- I just find it a general annoyance to have to register and login to every site or service. As I've not generally needed an actual account here to contribute, and that my history is easy to access (this address is shared by few), it just never was necessary. The only downside has been the occasional semi-locked article, in which case I suggested changes on the talk page instead... If I eventually have more time to dedicate to Wikipedia, it might become handy to register an account and I'll consider it, though. Thanks for your concerns. 126.96.36.199 (talk) 01:14, 25 April 2013 (UTC)
Discuss with me?
I wanted to see if you were still an active Wikipedia editor and to invite you to discuss the renaming of the article Evidence of common descent. See: Talk:Evidence_of_common_descent#Article_Title and Talk:Evidence_of_common_descent#Requested_move_5_March_2016.
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