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Re: Appreciation Edit
No problem. Happy to help! =) Also, just so you know, we don't really allow you to move your user page to a new name. New user page names don't change your account name anyway, just the name of the page. - Brandon Rhea (talk) 16:07, December 17, 2009 (UTC)
Rise of Evil Edit
Noticed how a lot of quotes in your articles are from Hitler: The Rise of Evil. Nice twist. See if you recognise any quotes in Gregor Killist, one of mine. --Thenorthernman (Talk) 12:37, December 18, 2009 (UTC)
- In real Latin it means "thus always to tyrants," but in this user's fanon it means "death to tyrants." John Wilkes Booth shouted "sic semper tyrannis" right after he shot Abraham Lincoln. - Brandon Rhea (talk) 18:55, December 18, 2009 (UTC)
- Educate me in American history. I don't know all that much coming from Britain. --Thenorthernman (Talk) 14:44, December 19, 2009 (UTC)
Despite being British myself, I believe that Booth was a member of the losing side in the Civil War, so he assassinated Abraham Lincoln, the President, in a theatre. After shooting him, he shouted the words in this user's name. --Darth tom (Message me) (Contributions) 15:32, December 19, 2009 (UTC)
- Basically what Tom said. He was a Confederate sympathizer who was pissed off that the south lost the war. He didn't want slavery abolished and he hated the Lincoln administration and all it stood for, so he shot Lincoln. - Brandon Rhea (talk) 15:54, December 19, 2009 (UTC)
Whilst I'm sure it was in jest, being a ridiculous statement, some people might not construe "the Islamics being enslaved" as a joke. If you could keep that stuff down, it'd be appreciated. :)
Additionally, if I can throw my two cents in in addition to Bac's, your article's got potential but, were I you, I'd first remove all German references and references to Nazism. A tad of influence is fine, but otherwise it tends to infringe on it's potential. :) --Darth tom (Message me) (Contributions) 18:36, December 19, 2009 (UTC)