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I gave feedback a couple of days ago, about writing a Wikipedia article, and stated that all the requirements for referencing, verifying, footnoting, etc. were very confusing and I wished I had never tried to contribute to begin with! You wrote me stating that all of this was confusing at first but I'd get the hang of it...and referred me to a link for an "example" of what to do. (I couldn't view the video you recommended because my computer has limited memory, dial up moden and is so slow that I cannot view videos.) I went to that link and things were no more clear to me afterward than before. My page, "Salina, Colorado" has boxes stating that my article does not have Inline Citations, it has not been Wikified, and is not Catagorized. I've spent hours trying to understand all of this, but it's no use. You have to be a college graduate and under 35 years old to comprehend this stuff! At age 66 I am not going to knock myself out trying to comply to all the crap Wiki requires from a contributor. My opinion still stands. I wish I had never signed up for Wikipedia to beging with!! Razzman45 (talk) 19:53, 21 February 2012 (UTC)Mr. Rasmussen