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Almost total lack of context - what/where is Cherry Hinton Hall? (I know of course but no one could tell from your article.) Absolutely no explanation of what "2xl" means.
I suggest that you add the content of your article to the Cherry Hinton Hall article. If you include a reference to 2xl, make sure you explain what it is. -- RHaworth 12:17, 20 June 2006 (UTC)
Recently my account (I represent a school gifted and talented group) recieved a message from you describing "flaws" in one of our articles: 2xl cherry hinton hall project *1*. We are certain that we did use proper capitalisation, but seeing as the article is apparently no longer present on Wikipedia (anything to do with you?) *2*, we cannot check and correct if necessary. The message was also, quite frankly rude. A return email including details of what has happened to the article, as well an apology for the message would be appreciated. -- James Lamont-Abrams, St Bede's School Gifted and Talented Group. (Via e-mail)
I have been accused of biting the newbies. But the most I will admit is that perhaps I growl at them rather more than some other editors! Now read my comment above carefully, is there anything that Michael Martin would object to in another place? I claim that there is not.
*1* - is the title "2xl cherry hinton hall project" correctly capitalised?
*2* no longer present - I provided a link thus: your article - did you not follow it? anything to do with you? - look at the history - you don't need to ask.
But what objection do you have to my suggestion that you should expand the Cherry Hinton Hall article rather than creating a new article with a strange title? -- RHaworth 12:15, 8 July 2006 (UTC)