The answer is 42.
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Why did you remove the infobox from List of IBM products?
- Can't have all products/brands appear in the "NYSE companies" category. Having the infobox on the company page is informative enough. Should all brands/products be included in the exchange listed stocks category, it would become unreadable. The financial numbers are irrelevant to the product. Alepik (talk) 00:03, 28 February 2011 (UTC)
"Talk" About Missing Ears
Letting you know that I reverted your "People with missing ears" categories listing for Nikolas Schreck one last time on behalf of a collective of viewers/editors. However, I am not the one who reverted your other entries. We wanted to avoid unpleasant edit wars by providing a concise petition which has now been addressed to the Wiki Admins on that subject's "Talk" page.
Please visit that page to understand why we consider your addition of this categories listing to be insensitive, inappropriate, superfluous and potentially malicious/vandalism.
Naturally it's also rather insensitive to address other Wiki editors as "idiots"; we don't consider you an idiot for your many contributions to Wikipedia. Wikipedia is an open forum where everyone has the right to edit as they see fit according to the Wiki guidelines.
We trust after you read our collective explanation you will have a more comprehensive understanding of our reasoning that your categorisation, while technically factual, is not appropriate in this instance.
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Following up on your recent edit to Verizon Communications article
Hello Alepik, I noticed that earlier today you removed mention of NASDAQ from the Verizon Communications article. I can see your confusion looking at the NASDAQ webiste, but Verizon actually is dual listed on both the NYSE and NASDAQ, as discussed, for example, in this Business Insider article. Since Verizon is in fact dual listed, do you think you could undo your edit? I'm an employee of Verizon, so I never make any edits myself because of my conflict of interest. Thanks so much, VZBob (talk) 16:58, 13 December 2013 (UTC)