User talk:Mich.linux.guy

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A belated welcome![edit]

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Again, welcome! Imzadi 1979  19:12, 14 July 2012 (UTC)


Please leave the article's content alone for the moment, and let's discuss this before changing the article further. WP:BRD, which stands for Bold, Revert, Discuss, while not a policy, is a generally accepted method to handle situations like this. You were WP:BOLD in removing content, that change has been Reverted, so let's discuss it on the talk page before any further changes are made, ok? Imzadi 1979  19:14, 14 July 2012 (UTC)

Please revert yourself. M-22 (Michigan highway) is a Good Article (see that little green plus sign in the corner or the banner on the talk page that says so? Well, one of the GA criteria is stability. Removing whole sections of the article before a discussion is over, when that impacts one of the "main aspects" of the subject of the article destabilizes the article, and could result in it losing its GA status. Please follow BRD on this. Imzadi 1979  19:19, 14 July 2012 (UTC)