User:Natterer is very active behind the scenes on Wikinews and follows most Wikimedia projects. Natterer is a reasonable and thoughtful wikimedian, and will surely interpret Wikinews policies fairly and accurately. Natterer will surely be no respecter of person or position as he natters to Administrators and Editors. I would like to nominate xem for the Arbitration Committee. Test
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—Chiacomo (talk) 03:52, 11 April 2006 (UTC)
- Clarence Ray Allen - Deaf, blind, elderly guy to be executed January 17.
Articles to which I've been a major contributor or initiatorEdit
Incomplete, perhaps, but I don't care and am not counting, really.
- Deer and other animals found dead at Ball State University
- Tennessee town mulls 'stop work order' as construction of controversial grain tanks begins
- Both sides of Kenya's constitution dispute are negotiating
- Scissors, screwdrivers accepted on US flights beginning December 22
- Muslim youth to guard Christian churches in Indonesia
- Major explosions at UK oil depot
- No reprieve for Stanley Williams, Crips street gang founder
- Israeli PM Sharon suffers 'mild stroke'
- Striking NYC transit workers will return to jobs
- Actor Vincent Schiavelli dies in Sicily at age 57
- France imposes emergency laws in response to riots
- Man charged in £26.5m robbery
- Farmers hunt for missing bull semen
- Rosa Parks dies at 92
- U.S. force-feeding Guantanamo hunger strikers
- Bush nominates Harriet Ellan Miers for U.S. Supreme Court
- NYPD shuts down anti-war speech due to absence of permit
- New Orleans DirectNIC Offices, 'Outpost Crystal' visited by 82nd Airborne
- Mandatory evacuation declared in New Orleans, US
- Draft constitution pushed into Iraqi parliament
- ABC News anchor Peter Jennings dies at 67
- Albanian girl murdered in tangle of crime
- Mysterious disease kills 31 in China's Sichuan province
- Deadly forest fire in Spain claims lives of firefighters
- Sir Edward Heath, former British PM, dies at 89
- Man charged in vehicle death of Michigan woman
- Three killed in Tennessee vehicle crash
- United States Supreme Court Justice O'Connor to retire
- Rwandan businessmen sentenced for War Crimes
- Shelby Foote, 88, noted historian and author, dies
- Wal-Mart heir John Walton killed in plane crash
- Paul Winchell, voice of Tigger, Gargamel, dead at 82
- Elections held in Bulgaria
- Mlambo-Ngcuka sworn in as South African deputy president
- Killen gets 60 years for civil rights killings
- Tennessee Governor signs budget bill
- Goodyear blimp crashes in Florida
- Missouri Circuit Court Judge Werner Moentmann rules that Planned Parenthood must repay money.
Article disputes I've attempted to resolveEdit
- Draft constitution pushed into Iraqi parliament
- U.S. to transfer some Guantanamo detainees to Afghanistan
Test --Chiacomo [[User_talk:Chiacomo|(talk)]] 15:15, 15 November 2005 (UTC)
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WHEREAS members of our community are serving and have served in all branches of our military.
- Is this statement really necessary? If it is not, as it is restated in the one directly below, remove it.
WHEREAS, Our friends and neighbors have answered the call to arms. For the sake of freedom in foreign lands they have fought with the honor and valor that makes our nation proud. Two new democracies have been created where voices once went unheard.
- If spoken aloud, give a good sized pause after the word WHEREAS. Remove new democracies statement if it goes against the community's current view.
WHEREAS They deserve our praise and have been a source of great pride to our community. Their good acts must not go unnoticed.
THEREEFORE BE IT RESOLVED by this body to proclaim 15th day of January, the year of our Lord 2005 to be proclaimed "Iraqi War Veteran's Day" throughout the provinces of our city.
THE PUBLIC WELFARE REQUIRING IT SO, this resolution is adopted this 9th day of January, 2005.
Edited for Chiacomo, --Sfullenwider 05:38, 19 December 2005 (UTC)
our soldiers, our friends, our family, have been the honorable leaders that have been the foundation of this nation since it's birth
They are the people their parents hoped they would be and we hope our children become.