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Chakotay and Janeway's coffee habitsEdit
In "Hunters," CHAKOTAY takes his coffee with cream and two sugars. Janeway consistently drank her coffee black throughout the course of "Voyager". 126.96.36.199 18:30, June 17, 2015 (UTC)
- OK...not really sure what you're trying to get at by posting that. Article talk pages are for discussions on how to improve the article itself. If you wish to talk about Star Trek in general, you should post in the forum. --| TrekFan Open a channel 18:50, June 17, 2015 (UTC)
I'm sorry, TrekFan, I'm not sure if you're being deliberately thick or criminally disingenuous by your idiotic remark. The article says that Kathryn Janeway liked her coffee with two sugars, citing the episode "Hunters." I'm telling you, both above and in this comment now, that the article is incorrect; Chakotay requested two sugars in his coffee. Janeway teased him for it. Chakotay, not Janeway, should be in the article as liking his coffee with two sugars. Janeway drank her coffee black. Don't be stupid. Try reading what's written and correct the error rather than jumping down my throat for no good reason. I point out an error in the article and you dare to have the nerve to insult me. Fix the mistake and be a smartass on your time, not mine. How rude are you? 188.8.131.52 21:03, June 22, 2016 (UTC)
- Hello. A better way you could have framed your request is to quote the incorrect section and explain where it deviates from the truth. As it is, your comment has the potential to be confusing.
- If you want to correct the article's oversight, MA is set up to allow users to make the changes themselves. You can create a user account and fix it. I've checked here and you're right, by the way - she is chiding him for his sugar intake.
- That being said, when merely stating something is incorrect and not fixing it, there should be a good reason, such as if you were unsure what to change it to, in which case you could add a PNA-inaccurate tag to the body of the article. (You, on the other hand, already know what change you have in mind.) I know I've been told many times to be bold and fix something myself instead of telling someone about it. Been there, done that. --LauraCC (talk) 21:14, June 22, 2016 (UTC)