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(new comments on bottom of page please)

If you've never seen...

. . .Veiled Christ, a statue in Naples, Italy, depicting Christ in the tomb, maybe click the image two or three times to enlarge it. This almost unbelievable 1753 sculpture ("how'd he do that?"), carved from one piece of marble, has the only Wikipedia article which has to prove, with sources, that the topic was not the work of an alchemist. Step right up, and don't miss the modern looking couch, the two pillows with tassels, or the crown of thorns and other torture things down by the feet. All of that carved from that same block of marble. Literally a few steps from Veiled Christ sits another "how'd he do that?" piece also carved from a single block of marble (or created by alchemy).

Best vandal edit in the categories of...

This one time at band camp I vandalized a page

The docents ask people: "Find the cat". Letting the coolness of it lead me to break my oath as a Wikipedian, I now self-identify as a vandal.

Always interesting

See and listen to Wikipedia edits as they occur. Designed by Stephen LaPorte and Mahmoud Hashemi of hatnote.com, the link was copied from a user page, don't remember where, but it's deservedly on quite a few as well as having its own article. Just who is making all this noise? Well...

...the size of our stadium

Here is another user's subpage about how many Wikipedians can dance on the head of a pin.

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A barnstar for you!

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Barnstar of Diligence to you. They called him Marius (talk) 22:26, 9 January 2020 (UTC)
Thank you, much appreciated. Enjoy your time on Wikipedia! Randy Kryn (talk) 23:00, 9 January 2020 (UTC)

"Book 4" listed at Redirects for discussion

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An editor has asked for a discussion to address the redirect Book 4. Since you had some involvement with the Book 4 redirect, you might want to participate in the redirect discussion if you wish to do so. ―Susmuffin Talk 12:01, 26 January 2020 (UTC)

Tags removed from {{Orders of magnitude}} lists

Hi, I'm curious why you decide to remove some of the {{More citations needed}} tags from these pages since a lot of them still have quite a few unsourced entries. Ionmars10 (talk) 11:28, 28 January 2020 (UTC)

Ionmars10, hello as well. The tags I removed were from articles which already had dozens of references, and in some cases over a hundred (one had 172 references). These tags seemed to be put on solely because some information in them wasn't cited. Others were from pages which asked for more references with tags from 2009 or earlier and where references had been added since. Almost every one of the six million articles on English Wikipedia could arguably be tagged with a morecites needed tag. When a page already is well cited, especially list pages such as these which hopefully have page watchers who patrol for vandals, spammers, and incorrect entries, they seem to deserve a noncluttered introduction. A page by page decision as to when to tag for morecites does of course help the encyclopedia, yet pages with 40, 70, 80, or 172 references have enough, in some editors opinions. At some point we have to trust that the overall page is fine and doesn't need the large top-tags even though, in some cases, individual in-text facts have citationneeded tags. Randy Kryn (talk) 12:34, 28 January 2020 (UTC)

The cat's out of the bag

Talk:Cat#Big cats a thing of the past? was turning into a hairy situation, and I don't want to see people claw at each other, nor have this dispute mewling away into archival before it's been settled. I've tried to lure some attention to the discussion via a cross-post at WT:FELIDS. Hopefully more editors will pounce on the issue (though not on each other).  — SMcCandlish ¢ 😼  21:13, 28 January 2020 (UTC)

I'll bring the catnip (which, by the way, effects only 2/3rds of cats, valerian picks up lots of the rest. never knew that until about a year and a half ago). Randy Kryn (talk) 22:09, 28 January 2020 (UTC)

Sermon on the Mount

Hi, I noticed you removed the hatnote. Hatnotes are to help readers navigate. They aren't only for articles with related topics. In this case, the titles differ by only one letter; someone could easily wind up there by hitting the wrong letter on the keyboard. I only revised the existing hatnote, so evidently I wasn't the only one to think so. But if you want to ask for input on the talk page or somewhere else, I have no objections. Have a good day! --47.146.63.87 (talk) 07:12, 10 February 2020 (UTC)

The hatnote was to a speech nicknamed Sermon on the Mound, obviously a pun on the name. But I don't think there's a Wikipedia policy to hatnote every item that's one letter off, or a pun of a title. Thanks for letting me know that the edit has been questioned. Randy Kryn (talk) 10:31, 10 February 2020 (UTC)
There isn't a policy one way or the other. WP:HATNOTE says they're for assisting the reader. I really have no strong feelings about this, but I do see where the person who inserted it was coming from. What do you think about asking for input at the article talk? --47.146.63.87 (talk) 04:14, 15 February 2020 (UTC)
Hi. I'm fine with it not being a hatnote, although you can ask for more input on the talk page. A pun on a name doesn't have to be included as a hatnote. Randy Kryn (talk) 14:23, 15 February 2020 (UTC)

Colon?

Hey my friend, just fyi... Redirect: [[Prison Ship Martyrs' Monument 2.0]] doesn't work anymore. So please omit the colon, as in Prison Ship Martyrs' Monument 2.0. Thank you for your service ;>)  Paine  14:49, 16 February 2020 (UTC)

Thanks Paine, I've always used the colon for redirects so will keep this in mind. The bots keep moving the goalposts! Randy Kryn (talk) 00:33, 17 February 2020 (UTC)
There was a bug report awhile back, and until the bug was fixed, a colon was necessary. Bug's been fixed, so a colon is no longer necessary, and in fact, a colon can cause problems, for example, this particular colon caused a malformed move request at Talk:Statue of Edward Snowden#Requested move 16 February 2020. That was about a nine on my Weird-Shit-o-meter. Best to you! PI Ellsworth  ed. put'r there 02:28, 17 February 2020 (UTC)

John Lewis (civil rights leader)

Hi, Randy... sorry I have been a stranger lately. I even missed the just prior move discussion. I've just had my worst health year ever—from the terrifying to the ridiculous—but evidently no lasting harm (the ridiculous was gout-I thought that was limited to Henry VIII, Dr. Johnson, and Hogarth's works). Anyway, could you poke me if I miss any changes at this article? — It really, really ought to be rewritten to a decent level while Lewis is still with us, and that would go a long way preventing the article being cluelessly jerked around. Thanks. (Today's NYT has a very good article with lots of graphs that shows how shockingly many republicans believe SARS Covid19 is a hoax—and why! Stay safe. — Neonorange (Phil) 01:53, 16 March 2020 (UTC)

Thanks, and will keep watch of the page. Hoping all is well now. The RM at John Lewis has been well served by your comments, that's a primary title waiting to happen but not everyone sees it that way. Randy Kryn (talk) 03:13, 16 March 2020 (UTC)
I could go into more detail on my scares, but why bother? Even had my health problems not disappeared, they would seem trivial in this pandemic.
Good health and an elbow-bump to you. — Neonorange (Phil) 18:38, 16 March 2020 (UTC)

ITN recognition for Alfred Worden

Ambox current red.svgOn 19 March 2020, In the news was updated with an item that involved the article Alfred Worden, which you updated. If you know of another recently created or updated article suitable for inclusion in ITN, please suggest it on the candidates page. Stephen 03:38, 19 March 2020 (UTC)

Vitamin C and the goat image

In my opinion the image of the goat and the statement that goats synthesize 13,300 mg/day daily, and more when stressed (from a 1973 article not available on line), implies that humans should consume far more than the 45-90 mg/day recommended by various government organizations, and more when stressed. Even if the goat information is true, it turns out that goats maintain a serum concentration barely double the norm for humans (information I recently added to the article). And there are few if any evidences that humans increasing vitamin C intake in times of stress (ill defined) gain any health benefit. David notMD (talk) 13:15, 21 March 2020 (UTC)

[for accidental page lurkers, this is about an edit at Vitamin C concerning an existing image and caption] I'm not a doctor either, but from research and experience I'd say that humans should consume much, much more than the 45-90 mgs. daily recommended for humans, and have personally taken a 1,000 mg. tablet three or four times a day every day since February, 1995. I'd suggest that the image and caption of a goat on the page be replaced with one of a zoo-captive chimpanzee or gorilla. The caption would include the governmental requirement for supplemental daily ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) for captive or kept primates. Last time I looked, quite awhile ago, was that zoos had to supplement their captive primates with an average human-weight equivalent of 3,400 mgs. a day. If you'd like to do a little research, please check to see what the government requirement is now. Thanks. [to accidental lurkers, this discussion references the fact that primates cannot create ascorbic acid in their bodies, unlike almost 100% of all other animals, insects, plants, and other life forms, whose bodies' make and process it continuously] Randy Kryn (talk) 17:33, 21 March 2020 (UTC)
FYI - My PhD is from MIT in Nutritional Biochemistry, with a minor in Human Nutrition. I will search for information on primate nutrition and primate serum vitamin C. David notMD (talk) 21:32, 21 March 2020 (UTC)
Duly accidentally noted. InedibleHulk (talk) 22:09, 21 March 2020 (UTC)

March 2020

Information icon Please refrain from making unconstructive edits to Wikipedia, as you did at Bee hummingbird. Your edits appear to be disruptive and have been or will be reverted.

Please ensure you are familiar with Wikipedia's policies and guidelines, and please do not continue to make edits that appear disruptive. Continued disruptive editing may result in loss of editing privileges. Why would you enter "smallest dinosaur" on this page? Try to be more constructive, and use WP:SCIRS sources. Zefr (talk) 17:41, 25 March 2020 (UTC)

Lo and behold, the smallest known dinosaur in flight
  • Hi Zefr. Almost lol (just smiling out loud). The edit in the text that I made said that the bee hummingbird is the smallest known dinosaur. Which is true. Where is the disruptive context of the edit? Thanks. Randy Kryn (talk) 19:31, 25 March 2020 (UTC)
  • p.s. The reversal. Maybe give more thought to tossing up warning templates per much ado about nothing, and consider giving a shout out to a talk page discussion instead. Warning templates presented by one editor to another should mean something serious, so please, when you are about to give your next few to ignorant users like myself, maybe think about it just before the habit takes hold again. Thanks. Randy Kryn (talk) 20:21, 25 March 2020 (UTC)
Provide a WP:SCIRS review where an expert(s) says a hummingbird is a dinosaur, then I'll gladly revert and apologize. --Zefr (talk) 21:25, 25 March 2020 (UTC)
The Bird article and Dinosaur article, among many others, call birds avian dinosaurs, with many references. Wikipedia's descriptor for extinct dinosaurs is non-avian dinosaur. If you'd want to dispute those encyclopedic definitions then I'd think a full RfC would be needed. Whatever you decide, there is certainly no need for an apology, especially since you acted in good faith which, by Wikipedian courtesy, we assume of each other until shown otherwise. All I'm saying above is that templating other editors might be better thought out and rare (but since I've never used one on anybody, I must assume good faith that you thought I should be templated, so all is well). Randy Kryn (talk) 23:25, 25 March 2020 (UTC)
Hello Zefr. Wondering if you checked out the bird and dinosaur articles to ascertain if birds are considered dinosaurs or not? If so, and if birds actually do have that dino magic, since the revert has waited almost four world-gone-crazy months it can wait a bit longer. Thanks, and I hope all is well. Randy Kryn (talk) 04:54, 19 July 2020 (UTC)

Funerary art in Puritan New England

Hi Randy, I was wondering if you could help be out with this page; am struggling to create in bound links outside of "see also"'s on specific graveyard articles. As well, am not sure that I have gotten the categorizations right. Hope all is well for you in this bizarre new world. Ceoil (talk) 19:21, 19 April 2020 (UTC)

Hi Ceoil. Yikes, thanks for the Halloween-in-April article request. Will take a further look, but won't offer much help with this one, let the bones lay in shallow graves for now. Thanks for the hope, and to you as well. Yes, an odd time, and doing okay so far. I've got a loner friend who says he's "been practicing for this his whole life." When in Boston in November myself and another Wikipedian actually went into one of these old cemeteries (don't know its name, up a hill from one of the old churches near the harbor), small but evidently packed. Didn't stay long, as it was a cold rainy day, but many of the gravestones looked like the images in your article. And thanks for thinking of me (please give me a happier assignment too). On a quick look I did see a book title needing italics (not surprising, have done so many of them my brain picks them out of the pattern automatically). Randy Kryn (talk) 23:30, 19 April 2020 (UTC)
p.s., can't think of any outside links you or other editors haven't caught. The page is very well written and educational, a good (although kind of creepy and skully) addition to Wikipedia's sculpture collection. by the way, loved your article-unused image. Randy Kryn (talk) 23:59, 19 April 2020 (UTC)
Thanks. I'll take your non overhaul as a sign that havnt done anything disastrous or likely to put me in prison. Re old cemeteries, once all this is over, myself and the mrs are planning to take a week in Maine, this is my alternative motive, there seems to be the bones of a very interesting article there. In fact myself and wifey basically fell in love in that very yard. ps, looking above It seems we have similar musical tastes. Ceoil (talk) 00:45, 20 April 2020 (UTC)
Ceoil, will reply tomorrow, but just wanted to ask, shouldn't the page be included in the sculpture categories? These things are sculptures, right, mostly reliefs? I think it is a sculpture article. Randy Kryn (talk) 02:34, 20 April 2020 (UTC)
I think sculpture might be pushing it, although yes they are reliefs. Ceoil (talk) 22:14, 25 April 2020 (UTC)
Pinging Johnbod if he has a view re sculpture. Ceoil (talk) 22:35, 25 April 2020 (UTC)
Category:American sculpture certainly! I suppose Category:Outdoor sculptures in the United States too. Then there's the "public art" tree, which doesn't seem to talk to the sculpture tree. Good to see you're keeping cheerful! Johnbod (talk) 22:52, 25 April 2020 (UTC)
Txs John and Randy, added now. re cheerful: am a ray of sunshine as always!, although frankly I find this stuff uplifting. Ceoil (talk) 23:02, 25 April 2020 (UTC)
Lots of good work by yourself and others on the page the last couple of days. It reads easily and informatively. Remaining puritans will applaud. Randy Kryn (talk) 09:58, 26 April 2020 (UTC)

Yr edit to Luke

Randy, in your recent edit to Gospel of Luke (which I have no problems with in itself), you broke a sentence into two, and in the process created a sentence without a source citation. Please be careful to make new cite tags so that every statement continues to be identified. (God I sound pompous, sorry). Achar Sva (talk) 10:27, 5 May 2020 (UTC)

Thanks for the good advice, and for the simple, concise, and heartfelt prayer (Luke would have used it in his book if Jesus had said it). Randy Kryn (talk) 12:09, 5 May 2020 (UTC)

Louis Kahn template for First Unitarian Church of Rochester (building)

After publishing the new link for First Unitarian Church of Rochester (building) on the Louis Kahn template, I decided to test it from an article that used the template. Arrrgh, it didn't work! It turns out that I had absent-mindedly tested it from First Unitarian Church of Rochester (building) article itself, and of course it wasn't happy with the idea of linking to itself. It works, naturally, from other articles that use the Louis Kahn template. Thanks for handling that situation so quickly, and thanks for the kind words. Bilpen (talk) 19:59, 8 May 2020 (UTC)

Perplexed by Jefferson Bible article

In December 2019, appears that User:Mholowchak, first editing as User:2601:5c6:8200:980:ed50:f43a:cc4f:cccd, made a bunch of edits to Jefferson Bible, increasing the length of the article by 1/3 and referencing... himself (his published books on the topic). I know nothing about Jefferson, but am willing to believe that Holowchak is adding his own original (albeit published) research, which does not match mainstream historian content. Elsewhere, Holowchak has been reverted for adding his own thoughts into other Jefferson articles. See the Self-citation comment at User talk:Mholowchak. And added his 15 Jefferson books to Bibliography of Thomas Jefferson. David notMD (talk) 12:31, 22 May 2020 (UTC)

Hello, and thanks. I removed one paragraph and points that seemed out of context, but I'm not a Jefferson expert. Maybe you can copy your comment to the Thomas Jefferson talk page which will get a better look from editors who have studied the material. Randy Kryn (talk) 12:39, 22 May 2020 (UTC)

Precious anniversary

Precious
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Five years!

--Gerda Arendt (talk) 06:56, 25 May 2020 (UTC)

Thank you Gerda!, and a nice shiny object to mull over. Randy Kryn (talk) 12:28, 25 May 2020 (UTC)

WikiProject

I noticed in the past you took interest in the veganism and vegetarianism template and made good edits. I have proposed a new WikiProject if you are interested. Psychologist Guy (talk) 19:18, 9 June 2020 (UTC)

Thanks Psychologist Guy, I don't like to commit to joining things on Wikipedia, makes it seem way too much like work. But I'll keep the project on my watchlist and probably think of at least joining at some point. Thanks for creating such an important WikiProject, I see it has lots of support. Randy Kryn (talk) 02:48, 15 June 2020 (UTC)

Sulzberger updates

Hello again! I wanted to make sure you saw my proposed updates to the Sulzberger article here. I know not all editors receive ping notifications, so I thought I'd follow up here before seeking help elsewhere such as WikiProject Biography or WikiProject Journalism. Thanks! Inkian Jason (talk) 15:56, 7 July 2020 (UTC)

Hi Inkian Jason, I did see them but would rather have more eyes on the edits for your next round of suggested edits. Thanks for your dedication to your work. Randy Kryn (talk) 15:59, 7 July 2020 (UTC)
OK, thanks for confirming so quickly. I will seek help at WikiProject Journalism. Thanks! Inkian Jason (talk) 16:01, 7 July 2020 (UTC)

GW

Randy Kryn, do you have any experience with German Wikipedia? I have been in denial about it for well over a decade, but it does function like a Prussian monarchy, with a queen at its head. It is a very strange place, especially since that queen's antics do not work at all in the real world. A simulacrum. Cheers, --Edelseider (talk) 13:34, 16 July 2020 (UTC)

No, I was just playing at Jonbod's page because of your comment. Since you had some trouble there and seem to still carry emotion over it, and seem proficient in English, German Wikpedia's loss is English Wikipedia's gain! Randy Kryn (talk) 13:55, 16 July 2020 (UTC)
Thanks! Have a nice evening or morning, depending on your timezone! --Edelseider (talk) 14:05, 16 July 2020 (UTC)
You're welcome. Timezone? It's already August where I am. Randy Kryn (talk) 14:13, 16 July 2020 (UTC)

ITN recognition for John Lewis (civil rights leader)

Ambox current red.svgOn 19 July 2020, In the news was updated with an item that involved the article John Lewis (civil rights leader), which you updated. If you know of another recently created or updated article suitable for inclusion in ITN, please suggest it on the candidates page. King of ♥ 03:40, 19 July 2020 (UTC)
Although not a happy occasion, thank you King of Hearts, and for your own work on the topic. Randy Kryn (talk) 04:10, 19 July 2020 (UTC)

Help

I don't know what is going on here - is showing random punctuation marks that I cant delete. Hello otherwise: life opening up again slowly in Ireland and we have been promised pints of Guinness on August 10th. Ceoil (talk) 04:32, 19 July 2020 (UTC)

thanks, no idea why my talk page was included in that category, just removed it. Besides that, the page looks normal to me. I'm on monobook, which maybe isn't seeing what you're seeing. And aye, the Guinness will flow like water. Randy Kryn (talk) 05:05, 19 July 2020 (UTC)

Thank you and request for more help!

Hi Randy, I very much appreciate your edits on my page William Woodward! I am new to Wikipedia and I was hoping you could shed some light on the review process of drafts. If you have a moment, I would love to know if there is anything I can do on the page that will improve it's chances of a speedier review. It appears that you are a long-time Wikipedian and well versed in a variety of topics ... any suggestions or help would be brilliant. Thanks and hope you're having a lovely day! Best, EArvaWeb (talk) 22:04, 23 July 2020 (UTC)

He EArvaWeb. I really don't know much about the draft review process, and haven't used it. Nice work by the way, always good to see new visual arts pages. Randy Kryn (talk) 19:53, 24 July 2020 (UTC)

Thank you

Randy, thank you for the compliment about my work on comet NEOWISE. -- Kheider (talk) 18:52, 25 July 2020 (UTC)

You're welcome Kheider. Lots of readers benefited from your work (haven't checked in a few days, but a bit ago the page was getting 60,000 to 80,000 views a day). Last night was the last for me for this comet, saw it seven nights but yesterday, even with pretty good binoculars, could hardly see it. Even Heaven's Gate wouldn't follow this one. Randy Kryn (talk) 19:05, 25 July 2020 (UTC)

Navbox related questions

Hey I have a question. Regarding navboxes like Template: Great Lakes Megalopolis which relied on a source to decide what belongs there. If editors don't want it placed on certain articles linked. then what do I do? Is it better off deleted? Jhenderson 777 22:55, 31 July 2020 (UTC)

First I've heard of the term, and the template just seems to list all the big cities in a huge area of North America covered by the term (and I suppose the template could include every city, river, hill, nook, and cranny in-between). Seems much too broad a topic to include the template on all of those articles, at least I wouldn't place it on them. Besides, it's above my pay grade (i.e. the quarter I found at a wikiconference once). Thanks for asking. Randy Kryn (talk) 23:19, 31 July 2020 (UTC)
I hope you don't mind me joining this discussion. Unfortunately, User talk:Jhenderson777 has been edit warring to keep this template in articles, despite at least three editors reverting the edit. I have therefor started a discussion about this at Talk:Detroit#New navbox: Great Lakes Megalopolis in the hope of gaining a consensus to have the navbox removed from the many, many articles it has been added to. Cheers. Magnolia677 (talk) 23:32, 31 July 2020 (UTC)
(edit conflict)I haven't edit warred. they are still off the page bro! I undid once and did not break any three revert rule. Jhenderson 777 23:40, 31 July 2020 (UTC)
Oh, it's your template. I thought you were asking me if it should be removed from the pages. But as I said, it's a topic I've never heard of so am not the best person to enter the discussion. Randy Kryn (talk) 23:46, 31 July 2020 (UTC),
Understood. sorry about not being that clear. I don't want it removed though editors are removing it in certain links. Also now it's on deletion discussion. BTW I ask because you seem to be an expert on navboxes. That is all! :) Jhenderson 777 18:48, 1 August 2020 (UTC)
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Thanks for collaborating on the art list! Wm335td (talk) 18:21, 28 August 2020 (UTC)
Thanks, very kind of you. It's your page, I just put a few things in here, and I hope the list shapes up well. There's a few things on it I haven't heard of, so thanks for the education. Randy Kryn (talk) 19:19, 28 August 2020 (UTC)

Bevel promotion

Randy, Bevel does not need to have a title in all these articles. Simply citing sources and describing what he did is sufficient. We don't do that for anyone else. 23:51, 28 August 2020 (UTC)

Accuracy. Please talk page it (this was about an edit reversion on the Edmund Pettus Bridge page). Randy Kryn (talk) 00:28, 29 August 2020 (UTC)
added: several more pages edited to remove, and then revert, the extremely basic Bevel information in each article. One of those I've since self-reverted. So please pick one of those to discuss what you have in mind, I'd suggest the civil rights movement talk page. Thanks. Randy Kryn (talk) 02:28, 29 August 2020 (UTC)

1960s Counterculture template

I noticed you were adding this template to several articles I have worked on. Perhaps also include American Indian Movement and Occupation of Alcatraz? I get that Alcatraz was an "event" but it sparked a resurgence of Native pride and cultural reclamation, thus more like a movement in actual evaluation. Just a suggestion, if you think it has merit. SusunW (talk) 19:34, 31 August 2020 (UTC)

Hi SusunW. Added the American Indian Movement in the movement section (good idea, thanks). Most of the 'movement' listings would have associated event articles, so the Alcatraz occupation as a stand-alone entry on the page would be an exception. A large 'Associated events' section remains a possible option that would have to include all of the movement activities (civil rights, anti-war, etc.) which would redefine the scope and size of the template. I added the template to pages after noticing it wasn't as yet distributed, and included a few additional entries to the already created template. Thanks for your good work in the topic areas. Randy Kryn (talk) 11:41, 1 September 2020 (UTC)
Thanks. Your explanation makes perfect sense. SusunW (talk) 15:58, 1 September 2020 (UTC)

Italicizing an article

Hi - I was hoping maybe you can help me with this. I started the article on Earth to Ned earlier today and I don't know how to get the title of the article italicized. I also inadvertently capitalized the middle word To -- can you lower case that, please? Thanks! DRosenbach (Talk | Contribs) 04:02, 8 September 2020 (UTC)

There ye go, and a nice page. It's now at the lower-cased title. Randy Kryn (talk) 04:10, 8 September 2020 (UTC)
Thanks! (I didn't realize it was that simple -- I thought I needed special admin powers, etc.) Have a great day/night! :) DRosenbach (Talk | Contribs) 04:14, 8 September 2020 (UTC)
Ta-da! (it's all smoke and mirrors). Randy Kryn (talk) 04:18, 8 September 2020 (UTC)

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