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Hello, RunnyAmiga! I saw you recently edited a page related to the Green party and green politics. There is a new WikiProject that has been formed - WikiProject Green Politics and I thought this might be something you'd be interested in joining! So please head on over to the project page and take a look! Thanks for your time. Me-123567-Me (talk) 03:52, 23 January 2017 (UTC)
Your draft article, Draft:Shelly Andre Brooks
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You removed my recent edits to Martin Page
Hi - I don't really understand how to properly create references and code edits, but I am the representative of Martin Page. I have been his Personal Manager for about 36 years. When I edit information about Martin Page, it is because I am correcting mis-information or adding to existing information. I am not advertising, etc., but Mr. Page, understandably, does not want incorrect information about himself or his career to remain uncorrected on Wikipedia. We notice that some fans or people who do not have accurate facts about Martin Page are somehow able to post that information anyway, without being removed, yet we cannot seem to keep our infomation on the Martin Page page and I don't know why - it is extremely frustrating. Perhaps you can help me with some simple (not complicated) instruction as to how to make entries in an acceptable way so they are not removed.
As for copyright infringement - the only material I have copied from another source to put on the Wikipedia page has been factual, biographical material taken from our own page. The copyright is owned and controlled by US! So, it would seem that I should be able to post Martin Page's own copyrighted information on the Wikipedia page that claims to display accurate information about Martin Page. I have made several attempts to fix his Wikipedia page to make it more informational and accurate, and each time, my content has been removed. I would appreciate some guidance please! Many thanks. Diane S. Poncher (Personal Manager of, and o/b/o Martin Page. "Disyd1 (talk) 05:24, 5 July 2017 (UTC)"