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Please advise on reversion of my editEdit

There is no documentary evidence supporting the assertion that the SCCA was once the prewar ARCA. The true origins of the SCCA are clearly discussed in Pete Hylton's book The Gentleman's Club. I suggest, in true wikipedia style, that you find an actual citation if you want to assert this claim. Note that I requested such a citation more than 10 years ago on the talk page, and got no response. I'm not real impressed right now. Nfgusedautoparts (talk) 14:12, 16 September 2019 (UTC)

November 2018Edit

  Hello, I'm Philipnelson99. I wanted to let you know that I reverted one of your recent contributions —specifically this edit to Richard Green (referee)— because it did not appear constructive. If you would like to experiment, please use the sandbox. If you have any questions, you can ask for assistance at the Help Desk. Thanks. Philipnelson99 (talk) 01:22, 30 November 2018 (UTC)

Curious as to why my contribution was deletedEdit

Hello, I'm Widjididji. Recently you deleted an external link that I had added to Ingvar Kamprad's page, where I linked to an MSN article titled Ikea's enigmatic founder's amazing and controversial life. You didn't give any reason for this deletion, and I'm wondering why you didn't think it belonged there. Do you not consider MSN an appropriate source? I thought it was an interesting article that other people might like to read. Please advise. Widjididji (talk) 02:01, 5 December 2019 (UTC)

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