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August 7: Assyrian Martyrs Day (1933)

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Le Griffon[edit]

Is Le Griffon launched in 1678 or 1679? The page for August 7th conflicts with the page for Le Griffon. These types of errors are prevalent all throughout wikipedia and often make me doubt the validity of the material.


Is it just me, or is this not appropriate for this page: Neolux 06:57, 7 Aug 2003 (UTC)

Carcism, originated in Oklahoma City, OK. created by the web site on Aug. 7th, 2003 at 1:01AM.


Carcism: (1) The discriminatory and judgmental nature of a cop and/or authority used to stop vehicles based on their look or outward appearance, without cause to actually stop the vehicle. (2) Cops stopping vehicles, especially Hondas and race inspired cars based on their look. (3) The discriminatroy action taken against a commuter based on the outer appearance of their car. came up with the term Carcism after studying the behavior of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma police officers.


DeviantART removed. Not on the level of importance with the remaining list.

It is the largest art community on the internet with over a million users. Id say that makes it pretty important. Kamiawolf 18:35, 22 May 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]


I removed "successful" from this sentence (after "announces the" and before "bombing." I realize "successful" implies that the U.S. hit its target and the bomb exploded (although they really weren't sure how big the explosion would be), but, I'm no political correctness nut, but I find it just a bit old-fashioned to characterize a nuclear bombing of civilians as a "successful" action. I also corrected a typographical error in the entry regarding Iraq (the spelling of slaughtered was missing a "t"; "slaughter" is another provocative war, but I don't know whether the events of this event are in dispute or not).-- 18:55, 7 August 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]

BC Day[edit]

Isn't BC Day the first Monday in August, not a specific date that falls on a Tuesday this year? Blueguy76 17:02, 7 August 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Russia - Georgia wrong date[edit]

If it wasn't the 7 August, what date did Russia intervene? Regards Ijanderson977 (talk) 07:34, 13 August 2008 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Russia entered South Ossetia on August 8. (According to the linked support in Georgia.) -- Mufka (u) (t) (c) 08:15, 13 August 2008 (UTC)Reply[reply]

South Ossetia didn't belong to Russia. It declared its independence from Georgia in 1990s. Georgia tried to conquer South Ossetia but Russia protected it. The independence of South Ossetia is accepted by several countries, including Russia. You wrote wrong that Georgia tried to reclaim South Ossetia from Russia. (User talk:Skoglund)

The linked Macbeth page disagrees with this page[edit]

1606 – The first documented performance of Macbeth, at the Great Hall at Hampton Court. This links through to Macbeth which says: "The earliest account of a performance of what was likely Shakespeare's play is April 1611"

I can't find any citation for the 7 August 1606 performance. AkaSylvia (talk) 15:10, 9 August 2010 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Yah, the Date and text section of the Macbeth article seems to directly contradict this 1606 claim. I have removed it. Thanks for pointing it out. Winston365 (talk) 21:13, 9 August 2010 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Emily Anderson[edit]

The page lists her as being born August 7, 1998. The link to her Wiki page has her born neither on August 7, nor in 1998.

Emily Anderson, OBE (March 1891 – October 1962) was a British Foreign Office official and scholar of German.

Dr hilto (talk) 23:51, 6 February 2013 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Vanity entry. Can be removed on sight. No need for discussion. -- Mufka (u) (t) (c) 00:19, 7 February 2013 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Linked Thor Heyerdahl page contradicts this page[edit]

The August 7 page entry for Thor Heyerdahl (1947 event) states that his journey was 7000 kilometers (4300 mi), but the article about him gives the distance as 8000 km (5000 mi). TravelinTexan (talk) 00:55, 7 August 2021 (UTC)Reply[reply]