Talk:Northeast blackout of 2003/Archive 2

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Stupid warring

Stop moving the articles, they are starting to perform endless looped talk pages.

You want an appropriate name, how about 2003_Blackout. It's just a redirect, and it best describes the document, and makes it easier to find. Going to it now will redirect you about 3 times becuse of you self conscious people who must have created the page themselves.

The following pages link to here:
  • Talk:2003 US-Canada blackout (redirect page)
  • Wikipedia:Most-edited talk pages
  • Talk:2003 North America blackout (redirect page)
  • Talk:2003 US-Canada Blackout (redirect page)
  • Talk:2003 electricity blackout in New York (redirect page)
  • Talk:Blackout in New York (redirect page)
  • Wikipedia:Redirects for deletion
  • Wikipedia:Redirects for deletion

Look at that. I will move the page myself, and fix every redirect for it if you continue to move the page.

-Fizscy46 14:31, 2 Dec 2003 (UTC)
The debate isn't about US-Canada or Canada-US, or even North America or New York; its about B or b. Lirath Q. Pynnor
As it is a title, it should be capitalized, and the other redirect to it. However, due to the fact that it really doesn't make a f***ing difference, they should both be blocked from editting it if possible.

-Fizscy46 17:55, 2 Dec 2003 (UTC)


If this is going to be the form of the title -it needs to be North American not North America. Rmhermen 14:14, Dec 6, 2003 (UTC)

It should be 2003 Blackout. There isn't likely going to be another one large enough to warrant one this year, and its easiest to find when searching -Fizscy46 04:45, 7 Dec 2003 (UTC)
Well, except for the one in Italy just after this one...:) I wonder if anyone has any issues with clling it the 2003 North-East blackout and dodging the question about US or U.S. or canada or whatever? Jamesday 14:00, 8 Dec 2003 (UTC)
But was it large enough to warrant an article. It should be named to what someone would likely search for to find information on it, not something else. I'll go ask people what they would search for to get info on it, and post the results.-Fizscy46 14:39, 8 Dec 2003 (UTC)