User talk:Richard Turner (Artists in Mind)

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Regarding your edit to A.I.M. (Artists In Mind):[edit]

Your recent edit to A.I.M. (Artists In Mind) (diff) was reverted by automated bot. You have been identified as a new user or a logged out editor using a shared IP address to add email addresses, YouTube, Geocities, Myspace, Facebook, blog, or forum links to a page. Please note that such links are generally to be avoided. You can restore any other content by editing the page and re-adding that content. The links can be reviewed and restored by established users. Thank you for contributing! // VoABot II 14:12, 20 November 2006 (UTC)

Welcome to our free Encyclopedia![edit]

Welcome to Wikipedia and thanks for changing your username. I have never seen the bot that messaged you above, nor do I think reverting all your edits was appropriate based on the link. Please edit the page again and if the bot does the same I will revert it.

However, please dont add the link, and please don't add personal comments like you dont know how to add images (you can do that here by the way)

Thanks, and so sorry for the abrupt welcome, but welcome all the same :) New user message follows  Glen  14:19, 20 November 2006 (UTC)

Welcome to Wikipedia![edit]

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