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You left the following statement in your edit bd. Please learn to simply RESPECT the fact someone knows about a place you never stepped your foot in better than you do, instead of ignorantly editting this article with what I know KNOW is false I assume it is concerning the rollback of your edit by another user. Wikitravel is based on consensus and I too reverted your last edit mainly due to the incorrect formatting you inserted in one of our templates. Please have a look first what our policies and style are and then start editing. Thank you for your effort, jan 10:57, 10 March 2010 (EST)
- Regarding your rather petulant comment at Riyadh, the reversion I made was because you added a bizarre Skype tag inside one of our standard listing templates. Whether or not I know Riyadh (as it happens, I do, having first visited about 17 years ago), is irrelevant.
- On another note, can you please stop adding cities to the Middle East article list. I have removed Kuwait and Bahrain twice now. It is an established practice at Wikitravel that only 9 cities are listed in a region article. If you believe Kuwait and/or Bahrain should be part of the 9, you should discuss it on the talk page. Thanks very much.--Burmesedays 10:59, 10 March 2010 (EST)