Stop inserting Amazon links into the articles. We're not here to advertise for them. —Interrobang 18:47, 11 July 2008 (UTC)

I don't think it's 'advertising' for Amazon - I find it useful to be able to know where to purchase a book. The ISBN search feature is clumsy at best. Why not start a discussion page on this? I imagine many users would feel the same way.

So people apparently cannot navigate the millions of stores on the Internet? And why start a discussion page when this page serves just fine and you're the only one partaking in this? —Interrobang 18:55, 11 July 2008 (UTC)

Because you made a unilateral decision - I'd be curious to hear if other members agree. This is a community project, right?

He's right. We're not here to shill for one store over another. And purchasing information doesn't help convey information about the subject, which is the purpose of the Wiki. And non-fixed URLs are a bad idea. -- Repowers 19:09, 11 July 2008 (UTC)

Fair enough, and the non-fixed point was a good one I hadn't considered. I *DO* see people posting questions like 'where can I find this' on message boards though, and thought I was addressing a valid need.

Contacting Floro Dery Edit

Oh, that's easy! Just go on any Transformers message board, or even on Floro's talk page, and start mocking him and his work, or diminishing his contributions by talking about the other people involved in the Generation 1 cartoon.

He's bound to show up, perhaps using a pseudonym to disguise his identity (either as a former assistant of Dery's, or as a super-fan of his) to counter your claims, at which point you can try to get his email or something and discuss making a book. 21:22, 15 September 2008 (UTC)

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