User talk:Supreme Deliciousness/Archives/2013/April
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You might have noticed that I have reverted several of your edits. While it is OK for you to comb through Wikipedia removing "Israel" after Jerusalem (the MoS says it is OK), removing Israel from things ranging from food to wildlife to full-on political articles is not OK. You have and continue to edit in a fashion that makes a point to the reader instead of assisting them. I would prefer not to be like other editors and drag you to AE but this is a reminder that you are still editing in a way that most editors would consider inappropriate. You can mention any concern on the talk page but I will only entertain discussion and will ignore filibustering. tl;dr = BRD... if you do not like it you need to open discussions.Cptnono (talk) 06:45, 10 April 2013 (UTC)
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