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Michael Badnarik quote
You seem to assert that a quote suggested for August 1 did not originate with Michael Badnarik, which is fairly well evidenced, but you have numerically ranked it high, with a 4, which in our system is a mark of the highest favor, and the lowest is 0, which indicates that the suggestion is entirely inappropriate as a Quote of the Day. ~ Kalki 19:27, 1 June 2009 (UTC)
Kalki, I use Wikiquote as a source reference. I don't see why there is this quote-of-the-day system attached to it (one of 69562.8 QOTD systems). I have no opinion at all on the ranking of the quote on insanity for August first, and I thought the leading numbers were there to indicate which comment came first. I wound up on that page while searching for the source of the quote, and it seems the query I used wasn't exactly what I remember, so I can't even return to the page to see what horrible ravages you did. Thanks for the correction anyhow. --PhR 22:31, 1 June 2009 (UTC)
- I provided a link above to the August 1 page, and do so again now; you could strike-through or remove your comments, or actually vote, though you don't seem to have any interest in that. I simply moved what I took to be a vote into the proper sequence, and revised my own vote in light of further evidence than my own impressions and memories. ~ Kalki 23:46, 1 June 2009 (UTC)