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Pizzolas[edit] about those pizzolas?Tobb 04:23, Apr 21, 2005 (UTC)

They're bad for you. Mee Merone

I like them...Tobb

About Pink Frosting...[edit]

Okay first, that was meant to sound less nasty. Second, and I could be wrong, but Pink Frosting 88, that's her name. xxxPInkfrosting88xxx is her screen name. But once again, I'm just saying. But as proof, whenever Commander sees her, he calls her Pink Frosting 88, sans the xes.

Oh. Well, At least I did upload the file for the image with that. And that's good. But, that is good proof and I believe you. Mee Merone

Weebl and Bob[edit]

Is ther something wrong with creating a link before a page exists, there is somethingcalled preparing for the future!

No, I didn't delete the link to that page, it's just that all the pages for episodes that are taken have (Weebl and Bob episode) and Piepod wasn't taken. --Mee Merone

Image Tagging Image:Dwee.PNG[edit]

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Space Tree Stuff[edit]

I may need your help on the Space Tree article, because there's a vandal going around messing stuff up, and I can't verify or deny some of these facts. So, yeah, help'll be great. Thanks.

Request for interview[edit]

Hi, I’m currently writing an article on Wikipedia for the Daily Orange in Syracuse, NY. The article will focus on how Wikipedia is being used in academic environments, specifically college. I wanted to know if you, as a Wikipedia contributor, would be interested in a brief interview for the story. It will take 15 minutes tops, and it would be an enormous help to me. If you are interested, please contact me at, my deadline is midnight on Friday (4/28) but I can work you in any time during the day, it will just be a quick discussion over the phone. Thanks, Nick Mokey Ntmokey 01:39, 28 April 2006 (UTC)

Wikipedia New York Meet-Up[edit]

Howdy! Please come to the First Annual New York Wikipedian Central Park Picnic. R.S.V.P. @ Wikipedia:Meetup/NYC
--David Shankbone 19:47, 19 June 2007 (UTC)

Fair use rationale for Image:Mr_stabby.PNG[edit]

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Wappinger, New York[edit]

Hi. I noticed that you saw that this POV problems are. I'd like to clean up the article, and I'd appreciate it if you can elaborate on where there are POV problems, or even just tell me the names of the sections to clean up the POV. Thank you. Epic Genius (talk) 23:34, 3 February 2015 (UTC)

ArbCom elections are now open![edit]

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