UNDER CONSTRUCTION--Grab a brick
"I was really wasting my time...."
"It was enormously fun at first...Please make Wikipedia not suck!"
"......because I was spending more time defending articles than improving them"
Dormancy can be a survival technique
If not you, who?
"We care about moral issues, nobility, decency, happiness, goodness—--the issues that matter in the real world, but which can only be addressed, in their purity, in fiction" Orson Scott Card
Vandalism...Graffitti...Zero Tolerance Policy...Community Policing
The best weapon against an enemy is another enemy ...Neitzsche
A taste of their own medicine...bang the bangers...vanqish the vandals...
The thing about knights was...they kept moving...they didnt look back. They had their sites on one goal, VANQUISH THE VANDALS BEFORE THEY VANQUISH US...kinda like the Lone Ranger and Tonto. Did you ever hear of The Masked Man going back into town and asking, "So, How's it going?". He didnt care. He was on to the next little burg that needed his help..."knights in shining armor", "Here they come to save the day"
Gated Communities. The rich safeguard their belongings, their treasures, their property within protective walls.
Don Quixote...maybe this will be my windmill? "Tilting at windmills"...or an Animal Farm fantasy?
Cast many lines. Bait many hooks. Chum the water. The fish are there. You need to find them. They are not looking for you.
A well-informed landscaper will plant many varied grass seeds in the same plot-each for different conditions. Some seeds lay dormant, waiting for their opportunity in the sun. Others thrive everywhere. No matter what conditions are, the lawn looks great. Dormancy can be a survival trait.
Hi I restored that page with full history to your userspace and I'll ask you to keep it there because up till now it doesn't really meet Meta's inclusion policy and if brought into Namespace, it will be deleted...--Cometstyles 02:09, 24 July 2008 (UTC)
- Hello, I think Cometstyles is right. This really does not belong to here. Regards, Yann 10:43, 24 July 2008 (UTC)