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Hello. I requested that the higher-ups at Wiki make me an admin and just needed some other contributors to support it. Just wondering if you wouldn't mind adding your name?User_blog:CestWhat/Admin_request CestWhat (talk) 13:06, September 21, 2012 (UTC)
Hello. You make a sound case for Dec. 8, 1912. Just a counter-point. Kemal dies in Episode 3.02, but at the begining of Episode 3.02, there is a caption "March 1913" when Matthew and his mother are moving into Crawley House. CestWhat (talk) 19:30, September 27, 2012 (UTC)
- When the village fair (the one where Mrs. Hughes meets up with Joe Burns) happened on May 29th according to the poster and the Treaty of London was signed on May 30, 1913. So Spring 1913 makes sense. CestWhat (talk) 16:47, September 28, 2012 (UTC)
Patrick marriage/death issueEdit
Seth Cooper: Thank you for backing me up on the Patrick marriage/death date issue. Unfortunately, I think HPR has got the "I'm always right" mentality and won't listen to anyone else. S/he has already restored the 1898 birth date to Sybil's page when I made it quite plain that it needed to stay off because Robert's in episode statements in 1.07 and 3.05 seem to support the 1896 birth date and not the 1898 date as implied by 2.07. It's going to confuse newcomers if they see two birth years listed on Sybil's page.
There's problems with your reasoning - and Seth's too - and they are these: 1) Violet is ALWAYS precise with dates(e.g "24 years ago you married Cora" "hated it for half a century" to name two); this means that, since the vase was destroyed in 1919, she *WAS* WITHOUT A SINGLE DOUBT, married in 1869. She says that she ran Downton for thirty years. Thirty years from 1869 is 1899, meaning her husband died then: also, Violet brought little money with her on marriage - if her father-in-law was alive, her husband would have been forced to marry someone rich - like Robert did, to save the estate, since Robert says that "the balloon went up in the 1880s" and that Cora "saved" Downton. 2) Mary, who is Sybil's *SISTER* would know Sybil's date of birth, so saying "You don't need permission, You're 21." CONFIRMS, without ANY doubt, that Sybil is born in 1898, which is why the date is there. I admit that Lord Grantham's dates do contradict it, but Mary knows her sister, so the 1898 should be there with an "or" in between; only Lord Grantham says she is 24: Cora doesn't, nor does Edith, Tom or any of the others: as stated above, Mary point blank calls her "21 now" in April 1919. Thank you. HarryPotterRules1 (talk) 01:57, October 19, 2012 (UTC)
Hey there Edit
RE:Hey there Edit
To be totally honest, I've been much better. Muppeteer veteran Jerry Nelson, who performed hundreds of unforgettable characters from the Muppets passed away a few weeks ago & I took it pretty damn hard. I bruised my tailbone over a year ago & it's still drivin me crazy. Haha, yes, that's how I've been. What about you?? -- GrouchMan (My trash can) 23:19, October 22, 2012 (UTC)
I have made a page for a character - could you kindly look at it? CestWhat keeps adding it to "Candidates for deletion". The page is here: http://downtonabbey.wikia.com/wiki/Mr_Gordon. HarryPotterRules1 (talk) 02:34, October 29, 2012 (UTC)