User talk:Hadoren

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I hope my comment about the synopsis wasn't too harsh. Sorry! I still haven't finished reading the whole thing (on p. 319, although I've skimmed all the way to the end several times), or I would have done more rewriting myself. SandChigger 09:33, 22 September 2006 (UTC)

September 2009[edit]

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(belated) Welcome[edit]

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Re your comment Talk:2011_Chinese_protests#Perspective_From_Somebody_Who_s_Lived_in_China. The talk pages are the perfect places for any editor to make comments about how to improve the particular article, as long as they do so in a manner that is respectful of other editors. Note that in general, personal experience or opinion cannot be placed within article content itself, but it can be used to explain why you think content should be presented in a certain manner or not presented at all. But note that the over-riding principals will be what we can verify and presenting the content in appropriate proportion and viewpoints. And here are the general guidelines for talk pages: WP:TPG Active Banana (bananaphone 21:14, 23 February 2011 (UTC)

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