Hi, "Geek Mythology" (loving the name, by the way, and your contributions! :-) ) I deleted "United Kingdom" as it is never referred to (even in its abbreviated form as "UK") in The X-Files, Millennium and The Lone Gunmen. Related places, such as "London", "Great Britain" and even "Northern Ireland" (see Millennium) are mentioned in the series, so they should stay and/or be created if they don't already exist! It could be noted on each of those pages - in italics (though never any need to further bracket text if already italicized and no need further bracket nor italicize text if it is in a "Background Information" section) - that the location represented by that specific page is actually in the United Kingdom, but that this is neither established in The X-Files, Millennium or The Lone Gunmen. I've done similarly on the "Tunisia" page, so you might to look at that page to see an example what I mean. --Mulder 19:12, 1 July 2008 (UTC)
I gave The X files Movie its own section, and I moved your comment about the Lone Gunmen to the introduction.
A Tip on Searching for ReferencesEdit
Hi, Geek Mythology. You can use this link to do quick searches (using Google) through transcripts of all episodes of The X-Files and The Lone Gunmen, as well as the one & only commentary track on The X-Files Movie DVD and an episode of The Simpsons that spoofed The X-Files and featured Mulder, Scully, aliens, the J. Edgar Hoover FBI Building, etc. You can do similar with this link that searches through transcripts of all Millennium episodes. To search for specific terms/words in the episodes, simply add the word/term you're looking for next to the "site:" part (without deleting any of that part) and hey, presto! :-) Are these of any use to you? --Mulder 15:13, 5 July 2008 (UTC)
Too Much Reality!Edit
Hi, Geek Mythology. Please could you limit the amount of real-world information you add to the main body of articles. Information from reality can still be added, take a look at Help:Resources to see how. Your contributions are fantastic otherwise, so if you could follow this instruction, that would be great! :-) --Mulder 23:20, 9 July 2008 (UTC)
Re: Thanks for the HelpEdit
No problem, happy to help the little I can and everyone learns something new every day! :-) If you have any more comments regarding the site's new style, can you message Wendy/Merrystar with them? I'm pretty busy this week, doing a singing course, but you seem to be usually active on this site around the same time each day as Merrystar so if you could pass your comments regarding the new style to her, that would be great! Thanks again for your wonderful contributions! :-) --Mulder 21:55, 10 July 2008 (UTC)