User talk:Puffy jacket

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snoyes 18:03, 11 Dec 2003 (UTC)


Thanks! Puffy jacket

That could be deleted instantly. I have done. Secretlondon 09:03, Dec 27, 2003 (UTC)

Æ / æ[edit]

You can cut-n-paste (what I usually do) or there's HTML codes that you can see if you edit the discussion page. Anglo-Saxon transliterations are so confusing it can very hard to find the many existing articles! Stan 17:57, 20 Jun 2004 (UTC)

Thank you! That's sort of what I was wondering- do article names with Æ turn up if someone is searching for, say, AE? Idle curiosity. :) --Puffy jacket 02:03, 21 Jun 2004 (UTC)
Probably not, although Google does do some intelligent character crunching. It would be a good idea to include "ae" redirs and "ae" alt spellings in Anglo-Saxon articles. Stan 04:17, 21 Jun 2004 (UTC)

Prada[edit]

Puffy Jacket -- saw your edits on Prada. I appreciate some of your clean-up, but please note that on wikipedia we don't normally delete information without explaining the reason for the deletes and copying the deleted text to the talk page. The only exception to this is vandalism, which wasn't what was on the Prada page. Was there a reason you deleted information about things like the price of the handbag and the material? Tom 14:31, 24 Jun 2004 (UTC)

Saints Wikiproject[edit]

I noted that you have been contributing to articles about saints. I invite you to join the WikiProject Saints.

Gloriole.svg You are invited to participate in Saints WikiProject, a project dedicated to developing and improving articles about saints. We are currently discussing prospects for the project. Your input would be greatly appreciated!


Thanks! --evrik 16:50, 8 May 2006 (UTC)

Proposed deletion of Prayer to Saint Joseph[edit]

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