Hi Katerg, I was going to leave you a welcome message, but I see in the history that User:Sam Spade already has. Welcome anyway. I just wanted to explain my reversion of your more neutral edit to Climate change. The statement was already qualified with can ... be..., so your may addition was a bit redundant. Vsmith 01:44, 15 August 2005 (UTC)
Raking the sandbox
Thanks for raking the sandbox(this edit); I just wanted to let you know that nonsense is, unlike in the rest of Wikipedia, semi-tolerated in the sandboxes. So a comment like, removing nonsense is slightly more WP:BITE that is optimum. It's a very minor issue, but I thought I'd mention it. Thanks for your work on the 'pedia! JesseW 22:40, 25 August 2005 (UTC)
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Nomination of David Fono for deletion
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