Hi William, I've deleted your pictures of people holding Rubber Duckie a few times now as well as the sandbox page you created for it. On each of them, I included a link to Thread:284478 in the summary explaining why.
From your message to me on the Muppet Central Forum:
I just realized I was blocked from Muppet Wiki. My apologies to you and everyone else there. I was not previously aware of the image policies and if I was I would have followed them. I didn't noticed your Holding Rubber Duckie message until after I had shared them again. I didn't think of the fact that you could have deleted them, I just thought I didn't save the files and the last time I uploaded them was just so I could send them to another user who had been discussing the same topic. Again, I need to figure out how to edit this stuff before I continue to do so. Again, my apologies to you all
Jonathan blocked you for two hours as a means to bring attention to the messages on your wall. Unfortunately, there's no way for us to know you're getting our messages, and this is the best way to ensure we get someone's attention.
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Hi you (what's your name?), and thanks for adding the info about "Night Bug Boogie". I'll show you how to properly format a source citation, but we need links for the two sources (Puppet Tears and Muppet Mindset) you added. We can't expect readers to go and find that stuff on their own.
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Thanks for the links. They've both very long (over an hour each). In cases like this, we should specify the time signature where the information is presented so that, again, readers don't have to go hunting for it. If you can provide those, I'll make the edits and show you how I did it.
I didn't watch much of the show since I found it kind of stupid so I probably didn't pay enough attention to know the episode title. Also when they aired on TV they didn't show the episode titles for some reason. Also it's not certain that Giggle time Gus was a parody of Tickle Me Elmo, he just closely resembles Elmo and talks in a falseto voice so I think he is supposed to be an Elmo parody. I will try to find out which episode it's from,
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