Goldberg, Ligner and Shyster

The page has been protected because there is no need for the information to be put into the article, as article already states that the partners of the company are Tom Goldberg, Patrick Ligner and Dick Shyster. Plus, how can you have a founder and a co-founder? You can not, they either co-found the company or Goldberg found the company. Either way, this is already listed in the article. A-Dust 18:50, 29 January 2009 (UTC)


Please avoid uploading images under names that are not helpful. You have done so a number of times over the past couple of days, leaving me to delete and re-upload them under better names. Some images you have uploaded have also been deleted because they are not needed, such as the Packie.jpg image. That image is not needed because there is already an image of Patrick McReary in the article, which is both clearer and shows the character better. A-Dust 18:50, 29 January 2009 (UTC)

Thx you for that informative information now I know what I was doing wrong thank you for pointing that out. It should not happen again-GTA Lover

Watermarked Images

Hi. Can you try not to upload pictures with watermarks? Watermarked images aren't intended to be used outside the place it was watermarked in.--Spaceeinstein 22:01, 29 July 2009 (UTC)

Strange Edit Results

Hey there, I've noticed that the vast majority of your edits seem to mess up the associated article in some way - the most common result being links which link to incorrect or irrelevant articles. In most cases, this is after you add/replace an image. Speaking of which, I also noticed that you seem inclined to place images in extremely obscure locations within the article, such as, within links to other pages, or in amongnst paragraphs/text. The easiest - and most obvious - thing to do would be to replace the old image's link. Are you intentionally trying to make things difficult for us here? Your edits can be easily reverted, but in most cases, we don't notice until several more users have made other edits to the article, therefore we would potentially be removing important content by reverting your edits. I'm aware that this may be some kind of weird glitch, but no other users seem to "trigger" it, and all the "evidence" points to you. I hope I'm wrong... - Hardrock182 23:02, 17 August 2009 (UTC)

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