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Hello, again. Your additions to Wikipedia are welcomed, but please do not remove the work of others in the past without good reason. The May 2006 Controversy section to the NOSSA webpage is a valid and relevant issue pertaining to NOSSA as it is related in the text. I ask that you do not remove it in total, but if you have anything pertinent to add or edit to it, then please follow the Be Bold policy of Wikipedia and add/edit to it. Remember, though, that if you have reason to alter the page significantly, it would be best to talk about it first on the article's discussion page. If you have any comments, feel free to respond to me here or on my talk page. Thanks. ju66l3r 21:41, 17 July 2006 (UTC)
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I have tried to warn you nicely to leave this article alone or contribute to it in a positive manner. You continue to revisit it and blank either sections or the entire article and it continues to be reverted by other editors and automated vandalism detecting programs.
This is your last warning. The next time you blank a page, as you did to National Organization of Short Statured Adults, you will be blocked from editing Wikipedia. Please contribute in a non-destructive manner. Thank you. ju66l3r 16:42, 15 August 2006 (UTC)
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