Don't call something an "outline" if you don't even put an outline in it. Do you not understand this, or do you just not care? - Todd VerBeek 16:35, 14 July 2006 (EDT)
I do care! Sorry i ment stub.
No you don't. If you cared, you wouldn't waste everyone's time creating these worthless stubs. - Todd VerBeek 16:38, 14 July 2006 (EDT)
"worthless"? i can't respond.
I go to the trouble and add the place you criticize me. i don't get it.
It doesn't help. A travel guide contains information, and these stubs don't contain any information. And at least half of the articles you create are so worthless - they're not even about actual places that people might visit - that we have to delete them. - Todd VerBeek 16:41, 14 July 2006 (EDT)
sorry iam a 16 year old with skitzoprenia.
I'm sure that can make things hard for you, and I'm sorry to hear it. But I know enough about schizophrenia to know that you do have control over what you do. Instead of picking names at random, look through existing articles and find the cities that are linked in red. Those are cities that someone already thinks we should have an article for (but we don't), which would avoid most of the arguments on Wikitravel:votes for deletion about whether your new articles are appropriate or not. Also, if you create a new article, please click on the blue "City" link at the top of the edit box; this will fill in an outline for you, so you can insert the name of the city and the state it's in. That would be a lot less disruptive than what you've been doing. - Todd VerBeek 17:19, 14 July 2006 (EDT)
So... I guess you've decided to ignore me, and continue creating useless blank articles at random instead of focusing on creating articles that people have asked for, with outlines? -Todd VerBeek 16:01, 16 July 2006 (EDT)
It's not just the outlines. You're creating articles we don't want or need. If you follow my suggestion from yesterday (look for red links on existing articles), you'll be creating pages that we do need. - Todd VerBeek 16:09, 16 July 2006 (EDT)
You can choose to be a jerk, or you can choose to help. I don't care if you're schizophrenic, bulimic, hypoglycemic, or automechanic. Your behavior is up to you. - Todd VerBeek 16:18, 16 July 2006 (EDT)
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