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HEY HEY RECENT CHANGES PATROLLERS, READ AND REPLY AND SPAM THIS AROUND!!![edit]

Yo. I've a request.

Somebody teach people to use

Foo[1] bar[2] baz[3].

  1. ^ Foo foo foo.
  2. ^ Bar bar bar.
  3. ^ Baz baz baz.

in place of inline, unnamed references, which clutter the article prose when they include web citations. It makes source editing really hard. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 83.6.167.30 (talk) 18:20, 26 May 2014 (UTC)