Hello, I'd like to let you know that you have been removing stub templates from articles when they still need it, namely when uploading pictures onto said articles. They should remain up on articles until they have enough information featured (which can vary from article to article). Do you understand what I'm saying here?
You seem to keep asking me for pictures from The Garfield Show, when I've repeatedly told you that I'm not up for it. Reiterating some of what I wrote on my profile page:
If you request something, and I don't have the DVD for it, then try doing it yourself, or ask someone else. Please don't nag me into getting something just because it has something you want on here. ...The reason I don't have any DVDs of The Garfield Show right now is because they tend to be expensive, they generally only have 6 segments, and they aren't all that common (at least not around my area). Not really much bang for your buck, now, eh?
So yeah, DVDs of that series are a low priority for me right now, so why bother asking me?
Nice to see that you've returned. However, I'm afraid there are a few more things I should point out:
1. When creating pages for actors/voice actors, you only need to put in "Actor" or "Voice Actor" for the category section. Aspects like gender, race, nationality, etc. aren't needed, they can be told by the description and/or picture of the person in question. Also...
2. The deceased category is only to be used for characters, so don't use it for real life people. If someone happens to be deceased, the life dates should generally be enough of an indication.
It is nice to see that you are legitimately helping out with the Wiki otherwise, though.
You know, if you don't have a computer at home with a disc drive, what I don't get is why you don't just go to a library (with public computers available) and use those to get the pics you want from DVDs.
I wasn't attacking your skills as a photographer before, I was just saying your technique (taking pictures of a computer screen) is not a good idea. I remember saying that it'd be okay for now, but now I've had second thoughts, especially when you put up more pictures that weren't really any better, in lowering standards here. You don't even need a camera, anyway, when you can use an image editor to get screenshots without reducing picture quality. If you don't have an image editor on your computer already, maybe you could simply get one online from a safe, reputable website.
Also, you shouldn't put commentary on article pages, especially when there's a comments section for just that sort of thing, in regards to your recent edit on Heir Apparent (as well as Howard Morris from earlier on).
P.S. Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? was made by Hanna-Barbara, not Warner Bros. (although Warner now owns H-B, maybe that was what you were thinking of?)
But you were talking about The Garfield Show, not the 2004 movie.
While I am aware that he's thought to have contributed to the movie, the fact that he wasn't credited still leaves me skeptical. I did watch the movie fairly recently, and I did notice a dog character whose voice definitely sounded like that of Mr. West.
A lack of credit could mean someone goofed up on the credits, or it could mean that it wasn't him. I just feel it would be best to find a source to confirm the voice, Billy West or otherwise.
And if speculation is all you've got, then there's really no reason to have an article on Mr. West. If you want to talk about people you'd like to hear on The Garfield Show, or talk about who may have performed an uncredited role, you're best off making a blog.