User talk: Joyride3
Friendly Reminder[edit source]
This is the only time I will say this. We expect you to read and follow the Rules, guidelines and tips. Your pages (that one cannot call "articles") do not follow most of these: they are very short, have zero references backing their content up, have no formatting whatsoever, lack fundamental features such as infoboxes and categories, don't follow naming conventions at all, have plagiarised segments poorly disguised, etc.
You cannot simply write two paragraphs and say "I started the article, fix it for me" and expect people to fully flesh it out. When you do this, the most probable outcome is your page being deleted - this has already happened at least twice (from what I've seen, there may have been more), not counting the page I just deleted.
My suggestion: take your time to read the aforementioned rules, study your wiki code (if you don't know how to do it, take other pages as examples and practice by previewing your changes), actually research your media and take your time to write a good article. If you keep up starting pages for the sake of starting pages, we won't have a choice other than blocking you for a certain period of time.