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Welcome[edit]

hi duncan, welcome to wikipedia.

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again, welcome! - clarkk 14:41, 4 May 2004 (UTC)


Dunks, see my comments on Talk:Young Talent Time. I don't object to a rewrite of that section of the article, but a discussion of that aspect of the show is warranted seeing that it has stuck in the mind of so many Australians (and, with the benefit of recent history, it does look very odd). Of course we should note that, as you've pointed out on your own site, that Young is a twice-married man with children who has never been accused of any sexual impropriety by anyone. --Robert Merkel 03:52, 18 May 2004 (UTC)

Spectrum[edit]

Your editing of spectrum prompts this tip: There is no need to write [[Australia|Australian]], since [[Australia]]n has the same effect (the whole word, not just the part between the brackets, appears in blue (or whatever color your browser is using) as a clickable link). Similarly with [[dog]]s and the like. Michael Hardy 20:49, 6 Sep 2004 (UTC)

Triple J[edit]

Nice to see another person working on that article. Is there anything more you'd be able to add? It's probably one of the closest Australian articles to becoming a featured article, so any contributions there would be much appreciated.

By the way, a bunch of us Australians have got together to try and eliminate some of the huge holes in Wikipedia's Australian coverage. If you're interested, it's at Wikipedia:Australian wikipedians' notice board. Ambi 02:32, 23 Sep 2004 (UTC)

You wrote Breaker Morant too? Woah. I'll give that a bit of a copyedit when I get back, but that's pretty close to being featured-worthy already. The only problem I can see is that it does take the point of view that he was indeed a hero. For neutrality's sake, it'd be good to have some opposing views. It'd be nice to be able to get a public domain picture of him - which shouldn't be too hard considering he died in 1902. Ambi 03:55, 23 Sep 2004 (UTC)
I've got no particular opinions about the guy, and haven't studied it much, but it's generally a good idea if an article reflects all views, rather than taking a particular slant. You may well be right, but the Wikipedia:Neutral point of view policy requires that little bit of neutrality. But like I said, it's a fantastic start, and really isn't far off being featured, I think, with a little bit more work. Ambi 04:32, 23 Sep 2004 (UTC)

I noticed you made a (sp?) comment next to Andy Nehle. I am sure I saw an Andy Nehl in the crew credits on The Chaser Decides last night (Thursday). Not knowing much about him(them?), I don't know if it would be the same person. (slightly unrelated, Richard Fidler was a DAAS guy, and there is a Richard Fidler as head of comedy at the ABC.. now that HAS to be the same person!) -- Chuq 01:59, 24 Sep 2004 (UTC)

Changing attribution for an edit[edit]

Hi Dunks, I noticed you made some anonymous updates under your IP address earlier... just thought you might like to know you can have these attributed to your user account... see Wikipedia:Changing attribution for an edit -- Chuq 07:00, 23 Sep 2004 (UTC)

Breaker Morant[edit]

Might I just say: this is the finest piece of writing I have read yet on Wikipedia! If we can wikify it properly, have a few of my clarifications answered (see talk), find some appropriate photos and place it on peer review for a while to gather comments, then I reckon this could be a featured article!!! superb work, an interesting read and IMHO very well balanced. Please keep up the good work! - Ta bu shi da yu 13:44, 23 Sep 2004 (UTC)

Hey, we keep losing information from this article! see http://en.wikipedia.org/w/wiki.phtml?title=Breaker_Morant&diff=6112912&oldid=6111202 - Ta bu shi da yu 03:00, 24 Sep 2004 (UTC)
The same thing just happened again - I fixed the mass erasing of content, but I accidentally wiped out a couple of your edits in the process, I'm sorry. Ambi 00:30, 28 Sep 2004 (UTC)
hi dunks58, careful with your editing, it looks like you wiped out a huge chunk of your article Breaker Morant again on 28th of Jan 2005 (see http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Breaker_Morant&diff=9753902&oldid=9752699). i realise that you refactored the court martial material to court martial of Breaker Morant (i moved the page), but it appears that you also inadvertantly (i presume) also deleted all the material after that section, including the reference section! i have since readded it back (and preserved the edits after that date too). does your browser have a bug or something? i suggest regularly using the "diff" tool after you make your edits to make sure you are changing what you really think you are changing! cheers clarkk 10:41, 24 Feb 2005 (UTC)

SMiLE[edit]

Hi Dunks, Thanks for your contributions to the Smile article. A few style pointers:

  • Song titles should be enclosed in "Double Quotation Marks"
  • Album titles should be Italicized, Not in Boldface

Thanks! And your handle sounds familiar. Do I recognize you from Chalkhills? --Lukobe 19:11, Oct 25, 2004 (UTC)

Article Licensing[edit]

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Barry Humphries[edit]

I just wanted to say that I loved your work on the Barry Humphries article. - Ianbrown 14:12, 6 Feb 2005 (UTC)

James Branch Cabell[edit]

Significant portions of the text are copied from this page. The article is now listed on Wikipedia:Copyright problems. Your help would be appreciated in rewriting the article. Thanks, Alphax τεχ 06:19, 15 May 2005 (UTC)

Aliens (1986 movie)[edit]

If you see this movie, ypu will discover some incongruousnesses. And I would like you explain me them:

  1. The Colony people did not discover The Derelict in many years living on LV-426. And this moon were not as big.
  2. Why did this people explore the terrain to discover The Derelict? They might find it by tracking the Alien transmission that were permanent and continous.
  3. Why did The Derelict look like a ruin when in the first film were in one piece?
  4. Why the LV-426 is called planet instead of moon?

By the other had, I have other doubt: Did Aliens movie create the concept of Weyland Yutani and Bishop?

200.92.231.119 12:11, 19 Jun 2005 (UTC)

The Masters Apprentices[edit]

Excellent work on The Masters Apprentices article. My father loved the band, so I grew up listening to his recordings of it. I learnt a lot about the history of the band from the article, and the context in which the songs were written: I can just imagine Turn Up Your Radio being recorded during a boozy late-night session; I should have guessed that earlier. It's a classic though. Graham 10:58, 28 September 2005 (UTC)

It reads very well with text-to-speech software. The most important things are to not use terms that are too obscure (so the words will always be pronounced correctly), and to not make typing mistakes, as these alter the stress of the words (especially in newer text-to-speech technology). You can find some samples of the synthesizer I use, eloquence, but I listen to the speech at very high speeds and at a higher pitch than the samples, to make working on the computer as efficient as possible. Graham 11:37, 28 September 2005 (UTC)

Dunks, I'd like to suggest you heavily reduce the Master's article and refer readers to Milesago for further info. I reckon the current article is too long and has too much trivia for an encyclopedia article. cheers Design 03:42, 4 July 2006 (UTC)

Hello again Dunks, I haven't heard from you regarding my above comments on The Masters Apprentices, I would say the same for Dinah Lee. I guess maybe you have been cut & pasting many of your Milesago pages into Wikipedia. I still reckon you should cut them down for Wikipedia (too much non-encylopedic detail) and provide a link to Milesago. Hey, I love Milesago, but think for Wikipedia the articles should be more "readable". cheers --Design 02:16, 3 August 2006 (UTC)

ABC[edit]

I think it is preferable to exclude allegations of political bias by governments in the history section; for that purpose, I'm creating a 'Relations between the ABC and the Australian government', where the issue will probably raise less concern among contributors who are keen to criticise what they see as 'left-wing bias' in the article. Tony 15:10, 1 October 2005 (UTC)

Wolof loan words[edit]

Hey Dunks,

I just saw your section on Wolof loan words. Nice stuff! I wanted to warn you, though, that I've moved them to Wolof language as perhaps a more appropriate heading. I was also wondering if would be possible for you provide some references--this list makes sense, but I've seen a lot of explanations of the history of the word "jazz," for example, so some refs would help us pin it all down. Thanks much! --Dvyost 13:50, 7 October 2005 (UTC)

Calwell[edit]

I have reverted the "two Wongs don't make a white" story from the Calwell article, as I have done several times before. The "white" in the joke was not a reference to "white" people but to Tom White, a Liberal MP with whom Calwell was debating in the House. I also think it is incorrect to call Calwell a racist, despite his defence of White Australia a decade after other politicians had stopped doing so. Although he opposed Asian immigration he did not hold racist views about Asians. Adam 05:10, 8 October 2005 (UTC)

Newtown[edit]

Hi, I just had a look at the Newtown article, I was amongst its first contributors. I must say, you know a lot about that suburb! What you've written eclipses my poor efforts! Arno 07:39, 11 October 2005 (UTC)

Janis Joplin[edit]

I had to go back and see who was responsible for the terrible bit of misinformation in Janis Joplin. I assumed it was someone young and unfamiliar with the history of rock 'n' roll. 1958, huh? Nope. You're definitely old enough to know better. Shame on you! (No response expected -- but if you haven't already, go back and read the changes to your verbiage about Joplin being an innovator, 'cause you definitely need educating.) Your erroneous text is precisely the kind of thing black people talk about when we speak of cultural appropriation. Downright disgusting. deeceevoice 22:02, 6 November 2005 (UTC)

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Monterey Pop Festival[edit]

Hi, I removed the text you added to the Monterey Festival article, since it was taken froom the Milesago site...but then I realized you probably wrote it on Milesago too. Did you? If so, I think it might still be a problem, since there is a copyright notice on the Milesago page, which doesn't match the GFDL that Wikipedia uses. Adam Bishop 16:24, 16 January 2006 (UTC)

Well, it's your copyright on Milesago, but not here - if you add it here, it's no longer "yours", and other people can change it or even copy it to another site and make a profit off of it. If you don't care about that, I suppose it's fine. Adam Bishop 16:40, 16 January 2006 (UTC)

Brunel[edit]

Hiya, noticed you've done a bit on Isambard Kingdom Brunel, it's submitted for Peer Review now, [1] aiming to get it Featured! Comments appreciated, cheers. --PopUpPirate 00:44, 18 February 2006 (UTC)

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Regent Theatre move[edit]

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Garry McDonald[edit]

I have made a couple of disambiguation edits to Garry McDonald, an article you made significant additions to some months ago. Would you very kindly check what I've done, please? (I live near a different Cranbrook School, in England) CarolGray 09:54, 21 May 2006 (UTC)

Derek & The Dominos[edit]

I've been extensively working on the Derek and the Dominos page and have been able to get most of info I need to write it but I'm having difficulty with where the group got there name, from a source I have it says it was originally "Derek and the Dynamics" but from the wikipedia articles of Eric Clapton, Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs and what I had copied over from the Eric Clapton article into Derek and the Dominos it was "Eric and the Dynamos." I tracked down who first wrote in the information of "Eric and the Dynamos" and found out it to be you who put it on the Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs page here way back in April of 2005. I know that its been a very long time but do remember how and where you learned that info so I can know if your version is correct or not. Was it from a book you can look at again or something you had heard over the years? Your answer would help to an extreme extent because this question has been driving me crazy. Thanks, Patman2648 07:31, 8 August 2006 (UTC)

Novelty and fad dances[edit]

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Hi[edit]

I have no idea why I ended up at your user page - but you spelt margaret roadknights name wrong ( I once walked across an airport tarmac with her and had a conversation with her about none other than ellen mcillwain - small world) you should at least start an article about her (margaret that is) - wikipedia is infested with rude little 15 year olds - we need gems from you mate! cheers! btw I used to live in albermarle street in the very deep dark past (73) - rushed through last winter in a taxi with a lebanese taxi driver - its changed since the 70's for sure! SatuSuro

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Mighty Boosh[edit]

I saw you have done a lot of work at The Mighty Boosh; I thought I'd see if you were interested in editing a wiki about the show at http://mightyboosh.wikia.com/ -- it was created about a month ago and mostly abandoned, and could use some loving attention. :) Thanks, — Catherine\talk 20:23, 30 April 2007 (UTC)

Johnny O'Keefe[edit]

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Balmain Literature[edit]

Just letting you know that I've edited your contribution to Balmain. I've explained my edit on the talk page, but I thought I'd thank you for the contribution (in case you got the wrong idea about my edit), and suggest that you might want to look at expanding it so we can warrant a section for it. It would be a lot more helpful if you could provide references, too. (The only one's I could find the shows you discussed were pretty bad, and desparately need improvement). Cheers, Mark Chovain 07:58, 11 May 2007 (UTC)

Robert Whitaker (photographer)[edit]

Hello Duncan, I see that this article is largely based on your Milesago.com article. I also see that in a similar case, Stewie Speer, you gave permission to use the content and this was verified by the Wikimedia:Communication committee. Was that permission limited to the individual article or did it apply to all the articles from your website? --GentlemanGhost 01:50, 12 May 2007 (UTC)

Hi, Dunks. Thanks for the clarification. At first I had thought that someone was ripping you off by transcribing the Whitaker article here. But, I eventually figured out that you were putting your own work on Wikipedia, which put me more at ease. However, there seems to have been some miscommunication somewhere along the way. In my research, I contacted the admin, User:Shell Kinney, who put up the note saying that you had OK'd the use of the Stewie Speer info. As per ShellKinney, OTRS never got the confirmation email from milesago.com saying that it was OK to use the information that you had transcribed here. So, technically, I think we're still in a copyvio situation for both articles. You might want to send another email to OTRS. As as side note, I am sorry to hear about the (unrelated) plagiarism. If you sue the book's "author", I hope you get a lot of money. Anyway, thanks for all your hard work! --GentlemanGhost 01:30, 2 June 2007 (UTC)

Newtown[edit]

I am totally mystified why no one has challenged you (in good faith of course) the size and level of lack of citations on the article - plodding away there with millions of edits... Are you immune - or is there really a very good reason for an article that size ? (I used to live in Albermarle Street a very very very long time ago) cheers SatuSuro 04:09, 25 May 2007 (UTC)

Fair enough - the problem is we have had articles about single localities in various Australian cities of this size - and there are heaps more that are stub level - I suppose my style of editing is a lot more erratic to try to get project wide issues covered rather than single articles - its just my style perhaps - I'd be concerned about the mysterious darlington, eveliegh, forest lodge and so on.. or for that matter rose bay and darlinghurst - surry hills even. Yeah I was resident of various student dives in newtown and camperdown in the 73 to 74 era (have some photos - some B&w - must find) before fleeeing to vaucluse :) in 75... hmmm. If the cites keep coming - fine - otherwise I would be saying all the names of the sydney inner suburbs like what about... and so on. It looks good - not criticising that - just worried about what you might not get to in forest lodge or glebe and so on... SatuSuro 04:25, 25 May 2007 (UTC)

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Frederick Claude Krahe or Fred Krahe (6 November 1919 - 6 December 1981, Sydney, NSW) was a NSW police officer and detective.

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G'Day, Dunks[edit]

I've just had a fiddle with the Martin Luther King mural.

Do you think we ought to include some of the non-pictorial but often funny graffiti? Like that of the 1980s on the south-facing sandstone wall of Camperdown Cemetery that said "Is Frazer controlling your bowels?" to which someone had added "Shit yes!" And "May I stroke your thighs while you eat?" which one of the regular congregation at St Stephen's found so very disturbing that she had to approach the church by a different route in order to keep her mind on the liturgy. Just off King St, but I can't remember whether it was in Church St, or further towards the city, there was a sign in the '80s and early '90s that said "Ruby, I am leaving you for another woman." As it faded, someone altered it to read "Ruby, what about me little mate?" (in reference to Lionel Murphy). One of my favourites was in Erko in about 1996 where some poor bloke wrote something like, "Yes Sophie, I'm a stupid useless fuckwit but I love you."

Down in a lane off lower Station Street there's "Priority No. 1- Newtown Beach."

--Amandajm 09:04, 17 August 2007 (UTC)

out-along down-along Newtown and all[edit]

Unfortunately I'm no longer located in Newtown, or I would get my camera out.

I've also done some work on the Newtown article, trying to indicate what it was/is that made that suburb unique. I'm afraid that some of it would be difficult to reference. We need written memoirs that have been published.

Also, anything published by Megan Hicks, including her great photos would be an asset. [2] Megan systematically recorded pavement graffiti, including for example, the hands that walked right down King Street.


I've got a few really good Newtown photos, in particular St Stephen's and the Cemetery, and a great one of Newtown Festival which I will rescan, larger format for the Newtown site.

--Amandajm 04:43, 20 August 2007 (UTC)

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Bagpipes[edit]

I see you have a self-proclaimed loathing for bagpipes. Have you ever listened to Macedonian bagpipe music? It uses a similar instrument to the Scottish one, but there is a definite Middle Eastern lilt to the music which sets it quite apart from any bagpipe music you may have heard.

Just in case you're interested.

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FYI[edit]

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Sunny von Bülow[edit]

I was just curious as to whether you were going to write articles on George Crawford and Columbia Gas & Electric Company? If none are currently planned, I'm wondering why we need them redlinked in the article. Neither seems high-profile enough to expect an article in the near future. Wildhartlivie (talk) 12:58, 10 December 2008 (UTC)

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Crystal Voyager[edit]

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Heads up[edit]

I've name-dropped you at this discussion. I remember our discussion a long, long time ago about the Masters Apprentices which is why I mentioned that article specifically. Graham87 03:44, 30 June 2009 (UTC)

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Sunshine pop[edit]

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If I knew how to insert sound files, this is where I would put that groaning noise that Kif makes whenever Zapp Brannigan makes an annoying remark. I would have thought that the courteous thing to do would have been to insert a "citation needed" tag and alert me to the fact rather than simply deleting the text? Never mind - I will find the appropriate reference and restore the text as soon as I get a chance. I appreciate your interest and feedback. - Dunks (talk) 23:39, 14 December 2009 (UTC)
See WP:CMF. If I had the audio file, I would have put it here :) First let me say please don't take my actions and remarks to mean that your contributions are not well done or not appreciated. If you had only added one fact, I would have put the "citation needed" tag; but you added enough text that about five facts would have needed citations. When you add text, it is really your responsibility to cite at the time you add the text; not just when someone notes the lack of citations or removes the text due to lack of citations. If I had a dollar for every occurence of "citation needed" over a year old, I'd have a lot of dollars. The text you added/modified was well written but came across as original research. If I interpret your reference to Kif's reaction correctly, you may think you are on expert on the topic (which you may very well be) and you get frustrated when idiots like me question your additions. However, citing reliable sources is a key element of one of the five pillars of Wikipedia. Perhaps you have made many edits in the past without citing sources. I reverted this particular edit (out of the millions of edits adding uncited facts in Wikipedia) simply because Sunshine pop is one of the pages I watch and you added a significant set of (uncited) factual statements. Nothing personal. I sincerely hope you are able to find reliable sources to cite and I will try to take the time the look for some myself, as Sunshine pop is one of my favorite music genres. Thanks again, hulmem (talk) 04:21, 15 December 2009 (UTC)
No problem -- I just hadn't had a chance to get back to it to add the citations -- it was very late at night when I did it and I was bouncing back and forth from this and several other articles while I was editing the Warner Bros Records piece that I'm working on; it got late, I had to go to bed and I forgot to go back and add citations, sorry. I *would* appreciate getting some feedback on the Warner Bros article if you have a chance (it's getting a bit long I'm afraid), just please be aware that I'm still editing it, and for personal reasons I don't have long periods to spend on it -- I have to work in fits and start between several locations, so some stuff has been added from memory and I have to add citations later when I have access to the references. Not ideal, but the best I can manage at present, sorry. Anyway I do appreciate the feedback, thanks. All the best, Dunks (talk) 05:00, 15 December 2009 (UTC)

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Re: New Line Cinema[edit]

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Dusty Springfield GA Review[edit]

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The Dusty Springfield article has not met GA criteria and has been failed. I really wanted to take this all the way to GA status, but it is taking too long, and I have to move on now. There are still sourcing issues to be dealt with, and coverage of Springfield's life and career needs more attention. SilkTork *YES! 13:46, 28 September 2010 (UTC)

Pallophotophone[edit]

Dunks, thanks for adding the article on the pallophotophone. I was wondering if I could help edit by expanding on what you have. I work at GE Global Research with Russ DeMuth, the engineer that "reinvented" the pallophotophone. I would like to add some links to additional articles on the pallophotophone and add an image of Russ with the machine. Would that be okay? Thanks!

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I'm new to Wikipedia editing and wanted to see if you'd be able to take a look at the edits I do after making them to get your input and see that I am doing it correctly. I highly respect the work that is done on Wikipedia and I am looking forward to contributing but I want to be sure I am doing it correctly.

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As a trusted editor on WP, you're invited to look at the discussion at Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/James Cagney, Jr. and comment. Thank you. Monkeyzpop (talk) 21:10, 25 August 2010 (UTC)

The Loved Ones[edit]

Am just going through a major revision on The Loved Ones article, which is particularly relevant given the recent announcement about their induction into the ARIA Hall of Fame. In doing some research there are a few questions I have relating to the Milesago article on the band. In that article it states that the first single from the band was "Everlovin' Man" on the Astor Record label in early 1966, however when I've checked the details of the Astor single (such as Milesago and a 45 Discography for Astor Records) they all come up with it being released in 1975. I have also checked a number of interviews with band members and they all seem to recall that the first recording sessions resulted in their debut single being "The Loved One". Can you let me know where you came up with the information that "Everlovin' Man" was the first single as I would like to make sure the inforation on Wikipedia is as accurate as possible. Secondly in the Milesago article on the band it states that Anderson was a member of The Wild Cherries however the Milesago article on The Wild Cherries doesn't list Anderson as a member. Again the interviews with the band members seem to indicate that Terry Knott was the band's initial drummer but that he was replaced by Anderson before they made their first recordings, with Anderson 'found' by Ian Clyne. Was hoping you could help me out and clarify the band's history. Dan arndt (talk) 05:35, 28 September 2010 (UTC)

Dunks, thanks for your work here. Could you have a quick check at the infobox photo caption: did I match up the names? I was using the colour photo from Magic Box' front cover as a guide and may have mixed up the guys.shaidar cuebiyar (talk) 20:08, 29 September 2010 (UTC)
- Yep, they look fine! Dunks (talk) 11:01, 30 September 2010 (UTC)
Thanks for providing the clarification in relation to the band's releases - just wanted to make sure everything was as accurate as possible. Dan arndt (talk) 03:19, 30 September 2010 (UTC)
- My pleasure Dan - glad to be of service to such a great band. Dunks (talk) 11:01, 30 September 2010 (UTC)

Gerry's birth date[edit]

Article currently has 19 July 1944, first added as 19/7/44 back on 16 March 2006. (see history). However your entry at Milesago for his obituary has 1943; but he's 15 in 1957 when the family travels to Australia so that makes it 1941 or 1942. Patrick Donovan at The Age obituary says he was 63 when he died – so born in 1942. The above entry at article history by Eric A. Warbuton seems very accurate and gives birth dates for most members but I haven't found a source for these dates.shaidar cuebiyar (talk) 21:42, 5 October 2010 (UTC) Tweak Eric's name.shaidar cuebiyar (talk) 02:35, 6 October 2010 (UTC)

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Robert Whitaker[edit]

Hello. It's been four and a half years since you created a fascinating if idiosyncratic article on Robert Whitaker. A great amount of it is taken up by discussion of one photograph. This photograph does seem to be mostly Whitaker's doing (though I'd like to read of another party concurring that it was Whitaker's idea), but the brouhaha over it is pretty much irrelevant to Whitaker. I think that most of this material would be better hived off to a separate article: "A Somnambulant Adventure", "Yesterday and Today original cover photograph", "The Beatles butcher cover" or whatever. What do you think?

Please reply either here or at Talk:Robert Whitaker (photographer). Thanks. -- Hoary (talk) 07:07, 23 October 2010 (UTC)

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Segwick and Dylan[edit]

Hi Dunks58, thanks for your addition to "Like a Rolling Stone" article. I've edited your material and eliminated Jonathan Sedgwick's claim for reasons I've spelt out here [4]. Please comment if you disagree. Best Mick gold (talk) 10:43, 10 January 2011 (UTC)

A request...[edit]

I´m interesting on using one of your photographs: The Brunel Shield Photo. I´m writing a book about tunelling surveying. Can i use your photo and I add to the credits/bibliography/acknowlegments? Thank you for all!

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Hi Dunks; we need to stop this reverting (from both sides) and work out out a paragraph on talk. Nobody is questioning the substance of your edits, more their length and framing; this is a very broad issue, hardly specific to the Met. So it doesn't seem like I'm canvassing, take this as an olive branch (with mixed feelings I'm inclined towards your POV), and will be asking others to comment and work through an agreed wording *on the talk*. Ceoil (talk) 12:10, 21 February 2016 (UTC)

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The Mordant Ian Bannerman[edit]

Hi Dunks58,

This edit;

https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Deadly_Earnest&diff=prev&oldid=711184316

Did you mean anything other than dry or biting in his mordant wit? MartinSFSA (talk) 15:37, 19 August 2016 (UTC)

Please get back to me, when you see this Dunks58 MartinSFSA (talk) 14:13, 30 August 2016 (UTC)
Dunks58, badly want to discuss this with you. "Mordant" is a common misspelling ... of Bannerman's dad's name! Did you know that or was it coincidence? MartinSFSA (talk) 00:23, 12 September 2016 (UTC)
Still want to discuss this! 12:03, 27 November 2016 (UTC)
Still here, Dunks58. MartinSFSA (talk) 00:50, 5 January 2017 (UTC)
Still eager to discuss it, Dunks58. MartinSFSA (talk) 01:49, 13 June 2019 (UTC)

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