User talk:Demomoke

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AbbeyRoadZebraCrossingRevisited.jpg Hi! I've seen you around on The Beatles' articles... Would you consider becoming a member of WikiProject The Beatles, a WikiProject which aims to expand and improve coverage of The Beatles on Wikipedia? Please feel free to join us.
Abbey Road... You're not in this picture... yet!

--kingboyk 04:19, 25 April 2006 (UTC)

Petty style issue[edit]

I've noticed that you're abbreviating US state names, and using U.S.A instead of U.S.; the manual of style says don't do that (normally, of course, there are exceptions such as in tables). See Wikipedia:Manual_of_Style/Abbreviations#Special_considerations and WP:NOTUSA. Studerby (talk) 23:38, 19 July 2012 (UTC)

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