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I am doing an article on Edward Mahon and my initial attempts have jammed up my sandbox. How do I clear the messed-up elements of the pasted-in template (from the simple guide) in order to start again? Why is there not some clear and easy way to do this, as beginners are bound to mess up, especially with your Be Bold! encouragement to try things out? I am pretty confident I could put the article together now if it were not for this impediment. And one more dumb thing: why show the end code in brackets; it took me half an hour to decide to remove them before I could activate the Ask my question button.Otmarpub (talk) 17:04, 30 January 2015 (UTC)


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Don Hamood
Hi everybody! My name is Hamad. I like Reading, Documentaries & History. And I owe it all to Wikipedia!. Ever since I Found it, Wikipedia has been like a temple for my mind. It has wide-opened my appetite for knowledge and culture , It helped in shaping my perspective on how I see the world and everything in it. it also made me more persuasive & eloquent. I'am interested in editing history related articles and making them more accurate. My Favorite quote is "Keep your eyes on the stars, and your feet on the ground." By Theodore Roosevelt.


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