Le Fri, 25 Jul 2003 09:47:08 -0600, Fred Bauder
Well, you've got to bring it to a head. Pick
something of his and edit
And fight it out. Otherwise you're letting him
establish a custom and
practice that in the long run is unacceptable. Basically he is what we
used to call "taking position" on you. More or less in the manner of
You really should not try to judge people without knowing what they have to
Let him worry about the anchors...just bull ahead...
That you are in essence poking what seems to be a skunk, albeit a pretty
French one, will tell you the sacrifices you must bear...
Bravo. That's a kind of incisive judgement I find rather displaced: when
one only knows what another one tells about someone (did you ever think
Anthere could be wrong?) and takes it for granted whithout even verifiying
The alternative is to permit him ownership of the
article, an option not
permitted by current Wikipedia policy (although I don't happen to be in
agreement with it).
I've *never* asked this. And whoever can modify the pages I wrote.