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2008-02-13 19:11:46   Welcome to the Wiki. Please read Welcome to the Wiki/Business Owner; it will help explain how you can make the wiki a positive experience for you without clashing with established wiki social norms. Also please consider the importance of using your RealName. —JasonAller

2008-02-13 19:29:14   Hello Frank, If you look closely at the comments Dr. Lindsey said it was the grandfathers *watch* not a grandfather clock, and the sentimental value was the importance...

anyways: I've always wanted to go into your shop, but I've never had a good excuse as I don't need that much jewelery —StevenDaubert

2008-02-13 21:16:51   Nice try to save your reputation. I hope others see this and steer away from a potentially bad encounter with you. —Dr.Lindsay

2010-01-19 18:36:22   Please close this account and edit under your real name. Instructions on how to do so are on the Importance of using your RealName page. Organizational accounts pose several problems, but the core issue is that they detract from a sense of community when one or more people use the name of an organization. This leads to a sense of faceless, impersonal action rather than the actions and statements of a member of the community. As a member of the Davis community, your contributions are very much appreciated, but it would be better if you make them using your name rather then the name of your organization. If you haven't read Welcome to the Wiki/Business Owner, and Wiki Community/For Profit Restrictions please do so. —JasonAller