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- Ro, I don't mean to dash your efforts, but I'm not so sure that having a date/year/subject category is appropriate for Citizendium. This is one of the menacing problems that Wikipedia has, and also has lead to many, MANY disputes-- specifically about what category a particular subject belongs to.
- I can understand creating the categories for the sake of adding content, but I don't think it really has any relevancy in the long term and keeping them straightened is an organizational nightmare . --Robert W King 15:13, 27 December 2007 (CST)
There is some kind of misunderstanding here. I haven't been trying to create any sort of category, wouldn't know how, & certainly not a date/year/subject category. Sorry, in the dark here - Ro Thorpe 15:48, 27 December 2007 (CST)
- Now that I saw, yeah, I'm confused too. I am clearly losing face here. I defer to Aleta? --Robert W King 16:32, 27 December 2007 (CST)
- Wha? Who? Why ask me??? I checked the history again, it looks like Ro meant to import an external link from WP and inadvertently brought over some cats we don't have. No sweat, I took 'em out. Aleta Curry 17:06, 27 December 2007 (CST)
Well, anyway, I appreciate that Ro is trying to contribute, a small glitch in content focus is all. Besides that, I would not have even taken a look at the guy until this article popped up. Went over to the ARC archives, Wow! Glad I saw this article. Thanks for putting it here Aleta. --Thomas Simmons 01:29, 28 December 2007 (CST)
- Ah, I see now, & understand Aleta's bewilderment. Apologies, I must have been sleep-puting - Ro Thorpe 07:41, 28 December 2007 (CST)
- Maud Earl was Maud-lin? Cle-ver :) Not familiar with her work. Is there an archive of her work to view?
"Arthur" the dog
I saw the cutest thing on a rerun of The Antiques Roadshow. A charmingly ingenuous woman had a painting of a wire-haired Fox Terrrier (she said 'dog') she called 'Arthur', because someone had scrawled 'Arthur Wardle' in the bottom corner.
You could have knocked her over with a feather when the expert advised her to get 'Arthur' insured for several thousand pounds!
Aleta Curry 17:08, 8 June 2008 (CDT)