thank you for helping me make edits. Please email me more information at any time. The topic of the article is Evil Lebaron - You're the best!
- @ CC747: Make sure to turn off that 'minor' tag, and note you can't use yourself as a source. tedder ( talk) 00:09, 26 January 2021 (UTC)
Thank you for the help. I'm making notes for myself to upload statements made by actual LeBaron family members. On my way to study uploading documents to reference by wiki. Thank you! Send me guidance. Please advise.
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Noah Oppenheim Review
Thanks for taking the time to do a review of the Request Edits at Talk:Noah_Oppenheim#Request Edits March 2021. I answered your questions at the bottom of the request. Thanks again for your time. Ed. BC1278 ( talk) 21:55, 31 March 2021 (UTC)
Nomination of Mapleton Junior/Senior High School for deletion
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Thanks to all of you who make Wikipedia so special. I made edits to the article about Robert Kadlec which cited US Congressional testimony and US Federal budget documents. I am NOT Robert Kadlec nor related to him in any way what so ever. But I did notice, like you, that his page has been riddled with inputs that are not wth in the wikimedia rules. Noting that in fact I have no connection to the subject, how would you suggest the article properly note his role? LibrorumCere ( talk) 12:42, 20 May 2021 (UTC)