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Well, I was the original creator, but it has since been edited by many people. If you see a mistake, please by all means fix it -- Earl Andrew - talk 01:54, 9 January 2006 (UTC)

All you need is MS Paint. Everyone has it. That's what I made the map in originally. -- Earl Andrew - talk 01:56, 9 January 2006 (UTC)


like where? you sent my ip a message.

part 2Edit

well my real ip 169.***.**.** is hidden. my isp's cover ip series and several others starting with 203 are what you see. you are probaly right, for many a times I have recieved messages from ip-blocking servives telling my ip is banned for spam.

List of interesting or unusual place namesEdit

Following a deletion review, the page was relisted on Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/List of interesting or unusual place names (2nd nomination). -- User:Docu


Based on what I've seen from you on AfD, I think that you might have something to add to the discussion at Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Cart00ney. I'd appreciate you weighing in on the matter in either direction. Savidan 18:15, 14 February 2006 (UTC)

Posting messages for usersEdit

Hello. I just noticed that you posted a message on Defender7's user page that should be on his talk page. I make this mistake sometimes, but please make sure to use the talk page to warn users, etc. Otherwise, they will not be notified that they have new messages. Thanks and happy editing. VincentGross 09:34, 20 February 2006 (UTC)

  • Hey, it's no problem. As I've said before, I make that mistake alot... It's quite understandable when you are working very hard to keep Wikipedia credible. Thanks for all your contributions. VincentGross 09:40, 20 February 2006 (UTC)

Please clarifyEdit

I received the following message from you while browsing Wikipedia:

"Please stop adding nonsense to Wikipedia. It is considered vandalism. If you would like to experiment, use the sandbox. Thank you."

Many users use this computer. Could you please be specific with what 'nonsense' and 'vandalism' you are talking about? Your accusation is quite vague.

Request AssistanceEdit

Please intervene in the Maryland situation, where WillC has once again deleted sourced information that he does not happen to like. Thank you. History21

Request More AssistanceEdit

If you could convert the sources again, that would be lovely. I've just added more that WillC took off because they disagreed with his opinions. Thank you. Please read carefully and LOOK AT THE SOURCES before deciding to be delete-happy. Thank you again for being so helpful.


Reflect Both Sides Without Favoring EitherEdit

This is what you say we should do regarding the Maryland article. It is unfair, however, to give the Southern side artificial representation when, in the world outside of online Wikipedia debates, Maryland is almost universally considered a Northern state. I've lived in both Maryland and Virginia and can tell you that the two states (even including Northern Virginia) are like night and day. Wikipedia is meant to be an encyclopedia, and as such should present an account of things as they actually are. I mean, come on, no one in the real world would seriously dispute that Maryland is a Northern state. The whole idea that it's part of the South is just plain insanity!

History21 12:42, 8 May 2006 (UTC)History21

P.S. Check out the ponytail article. It seems to have possibly been messed with, although I don't want to remove anything until it's been discussed.

Today's featured articleEdit

Just wanted to let you know a featured article you worked on, 0.999..., was featured today on the Main Page. Tobacman 00:33, 25 October 2006 (UTC)

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