User_talk: Mighty Mouse

Horses4Ever said:

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Welcome to wikiHow, Mighty Mouse!
Thank you for joining wikiHow, and I hope you will enjoy editing here. :) Since you are new, I want you to be comfortable and successful on wikiHow. To ask a question about wikiHow, you can leave me a message on my talk page, contact a member of the Help Team, or ask an administrator for help. You can also read my helpful welcome page, and refer to the links below. You can introduce yourself here. Don't be afraid about making any mistakes - everything on wikiHow is editable and fixable and the other authors here are friendly and helpful. Again, welcome, and I hope you enjoy building the world's largest free how-to manual.

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KnowItSome said:

Nice work around here tonight!

John Comeau said:

Hi, before I go back and revert the changes: I'd like to know why you thought it better to remove my link to Bidstrup's site, which gave a concrete example of what people can do to reduce their own carbon footprint, and changed the wording on my other link from something immediately useful to something obscure. If you're working for one of these companies selling "offsets" I understand, but otherwise it doesn't make sense. Thanks -- jc

John Comeau said:

My apologies, that was Jack who made those changes... I gotta learn how to read those history pages... just ignore me. Thanks -- jc

Rh said:

Sorry idin't describe very well, how did you know are you an EMT?

84.12.100.25 said:

Hello everyone, wanna be part of some kind of community, possible here? anyone here?

John Comeau said:

Hi, thanks for accepting my apology. I was referring to the article on "Buy a Carbon Offset". I had mistakenly thought you had deleted my links, then later realized it was Jack who had done it. I've since talked things out with Jack and added back the links. Thanks again -- jc
KnowItSome said:
You were saying?
Bo said:
Thanks for reverting spam.
Pastor Zack said:
Thanks for patrolling tonight.
KnowItSome said:
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Thanks for riding along on patrol today!
Heather said:
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Heather said:

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CHAMPION!

Congrats, Mighty Mouse, you have helped the Patrol Please project reach its goal, to get it at zero. You received this award because you did a lot of patrolling. As a big helper, you will get to go to one public IRC party on wikiHow, one just for the winners, this award, and something special.

We appreciate all your help!

Heather said:
No problem...you deserve it. ;)
Heather said:
Aww...thanks :)
24.148.50.80 said:
Nope =( I'm bored.
Horses4Ever said:
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Thank you for all your hard work patrolling.

Your work fighting spam and vandalism has been noticed.

Keep up the great work!

Pastor Zack said:
http://www.wikihow.com/User:Zack
As I am patrolling, I have noticed that you do excellent work. Thanks.
Proceed.
Dave Crosby said:
No problem. Thanks for your recent good works.
KnowItSome said:
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Have you voted in our contest yet?

Darth_Pipe said:
Hi, Melodie. Just wanted to let you know why I rolled back the changes to How to use Commas. After some discussion with Krystle (see the Comma discussion page), I changed any and everything that might be construed as copied from Warringer's Engligh Grammar and Composition, which I relied upon as a referrence. The changes weren't superfluous. Thanks for keeping an eye out! -- Darth_Pipe
Blabla96 said:
As I said to Jonathon E, Sorry. I forget that all the time. Thanks for reminding me.
Nicole Willson said:
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Thanks for bringing life into wikiHow...
Congratulations on Becoming a wikiHow Author Congratulations! You have made your first handful of edits on wikiHow and are now a co-author of our shared how-to manual. Of the millions of people who read wikiHow every month, very few overcome their initial fear of participation to make it this far. I, and the other volunteer editors here hope you will continue editing and help us fulfill our mission of building a complete, high quality, multilingual how-to manual. Again, congratulations on becoming a wikiHow author!

Bo said:
Good job patrolling!
Blabla96 said:

Hi. I removed some offensive comments off of your page that I caught patrolling. I'm sure you saw a few of them, but this one I just deleted, I missed the rollback button in patrol in case you wonder why I'm telling you this, Thanks,

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Tom Viren said:
There is a big difference between school policy and a violation of universal law. Violations of other organizations policies is not the responsibility of wikiHow. As long as it is no a violation of Law in most countries then it is not considered a violation of the wikiHow deletion policy. The seduction of a teacher is legally no different then any other person, unless it is specific to minors. This article clearly could by applied to a University or College environment where all parties are adults.
Nicole Willson said:

Done. Thanks :).

And thanks for all your great work here thus far. Have you considered adminship?

I think you might make a good admin at some point if you're interested. The next round of votes probably won't take place until the early fall, so you have some time.
KevAvatar said:
Is this the place to ask why you rolled back my addition to "Choose a Cell Phone Service"? It was my first contribution to WikiHow, but I've been a reader for months. The smackback without any explanation stinks--especially since my point regards a way by which cell phone providers tack on additional charges.
Heather said:
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Congrats Mighty Mouse,

You're a champion!! Thanks for helping us to get the number of unpatrolled edits Down 2 Zero!! You're receiving this award due to your major role in patrolling. Thank you for watching out for wikiHow!!

P.S. We had no time for a party. We'll let you know about the DOUBLE PARTY!! Hope you'll help out again on our next campaign to patrol! You were great!
Daniel H said:
Yes, I would like another picture. That was the best I could find.
Jonathan E. said:

It's probably a bit late, but...

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Thanks for riding along on patrol today!
Jonathan E. said:
Gosh, were you the only one patrolling for awhile? The only edits I'm seeing are yours! Nice job!
Fruit Boy said:
Hey! =) Kick back and make your userpage now. You've done a lot of edits!
Jonathan E. said:
Congratulations!
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You are ordained as a
Knight of the RC
for your tireless contributions!

Jonathan E. said:
Thanks! You really deserve it! Usually when I patrol, I have to go through hordes of "Mighty Mouse (Reverted edits by _______(talk); changed back to last version by _______)." Good job!
Jonathan E. said:
Funny how that works out =P Night to you too.
Bo said:
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I take pleasure in awarding Melodie R. the Achievement Award presented for advancing from newbie to dedicated contributor. You have displayed your ability, willingness, and sincere desire to help wikiHow grow and become a bigger and better site! You have shown through words, deeds and actions the true spirit of wikiHow.
Fruit Boy said:
Hey, mighty mouse! =) You've done a great deal of editing here! You may want to take a little break and make your userpage!
KnowItSome said:
Hey, Mighty: In view of complaints about your userpage being a bit on the empty side, I have found you a photo to get you started. Hope you like it.
Dave Crosby said:
Hi Mouse, dealt with.
Dave Crosby said:
Yes, that request if answered would intefere with my own plans for world domination. I have dealt with it.
D rae said:

I'd like to invite you to the...


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Our goal is to get all teenage subculture articles fixed to perfection and to help kids fit in with a certain group. It's a universal truth that teens want to fit in - as does everyone else. Many people are contributing to wikiHow through articles that teach how to fit into a specific "group" (e.g. Goth, Prep, Punk). While there is no need to expel such articles, we can always do more to improve their standards.



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Thanks!

Eric Wester said:
Thanks for your RC patrolling!
Dave Crosby said:
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Thanks for riding along on patrol today!

At 23:09, Aug 19, 2007

ElocinaNicole Willson said:

"Gee... I wonder what article I should enter into the Back to School Contest?"

Back to School Contest

All you need to do is write or improve an article
about a school-related topic.

If you have a few minutes, why not give it a try?

At 16:42, Aug 21, 2007

JackHerrickJack H said:

Awesome work on RC patrol. Please keep it up!

At 19:08, Sep 04, 2007

BennelliottBennelliott said:

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Reply to Bennelliott

At 00:58, Sep 14, 2007

Cal-D.Cal said:

Hello,

We need your support to launch the Gadgets Help Project.
We create and edit articles about how to
use and fix mp3, cell phones, PDA’s, computers and
other electronic gadgets.

Your support would be greatly appreciated.
Thank You

Reply to Cal

At 21:38, Sep 14, 2007

JackHerrickJack H said:

THanks for patrolling today!

At 21:38, Sep 14, 2007

JackHerrickJack H said:

Welcome back BTW. I don't think I've seen you around in a while. Nice to have you back!

At 21:39, Sep 14, 2007

D-raeD rae said:

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Thanks for your input on the Caramel article!






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At 23:37, Sep 14, 2007

MdotleyMD "Webster" Otley said:

Please see this forum thread Nicole nominated you for adminship, and nominees are requested to accept, either in the forum, or via e-mail to Jack.

At 04:17, Sep 15, 2007

Eric-WEric W said:

Hey, edits like this are actually okay and don't need to be deleted. Discussion pages are used for writing about the article. If you feel the content in not appropriate, then leave the content and add an {{ID}} tag. to the top of the discussion page. :)

At 06:05, Sep 15, 2007

ApropriateApropriate said:

ok

Reply to Apropriate

At 12:51, Sep 15, 2007

ApropriateApropriate said:

mm sure ou abviously think youve taught me something. Can just leave me alone plase as im serious about wikihow. Do not reply please.

Reply to Apropriate

At 13:12, Sep 15, 2007

ElocinaNicole Willson said:

I understand. I hope you keep patrolling since you do such an awesome job of it.

At 01:33, Sep 20, 2007

MaggiesbootsMaggiesboots said:

Well, Mighty Mouse. I would really appreciate it if you could tell me what abusive behavior I have been exibiting. Because, frankly, I don't think I've broken any rules. And if I have, then you guys are WAY too strict. This is a PEOPLE'S how-to manual, now for some "strange" reason, I come to the conclusion that PEOPLE should be allowed to post the articles of their choice. I can respect that you and the board of administrators are trying to keep wikihow.com a clean and sensible place. I can only imagine what kinds of articles there would be on here if there was NO set of guidlines and rules. But it only seems fair that there should be some leniency, in that we should be given a just reason for why our articles do not fit the quota.

I look forward to your reply. -Me

Reply to Maggiesboots

At 06:34, Sep 24, 2007

HowartheHowarthe said:

How to sort and store LEGO toys is a current featured article candidate. You have contributed to LEGO articles before, please help this article reach featured article status by improving it or sharing ideas on the discussion page. Thanks!

Reply to Howarthe

At 04:39, Nov 01, 2007

Urban-ninjaUrban ninja said:

Happy Halloween.^_^

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At 02:33, Nov 23, 2007

Urban-ninjaUrban ninja said:

Happy Thanksgiving.^_^

Reply to Urban ninja

At 02:56, Nov 23, 2007

SockpuppetSockpuppet said:

Thanks! IF the orginal article had said Jimmy Dean's, I wouldn't have argued, but this recipe can be made for half the cost of store bought, and take diet into consideration. Besides, I hate to see a good topic deleted on account of a bad article:)! Bob

Reply to Sockpuppet

At 03:56, Nov 23, 2007

AchromasiaAchromasia said:

Thanks! :)

Reply to Achromasia

At 04:02, Nov 23, 2007

JackHerrickJack H said:

Hey Mighty Mouse! So great to see you here. I hadn't seen you in a while. Thanks as always for your fantastic contributions here.

At 05:09, Nov 23, 2007

KnowItSomeKnowItSome said:

Wow, that is so cool. Who knew you were an American mouse? Happy Turkey Day to you as well!

At 00:27, Nov 28, 2007

JackHerrickJack H said:

wikiBeauty Award
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A salute for your
random acts of beauty.

Your contributions are appreciated.
Thanks for making wikiHow a special place to be.

For beautifully overhauling each article you touch. Your edits greatly improve each article you find. Thanks!

At 21:38, Dec 02, 2007

KmantissKmantiss said:

I was curious as to why my changes were rolled back. Did I do something incorrectly? Thanks.

Reply to Kmantiss

At 21:38, Dec 02, 2007

KmantissKmantiss said:

I was curious as to why my changes were rolled back. Did I do something incorrectly? Thanks.

Sorry if this ends up being posted twice. I meant to tell you it is in reference to the Natas spin article.

Reply to Kmantiss

At 01:28, Dec 03, 2007

HollistergirlHollistergirl said:

Have you heard about the song-writing contest in the forum? Go check it out!

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At 21:38, Dec 16, 2007

JackHerrickJack H said:

High Quality wikiHow Contributor
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For transforming every article touched into a work of beauty. Thanks for truly making wikiHow better. -- Jack H 21:38, 16 December 2007 (GMT)

At 22:07, Dec 16, 2007

JackHerrickJack H said:

I'm in awe actually. It is great to see how you improve each page.

BTW, I'm trying to send out holiday cards. If you email me your snail mail address, I'd like to send you one.

Thanks for all your edits to wikiHow.

At 05:38, Dec 17, 2007

KalsikumKalsikum said:

Good edits!
Well done and congrats!

Reply to Kalsikum

At 05:43, Dec 17, 2007

KalsikumKalsikum said:

However I think you need to clarify your Thai article you typed in something like

Hello... (a thai word)
Sawadeekrap... (a thai word again)

I know Hello and sawadeekrap means the same thing, but why are there two thai words? Do they have the same meaning?

Reply to Kalsikum

At 20:33, Dec 17, 2007

KrystleKrystle said:

Hey! You did an amazing job with the 1940s style article! Wow!

At 22:04, Dec 17, 2007

KrystleKrystle said:

Hey Melodie! I wasn't aware of the copyedit tag. I think someone put it up there solely in reference to the apostrophe issue. I don't remember apostrophe usage being country-specific; do you remember when this thread came up? I'm usually pretty good about keeping up with the forums but I might've missed this one. Anyway, I check out the apostrophe entry on Wikipedia and it says:

While British English formerly endorsed the use of such apostrophes after numbers and dates, this usage has now largely been superseded....For groups of years, the apostrophe at the end cannot be regarded as necessary, since there is no possibility of misreading. For this reason, most authorities prefer 1960s to 1960's...

Please share if you know otherwise. Also, the tag is in no way a comment on how much time you invested into the article. Here at wikiHow, no article is ever finished. There will always been people seeking to build upon and improve, and sometimes others can see room for improvement where the previous contributor didn't. That's a good thing, because it keeps articles improving over time. =)

At 22:26, Dec 17, 2007

JackHerrickJack H said:

Nice rewrite on 1940s fashion!

At 22:37, Dec 17, 2007

KrystleKrystle said:

I'm sorry, did I say that I believe Wikipedia has the answer to everything? I didn't mean to imply that. I was just sharing the knowledge I had immediate access to, and asked you if you could reciprocate with knowledge you had access to, with no presumption that Wikipedia's was any better or worse than yours.

Perhaps the contributor who added the tag did not happen to notice that you'd made a significant contribution to the article? It's not customary to check page history before adding a tag. I'm sorry if the tag made you feel like your significant contribution was any less significant. I don't believe that was the contributor's intention, but I prefer to assume good faith. =)

Finally, I'm sorry if I misinterpreted your concern. Removal of tags is something that those who are possessive of their contributions often do, so I may have misjudged your intentions based on past experience. If so, I apologize.

Let me know if there's anything I can do to help. My hope was to pay a compliment, and address your concern about the tag; I'm sorry if my attempt to help was misinterpreted negatively.

At 23:31, Dec 17, 2007

KalsikumKalsikum said:

Oh, I am so sorry as I wasn't aware that you were just formatting. It really looked like you've written all those Thai words. Nevertheless, I am still happy to see you making each article better and better!

Reply to Kalsikum

At 00:21, Dec 18, 2007

KrystleKrystle said:

Ah, are you referring to my brief conversation with Rob S. about the placement of the apostrophe? If so, please let me explain. I was asking Rob because he's written several articles about punctuation on wikiHow, and he's more familiar with wikiHow's historical punctuation standards than anyone I know. I also wanted to brush up on my own punctuation skills, so I turned to someone who I already knew was keen on punctuation usage. If I knew you were a stickler for punctuation, I would've asked you, but I wasn't aware. It was an innocent question about proper punctuation usage, and it was his idea and his choice to apply a tag - I didn't suggest it in any way. I was just curious. That being said, I'm sorry if you felt excluded; perhaps I should've left my inquiry on the discussion page, and let anyone answer who felt qualified to do so. That's certainly how I'll handle it next time. Thanks for understanding, and explaining your concerns. I really do appreciate it. =)

At 00:54, Dec 18, 2007

KrystleKrystle said:

P.S. - I've asked for some non-American-English-speaking contributors to chime in on the discussion page.

At 23:33, Jan 10, 2008

JackHerrickJack H said:

Just wanted to let you know I'm selecting your 40s fashion article for FA. It is great. Keep up the great work!

At 03:39, Sep 04, 2012

Icecake13Alyssa said:

Hey Melodie! How did you make so many contributions? I'm still on 29???

Reply to Alyssa

At 18:03, Apr 26, 2013

LemonlouiseLemonlouise said:

Hi Mighty Mouse!

My name is Louise and I am a social science student currently undertaking a study on the experience of active wikiHow users for my master's thesis.

I found your profile by looking at the recent edits on the homepage and I was wondering if you would be willing to fill in a short, anonymous questionaire?

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SP7KHKN

Many thanks,

Louise

p.s this is not spam :)

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