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A belated welcome![edit]

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Again, welcome! Ifnord (talk) 01:54, 20 January 2012 (UTC)

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Combining footnotes[edit]

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February 2012[edit]

Your addition to David Rocker (American football) has been removed, as it appears to have added copyrighted material to Wikipedia without permission from the copyright holder. For legal reasons, we cannot accept copyrighted text or images borrowed from other websites or printed material; such additions will be deleted. You may use external websites or publications as a source of information, but not as a source of article content such as sentences or images. Wikipedia takes copyright violations very seriously and persistent violators will be blocked from editing. Eagles 24/7 (C) 18:22, 1 February 2012 (UTC)

Your edits[edit]

Please refrain from adding section headings for short stubs. Also, please note that career is not spelled "carreer." Eagles 24/7 (C) 04:45, 2 February 2012 (UTC)

It's "career," not "carreer." Please stop spelling it wrong. Eagles 24/7 (C) 05:55, 10

no problem. February 2012 (UTC)

If you continue to ignore my warnings, you will be blocked from editing. Eagles 24/7 (C) 05:58, 10 February 2012 (UTC)
  • Please stop adding section headings for short stubs, as you did here. Having one sentence in a section is not helpful for readers. Eagles 24/7 (C) 00:10, 11 February 2012 (UTC)
  • Also, please do not remove redlinks from articles unless you know for sure it would not be a notable article. Eagles 24/7 (C) 00:12, 11 February 2012 (UTC)
  • If you continue to remove valid redlinks, a block may be in order to get your attention. Last warning. Eagles 24/7 (C) 02:48, 11 February 2012 (UTC)

Red links were no supported i will work harder at investigating the cause thankyou for your help.

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March 2012[edit]

You have been blocked indefinitely from editing for violating copyright policy by copying text or images into Wikipedia from another source without verifying permission. You have been previously warned that this is against policy, but have persisted. If you would like to be unblocked, you may appeal this block by adding the text {{unblock|reason=Your reason here ~~~~}}, but you should read the guide to appealing blocks first. Moonriddengirl (talk) 15:35, 25 March 2012 (UTC)

You were notified on February 1st of our copyright policies and issued a block warning. Not only did you ignore this, but I see no evidence that you have ever submitted original text to Wikipedia. For instance, you added this to Scott Grimando on 19 February 2012:

was born in New York in 1968 and was lucky enough to be encouraged at a young age to pursue his artistic skills and imagination.Scotts Father was also a painter so there was plenty of inspiration around the house for young scott to learn from.By fourteen he was studying privately under Harold Stevenson, one of the few protégées of Norman Rockwell. By nineteen Scott had landed his first illustrator position.Grimando's work includes the cover of Hannibal's Children.His work is showcased in several prestigious galleries around the country including the Discovery Galleries, The Chalk Farm Gallery, and The Hampton Road Gallery.His strong following of avid fans and collectors has lead to the publication of his first art book called, The Art of the Mythical Woman, Lucid Dreams. The book is a look into his creative process as well as a beautiful collection of the fantasy and fairy art he's so well known for.

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was born in New York in 1968 and was lucky enough to be encouraged to pursue his artistic skills and imagination. By fourteen he was studying privately under Harold Stevenson, one of the few protégées of Norman Rockwell. By nineteen Scott had landed his first illustrator position.... Since then he's been showcased in several prestigious galleries around the country including the Discovery Galleries, The Chalk Farm Gallery, and The Hampton Road Gallery. His strong following of avid fans and collectors has lead to the publication of his first art book called, The Art of the Mythical Woman, Lucid Dreams. The book is a look into his creative process as well as a beautiful collection of the fantasy and fairy art he's so well known for.

On 14 February, you added the following content to Cam Cleeland:

After retiring from the St. Louis Rams in 2006, Cameron became a [firefighter/EMT]] for the Big Lake Fire district #9. He has also appeared on numerous television and radio shows with Fox Sports Northwest, KRKO, ESPN Radio and Sports Radio 950 KJR providing professional football analysis and incite. Cameron is the founder/owner of All 4 Quarters Sports & Gametime Northwest.com, partnered with Entertainment Extreme fundraising, which focuses on fundrasing for team sports in the State of Washington.

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After retiring from the NFL in 2006, Cam became a firefighter/EMT for his local fire department Big Lake Fire district #9. He has also done numerous television and radio appearances on Fox Sports Northwest, KRKO, ESPN Radio and Sports Radio 950 KJR providing football analysis and incite. Cam currently is the founder/owner of All 4 Quarters Sports & Gametime Northwest.com, partnered together with Entertainment Extreme fundraising, which focuses on team sports fundrasing for the State of Washington.

On 26 February, you added the following content to Meiway:

His father, a sales representative in a local business, was an amateur accordionist and his mother often sang in the choir of her local Catholic Church. Both of his parents were also members of several local groups. It was therefore quite natural that Frederic started singing in church around the age of nine and continued to do so until he was sixteen.Meiway was influenced by his own ethnic group the N'Zema (also called Appolo), but also by numerous other styles from the Ivory Coast or neighbouring countries such as Ghana. This original musical synthesis is made up of modern sounds and is danced to with a white handkerchief as a sign of joy and purity.

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His father, a sales representative in a local business, was an amateur accordionist and his mother often sang in the choir of her local Catholic Church. Both of his parents were also members of several local groups. It was therefore quite natural that Frederic started singing in church around the age of nine and continued to do so until he was sixteen....Meiway was influenced by his own ethnic group the N'Zema (also called Appolo), but also by numerous other styles from the Ivory Coast or neighbouring countries such as Ghana. This original musical synthesis is made up of modern sounds and is danced to with a white handkerchief as a sign of joy and purity.

Because you cannot be permitted to continue doing this, I have indefinitely blocked your account. If you wish to appeal, I would strongly recommend you read Wikipedia:Copy-paste and the linked guidelines and policies first. I do not think you should be unblocked unless you can provide some good reason to believe that you will respect these important policies going forward. --Moonriddengirl (talk) 15:39, 25 March 2012 (UTC)