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Mike Nobody

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September 30, 2005
Guess "Uncle Dick's Favorite Tune.
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Color Chart & Gifs (Thanks to Zsingaya)Edit

"My computer will be down for several days and I will not be able to respond until it is restored. Please be patient for replies to any communique."
I can be contacted at MykNobody@aol.com .

Mark subject "Attn: Memory Alpha" or it may get deleted by mistake.


Link to make my signature coloured Red:

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Cool GIFS:

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You might also want to take a look at Memory Alpha:Etiquette while you're at it. Hope this helps. --From Andoria with Love 05:30, 5 Dec 2005 (UTC)

On Ten Forward reversion Edit

Hey, Mike. I just wanted to apologize about reverting your comment on Ten Forward. You apparently put your signature in the section heading by accident, which messed up the section, so I reverted it, but I didn't see that you had also posted a comment. Tim has since reverted it to include your comment and your sig in the right place. Again, my apologies. --From Andoria with Love 06:22, 15 Dec 2005 (UTC)

Technical problem...again. Edit

I don't know if this is M/A or just me, but, sidebars aren't showing on my screen. The code is still there and seems OK. I may be having problems with my computer, but it seems to only affect M/A. Please reply.--Mike Nobody =/\= 21:04, 29 Dec 2005 (UTC)

Hi Mike. All I can definitely say is that it is not MA - the sidebars work just fine for me. It sounds as if the page doesn't load completely, which could have a variety of reasons, including temporary issues with MA's servers and/or your internet connection. It might also be a problem with the CSS files: click on the following link and force a reload of that page (Ctrl+F5, probably): [4]. If all this doesn't help, perhaps you can describe your problem in more detail or make a screenshot? -- Cid Highwind 21:51, 29 Dec 2005 (UTC)

Mulder pic Edit

How did you get File:Mulder x-files.jpg, where did you find it? It might help with images for The X-Files Wiki as so little images on-line are promotional ones, rather than screen caps. --Defiant Administrator | Talk 02:36, 3 Jan 2006 (UTC)

Your user pageEdit

Hi Mike. I consider your user page to be in violation of several of our policies - especially regarding copyright, but also regarding relevance of content. Please read my comments and join the discussion on this page: Memory Alpha:Possible copyright infringements. Thanks. -- Cid Highwind 10:58, 25 January 2006 (UTC)

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