User talk:Curious1i

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Thanks Rick!
I really appreciate your help, especially the very good five pillars article which I had not come across yet -- I've added it to the Wikipedia Tutorial.
As I've watched others in their edits, I've realized that I was being too cautious in trying to follow all/most of the policies/guidelines/etc.  :-(
-- Curious1i 05:16, 28 November 2005 (UTC)


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