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This is my sandbox. If you're here, YOU SHOULDN'T BE. Go away. Shoo. I'm trying to experiment here.

   (pronounced /aɪ piː eɪ/)

This yields:

   (pronounced /aɪ piː eɪ/)

The shortcut:

   (pronounced /aɪ piː eɪ/ (deprecated template))

yields the same:

   (pronounced /aɪ piː eɪ/)

with the same link.

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’s Thi's user know's that not every word that end's with s need's an apostrophe and will remove misused apostrophe's from Wikipedia with extreme prejudice.
You and Me This user thinks that if you believe it is incorrect to use "you and me" as the object of a sentence, a little talk needs to be had by you and me...
they This user frequently uses singular they as it is a handy gender-neutral pronoun.

This user actually thinks that singular "they" is currently nonstandard but is good to use and ought to be officially integrated into standard prescribed English, but doesn't know how to make userboxes.

its & it’s This user understands the difference between its and it’s. So should you.
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message Minetruly (talk) 02:09, 27 February 2009 (UTC)


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It's my belief that most productive Wikipedians first arrive at the site wanting to do something that is against WP policy -- advance a point of view, cover something that doesn't meet the notability guideline, etc. We also often bring baggage from other Internet sites where the social norms or policies permit different kinds of behavior -- social networking activity, attacks, canvassing, what have you.
None of this makes us bad people, just people who have not yet fully absorbed the Wikipedia ethos.


We draw pictures in the sand. Between waves, someone might read a well-written article and be moved.


Part of editing for an encyclopedia is reducing extraordinary claims to ordinary fact.


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