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No Nation Wanted It So Much[edit]

Sam, if you ever read this, I left a message for you on the Humanities RD. Sadly, the confederacy is always present. Love. Clio the Muse 19:36, 19 December 2006 (UTC)

Interesting Debate and Thanks[edit]

Hi Sam. Thanks for trying to answer my book question. Unfortunately it was not the title, and I forgot to make it back before the question got archived.

I also caught your extended discussion regarding the holocaust post. I am intrigued by your responses. I was slightly shocked when I discovered a bit of a "anti-expert" bias here, in as much as the fear of opinion when given by learned individuals in a field. I really appreciated seeing your efforts to clarify the need for expert work.

I would rather enjoy getting to know you further, but am unsure of the etiquette for doing so. I am interested in doing some work in the Wikiveristy site with my colleague, and it seems you have found a good balance.

Thanks again. Dmarney

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Sam Clark[edit]

hey, if this is the guy off neighbours HI! and i totally agree with you. This page is stupid anyone can edit it. The press could get all over it and it would be a lie.I agree i used this page for an assignment and the information was wrong ARGHH and now i have to do it again. This page sucks love you heaps Emily —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 60.240.185.107 (talk) 08:44, 28 April 2007 (UTC).

AfD nomination of The Blue Humans[edit]

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ArbCom elections are now open![edit]

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