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::Ah, ok; though, I didn't think "organise" was a British variant, such as "realise."  Then again, I'm not British. --[[User:Zurahn|Zurahn]]
 
::Ah, ok; though, I didn't think "organise" was a British variant, such as "realise."  Then again, I'm not British. --[[User:Zurahn|Zurahn]]
  
I see that you reverted my changes to "[[50 reasons to believe in God]]", but you didn't supply a reason. I've voiced my opinion in the page's discussion section. Could you please contribute your views there? Also, thanks for the change in wording above ("On the other hand" to a semicolon. It reads much better now). 22:43, 4 May 2009 (CDT)
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I see that you reverted my changes to "[[50 reasons to believe in God]]", but you didn't supply a reason. I've voiced my opinion in the page's discussion section. Could you please contribute your views there? Also, thanks for the change in wording above ("On the other hand" to a semicolon. It reads much better now). [[User:Mann jess|Mann jess]] 22:43, 4 May 2009 (CDT)

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I've reverted your latest edit to 50 reasons to believe in God because those "[sic]"s I left in the article are actually errors. The ones I hid in HTML comments are just differences between British and American spelling. - dcljr 11:21, 10 December 2008 (CST)

Ah, ok; though, I didn't think "organise" was a British variant, such as "realise." Then again, I'm not British. --Zurahn

I see that you reverted my changes to "50 reasons to believe in God", but you didn't supply a reason. I've voiced my opinion in the page's discussion section. Could you please contribute your views there? Also, thanks for the change in wording above ("On the other hand" to a semicolon. It reads much better now). Mann jess 22:43, 4 May 2009 (CDT)

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