Talk:Sylvia Tóth

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“Is that your wiki? yes No it's not, you're writing in it.”

~ Sylvia Tóth on Some user

HA! How fatuous! WHY?[edit]

Since you didn't sign again, M, I thought I'd rearrange the foregoing for aesthetic purposes - hope you don't mind! (We're going to have to build and install a "reminder-to-sign" browser extension for you.) This page stems from this edit by an AnonIP user who's almost certainly from the Netherlands Dimario 10:37, 9 March 2006 (UTC) who is indeed from the Netherlands, and who I sort of wish would register and participate more... So I guess you could say this article is my way of trying to get that person's attention, but not everything I write has to have a nefarious purpose or ulterior motive, even if most of it does. In this case, this is one of the world's richest women, and there's nothing about her in en.Wikipedia at all. There's a double-standard throughout Western society, IMHO, whereby rich industrialist men can become celebrities simply by being rich industrialists (Donald Trump, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs) but not rich women, who seemingly have to become celebrities first - Oprah, Martha Stewart, etc. to be noticed by the media. Part of that is because men tend to be more relentless at self-promotion, but I think there's more to it than that. So this is my microscopic contribution toward bringing some extra notoriety to some well-deserving people, or at least this one anyway!  c • > • cunwapquc? 15:03, 4 March 2006 (UTC)

I doubt it's a double standard (something non-quantifiable due to a lack of equal experimental groups or a control group)...more of a natural social phenomenon. 7% of the top 400 richest people are women. I think it has to do with the inherent differences that men and women define success, their self worth if you will. Anyway, I suppose this isn't the place for a debate so I will just leave it at that. I will see you at Toth in a few! -- – Mahroww a.k.a. Timothy Roe Sanière   00:10, 5 March 2006 (UTC)

It worked![edit]

As you can see, I've registered. But sometimes I forget to login before editing. I've done some work on two cows and the Zen page. And indeed, I hail from the far and distant city of Almery, located presently several feet below sea level but fortunately the dikes seem to hold. Dimario 10:37, 9 March 2006 (UTC)

As long as there are no Category 5 hurricanes, you should be okay... Anyway, I'm glad to meet you, Dimario! Probably a bit late to welcome you to Uncyclopedia, but either way, the site can always use more Dutch guys!  c • > • cunwapquc? 00:12, 10 March 2006 (UTC)
Thanks for the welcome. I'll try to keep up the good work. And we're more afraid of rising sealevels than of hurricanes over here. Also, I was thinking of adding another picture of Sylvia (any old picture would do) with a caption such as "Ms Tóth demonstrates her technique of scaring grue". Only I'm relative new at wikis, and also there's the matter of finding a picture that is not copyrighted. --Dimario 08:30, 10 March 2006 (UTC)

Castle Tóth[edit]

I added a picture of a decripit castle instead. I took it myself, so there is no copyright issue --di Mario 19:09, 12 March 2006 (UTC)

I might try to photoshop out the kitten in this photo and replace it with Sylvia somehow.
Heh... That's cool, thanks! I can't wait until it gets turned into a hotel/casino, so I can stay there on my next European vacation. There may still be some "juice" in this idea about the Grues...  c • > • cunwapquc? 19:22, 12 March 2006 (UTC)
Work on the castle is sceduled to recommence this year. Originally, it was intended to become a hotel / wedding location. The banker who extended the original loan killed himself in a car crash, and then it came to light that the loans issued for this endeavour were shaky. The unfinished castle was left dangling for quite some time. As it appears now, another consortium has taken over an will indeed finish building the castle. It is not clear wether they will implement its original function. I have tonnes and tonnes of pictures, and will continue to take new ones as it lies on my route between work and residence (weather permitting, I use a bicicle for transportation)
As for the "grue" connection...I found another picture (not free of copyright) of ms Tóth. As stated earlier, any old picture will do. The fun is in the pictures caption. Even if she is smiling into the camera, a caption including the words "scaring grue" would be neat hilarious.