User talk:Pavuvu

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Hello and welcome to Wikipedia! We appreciate encyclopedic contributions, but some of your recent edits, such as the ones to the page World War III, do not conform to our policies. For more information on this, see Wikipedia's policies on vandalism and limits on acceptable additions. If you'd like to experiment with the wiki's syntax, please do so in the "sandbox" rather than in articles.

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Thank you for welcoming me.

I do not quite understand how my recent edit to WW3 was against the rules. I simply spotted something which in my mind was rather out of order and was un-sourced. Perhaps I should have waited for someone to explain why it was there before I removed it the first time, but the second and third times it turned up again there was only one user who argued for keeping it. S/he didn't seem to be very enthustiastic about sticking around the subject, or providing any sources or even replies after only a few answers from me, and thus I thought it best to keep the Pristina incident away. Then an IP (190.23.108.248) user made several edits, including one that added it again without explaining a single one of them in the talk page, and I noticed him/her of why it had been removed in the first place, after which I proceeded to remove it again. I don't wish to complain, but I don't understand how I can have done anything wrong in this case, especially considering that no one seemed to object to the Pristina incident going away in the talk page. Pavuvu (talk) 22:15, 26 January 2012 (UTC)

Re: Talk:Triangle of Death (Iraq)#Sources[edit]

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Hello, Pavuvu. You have new messages at Talk:Triangle_of_Death_(Iraq).
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