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Days of the week articles
Hey NssJ, thanks for your contributions to Grand Theft Wiki. However, I must ask you, is really necessary to have articles for each individual day of the week? They are all pretty short articles with little to no content and there isn't much to tell about each other than it's number in the week.--MrLanceVanceDance 06:43, 6 October 2011 (BST)
I'm pretty sure there is more stuff in GTA 4 that is only on set days, just cant remember details off hand. that would add more info. I know we have articles for time, years, weather, etc. that seem somewhat trivial, but as a whole tie together. I think once I get past imports and exports, have those vehicle lists to add, and more rare vehicle spawnings, they should start filling out more. I'm noticing it takes a strange combination of weekday, location, time, and vehicle driven to spawn certain things. I mainly just want to add as much vehicle locating info as possible from all angles i guess, and preferably without adding 10 lines to each vehicle location section. How about i put some of those "this article needs more info" flags on all of them, and see what anyone else might add, and what i get in the next few weeks... if still not enough, then delete them. --NssJ 04:41, 7 October 2011 (BST)