For a reason though, some don't like such useful information in current events - go figure: Bosnian royal pretend and physicist Dr.
Mensur Omerbashich, who uses Sir Isaac Newton's methods to deciphering occult numerology, has claimed on the European Royal Society's website that Monteith was murdered by Jesuit conspiracy.
Aminidi (talk) , 16 July 2013 (UTC) Citing an entire rule without noting what exact (sub)section and point of it you allege has been violated is like citing nothing at all. Imagine a court where the judge sentences the defendant "based on the Constitution of the United States" without bothering to cite the chapter, section, subsection, etc. Everyone slow down, lets keep it simple and ensure the page remains sourced and clean.
A couple of years ago they updated the software to (mostly) sort out section specific edits so unless the conflict is in the same section it won't pop up an edit conflict. We have no way of knowing what the writers of Glee are going to do about the Finn character so my first instinct is to leave the tenses as is. Finn is a fictional character so the tense is dependent solely on what the writers of the series decide to do with the character.
That being said, it looks so odd having that be the one present tense section when everything else has been changed to past tense. In some bizarre world, they could even decide to carry on a character with another actor. I guess until September or whenever the premier is, since I'm assuming this will be dealt with immediately, it should stay as is even if that means it is out of step with the rest of the article.
He had had friends around during the night before, but he returned to his Canadian hotel room where he had checked in on July 6 alone, and was suspected to have overdosed on drugs. Wikipedia does not encourage speculation to be published as fact, especially as the autopsy has yet to be performed.
At this point, any cause of death is pure guesswork.
-- Gogo Dodo (talk) , 16 July 2013 (UTC) Why are you citing some rules without actually explaining what exactly you found to be wrong based on what exact (sub)section of that-and-that rule?
You don't expect people to actually read all the rules' sections and subsections including what's found under millions of links therein, do you? Aminidi (talk) , 16 July 2013 (UTC) Excuse me, it seems you are now Flat Out, but a while ago you were Gogo Dodo to whom I replied? And I think you do have to read regulations just as everybody else. Aminidi (talk) , 16 July 2013 (UTC) Was found dead in his Fairmont Pacific Rim hotel room shortly after noon Read more: star Cory Monteith found dead Vancouver hotel/8657790/story.html#ixzz2Yzr ZCX2p 126.96.36.199 (talk) , 14 July 2013 (UTC) Ok guys, we're stepping on each other toes and editing over each other constantly, making this page hard to keep in line.
This is why I've been removing it from the article.
Blue Moonset (talk) , 16 July 2013 (UTC) I am not sure what leads you to think being encyclopedic means the most commonly cited reactions to a person's unexpected death must be excluded.
Yes, I realize that Monteith had substance abuse problems but past actions don't prove anything, unless a reliable source (meaning, an autopsy report) can confirm.
188.8.131.52 (talk) , 14 July 2013 (UTC) Someone has removed this as a possible indication of death causes; I see no problem providing this sort of information as many find it extremely valuable, including many in law enforcement.
If Fox or some other reputable source says they're killing him off though then we should probably consider changing it.