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- Ha, it's you again! So I didn't have to place this note here, since you know the rules of the game, haha. Look, you need to make a little bit better of a case on that talk page. I'll leave a note there, a kind of manual to how such things should be done (my opinion, of course). As for our previous run-in, DagosNavy was rightly blocked and then righteously unblocked (again, my opinion). Niemti, well, what can I say. Their actions aren't worthy of respect, but they don't rise to being blockable, certainly not in the eyes of the community; I have made my disapproval quite clear, I believe. I have some more opinions but I'd rather keep them to myself. You know that if you had an account (or if you used it) you'd be in a better position, rightly or wrongly--you'd be in a position like Niemti, more or less. Off to the talk page. Drmies (talk) 22:12, 13 February 2014 (UTC)
- I chose a different route on that talk page, by hatting the entire (final) section. Sorry, but my admin hat made me delete that one comment, since it's simply too personal (in our way of defining these things). I can appreciate the argument, but not how it's phrased. I also appreciate what you said about me as an editor, but that's a double-edged sword, as you are no doubt aware. Best, Drmies (talk) 19:02, 18 February 2014 (UTC)
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- words "Well, some of the crowd are on the pitch. They think it's all over. Well it is now"). The British band [[The Dentists]] called their first album ''Some People are on the Pitch They
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- Maybe don't revert for no reason. "Try the talk page" and "It's an FA" are not reasons. The first one in particular is just inane. See WP:REVEXP: "Provide a valid and informative explanation including, if possible, a link to the Wikipedia principle you believe justifies the reversion". 220.127.116.11 (talk) 23:03, 20 February 2014 (UTC)
Your recent edits to "List of circulating currencies"
Hello! The reason there are two rows for Ecuador is because Ecuador uses both the United States dollar and local centavo coins. These are two separate currencies. As for Chile, I understand that the centavo is not used in practice anymore, but it still the fractional unit of the currency, even if it is effectively obsolete. There are many currencies on the list whose fractional units are obsolete, but they are nonetheless included for the purposes of the list. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me. Regards, – Zntrip 00:04, 21 February 2014 (UTC)
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