Difference between revisions of "User talk:Mxn"
Latest revision as of 05:45, 15 October 2007
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I put the airport in, then went to the website to check for buses. There's a link to TANK, but unfortunately the bus is parked in the middle of a field of horses. It's been several years since I've been in Cincinnati. Can you verify that the bus exists? -phma 20:51, 15 Dec 2003 (PST)
So, the interlanguage links on your page no longer work. I'm glad you used them, because it reminded me that we shouldn't encourage people to use [[es:Mexico]] to point to the Spanish Wikipedia. We're going to have multilingual versions of Wikitravel, eventually, and I think we want to reserve those prefixes for interlanguage links between international Wikitravels.
You didn't happen to go to Milford High School did you? I recognize your last name and I was wondering if I knew you. - Andrew Haggard
Thank God you're back
Anyway, you can help us turn Loveland (Ohio) into a guide? I think we can include Symmes Township info in the article for the sake of ease. Do you return to Loveland when school is out? -- Andrew Haggard (Sapphire) 03:33, 15 July 2006 (EDT)
Can you add audio pronunciation of Nguyen?
Is it possible for you to add an audio clip of you pronouncing Nguyen, normally and slowly? A clip is worth a thousand words. Or email or post it somewhere?
(My talented dentist has the same family name, and I'd like to pronounce it correctly.)
Mel Malinowski '71