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Welcome Wisdomteeth. Thanks for your good grammatical edits. We really appreciate it. What interests you about Debatepedia? Can I help you find editorial tasks on debates of interest to you? Write me back on my discussion page. -- Brooks Lindsay 11:29, 18 November 2008 (CST)

Editorial tasks

Hey Wisdom teeth, thanks so much for your kind reply. We're working really hard to make Debatepedia valuable, and we appreciate encouraging comments such as yours. I was thinking that you may be interested in our most recent Debate Digest article, Debate: Progressive tax vs. flat tax. I would say this is one of the biggest debates in the world, representing the fundamental fiscal divide between conservative and liberal perspectives. If you are willing to proof read this long long article, and spoof it up, it could really use it. I'll keep thinking of new tasks for you, but give me feedback. Best, -- Brooks Lindsay 13:17, 24 November 2008 (CST)


Wisdomteeth, like Wikipedia, unfortunately, we do not give monetary credits on Debatepedia. We do give credit of all other kinds, however, and are moving toward a system of merit-awards. I understand your concerns regarding your time. I would suggest that you do everything you need to do in your life to settle your financial uncertainties. We would like you to join Debatepedia as a hobbie and to perpetuate its public education mission. If you believe in what we are doing, and have the time, we will always welcome you with open arms. Best, -- Brooks Lindsay 15:32, 24 November 2008 (CST)

Progressive tax debate

Good work on introducing the arguments you did to this debate article. I've integrated them into sections in the article, which covered the areas of the arguments (economics and "revenue", for the governance argument [not a perfect match, but...]). Good work. Generally, unless you're have quotations to put into an argument page, don't create the page (by putting the brackets around the argument - rendering the argument red). Also, try to make your argument headers as pithy as possibly. Other than that, you have been doing a great, great job. Well done. What are you going to work on now? -- Brooks Lindsay 17:09, 9 December 2008 (CST)

Debate: alkaline

What is the debate here? Not judging, just asking. :) - Brooks Lindsay (Talk) 15:23, 28 January 2010 (EST)

Re: Debate: Alkaline diet

Cool. I've moved it to Debate: Alkaline diet. If you don't mind, give a try and documenting an argument in the article. I will follow you by documenting one as well. -- Brooks Lindsay (Talk) 15:37, 28 January 2010 (EST)


...for the grammatical edit...effect to affect. Definitely you got the grammar right there. :) -- Brooks Lindsay (Talk) 10:16, 1 April 2010 (EDT)

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