Actually, I think I'll remove the deletion suggestion from the article. According to wikipedia and this page (http://www.accuracyproject.org/cbe-Wasserman,Lew.html), the date has the birth of someone born on the day, though it was originally state on here that he was born March 13. Antiyonder (talk) 23:59, October 21, 2014 (UTC)
- Sounds good to me. Thanks! Tonyruscoe (talk) 07:44, October 22, 2014 (UTC)
Could use a second opinion on this picture.
This comes from The Simpsons episode "When You Dish Upon a Star" and the picture is of Homer trying to pitch a script to some stars which involves time travel. Now would you say that the drawing in the square on the right looks like the Flux Capacitor? Antiyonder (talk) 23:47, October 22, 2014 (UTC)
- Yes, it does a bit! Given the plot of the episode, that surely can't be a coincidence. Can it? Tonyruscoe (talk)
Re: Which comes first: 'Behind the scenes' or 'Actuality'?
Just thought I'd drop you a line to thank you for the layout suggestion for pages relating to 2015 you left on Riffsyphon1024's talk page in reply to my post.
It'll come in very useful for when I create any new pages for Futurepedia, and I've printed myself off a copy for reference.
With regard as to whether the second section should be called 'Actuality' or 'Real world', I personally prefer the former, and have been changing the heading accordingly when I come across it. As far as I know, no-one's ever changed it back, so I'd say 'Actuality' is now the accepted title. I hope this helps.
Since Back to the Future Fan Club magazine 1 came out in Winter of 1990, wouldn't that mean the following issues came out in 1991 (rather than 1990 as mentioned on the articles? Antiyonder (talk) 11:19, January 10, 2015 (UTC)
- Not at all. Winter generally corresponds to December, January and February, so issue #1 was the first issue of 1990. I have a copy of the first issue which clearly states “Winter 1990” as the publication date, and if you search the web for the other magazine covers, you can see they state “#2 Spring/1990”, “Summer #3, ’90” and, finally, “Fall #4”. Tonyruscoe (talk) 22:16, January 10, 2015 (UTC)