Talk:Mariann Aalda

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I'm fairly convinced that this article is an autobiography, based on the following (admittedly circumstantial) evidence:

The creator of this article, Lady M, has also created the article Herotique-Aahh..., in which the character "Lady M" is portrayed by the subject of this article, Mariann Aalda.

If the information provided in the article is accurate and verifiable, then Ms.(?) Aalda certainly has no problem in meeting WP:BIO, but, as it states just above the edit box for new articles, "All articles written about yourself, your friends, your company, their business partners or products, or as part of a marketing or promotional campaign, may be deleted without further notice in accordance with our deletion policies." I don't think it should be deleted, but I do think someone else should create/edit the article(s). --Bugwit grunt / scribbles 17:09, 19 June 2006 (UTC)