User talk:Elen of the Roads

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Thanks so much[edit]

You were absolutely right (Thank God!). I did click the link on the warning templates, which leads me to the a dialogue box. However, I don't understand what you mean by "Type or paste the name of the image into the Subject: line". Could you please elborate on that. Now we're going somewhere. Thanks a million!!! Sp33dyphil 07:18, 23 April 2010 (UTC)


I respectfully request you strikeout the error contained in your post. I have never insinuated having viewed it, you will not find any evidence to support that claim, not even the link you posted makes that claim. I also never stated that I did not recognize the harm that results in most cases in the commission of it. I've more good faith in your attitude than your source's, so in good faith I am assuming you misinterpreted it via jumping to conclusions. I thought I had made this clear last year, but apparently I did not: I researched the symptoms, I don't fit them. As I consider some of the required symptoms for the diagnosis (none of which fit) to be negative personality qualities, I do not advocate on behalf of it. Quite the opposite. I do not understand concepts like acceptance or excuse-making so I do not discuss matters like that. I have never obfuscated this, nor do I intend to, and I do not think it is okay as described. It would need to be thoroughly redefined by some other authority until it had a definition I would consider neutral or positive. You only get that by taking the greek roots literally ("boy + friend") but I do not believe it has been used in that manner for two thousand years, people's efforts to reutilize it in such a manner are confusing and disruptive and I want no part of it. TY© (talk) 07:27, 8 July 2010 (UTC)