Hi, if you want to get a message to me, this is a good place to start ... YojimboSan 02:37, 5 April 2006 (UTC)
- Well, I had assumed that the spoiler warning over the whole page still applied, but no harm in adding more I guess. YojimboSan 03:29, 15 April 2007 (UTC)
New Attestation for article on "May you live in interesting times"
Hi. I noticed that you contributed to the article about the phrase "May you live in interesting times". I found a new earlier attestation for the phrase in the book "The American Character" by Denis William Brogan published in 1944 by A. A. Knopf. I updated the talk page with this info. Here is a link to the Teleread blog that describes my efforts to find an earlier attestation. I am not sure what to do next since I have never worked on Wikipedia before. Should someone else check the attestation before any modifications to the article body? Thanks for any help you can provide. Garson 10:43, 17 April 2007 (UTC)
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