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Regarding edits to Basque language[edit]

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"Removed bullshit"[edit]

I don't think it's correct to describe the material you removed in this edit as "bullshit". The "bell-shaped curve" or normal distribution was originally discovered by Abraham de Moivre in the early 18th century. He wrote about it in his book The Doctrine of Chances. He used it to find, by a surprisingly efficient method, the probability distribution of the number of times a "fair" coin turns up "heads" when tossed 1800 times. Michael Hardy (talk) 18:25, 11 August 2009 (UTC)

"Removed nonsense"[edit]

In this edit, you edit summary was "Removed nonsense". Someone placed the {{advert}} tag there a while back, and some cleanup may have taken place since then but neglected to remove it; by that token, I often opt to leave to another editor to remove, for reasons of objectivity. I don't think your edit summary was either friendly or appropriate. Thanks for your attention. Ohconfucius ¡digame! 02:02, 11 November 2009 (UTC)

Taking Tiger Mountain[edit]

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Conflict of interest[edit]

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