User talk:Darkskyz

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Re: Ophelia move[edit]

I know about that discussion but it happened fairly long ago with just only 4 editors taking part in and they gave no relevant reasons (or it makes sense can be considered relevant one). Moreover, Ophelia implies many things, why must it redirect to the character? I just came across this page when I initially typed "Ophelia" to search the moon of Uranus and it appeared to be the character. I see other similar pages, like Belinda or Miranda (both contains characters) etc. stand as a disambig page. That's why I moved it. I see you didn't join the poll. What about your idea? AW 09:36, 16 April 2007 (UTC)

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ArbCom elections are now open![edit]

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