User talk:Trekphiler

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Need help me about the sentences correct.

Infos?-Nteinkvnc (talk) 3
14, 25 April 2011 (UTC)
Are you helping me about my sentences need correct.-Nteinkvnc (talk) 3:33, 25 April 2011 (UTC)

About this Goldstar (comics) story,"Booster Gold found her in Coast City and brought her back to the present; however, her boyfriend Drew died in Coast City's destruction. Afterward, Michelle is about to return to the 25th century and is stopped by her brother, Booster Gold."

However, I need add about Booster Gold to convinces he's sister; Michelle, to stay after Booster Gold's compassion and loss. When Michelle was anger.-Nteinkvnc (talk) 3:44, 25 April 2011 (UTC)

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Who's Who?

stop what you are doing trekphiler!!!!! your a disgrace to wikipedia editors everywhere.

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Who's who?

Et tu, Watson?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9Iyd3U08tU

Pacific Command

Hello,

You have reverted my edit and added FDR and Truman as "commanders" even though they did not directly command the theater. Yes they were c-in-c of American forces but it was the military commanders who had the most say tactically. Cheers! (Central Data Bank (talk))

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