User talk:Moe Epsilon
Welcome to my talk page. Here are some tips to help you communicate with me:
(I'm commenting here rather than on EN because I'm not going to edit EN anymore, since it seems to cause so many problems every time I click "edit this page.") Don't lose heart; if I hadn't meant my support, I wouldn't have listed it. Wikipedia used to be a place where dedicated, good natured individuals worked together and enjoyed each other's company while building a great encyclopedia; today it has become a place where foul moods and vendettas tear apart all the hard work so many (like us) have put in. I don't regret my participation with the project in the least; I do, however, regret that my leaving is, like so many other valuable contributors in the past few months, a sign of the slow death of the site.
Keep the faith, my child, and keep fighting to make Wikipedia better as long as you can. If you need me, you can email me, or leave a message on my Meta talk page. -- Essjay · Talk 21:17, 20 December 2005 (UTC)
Done - cheers --Herby talk thyme 09:39, 31 August 2007 (UTC)
Moe Epsilon, I think I am going to have to contact ArbCom about this problem I've had recently. I am going to be smiley. ;) --Curtaintoad curtain or toad 05:43, 23 March 2013 (UTC)
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