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Is the part under "stay safe" mentioning police relations with
minorites really necessary? It's not like police go around shooting African-Americans for kicks. |+|
Is the part under "stay safe" mentioning police relations with really necessary? It's not like police go around shooting African-Americans for kicks.
Revision as of 21:11, 2 April 2006
So, I moved this from Twin Cities (Minnesota), because I thought Twin Cities was unambiguous. If someone
can think of another Twin Cities, we can add back in the disambiguator. We don't need it if it's
not ambiguous; see article naming conventions for details.
Also: I'm wondering about the relationship between this article and Minneapolis and St. Paul. In
my mind, I think that Twin Cities should just be the city article for both, and we don't need articles
for each city. The two are so intertwined that I don't see a point having an article for each. Alternately,
we could have an article for each, and reduce Twin Cities to just a region article page. Ideas? -- Evan 10:01, 8 Nov 2003 (PST)
- Yeah, I was at a bit of a loss for how to handle the Twin Cities. The idea I had come up with was to do the Twin Cities focused a bit more on the suburbs, with just a few highlights from Minneapolis and Saint Paul. As for the name thing, I managed to convince myself that there had to be another Twin Cities somewhere without actually bothering to check. -- Ckape 11:52, 8 Nov 2003 (PST)
- Shouldn't the "Eat"s be moved to their respective cities? Jonboy 16:43, 18 Jan 2006 (EST)
- So I'm going to rearrange things so that stuff from Minneapolis and St. Paul goes on the respective city page, and suburban stuff is here. Jonboy 12:58, 26 Jan 2006 (EST)
Is the part under "stay safe" mentioning police relations with minorities really necessary? It's not like police go around shooting African-Americans for kicks.