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edit stupid irc that noones ever on....
yah, i installed the firefox thingy, and went into the chat thingy....and i got called jonny....im dorianin...thats incorrect....
I edit my own page and lose 2500 points?? I didnt even know we were keeping score! Nobody said there was a point system!
edit Encourage all non-registered users
Your personal information is WAY easier to steal if i have your IP address.....
Hello sir welcome to the site, I just know you'll have a terrific time here. Just one thing though; don't mess around with pee review like you did with the Ocelot article. Writers are sensitive, pathetic creatures you know, and that can kind of thing can upset them. Thanks. --Black Flamingo 10:17, February 29, 2012 (UTC)
Hello, and nice work! Taking a blah page that I've never seen and making it into an interesting concept (of brackets). Good to meet you, and welcome to the monkey house. 2500 points? I've never seen points here - oh, I know what you mean. When you edit it counts characters (I think), and if you edit out "this" that would be -4 (t-h-i-s). So you must have edited out Frosty's long welcome template. Anyway, a good way to see what's happening here at any given time is to surf Recent changes on the navigation bar on the left (4th item down in Bracketology speak). Aleister 10:22 Leap Day 2012
edit Ocelot review
- It has been said that brevity is wit. In that case, that is probably the wittiest review I have ever seen. Generally speaking we ask for a little more depth in a review, and try to give the person requesting the review some advice on how they can improve the article. Of course, having seen the review, and the historical review, I did chortle. So for that side of things, well done. Pup 12:00 01 Mar '12
There are some guidelines that we try and follow when writing reviews. You can always look at past reviews to get some ideas. Here's one I prepared earlier. The more detailed it is, the more it is appreciated, as a general rule. Pup 05:41 02 Mar '12