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LEO, LEO...[edit]

GET A DICTIONARY ("DICTIONARIO") AND TRANSLATE ("TRADURRE"): LEO when will you stop? Do I really have to go to the Admins again? I don't think they'll just semi-block the article again. You're comical warnings have inspired me, ONE LAST WARNING: STOP. DIREKTOR 18:10, 18 July 2007 (UTC)


Actually no, it isn't. For starters Wikipedia isn't a country. We don't have laws. Ergo, it isn't "illegal" to remove warnings. It isn't even against our relevant policies. Suggesting that it is is wrong and generally just makes what is likely a contentious situation worse. Please refrain from warning other editors about their actions when you don't understand the policy.--Isotope23 18:55, 18 July 2007 (UTC)