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RE: World of Subways article
The speculation I was referring to was your edits of Volume 4 (which I agreed with but as they have not been official stated cannot be stated as fact), The comma was mistakenly added while trying to undo the negative aspects of your edits. The phrasing in the WOS3 section is needed because walking in first person is included with Volume 2. You do appear to be correct about WOS1 though I have corrected the error. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Mainline421 (talk • contribs) 21:43, 18 September 2013 (UTC)
Hello Shortcappy! You tagged files on Commons as copyvios. Could you please post a link to the original source so I can process your request? Because the DR is pretty old by now, I have to keep the files for now. You can renominate for deletion if you provide a link. Even better, tag as speedy. Thanks for keeping an eye on things!
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