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Wow, maybe it's a generational thing, but I just got really annoyed just now, looking for this article (my disappointment at its size is another issue). Anyway, I think it's absurd that the author of one of the top selling non-fiction books of the 20th century isn't even accorded the courtesy of a dab page. Frankly, I'd go even further, and move this article to David Reuben, which is currently a redirect to David and Simon Reuben. For now, I'll hold off and give myself a week or two to ponder the matter before doing anything precipitous. But it just seems . . . well, stupid, that if the other David Reuben is in a shared article (with his brother), that the single name article is not attached to this single David Reuben, despite the current paucity of text in the article. (And the other article is no Faberge egg, either--it's mainly a listing of the holdings of these two exceptionally wealthy brothers--whom I had never heard of before today.) HuskyHuskie (talk) 15:09, 4 November 2012 (UTC)