User talk:Patrick Riverside

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Notability of Hammering In My Head[edit]

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Reverting Vandalism: Helen Gahagan Douglas[edit]

Information.svg Hello, and thank you for removing vandalism from Helen Gahagan Douglas. This is much appreciated, but unfortunately your repair was not successful in restoring the article to its pre-vandalised state. For future reference, it is better to deal with vandalism by checking the article's page history to determine how it appeared before it was vandalised. You can then restore the whole article, or the relevant part of it, to an appropriate earlier version. If you simply delete the visible vandalism then any content removed or overwritten by the vandal is lost. See How to deal with vandalism for details. Thank you. — SpikeToronto 05:09, 2 November 2010 (UTC)

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