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Your Talk page is yours to do with as you please. Message was intended just for you, in any case. Sad that you can see only nonsense, and nothing worth your consideration, but that is the state of things. Cheers. Le Prof
In reply to your talk my page also appearing immediately above
I have no clue as to who Flyer22 is in relation to the question of highlighting Talk text to make minority voices clearer, or what "refactoring" or "archiving" are, and what they have to do with highlighting. Here, brevity is your enemy; I am not chasing possible meanings down for you. This you need to clarify, significantly, to simply be understood. As for Padillah's statement, I have asked him to make clear what he wants, and when he does, I will act. As for your "protest", you can assuredly speak to what I do with your comments, but—as far as I see in the WPs, and as far as I have been counseled—not about what I do with other others' comments. I have highlighted none of your comments. I have queried all others, and will respond to their requests. It is, I understand, up to them, individually. (There is no overriding, firm policy, whatever you might think; this is what I am told.) So for now, I will await Padillah et al's replies, and yours if you care to say more. (But no action taken until.) Cheers. Le Prof
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ANKK1 and the mistitlted ANNK1 and addictive behaviors article
Hey Boghog, I figured I should probably run this by you before doing it. Is there any reason the latter article shouldn't be merged into the former? Seppi333 (Insert 2¢ | Maintained) 00:36, 4 September 2014 (UTC)