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The Babel boxes have been renamed to conform to a new scheme. Please remake your boxes or change the references to fit with the new standard format. The old boxes will be deleted. Ask me any questions on my talk page. Thanks! --Cromwellt|talk 03:47, 29 April 2006 (UTC)
We just stick to Wikipedia:Administrators. You can list incidents and requests for assistance in the 'Current issues and requests' section. However, if it's just a quick job that needs doing you may be better just contacting someone directly via their talk page. Thanks, Archer7 | talk 16:17, 23 June 2006 (UTC)
- Hi there. Don't feel bad that your page stayed on RfD so long. The system here isn't quite as efficient or quick about doing those kinds of things. Your article was obviously going to stay a long time before it was finally kept. Oh, and congrats on it surviving RfD. Obviously I won't nominate it again, and if someone else does, I'll point out that it survived the previous nomination. No hard feelings I hope. Best of luck. --Cromwellt|talk|contribs 13:02, 3 August 2006 (UTC)
Cleaning up redirectsEdit
I am cleaning up the links to the redirect 'United States of America' and linking them to the proper article 'United States'. Your user page is one of the pages that links the redirect page. As I don't like to edit other peoples personal page, I am requesting that you edit it to [ [United States] ]. Your help in this matter would be most appreciated. Creol 08:18, 24 October 2006 (UTC)
Konnichiwa. (That's Japanese for "Hello.") Ogenki desu ka? (That's Japanese for "How are you?") So you want to learn more languages, do you? (That's English for "So you want to learn more languages, do you?") Here is a suggestion. Unforgettable Languages. When you're learning words, there's a sentence to help you remember that word. Here's an example. The Arabic word for "fish" is "samakah." [sah-mack-ah] To remember, just imagine you smack a fish. Of course, you can just get any self-study language course. Panda Bear 22:01, 9 August 2007 (UTC)