Ciao...non vedo tracce di vandalismi sulla mia pagina, le uniche revisioni sono mie e di un bot. Complainer
- Certo che è mio...non ho mai nascosto il mio ateismo, e quanto al resto, Oscar Wilde, mi pare, ha detto che preferiva il paradiso per l'ambiente, ma l'inferno per la compagnia. Un tempo c'era una userbox per indicare questo fatto; adesso è stata rimossa insieme a tutte le altre userbox religiose e ideologiche, e ne è rimasta traccia nella mia pagina, sotto forma di un puntatore al nulla. Complainer
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Hi there. I've been watching your edits at Olympic symbols. It is usually a good idea to include an edit summary when you make changes, so that other people know what you are changing. Cheers. Prince of Canada t | c 13:43, 22 August 2008 (UTC)
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