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She made a number of tongue-in-cheek criticisms against the [[Samuel Pepys]] [[Wikipedia]] article in ''[[The Guardian]]'' on 24 October 2005, awarding the page a score of 6/10.<ref>[http://www.guardian.co.uk/g2/story/0,,1599116,00.html Guardian article Can you trust Wikipedia?, 24 October 2005 ]</ref> On 4 April 2009, Tomalin wrote to ''The Guardian'' and expressed facts on [[Thomas Hardy]]'s life. The letter was titled "A Poet to the End".
Yeah chuckle but not really notable enough for inclusion on Wikipedia. The article could be incorporated by citing something else in it, but just saying "Tomalin said something about Wikipedia once" isn't that important. See also WP:SUBJECT. Green Cardamom (talk) 18:26, 18 September 2012 (UTC)