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Re: Trying to help Edit
Because when the editing behaviour is made in a way that isn't considered acceptable, we simply don't see the point of warnings or advice, because you have proved in the past that they don't have any effect. "Mr. Cadogan" and "Mrs. Cadogan" at least sound reasonable (more on that in a moment) but substituting "Mrs. Cadogans" for "Cadogan's ex-wives" just sounds absurd to any native speaker of English. Regarding the above, while they could be "Mr. Cadogan" or "Mrs. Cadogan," these may have been their titles, but we don't know this information - "Mr. Cadogan" could also have been properly "Sir Cadogan" himself, and "Mrs. Cadogan" alternately as "Madam Cadogan."
You were given what is known at Wikipedia as the "standard offer" -- wait a few months and then come back and ask to edit again and you might be given a chance. Instead, you have continued to sockpuppet. As such, when I see any editing behaviour that I don't like, it's simply an immediate block. Per the rules, it is perfectly within the rights to block even if I see any editing behaviour that I do like, because you are banned. You are not allowed to edit. This will be only response regarding this matter at this time. I am not going to get into an extended discussion or debate about it. ProfessorTofty (talk) 07:22, December 21, 2012 (UTC)
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