Hello! Welcome to Wikitravel. It has come to my attention that your username isn't appropriate for Wikitravel. I also deleted a couple of pages that you created with profanity on them. This alone would get your account blocked but you have also been an active editor so we've given you the benefit of the doubt. However, your recent edits to the Russia page have been questionable. Remember that the purpose of Wikitravel is to give up-to-date information and advice to travelers that are considering visiting the country. Please take into account what other editors are saying before you undo their changes.
Please send me a username option so I can change the one you currently have. Thank you. IBcash 15:29, 17 September 2012 (EDT)
- What you do not like the changes in the article about Russia? I, unlike my opponents, all discussed on the appropriate page. And is described in the article is modern and the real situation in the country, fixing things that are written by amateurs and ignorant, that never in this country were not.
- What I do not like the nickname? Do you know Russian? I thought that is the English section, and not Russian. And exactly which pages have been removed?
- And if you block one and all, would repeat the history of the Russian section of Wikitravel. Hardly you like. Хуй моржовый 01:06, 18 September 2012 (EDT)
- Hi! We definitely want information that is current and accurate on the pages. It just seems that your edits are heavily based on your political opinion. Please tell me if I'm wrong. I don't know Russian. I just used translation software and realized what your username means. While this is English Wikitravel, our readers and editors come from all around the world and having a username with profanity is inappropriate. The two pages that I removed only had one one phrase and, in both cases, it was inappropriate. I'm sure you remember these. What do you mean when you say that it would "repeat the history of the Russian section"? IBcash 12:50, 18 September 2012 (EDT)
- As long as you don't know Russian, how can you decide about the meaning? The nickname in question is an idiom. Its meaning is the "big and prominent person". When two words are put aside, they may sound weird indeed, but their combination is perfectly acceptable. I hope you agree that the word "cock" is a part of normal language, even though it may have bad implications in a certain context. 220.127.116.11 14:10, 18 September 2012 (EDT)
- Absolutely. The meaning of words often depends on the context, and in the case of my nickname. Хуй моржовый 14:19, 18 September 2012 (EDT)
- My changes are not of any political motive, except respect for the country that I am describing. Previous authors of article is clearly this not enough. Хуй моржовый 14:19, 18 September 2012 (EDT)