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<font face="Adobe Garamond Pro, Garamond, Georgia, Times New Roman"><center><font size="+2" color="green">'''It's Probably a Good Thing I'm Not in Charge'''</font></center>
#A corollary to the above rule is that '''it's always good to take wiki-breaks''', especially when you feel like someone is out to get you. It's also entirely possible that your work really does need a lot of work. Consider the possibility that you may not be perfect.
#'''Keep it concise and straightforward.''' Flowery and effusive language can be great when writing poetry, hagiography, purple prose, advertisements, etc., but it is the bane of an encyclopedia.
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