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-- 16:00, 16 August 2013 (CDT) Hi Schulzktsd15,

Thank you for your edits to the Tomahawk School District, Wisconsin page. Unfortunately, I had to revert your edits because some of the information you provided did not contain references. In the "Introduction" section and "Leadership/ School board" section, there was information added without a reference to where the information came from. If you could add the information with the proper citations, that would be much appreciated. Thank you! SamanthaS 13:41, 18 November 2013 (CST)


Hi Samantha,


So how do I revert your revert when I come up with the data that was missing, cause this was the next thing I was to add. Just had time to put in what I did. And if you look at http://ballotpedia.org/Milwaukee_Public_Schools,_Wisconsin they don’t reference where they got their data...


Thanks


TomJx wrote:
Hi! I don't use such commas myself, but that was a direct quote taken from their own website. In such cases, I leave their spelling, grammar and punctuation as is.


TomJx wrote:
I meant to thank you for creating the Talk pages for the new articles. After I saw that, I took care of it for the new article I created yesterday, and will do that in future.


Drdaviss wrote:

Thank you. That was a much gentler way of putting someone's passing away.

Drdaviss (talk) 22:22, 15 March 2014 (CDT)


Jesse Alan Gordon wrote:

Not sure how I got blocked with relation to "Spark34" but it says I did, as follows: - Attempted to edit Shenna Bellows; Added External links as follows, but blocked by

External links

Your IP address has been automatically blocked because it was used by another user, who was blocked by SamanthaS. The reason given is: Autoblocked because your IP address has been recently used by "Spark34". The reason given for Spark34's block is "Spamming links to external sites"

Start of block: 22:19, 10 May 2014 
Expiry of block: 22:19, 11 May 2014 
Intended blockee: 172.31.100.8


Regroce wrote:

Thanks for contacting me regarding the Stamper page, Samantha, and I apologize for the error.

Please know that I am composer of some (but not all) of that information from Wikipedia. If you look in that Wikipedia page's editing history, you'll see what I contributed.

May I repost the information, but in new composition?


Regroce wrote:
Also, please note that removal was made of the original, non-Wiki info I posted, too. Do I get to repost that info (i.e., place of birth), or can such particular edits be reversed?


Lexington62 wrote:
Samantha, RE: Thomas Coyne, I seem to be having trouble adding the reference to his nominating convention loss to John Buckley: [1]


Cite error: <ref> tags exist, but no <references/> tag was found

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