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i think that you are making a mistake i did not copyright anyones work i o not claim the ownership

February 2014[edit]

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i looked up the new album and knew it was needed and i am not sure what a reliable source looks like

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can i please just give the sentence in the first paragraph
No, your statement is false. Please don't keep putting it back. Dbfirs 08:38, 23 February 2014 (UTC)

i wanted to sh everyone the first dy of spring how ca i do it without getting it wrong (first paragraph maybe)

May I suggest that you read the article and learn from it instead of adding false information. Please note that you should NOT add the falsehood back for a third time as this might be interpreted as vandalism. Dbfirs 12:05, 24 February 2014 (UTC)

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how am i suppose to include a link in a simple paragraph

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right my bad i was trying to give them pages for just you know

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well maybe you should give that information out on when is the first day of spring?

There is no "first day of spring". It varies by region, as stated in the article. It's already spring where I live. Kansas City is not the whole world. Dbfirs 09:15, 11 March 2014 (UTC)

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i was trying to say that it s not mine it is complete gnc picture as the owneer?

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i couldn really get a good amount of information yet i was looking realy hard and want it to e good for wiki

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Your edits[edit]

Hi there. I just reverted a few of your edits because you added links to articles that didn't exist. When you add wiki brackets around a word, you need to check first to make sure there's actually an article. Also, it's generally not appropriate to link to words that don't have any meaning to the article (as I just did). At the top of this page there is a welcome. Please have a look at some of the links in it. Thanks. Magnolia677 (talk) 05:37, 10 May 2014 (UTC)

i was trying to create a new article from the bracket being put there i didnt have any other way of doing it — Preceding unsigned comment added by Thephil12312 (talkcontribs) 22:09, 10 May 2014

I saw a link to the word "impossible". That's probably why I wrote that. To make a new article, type the word into the search box exactly as you want it in the article, eg. "Impossible (Fred Smith song)". If there's no article by that name, you'll see a red link in the middle of the page. Click on it and it will give you a blank page by that title which, when saved, will be a new article. Good luck! Magnolia677 (talk) 02:44, 11 May 2014 (UTC)

You also just linked to Syboll Nation in the SEEALSO section of Anti-bullying legislation‎ which is not appropriate according to our manual of style. See also links should be related to the article topic and the target articles should exist.- MrX 18:58, 12 May 2014 (UTC)

i was trying to add more ant bullying foundation dont worry

Replaceable fair use File:Fort minor rapper.jpg[edit]

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i was just trying to make a new picture up thats all i dont own it it is for fair use it belong to him

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i was trying to show his filmography

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right ill try harder

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i tried to use my wn words but had a hard time explaining it

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i was trying to show every their complication albums

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this is gonna be hard

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In the absence of any response, I've nominated it for deletion. You are welcome to contribute to the deletion discussion. Regards. DH85868993 (talk) 06:48, 28 August 2014 (UTC)

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