Eric Corbett , 20 March UTC I don't understand why you think I have such control over your thoughts and actions, but again it's entirely your creation. In no particular order: Someone needs to determine if the article should discuss Club Jenna or ClubJenna, because both are in evidence. For example: "Jameson writes in her autobiography that in October , when she was 16 years old and while the family was living on a cattle ranch in Fromberg, Montana, she was beaten with rocks and gang raped by four boys after a football game at Fromberg High School. Since then, other refs were added using the cite templates, and clearly someone tried to be helpful and tried to jam my longhand ref tags into the templates without parsing them apart first. There is also no mention of the hosting website or the publishing year in the citation. So now to be consistent there are roughly a hundred to go through. You've single-handedly contributed more towards its improvement than anyone other editor recently and that is appreciated.
Amelia. Age: 30.
Eric Corbett , 17 March UTC Since your comment lacks specificity, I'm not sure what you are seeing or not seeing to say that its poorly written.
Evelynn. Age: 27.
Wikipedia:Featured article review/Jenna Jameson/archive1
I know I've edited in the past otherwise it wouldn't be on my watch list. If you know, then you fix it. The second sentence is clunky and repetitive, and strictly speaking, it doesn't make sense.