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Please note that you are not entitled to reversions. The Three Revert Rule is an upper ceiling, not an entitlement, and per policy tendentious reversion can result in administrative punishment. It is best to work out your differences rather than edit war. If the third opinion was not satisfactory, I recommend that you open a request for comment or seek guidance at the Mediation Cabal. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask; I'll answer as best as I can and try to help out as time permits. Captainktainer * Talk 02:22, 22 August 2006 (UTC)

I responded to you mostly because I saw that you were keeping track of reverts, which is a very, very bad way to try to resolve a dispute. I will remind him of the same thing. Captainktainer * Talk 02:32, 22 August 2006 (UTC)
I'm not entirely sure right now. As time permits, I'll look over the article and evaluate the information, rendering my opinion as best as I know how. I can however promise you that it won't be immediate; I have a lot of work to do tomorrow. As another matter, it seems that you and Jimmuldrow are engaged in disputes on a number of pages. The fact that it extends across several pages means that the dispute is starting to get a little out of hand; I fear we might even be beyond the point where a nice cup of tea and a sit down will make everything right. I think it might be best if we just all keep cool and remember that Wikipedia, while cool, is not the ultimate arbiter of truth; it's okay if the Wrong Version is up for a while while we all work things out :-) Captainktainer * Talk 02:57, 22 August 2006 (UTC)