Hey, Brad! Did they change the title for the Spanish dub of Muppets Most Wanted? I remember seeing a trailer in Spanish, but it still had the English title at the end. I can't find a Spanish soundtrack, and this might be why.
Hey Brad! I've noticed that a lot of your edits lately are duplicating the categories on an article. I assume it has something to do with the WYSIWYG editor, and I've sent a ticket in to support to figure it out, but they don't know what it is. It's probably happening for others too, but since it's most consistently happening with you, I asked them to contact you to troubleshoot it. I get the sense they haven't done that though, so I'm wondering if you changed a setting in your preferences over the past month or so, or started doing something differently. Any ideas?
I had noticed that was happening from time to time. No one has reached out to me about it. However after seeing your message and thinking about it, I think I figured out the cause.
I recently turned on "prompt me if I leave a blank edit summary" preference. I just did some tests to prove it and when I press "publish" without including an edit summary it bounces me back to editing the page with the message "Reminder: You have not provided an edit summary. If you click Publish again, your edit will be published without one." However, when it bounces me back to editing, it adds the category tags at the bottom of the section I was editing (causing dual tags on the page if I don't catch it and remove them before hitting publish the second time).
Terribly sad and tragic news, it's the least I could do - I figured there would be an increase of traffic to his page and our coverage needed some work. There's not much out there about John.
There are some nice passages and quotes in Jim Henson: The Biography that I thought about trying to incorporate -- quotes about his energetic childhood (pg 189), convincing his father to go with Bowie instead of Sting for Labyrinth (pg 369-370), his reaction to seeing his father film the "Rainbow Connection" scene and then being brought to tears seeing the final sequence on the screen (pgs 286 & 293), and some more personal events (such as his car accident that brought the production of The Witches to a halt and his role in the spreading of Jim's ashes)... but I wasn't sure how to make them work in the article. Maybe someone else can try working the information in.
Hey Brad! Thanks for finding where that Sigourney Weaver image came from. The person who uploaded it here said he got it from a tumblr, and a Google image search brought me no results, so thank you for digging deeper ;)