User talk:Kohl

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edit Welcome!

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edit Hello Mr Kohl

All maintenance tags around uncyclopedia are per seven days. However, if you keep editing, the tag will extend itself automatically. In your case I changed the ICU tag, which usually means a death sentence, to a work-in-progress one, which in case it would be left unattended, would have more chance to survive. What you just did, basically, is sign your article delayed death warrant. Shame isn't it? ~ Mordillo where is my PISS UP MY ARSE? 19:25, 16 January 2008 (UTC)

The difference between the WIP and the ICU is that when admins purge those tags, they usually assume good faith with regards to the WIP tags. ICU is placed on potential crap, random articles, bad grammar, vanity etc. It's not going into the huffing line immediately, since we assume that seven days are more than enough to make some reasonable amendments to the article. Furthermore, like I said, every time you update the article, the tag extends itself automatically. ~ Mordillo where is my PISS UP MY ARSE? 19:54, 16 January 2008 (UTC)
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