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If you have a question, concern, or comment related to improving a Wikipedia article, you can put a note on that article's talk page.

You get to the talk page by clicking the "Talk" tab at the top of the article. If the tab shows up in red, it just means no one has commented yet; feel free to start a discussion.

When you start a new discussion topic, put it at the bottom of the talk page. The best way to do this is by clicking the "New section" tab at the top of the page. This allows you to enter a new section heading and your comments.

If you are responding to someone else's remarks, put your comment below theirs. You can do this by clicking on the "[edit]" link to the right of that section's heading and then scrolling down.

Always sign your comments by typing ~~~~ or clicking the
button. This will automatically insert your IP address (a number representing your internet connection)username and a link to your personal talk page, along with the time you saved the page. If you create an account, your username will become your signature and you will be able toIf you want, you cancustomize how it looks.


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Last edited on 11 June 2021, at 22:32
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