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I'm thinking of raising a formal complaint against Guy Montag for constant vandalism and POV pushing (like he and Jayg did against Yuber for very similar behavious) - would I get yourt support? 18.104.22.168 06:54, 15 July 2005 (UTC)
If you sign up for a real account, yes. --LouieS 12:23, 15 July 2005 (UTC)
TelAvivKid (talk · contribs) aka ProudWHITEIsraeli (talk · contribs) is clearly being abusive and appears to be trolling and/or have some quite disrespectful views. However, I am probably not the person to try to mediate with him since I've voted on that particular vfd and also banned his old username. You should put a request on Wikipedia:Requests for mediation for someone not connected with this particular case to try to talk to him. Dunc|☺ 16:25, 30 July 2005 (UTC)
Hi, I see that you added the cost of R-36. I'm no weapon expert, but I'm doing a currency article clean up. I want to make a disambig page for ruble where it points to the Russian ruble, Belarusian ruble, Azerbaijani ruble, etc. And "ruble" and "Soviet ruble" both direct to Russian ruble, where the real article is. So if you could keep help by using the right ruble, that would be great. Basically, anything before 1923 would be Russian, while the ruble was "Soviet" after 1924. Thanks. --Chochopk 09:38, 10 March 2006 (UTC)