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Okay, I've finished a copyedit on the article. A number of the links used were unofficial blogs or dead, but what was left was good for citing a number of parts in the article. I know it's a lot shorter, but this keeps us neat & tidy with the facts we can verify through reliable sources. I've also cleaned up a few of the remaining external links that are relevant.
As to the picture, I suggest Otherdrop1, as claiming to be her parent, to take a picture and upload it here. That way, it will comply with Wikipedia's image rules.
If anyone has any concerns with the changes, feel free to comment here. -- Kesh 19:22, 24 October 2007 (UTC)
I think the fact that she speaks three languages fluently and is learning a fourth, is a remarkable feat for someone so young, and should be re-included in this article Cattona (talk) 11:30, 6 December 2007 (UTC)
You're right about that; go to her site's resume section and you'll see this: ENGLISH (native), RUSSIAN (native), FRENCH (fluent).... Blake Gripling (talk) 08:12, 1 February 2008 (UTC)