User talk:TomS

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Hi TomS. I've noticed that you've made a whole duplicate text of an article about Slovenia with the revision 19:29, 6 May 2004. I've corrected the duplicate text and I hope everything is in proper place now. Can you please be more careful with editing in the future :o) Can you please also check the current version that all your recent revisions and additions/changes are correct.


I do not exactly understand your notices about references and futher readings in Karantania talk page. Do you want me to delete your futher readings from the page of Karantania? About dr. Šorli. I know he is an amateur to the subject - I just gave his book as an reference because I've made an article from it and I was just fair enough. I do not want to praise his work against the professional historians of course. Best regards and wellcome to Wikipedia. --XJamRastafire 21:10, 8 May 2004 (UTC)

Hi XJam. I've made a whole duplicate text of an article about Slovenia? Honestly, I have no idea what are you talking about. As a newcomer I could do this by mistake of coures - if so I apologise - and as you can see I discower your mesage only today. Don't laugh at me too much. ;-)
Best regards
TomS 15:51, 25 Jul 2004 (UTC)

Hello, I'm back again. It's been long time but I survive somehow. --TomS 16:16, 22 January 2007 (UTC)

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