User talk:Maudi Algabban

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What happened to my picture? Where the crap is it? -- 06:53, 3 May 2005 (UTC) Maudi Algabban

It was removed during some debate about personal images on user pages. This issue has been resolved and I have re-uploaded it. Enjoy! -- Tom 13:47, 3 May 2005 (UTC)

[edit] Fail to log in

Hey there. Today was the the third time in the last week your page have been edited by an IP, and promptly reverted. Please, make sure you log in to the wiki before making any edits. To your page, or otherwise. Elcool (talk)(contribs) 17:36, 29 January 2010 (UTC)

[edit] Hey

So, you were one of the first ever users, eh? Well, I have a question: what did you do between December 2005 and just recently? RickTommy 01:50, 30 January 2010 (UTC)

[edit] Odd edits noticed

Hey there, Maudi. So I was checking the logs recently, and I noticed that a particular IP was used to make an account, Druelselstein X2000, that was then used repeatedly to edit Main Page 15 to change the order of the transcript. Just 21 minutes after this new account's last edit, you used the same IP to report what was going on. I dug a little deeper, and I found that a few days ago, an anonymous user using a different IP made the same kind of edits to the page. Just 22 minutes later, you confronted "him" on his IP talk page while using the same IP. Can you shed some light on this situation? — It's dot com 00:28, 9 February 2010 (UTC)

Yes, my dear friend... Let me tell you about Druelselstein X2000. He used to be a little brat that makes a fuss sometimes at Homestar Runner Wiki, but he wants to change the order of the transcript at Main Page 15 "properly". I either don't want that Druelselstein X2000 will do in this situation again, and... I think we deserve to trust and/or agree with Druelselstein X2000, so we can not do anything about this at all. Druelselstein X2000 can do what else he wants, and I think it's best we will talk to him about Main Page 15, is it okay? --Maudi Algabban 17:52, 9 February 2010 (UTC)
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