Thought I'd Lend a Hand
...And Then There Were None.
All your past blogs have been deleted, as per your request. Hope you like it this way, 'cause you can't return it.
Have a nice day.
Hey ChaoZ. Here's how you can archive your talk page:
1) Create a page with the title "User talk:ChaoZStrider/Archive X", where X is the index of the new archive. Alternatively, you can go to this url (again, X denotes the index). Then press the "Add Topic" button on the top right (the button may be named "Edit", "Create Page" or something along these lines).
2) Copy the contents of your talk page to Archive X.
3) Delete the contents from your talk page and add a link to your new archive.
I would very much advise you to be careful about what you write in your blogs.
Your blog post has been restored as it has been determined that, upon inspection, it neither violate our rules nor Fandom's ToU. I have also re-enabled commenting on it. ClericofMadness (talk) 02:42, July 22, 2018 (UTC)
Don't mistake my warning for a threat. The only reason I deleted your blog was because it appeared to violate ToU. After reviewing it, I realized it was a brash decision and restored it.
However, I stand behind what I have said: be more careful about your blogs, because not everyone might be as flexible as me in that regard.
Furthermore, it is clear to me that this cannot be resolved by simply texting here: so, as you've already offered to do, come to the Forum Romanumand pledge your case.
Than vs. Then
Hi. I notice you keep mixing up "than" and "then." Let me help you with that.
"Then" means "at that time." It's used in statements that often involve "if." Here's an example:
"If you smoke, then your lungs will be unhealthy.
"Than" is used to introduce a second element in your sentence, especially during comparisons. Here's an example:
"I'd rather die than wear white after Lador Day."
The difference between them is important. They are not interchangeable. This will make your writing stronger. I really hope this helps.