Tony Sidaway wrote:
JAY JG wrote:
No, the rules are set up so that admins can only
be sanctioned for
doing things against policy; new users often seem to think
"disagreeing with me" or "not putting up with my POV edits" is
Unless "Wikipedia would more or less stop running without" that editor.
any policy violations are OK.
Looking at RickK's response to that RfC, he seems to provide a very good
explanation of his actions and they seems to be have been well within
policy. In particular, I find the argument that the second incarnation of
Falling Up (band) was significantly different from the first, somewhat
questionable to say the least.
You seriously read the following and determined they were substantially
'''Falling Up''' is a christian rock band.
Falling Up is a Christian band consisting of Thomas Charles Cox
(guitar), Joseph A. Kisselburgh (guitar), Mike, Josh Shroy (drums),
Jessy Ribordy (vocals) and Jeremy Miller (bass guitar). They were named
after the first song they wrote, which refers to how imperfect people
are, but how sufficient the grace of God is to compensate for that
imperfection. In harmony with their name, their music is heavy on themes
about grace. They debuted in February 24, 2004 with an 11-song album
titled "Crashings." Aaron Sprinkle (who also produced Kutless and
Anberlin) produced this album, which combines rock, metal, strings and
R+B. The music is similar to Kutless', and the members of the two bands
were childhood friends in their hometown of Albany, Oregon. It was the
members of Kutless who passed Falling Up's demo album on to BEC
Recordings owner, Brandon Ebel which lead to Falling Up signing on to
BEC alongside Kutless in the summer of 2003.
* Crashings (2004)
o 1. Bittersweet
o 2. Symmetry
o 3. Broken Heart
o 4. Escalates
o 5. New Hope Generation
o 6. The Gathering
o 7. Jacksonfive
o 8. Divinity
o 9. Places
o 10. Falling in Love
o 11. Ambience
o 12. Arafax Deep
Official band site]
What the fuck are you smoking?