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my wiki formatting skills are completely non-existent so if someone could help me out here I would definitely appreciate it. I was hoping someone could make the pictures I have inserted adjacent to the sections they're in. The Greenspan pic would have the caption "Fucking Hilarious!" and the Carter pic would have the caption "Seriously, just go to fucking sleep". Please do this for the benefit of the article and for that fuzzy feeling you get one you prove your wiki superiority. If you want to lengthen the whole article, that's cool too, just please keep it funny, consistent with what I've written, sans Chuck Norris, George Bush, Dick Cheney, or some other tired ass refernce that seems to appear in half of the other articles on here. Thanks a ton. Cheers PaddyAtkinson 03:24, 25 October 2008 (UTC)

also if you could turn the dashes at the bottom of the page into bullets. Thanks again PaddyAtkinson 03:25, 25 October 2008 (UTC)

On behalf of the Uncyc Mafia, I will help :D -- REGRETTENENBAUMIS DEAD TALK! 03:26, 25 October 2008 (UTC)
Done! If you ever need help of this sort again, the Uncyc Mafia's User Help Department will be happy to help! Tell your friends! :D-- REGRETTENENBAUMIS DEAD TALK! 03:36, 25 October 2008 (UTC)

As mis amigos might say, "grassy-ass"PaddyAtkinson 03:38, 25 October 2008 (UTC)

P.S. I have no clue how to put this article in a category so a link exists at the bottom. And the title should probably be C-SPAN not C-Span. what a needy bastard I am haha PaddyAtkinson 04:13, 25 October 2008 (UTC)

It's cool. If you want to put the page in a category just add [[Category:Whatever]] anywhere in the page, although it's best in the bottom, just so you know where it is. To change the title, click the move tab at the top of the page and follow the instructions. If you do it for the article, the talk page will be changed automatically. And it's no problem, really! I'm happy to help. -- REGRETTENENBAUMIS DEAD TALK! 06:13, 25 October 2008 (UTC)
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