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MfD nomination of Wikipedia:Articles for creation/LimmyEdit

I've nominated Wikipedia:Articles for creation/Limmy, a page you created, for deletion. Your opinions on the matter are welcome; please participate in the discussion by adding your comments at Wikipedia:Miscellany for deletion/Wikipedia:Articles for creation/Limmy and please be sure to sign your comments with four tildes (~~~~). You are free to edit the content of Wikipedia:Articles for creation/Limmy during the discussion but should not remove the miscellany for deletion template from the top of the page; such removal will not end the deletion discussion. Thank you. Hersfold (t/a/c) 21:03, 12 September 2007 (UTC)

Debt-based monetary systemEdit

Word by word. Line by line. Or it goes up again. Soon. Karmaisking (talk) 04:32, 11 December 2007 (UTC)

Debt money and debt-based monetary systemEdit

Frankly, I should have supported delete in the earlier discussion. There is now an AfD for Debt money, and discussion about both the debt-based monetary system article and the editor in question. If you are still interested, your participation would be welcome. I also note that the behaviour of the editor in question does not appear to have changed much, and there appears to be multiple names.--Gregalton (talk) 18:58, 28 December 2007 (UTC)

I rec'd your note - will reply there (briefly while limited access). Best--Gregalton (talk) 04:11, 4 January 2008 (UTC)

Once upon a time...Edit

... you said "I wish to seek out sources that discuss the supply of debt, and its relationship to money growth, government and private organisations and economic crises." If you're in the U.S. then you might find some useful info in the Monetary policy of the United States article. If you're not in the U.S. it may still be somewhat applicable to your research. Cheers, BigK HeX (talk) 06:28, 12 February 2008 (UTC)