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This is how it works
You can add stuff but without sources it will be removed, you are trying to add radical changes to the article. Those changes will be removed and the article locked to you unless you head to the talk page and discuss those changes with other editors. --Cameron Scott (talk) 22:58, 25 June 2009 (UTC)
Ok, but most changes I made were simply removing obviously inflamatory and biased language and phrasing, as well as some grammer mistakes. The portions I added can be attruted to information from Shocker's Web site, which I can credit as soon as I figure out how.