Sorry about that, I got called away and it took longer than I expected. Now on to the matter at hand.
I understand what your saying and rest assured I will talk to him. But following all the drama thats been going on, I'm waiting for it to settle down before I try and get on any one else's wick. I've already had one user apparantly leave.
Glad to meet another fan of this absolute classic series! I decided to give Jim Hacker a page after doing Sir Humphrey's because, if you look at his character through Yes, Minister and Yes, Prime Minister, Hacker is mostly concerned with his personal power and prestige, backs down numerous times on moral objectives for selfish reasons (mostly to save face and preserve his power and influence) and certainly does some other dubious things (in "Party Games" alone he uses his political immunity to get out of a drink-driving charge, and then becomes Prime Minister through blackmailing the two front-running party candidates!). I think a good case can made for him being an anti-villain; he's self-absorbed, power-hungry, vain, often cowardly and hypocritical, and motivated almost entirely by self-interest, but, in stark contrast to Sir Humphrey, he isn't completely amoral or callous, and does display pangs of conscience ("The Whisky Priest" is a prime example) and frustration over the sheer absurdity and corruption of the system. His obviously loving relationship with his wife Annie is also a humanising quality (when they're not bickering their interactions can be genuinely touching). I do acknowledge that he wants to bring about genuine changes for the better; it's just ambiguous whether or not his obsession with power (and the popular vote) as a means to an end has made his original desire to do good a secondary concern. Definitely a very complex character. I think I may create a page for him on the Protagonist Wikia.
Glad we agree! Do you think I should round out the Yes Minister entries by giving Bernard Woolley a page? After all, even though he's easily the most sympathetic and least self-serving out of the three main characters, he's still complicit in Hacker's and Sir Humphrey's antics and schemes (to be fair, not always willingly), and in upholding a thoroughly corrupt system. Also, in "The Complete Yes Minister" he later becomes "Sir Bernard" and head of the Civil Service, implying that he's "turned to the dark side". What do you think? Also, I've yet to see any of the 2013 revival; have you seen it? And if you have, is it any good?
No I don't think so, he's basically torn between trying to please both his masters, and figuring out what will keep him from being reasigned to miniscule job, ruining his career. He also is clearly the least cynical member of the civil serivice. Although its implied he does turn to the dark side at the end. So maybe. But I would say no.
No I'm afraid I haven't, I was going to watch it, but unfortunetly I missed it.
Why would he waste his time waiting to do that? Deletion means deletion. Not "in a hastey state". It's very rare for deleted categories to be revived, it just so happened to come upon the Scarred Villains category after the admins discussed it and decided it should come back. No one is actually going to wait a day or two for the admins to delete it, wait a few more days, and "confirm its deletion".
And not doing something isn't wasting time, because instead of taking the category oiff of pages, you could do literally any other activity on Earth
removing categories taht tuen out to be cool, however, is a waste of time.
SO Yes, I agre taht users shouldn't waste their time
and this wiki has literally hundreds of users who didn't take the pages off right after the deletion, so yoru statement that "no one is actually going to wait a day or two" is an outright, quantifiable falsehood; hundreds of people wait to do that all the time.
Did you eman that tehre are a small number of people who wouldn't wait? because thats an entirely different statement altogether
I'm just saying he shouldn't have to wait to remove deleted categories if they're deleted. Yeah, there's the tedious possiblity of having to go back and unremove the categories if it's restored, but that's just how things work.