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In the future, I won't add/edit anything on the Main Page - only if I'm given permission to do so before I retire or die, whichever comes first. I can always put an item on a state, province or country page. If it's of a more general item, I'll either forget it or send it to you to add.
 
In the future, I won't add/edit anything on the Main Page - only if I'm given permission to do so before I retire or die, whichever comes first. I can always put an item on a state, province or country page. If it's of a more general item, I'll either forget it or send it to you to add.
 
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: Relax! I just asked you to add a summary if you edit the main page. I don't have any more or less permission to edit the main page than you do, so go nuts. Thanks [[User:The Earl|The Earl]] 14:18, 17 March 2008 (MDT)

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Anne, It is probably good practice to get in the habit of not editing 'Main Page' articles [1] without leaving an edit message, or marking the edit as minor. It will help reviewers in the future. Thanks The Earl 09:52, 17 March 2008 (MDT)

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In the future, I won't add/edit anything on the Main Page - only if I'm given permission to do so before I retire or die, whichever comes first. I can always put an item on a state, province or country page. If it's of a more general item, I'll either forget it or send it to you to add.

Relax! I just asked you to add a summary if you edit the main page. I don't have any more or less permission to edit the main page than you do, so go nuts. Thanks The Earl 14:18, 17 March 2008 (MDT)