Talk:Thomas Woods

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Woods' laws

Is there some reason this should not be included? Jeff Tucker removed this entire section without any explanation, and simply called it "minor edits".

Which also leads to another we have a definition of "minor edits"? I was under the impression that we were using the Wikipedia understanding of what constitutes a minor edit, namely, that it is a small, superficial change such as a typographical or punctuation correction that no editor would be expected to regard as disputable. Is this not the case? If not, what are we considering a "minor edit?" Can the removal of an entire section be considered "minor"? --John James 00:46, 29 July 2011 (MSD)

For the sake of completeness, this wouldn't be a "minor" edit; the section on Woods' laws was removed due to a request of Thomas Woods - see here. Pestergaines 02:26, 16 August 2011 (MSD)