Will...its about time that you made your page. =P —KarlaFung
2006-10-25 19:58:20 Hey will, it's me, Adam. How the hell have you been? —AdamFlowers
2008-12-22 18:42:36 Did you ever get anywhere with blue? —JasonAller
2010-01-21 10:44:30 Will, right now you are my favorite editor so far in 2010 (and there have been a few really good ones). Best... editor... of... the decade! Those new entries are golden. —JabberWokky
2010-01-21 21:51:43 I love all the DHS hall of famer pages. Lots of fun reading through them! —TomGarberson
2010-01-28 02:13:48 Material from the Enterprise is generally copyrighted and thus can't be posted here without permission (and without noting that it's copyrighted material). I like the pages you've been creating, but I'd be more careful — you need to rewrite the material and, if possible, note the source (for the longer things, like the enterprise obituary sources). I've gone through and noted the pages that I saw as mostly copy/paste jobs. —PhilipNeustrom
2013-01-23 15:09:30 Re: your addition of the Enterprise op-ed to the Measure I page: What Philip said above. —CovertProfessor
2013-01-28 21:21:50 Fish and game recommends you not even eat some fish out of the sac river, and limit consumption of certain species to 3 servings max a week (for the average adult male) due to mercury / PCBS . The migratory fish even get limited in servings...
And yet it's as clean as the water that filters thru 1000+ feet to get into the aquifer?
here is a chart for the visual learners: http://oehha.ca.gov/fish/so_cal/srnd041108.html —StevenDaubert
2013-06-23 11:44:01 Realizing I'm WAY to late in making this comment for it to make a difference, I will say that I take issue with some of the deletions of "Enterprise" content. Not everything published in the paper is property of the paper. If it is an article written by their staff or an op-ed by their editors, it is clearly their property. If, on the other hand, it is a piece written by an outside group and SUBMITTED to the Enterprise, it is still the property of the group who authored it. Groups often submit such pieces to multiple outlets for publication. So, in the case of Measure I, if it is the Enterprise staff op-ed, that would require Enterprise permission to publish. If it is an op-ed penned by the Yes on Measure I campaign that was submitted for publication in the Enterprise, it is up to the authors (and the campaign) whether it is also published in DavisWiki. —WillArnold
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