Hi. You added quotes to Anything Goes, which is in VfD. If you feel the article should be kept, and your contributions with them, might I suggest that you do the following:
- Add your vote to the relevant VfD discussion.
- Add identifying information to the article (see my comments in the above-mentioned discussion).
Thanks in advance, MosheZadka 07:07, 7 Jun 2005 (UTC)
- I'd like to add a third suggestion to the above ones. Since your two edits to date have been for musicals, I assume you are a musical theater fan. We could really use your help in developing our articles in this genre. If you're interested, you might take a look at Pippin to see some useful formatting and links for theater articles. I'd also recommend registering, so we can associate you with a name and give you credit for your contributions. (If you're concerned about anonymity, registration is actually more anonymous. You can be identified by IP address here, but as a registered user, it's impossible for anyone but developers to tell where you're from, and you don't have to provide an email address if you don't wish to.) Feel free to post any questions you may have to me on my talk page. — Jeff Q (talk) 10:30, 10 Jun 2005 (UTC)
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