User talk:Sürrell

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First warning[edit]

You completely remove another editor's comment. Such an act is strictly forbidden. Do not do it again.

I have reverted you. You are welcome to re-add your comment, but you are not welcome to erase others'. I did not bother doing it before you for several reasons. First, you deleted another's comment. Second, your comment was out of order. New comments go at the bottom. Third, your erasure could not be reverted any other way, and it was frankly difficult to do because you deleted another's comment, and I'm not sure who you are replying to. This would all fall under WP:TPO.

Lastly, sort-of off-topic, when something is under discussion, you don't get to have your way until it is clear consensus is in favor of your edits. Simply, don't make any reverts to the article page regarding the material which is under discussion.— dαlus Contribs 11:24, 29 October 2010 (UTC)

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