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I found a link to this in one of the TFAR talk page archives. Wow, what a lot of work went into it! (I speak with a little knowledge on the subject, having done something similar at User:Bencherlite/TFA notepad for my own purposes as a new TFA delegate). Anyway, I hope you don't mind, but I went through your page and took out the articles that had appeared on the main page / been demoted at FAR since you last edited it. I've added a link to your page for my own benefit at my notepad page, and I'm sure I'll consult it regularly when I'm trying to work out what articles to schedule as TFAs. Thanks for your efforts. Regards, and best wishes. BencherliteTalk 23:54, 23 January 2013 (UTC)
I'm thinking of nominating The Life (advertisement) for GA status. I just thought I'd let you know first as you are the one who has done the vast majority of the work on it. Cheers, James086Talk 16:23, 14 March 2013 (UTC)
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