User talk:Capsule Computer

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Link templates. Please, please use them. 281Tinaδ281 23:30, 25 November 2007 (UTC)

For unbelievers

Instead of bringing this to the talk page of Glitter Lighthouse you could easily adress it to me. I am not really THAT wise to check the Lighthouse article talkpage in order to check if someone was asking for a screenshot. So, here it is. Says pretty much the same thing as in English version "Olivine Lighthouse, also known as Glitter Lighthouse". So, here is your proof, feast your eyes on this and stop playing local know-it-all. When Maxim says something, IT IS TRUE. I have no reason to lie. I'm here to correct errors made by people who think they are more competent than the world, just like you. I'm actually GUARDING the Bulbapedia's trustability by using my experience which I got from long years of Pokemon research, NOT from Google Search (which seems to be your source). It's really funny. I edit articles only when I'm completely sure about something. So, it's really funny when some random guy who used Google reverts me. Look at the proof I posted, unless you're now going to refuse to believe it and scream "OH NOEZ! You forged teh screnshotz in order to insult meh!!!111". Then I can't help you. --Maxim 15:22, 29 July 2009 (UTC)

Wow, you are a condescending, arrogant piece of work, you know that? You have no goddamn right to talk to me like that, and you give Bulbapedia a horrible name. People like you make me want to not even ever come here. Pretty hilariously ironic you call me a know-it-all when your ego dwarfs a Zeppelin and you state that when you say something, "IT IS TRUE." Also, considering the sign says its actual name is アサギのとうだい, with its alias being かがやきのとうだい, how am I WRONG to say Asagi Lighthouse is the actual name? Would you call Paris "City of Lights" as its proper name in an article? Asagi Lighthouse is both its proper name and what Japanese people refer to it as, so WTF? (By the same token, the English name should be Olivine Lighthouse, with Glitter Lighthouse properly mentioned as being its alias, obviously.) Capsule Computer 19:00, 29 July 2009 (UTC)
Then why are we using the name "Glitter Lighthouse" at all? If it's just an alias. However, I think both names are equally actual. And how do you know that Japanese people call it as such? Because you used Google? Pffft... Japanese Pokemon fansites SUCK. All without exception. They don't have organized fandom like us, so the last thing I'm gonna do is to trust some random result from Japanese Google Search. And please, stop playing a butthurt. If anyone should feel insulted here, it's ME. Because you offended all my years of Pokemon research by going for a proof, implying that I was reverting your edits just to annoy you. I never revert anyone to annoy him, I make edits only to improve Bulbapedia's trustability. I'm a well-estabilished, experienced user and something like you should know it. I never posted any piece of false information on Bulbapedia. If I did, I would be banned long ago. So, please don't pretend that your Google "research" makes you more competent than years-experienced man. I should feel highly offended here but actually I find it rather ridiculous than insulting. It's like David vs. Goliath - Bulbapedia version. LOL. Please, leave corrective work to adults or at least stop playing butthurt. If you think I was being too harsh, sorry. That was neccessary. Go ahead and make relevant edits, you may still regain your good name here. --Maxim 09:27, 30 July 2009 (UTC)

Code of Conduct. Both of you. Especially you, Capsule Computer. Both of you need to lose this attitude, or you'll face a block. —darklordtrom 09:36, 30 July 2009 (UTC)

Oh, thanks Trom for reminding me that the thing exists. Never got an opportunity to read it. --Maxim 09:42, 30 July 2009 (UTC)
What the hell, trom? I get my intelligence insulted by Maxim for trying to correct information, and then when I ask for someone to take a screenshot of the sign so that I can read what it says, I get attacked by him again. Then when I defend myself against the person who was and still is attacking me for no reason with immature, condescending comments, I'm somehow being a horrible person, even worse than the one senselessly attacking me? How does that work? Capsule Computer 16:12, 30 July 2009 (UTC)
It works simply. I'm who's actually right here. More experience, more contributions - that's what matters on Bulbapedia (or at least SHOULD matter on Bulbapedia. I recently wrote a blog entry about the fact that Bulbapedia has become a friendly chatground rather than information source). Leave your "you're not nice, so you're stupid, GTFO" bullcrap to yourself. Nice or not, I contribute more, while you play butthurt in talkpages, which really doesn't help Bulbapedia at all. Remember it once forever - NO MATTER who attacks who. It's a PEDIA! Talkpage world is a secondary thing, or at least should be a secondary thing. --Maxim 16:17, 30 July 2009 (UTC)'re the one who started posting in my talk page after having already insulted me, and the fact you think that you're "always right" and that you have the right to be a horrible person to anyone just because you have more contributions on the site is depressing, especially if this sort of stuff is condoned here. Capsule Computer 16:28, 30 July 2009 (UTC)
Um, what? We don't have seniority rules. Nobody's more right than somebody else simply by the virtue of how long they've been here. But we do have rules about being nice. Maxim, next time you decide you've got the right to be a prick because of tenure here, you'll be taking a break. Capsule Computer, sorry about his attitude--I don't know enough to make a ruling on this issue, but I recommend taking it to arbitration. -- evkl (need to talk?) 17:15, 30 July 2009 (UTC)
The especially part was because Maxim, as a person with such a magnificent tenure, was meant to know about this rule. Not to mention you've already been told to play nice. Just clearing that up. —darklordtrom 19:49, 30 July 2009 (UTC)