Another welcome from me. I hope you won't stop editing for the sole reason that an admin has a different view. Just take it as an opportunity to sharpen your arguments. Maybe you can Make a personal copy as suggested in Wikipedia:Writing_better_articles#Other_issues and give a notice in the Talk page to start a discussion. --Swen 13:04, 27 May 2009 (UTC) —Preceding unsigned comment added by Swen (talk • contribs)
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