Hi, I'm the one who keeps on removing the stuff you add to the Australia's Surfing Life article.
Wikipedia is a encyclopedia, so the articles have to be serious - the short version I keep putting it back to does that by sawing what the magazine is. The other bits you add are something that belongs elsewhere like your own website. WP:NOTADVERTISING has more about why. Wongm (talk) 10:03, 15 July 2008 (UTC)
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