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Yes but it was against our [[Conservapedia:Guidelines#90/10 rule|90/10 rule]]. We'll also have to delete the archived version of it you created, if you want to you can keep it in an offline file on your computer. - [[User:Markman|Markman]] 10:27, 10 June 2013 (EDT)
 
Yes but it was against our [[Conservapedia:Guidelines#90/10 rule|90/10 rule]]. We'll also have to delete the archived version of it you created, if you want to you can keep it in an offline file on your computer. - [[User:Markman|Markman]] 10:27, 10 June 2013 (EDT)
 
:Fair enough, however you/or me seem to be a bit confused Re this rule (probably me as I am new and not an Admin as you likely are). The content seems to be made by a number or different users, so how could the content be in violation of this rule (which I think is quite ingenious)? Makes you think doesn't it, it should be the users who are in violation of the rule. Anyway a bit of light hearted commentary and chat never hurt anyone did it ? What is life when one can't have a laugh ? Penny
 
:Fair enough, however you/or me seem to be a bit confused Re this rule (probably me as I am new and not an Admin as you likely are). The content seems to be made by a number or different users, so how could the content be in violation of this rule (which I think is quite ingenious)? Makes you think doesn't it, it should be the users who are in violation of the rule. Anyway a bit of light hearted commentary and chat never hurt anyone did it ? What is life when one can't have a laugh ? Penny
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You can keep it, no senior administrator feels that it is a problem. Markman is not a senior administrator, he is of merely an editor. [[User:Brenden|brenden]] 13:28, 10 June 2013 (EDT)

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Yes but it was against our 90/10 rule. We'll also have to delete the archived version of it you created, if you want to you can keep it in an offline file on your computer. - Markman 10:27, 10 June 2013 (EDT)

Fair enough, however you/or me seem to be a bit confused Re this rule (probably me as I am new and not an Admin as you likely are). The content seems to be made by a number or different users, so how could the content be in violation of this rule (which I think is quite ingenious)? Makes you think doesn't it, it should be the users who are in violation of the rule. Anyway a bit of light hearted commentary and chat never hurt anyone did it ? What is life when one can't have a laugh ? Penny

North Pole

You can keep it, no senior administrator feels that it is a problem. Markman is not a senior administrator, he is of merely an editor. brenden 13:28, 10 June 2013 (EDT)