I wanted to apologize to you for the Robert Hawkins thing, every December 5 I am moved because I knew him. The question on the ref desk was badly-intended and rightly closed. I truly apologize. I hope you forgive me and we can work together on Wikipedia. Keeeith (talk) 20:53, 5 December 2012 (UTC)
2012–2013 Cypriot financial crisisEdit
I created the consequences subsection for editors to write about various consequences of the Eurozone/IMF Cyprus deal (a subset of consequences (including public reactions) of the 2012–2013 Cypriot financial crisis as a whole).
I've only contributed one sentence to the new subsection, but there are many other consequences that deserve to be covered.
Would you care to discuss this matter? I've added a section on the talk page: Talk:2012–2013_Cypriot_financial_crisis#Consequences_subsection_in_Eurozone.2FIMF_deal
I notice you've been editing Wikipedia since (at least) May 3, 2012, so I trust that you're familiar with the various Wikipedia:Policies_and_guidelines, and that you know you are welcome to contribute to the continuous improvement of these policies.
I noticed you deleted my writing describing substantial increased interest in bitcoin as it relates to the Eurozone/IMF Cyprus deal, citing "spam" and "rmv bitcoin alusion. No serious source." However it is not spam per WP:WPSPAM and please define what you mean by "serious source" as it pertains to WP:V. (Sources of my sentence now include Forbes, ABC News, Businessweek, Bloomberg, etc.)
I look forward to finding a way to work with you in building a better article on this significant topic.
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Did the NazisEdit
Just wanted to let you know that I left a reply at your ref desk thread. It won't show up on your watchlist since the thread has already been archived. Cheers! Evanh2008 (talk|contribs) 02:08, 19 August 2013 (UTC)
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