Hi! So, I noticed some errors on that page. There are almost no links there (such as for Elmore and Gumball and Darwin, and the period after "The World" is outside of the quotation marks. Also, in "IMDb," the "b" should be lowercase. Since the page is locked, I can't do it myself, and since I've noticed you've been very active lately, I thought you might want to be made aware.
Sorry to bother you, but I noticed on the main page, in the random fact "Idaho's family lives on the outskirts of Elmore", it reads "Idahofamily". Since I can't edit it as I'm not an admin, I thought I'd tell you.
I'm sorry for randomly coming here, but I have to say it: Agama didn't revert your edit because he denies that this is Richard's canon height. It's just that, as he explained it, we need to list sources for these things - if a reader came to the article and saw something like "Richard's canon height is 6'4''" without any sources listed, it would certainly raise some suspicions.
I won't try to edit it again because that would count as edit warring, wouldn't it? And how exactly am I gonna show sources if they state it in video descriptions? Screenshots? Links to those videos? If he wouldn't have denied he would've spent the time looking for CN to say that, find it, then place the source next to what I've said.
Wait, I think there was a misunderstanding here. Agama didn't remove the fact about Richard being as tall as you suggested. The only thing that he did was remove the word "canon" and replace it with a website link that was previously cited as a source.
You know what, you're right. I guess I should've added that reference tag right next to the phrase, but how am I going to source it? I have a screenshot of them saying it, or I could link a video where the description states so, but not everyone is smart enough to go to the description of videos to look for evidence. And the site that is sourced doesn't even work correctly though that may be my computer, so I already count the current source as skeptical.
Eh. It's fine if I don't do it. I just have a bias that something bad might happen to me even if that's completely false, which is alright to have, it sometimes saves me (and maybe others) from adding speculative edits, right? So I guess it's a good thing to have this bias/fear.