User talk:AllenZh

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Thanks for naming the reference. i have read instructions on naming refs in this manner, and for some reason dont retain the info. I think you got the fixed link for your edit wrong, as when i clicked on it i went to an IP vandals edits, not yours. no big deal, and thanks for not suing me, though i guess you might have been able to win an award of my edit history (score!). I would prefer that you not directly edit my userpage, but if you wish to create a sandbox and copy it there, feel free. Ill probably like what you come up with, as i dont put much effort into formatting it. You are the second person who has wanted to edit my userpage. I agree its not up to professional design standards :).Mercurywoodrose (talk) 15:32, 20 June 2012 (UTC)

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