That guy who keeps editing the Urge and Surge pages thought he'd be clever and remove the entry to his talk page. Probably need to level 2 him soon. - WhiteKnightOfWiki 9 March, 2014
- Well, now it seems that they, their friends, others are re-adding this crap. Any way we can get the article locked, or a way to block these guys? Ilikenwf (talk) 04:39, 12 March 2014 (UTC)
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