In article <email@example.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Let me make it clear; I have no anti-Indian bias, in fact, I listened > to Indian music on my playlist many times over the past few days > (Musafir, Gypsies of Rajasthan) and ate some pretty nice Indian food.
Yeah, the other day...while I was wandering around San Francisco (which should really be called the City...but I didn't think you or any uncultured folks would realize that), I felt a bit squeamish. Someone suggested Indian food. I said, "Indian food? You gotta be joking? Besides, I don't think my stomach could handle that right now."
So we went Japanese.
My point? I'm not anti-Indian either. In fact, one of my bestest friends is Indian. It's just...I wasn't up for it you know?
> I have had help from many reasonable editors whom I thank, but the > article is now having a problem with a few individuals with quite > pronounced Hindu-nationalist who remain in persistent refusal to base > their content on reliable sources as per Wikipedia policies and whose > version contains too many serious errors to accomodate. They keep > reverting the page. The more I try to reason with them, going to > excruciating lengths as evidenced by the talk page linked to below, the > more I become aware, from the evasive and ironic one-liners they reply > with, that they're not really interested in being reasoanble. >
It looks mainly like they're having problems with one editor, Csssclll, who has been misbehaving, using sockpuppets and such. That you? I really hope not, but I don't see why one of the other editors would plead on Usenet to stop him/her and others from stopping Csssclll; they seem to have it under control.