User talk:Entropy7

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Hey, welcome! I saw your note at Talk:Glutathione‎, that's great that you want to start a new article! I'm happy to help if you need any assistance or advice, just drop me a note on my talk page. One thing I like to do for a new article is to create it in a sandbox (you could do this in your userspace (that is, any page beginning with User:Entropy7/... such as User:Entropy7/Sandbox) for this article). That way I have plenty of time to get it how I like it before I move it to the main article space and anyone else messes with it. :P Also, if you're proud of how the article turns out, you could submit an interesting, referenced fact from it to WP:DYK and have a chance of it appearing on the main page. I'm happy to help with any of that if you like. Hope to see you around! Peace, delldot ∇. 20:22, 3 February 2009 (UTC)

Speedy deletion of Entropy7/glutathione supplements[edit]

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User:Entropy7/glutathione supplements[edit]

Have you copied this material to your own computer yet? It will be deleted in a few days. Tim Vickers (talk) 03:15, 12 May 2009 (UTC)


The user may not see your message, because you put it on his user page. You might want to move your message (using cut and paste) to his talk page, so that he'll get a notice about a new message. (Also, you should sign the message.) WhatamIdoing (talk) 03:03, 1 April 2010 (UTC)

July 2013[edit]

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