You were unfortunately caught in a rangeblock I imposed to prevent a prolific, persistent and now banned vandal from editing here; my apologies for that. It will not happen again since we now know "who the good guys are". Happy editing! --Rodhullandemu 23:56, 5 July 2008 (UTC)
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