User talk:Volunteer Marek
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Please see that the one item you dismissed as being from an IP was originally from that user and there are some other items. My complaint is that the user kept adding in different things and each revert some of it stayed gone and other times it was readded. He does this to a lot of pages. Original research. Fake claims of what sources say. Altering what sources say. Plagiarism. Etc. It is every single possible problem related to using sources. If it was just one of these, that would be one thing. But it is probably every possible violation regarding content, including the MoS violations. That is my point. Every single violation and not one person cares on an article that has 30k views per month. Take this example. He turns "probably" to "possible". What does the source say? "More probably, he was simply remembering the words he mentions." The source is Walter Jackson Bate, a double Pulitzer prize winner and one of the founders of Modern Literary Criticms. He was also the world's foremost expert on British Romanticism. Sigh. Ottava Rima (talk) 03:32, 14 December 2011 (UTC)