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As I explained, this wiki clearly favors American English. Yet, I have heard no one complain about color not having a "u" or recognize not being spelled with a "z". It's not as if we are arguing about a subjective topic like which character is the best in Team Fortress 2. The fact is this wiki uses American English; that is not an arguable statement. We should follow '''all '''of its rules for consistency's sake. You can't just pick and choose which rules we follow.
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As I explained, this wiki clearly favors American English. Yet, I have heard no one complain about color not having a "u" or recognize not being spelled with a "s". It's not as if we are arguing about a subjective topic like which character is the best in Team Fortress 2. The fact is this wiki uses American English; that is not an arguable statement. We should follow '''all '''of its rules for consistency's sake. You can't just pick and choose which rules we follow.
   
 
It is extremely silly (since I can't use the "r-slur") that this is even an issue.
 
It is extremely silly (since I can't use the "r-slur") that this is even an issue.

Latest revision as of 22:13, May 14, 2015

As I explained, this wiki clearly favors American English. Yet, I have heard no one complain about color not having a "u" or recognize not being spelled with a "s". It's not as if we are arguing about a subjective topic like which character is the best in Team Fortress 2. The fact is this wiki uses American English; that is not an arguable statement. We should follow all of its rules for consistency's sake. You can't just pick and choose which rules we follow.

It is extremely silly (since I can't use the "r-slur") that this is even an issue.

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