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As you are aware, we held a long discussion concerning the perceived "dispute" about Reed, Welles and The Third Man. Consensus opinion among all the other editors was that it had been shown false and should be described as a popular misconception. Furthermore, the placement of the term "disputed" on templates and articles is wrong. Your continued edits from an IP address  to return "disputed" to the templates and articles against consensus are considered disruptive. Using an IP address to circumvent consensus is sockpuppetry and also a problem. If you persist, you will be blocked from further editing. Wikipedia functions through cooperative effort and consensus opinion -- despite individual personal POV. Please drop the disruptive behavior and move onto other more constructive editing. — CactusWriter |needles 06:56, 31 July 2009 (UTC)