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Occasional misjudgementsEdit

I often wonder why Ki-Adi-Mundi makes those misjudgements; refusing to believe the Sith have returned, refusing to believe Count Dooku could be capable of violence or murder, and refusing to believe Ahsoka Tano was innocent. I mean its a bit odd isn't it? He's said to be very wise and his species is said to be extremely intelligent.

I think the reason Mundi makes these misjudgements is because he pretty much always just thinks logically. He seems to use logic to argue against the truth; he argues that the return of the Sith is 'impossible' because (as far as the Jedi know), they have been extinct for a thousand years. He argues that Dooku is incapable of murder because he was once a Jedi and a 'political idealist'. And he basically seems to saying, like Tinn, that Ahsoka can't be innocent because the evidence is all against. I'm not saying its bad to think logically (i myself usually think logically), but one can't always rely on logic, sometimes one can be TOO logical, and some logics just don't work sometimes. User:Sam sparrow (User talk:Sam sparrow)

  • It does not matter what we think, what matters is what the sources say, we can't put our own thoughts and opinions into articles as that conflicts with the NPOV policy --Lewisr (talk) 23:23, June 9, 2017 (UTC)

I was just expressing my opinion, i never suggested that we put it in the article. And to say our opinions are 'irrelevant' or 'don't matter' is unfair and very disrespectful.User:Sam sparrow (User talk:Sam sparrow)

  • These pages are for discussing changes to the articles not giving your opinions of something. I meant when it comes to adding information to pages that it really doesn't matter what I think or what you think about the page, if we include our personal opinions that breaks the NPOV policy --Lewisr (talk) 10:45, June 16, 2017 (UTC)

Edit revertionEdit

I've already explained my reasons on the history page. I changed the 'for example' to 'one such example' because Darth Ruiz asked me to find another way of writing it. And he at first didn't disagree with the misjudgements.User:Sam sparrow (User talk:Sam sparrow)

  • I was ok with the way it was rewritten, although in my personal opinion I don't like to use the word example, but that's just me--DarthRuiz30 (talk) 23:46, June 9, 2017 (UTC)
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