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Yes, I suck for changing "harbour" to "harbor". If someone has a better plan for spelling, please give it on [[Wikitravel talk:Manual of style]]. -- [[User:Evan|Evan]] 23:14, 7 Oct 2003 (PDT)
 
Yes, I suck for changing "harbour" to "harbor". If someone has a better plan for spelling, please give it on [[Wikitravel talk:Manual of style]]. -- [[User:Evan|Evan]] 23:14, 7 Oct 2003 (PDT)
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Yes, you suck.  First, you can't change the name of a place, so Pearl Harbor is spelt that way no matter how silly it is, and Toronto Harbour is spelled *that* way no matter what you think.  Second, do you really think Americans are going to be the main audience for wikitravel?  Don't they have far more ways to find out what to see or visit?  I'd rather suspect it would be those who don't speak much English desperately using web translator services and printing this page in a net cafe...

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Yes, I suck for changing "harbour" to "harbor". If someone has a better plan for spelling, please give it on Wikitravel talk:Manual of style. -- Evan 23:14, 7 Oct 2003 (PDT)

Yes, you suck. First, you can't change the name of a place, so Pearl Harbor is spelt that way no matter how silly it is, and Toronto Harbour is spelled *that* way no matter what you think. Second, do you really think Americans are going to be the main audience for wikitravel? Don't they have far more ways to find out what to see or visit? I'd rather suspect it would be those who don't speak much English desperately using web translator services and printing this page in a net cafe...