Generally when an admin reverts an edit you have made, you should ask them why instead of just overriding the admin's decision, which will only lead to the users involved repeatedly overriding each other's contributions. This is not only unconstructive, creating animosity between editors, but also a violation of the community rules.
Your edit was reverted (multiple times) because Diane Parker and Agnes Acme are frankly nothing alike. I fail to see any connection between the two aside from the fact that they are both "chiefs". The way you tried presenting your trivia piece as a fact certainly did not help your cause either, seeing as this is just your personal opinion, which should be avoided altogether in articles.
We appreciate you trying to help us out with your comment regarding where to discuss the latest case. While it is easier and discussions are more accessible on the teaser thread, there is little to no harm done in discussing it on the case page itself even before the case is released, so there's no need to post the notification.
Regarding your edits to Let Me Down Gently, The Higher You Rise, The Witching Hour, and A Study in Pink, they're completely unnecessary. The pages are already linked, you're just making them bigger than they should be. All the links are doing is just adding unnecessary characters and making unnecessary edits, so please stop. The reverts to your edits should have been notice enough, but the fact that you keep continuing them is making me think you don't. So please, enough with the edits to those pages, they're doing nothing to add anything relevant or useful.
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That's just temporary; it won't let you edit because you need to be a registered user on the site for at least 4 days to be able to edit pages, while it appears that you registered your account only 21 hours ago.