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(New page: If they are Yager downline and not InterNET they shouldn't be listed here. The InterNET article should include InterNET affiliated Diamonds and above only. Yager downline can be listed on ...)
 
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If they are Yager downline and not InterNET they shouldn't be listed here. The InterNET article should include InterNET affiliated Diamonds and above only. Yager downline can be listed on the Yager article. --[[User:IBOFightback|IBOFightback]] 17:52, 8 March 2008 (CST)
 
If they are Yager downline and not InterNET they shouldn't be listed here. The InterNET article should include InterNET affiliated Diamonds and above only. Yager downline can be listed on the Yager article. --[[User:IBOFightback|IBOFightback]] 17:52, 8 March 2008 (CST)
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A question - I have a copy of Profiles of Success from about the turn of the Centry. For those who not aware of it is the "all" the download diamonds and above from Dex and Birdie. This is clearly copywrite material. However can I summerise it with my own words and upload it? How close can it be to the original text? or can the original go in in quotes (doesn't make sense to but in large blocks that cannot be edited by anybody else though)? Thoughts please.... --Stickshark 02:32, 26 March 2008 (CDT)

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If they are Yager downline and not InterNET they shouldn't be listed here. The InterNET article should include InterNET affiliated Diamonds and above only. Yager downline can be listed on the Yager article. --IBOFightback 17:52, 8 March 2008 (CST)

A question - I have a copy of Profiles of Success from about the turn of the Centry. For those who not aware of it is the "all" the download diamonds and above from Dex and Birdie. This is clearly copywrite material. However can I summerise it with my own words and upload it? How close can it be to the original text? or can the original go in in quotes (doesn't make sense to but in large blocks that cannot be edited by anybody else though)? Thoughts please.... --Stickshark 02:32, 26 March 2008 (CDT)