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It was a privilege watching you edit Dennis Hastert on May 28, 2015. What a tour de force! Now that Hastert is suddenly back in the news, tens of thousands of readers will turn to Wikipedia for additional background. Very few, however, will appreciate how much you improved this BLP via prodigious research and lightning-fast revisions. Kudos for a brilliant job! Kent Krupa (talk) 05:53, 29 May 2015 (UTC)