Dear anonymous user, we appreciate it that you want to contribute to our project, and we certainly do not want to stop you from doing so. But, instead of making anonymous edits to a range of completely unrelated articles, please make yourself known first. Pay a visit to Lla Dafern, tell us who you are and what your ideas are. And, like I said on the talk page of one of the articles you edited, please do consider taking a login name first. Regards, IJzeren Jan 10:05, 26 November 2005 (PST)
- And now you are doing it again! Look, we have asked you politely to discuss your ideas first before boldly editing pages. Four or five times, at least. I'm still willing to give you the benefit of the doubt, but to be frank, your behaviour is striking me more and more as trollish. So here's a last opportunity for you: tell us who you are and what you want to propose, and we will discuss it with you. As it looks now, the only pattern in your contributions seems to be female leaders. In some cases, that's certainly possible and even probable, but simply providing all countries with a vacancy with female leaders is surely not how we work here. Especially if you change pre-existing facts like you did with Moldova. So I repeat: discuss your ideas first, or you will be blocked. This is my last warning! --IJzeren Jan 16:11, 8 December 2005 (PST)
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