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Thank you, Old Dickens. I will learn to avoid becoming historical.  I do not see how to remove a page, but Ramkin House may be deleted. (I did look for it lunder the Locations page, but didn't see it there.) Anyway, I have added a few points to Ramkin Residence, as you suggested. I will double check on ACCOoDD, but either way, wouldn't Thud hold more authority, being the source text?
Thank you, Old Dickens. I will learn to avoid becoming historical.  I do not see how to remove a page, but Ramkin House may be deleted. (I did look for it lunder the Locations page, but didn't see it there.) Anyway, I have added a few points to Ramkin Residence, as you suggested. I will double check on ACCOoDD, but either way, wouldn't Thud hold more authority, being the source mainstream novel?

Revision as of 07:57, 30 January 2018

Hi. Welcome and thanks for the interest, but I have to make a couple of points:

  • Try not to duplicate. The page Ramkin Residence existed already and so some of your additions to Sybil Ramkin are triplicated.
  • Use the preview (or compose in a separate text editor first), rather than filling a whole page in the history with one edit.
  • I had assumed that ACCOoDD preceded Thud! although both were 2005. Are you sure of your correction in Snuff?
  • I did enjoy "virtuosa" for its literary correctness and political incorrectness.

Please add whatever useful points you had to Ramkin Residence, but Ramkin House will have to be deleted. --Old Dickens (talk) 04:29, 30 January 2018 (UTC)


Thank you, Old Dickens. I will learn to avoid becoming historical. I do not see how to remove a page, but Ramkin House may be deleted. (I did look for it lunder the Locations page, but didn't see it there.) Anyway, I have added a few points to Ramkin Residence, as you suggested. I will double check on ACCOoDD, but either way, wouldn't Thud hold more authority, being the source mainstream novel?