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**Don't use "smileys" or "emoticons".
**Don't use "smileys" or "emoticons".
**An exception to this rule is when such misspellings or slang appear directly in a cartoon, in which case they should be preserved in the transcript. If the misspelling or wrong word is conspicuous, mark the word with the Latin [[Wikipedia:Sic|"sic"]] - traditionally, it is written [''sic''] visibly in the text after the incorrect word, but in transcripts it's usually preferred to make the "sic" invisible to the reader by typing "<!-- sic -->".
**An exception to this rule is when such misspellings or slang appear directly in a cartoon, in which case they should be preserved in the transcript. If the misspelling or wrong word is conspicuous, mark the word with the Latin [[Wikipedia:Sic|"sic"]] - traditionally, it is written [''sic''] visibly in the text after the incorrect word, but in transcripts it's usually preferred to make the "sic" invisible to the reader by typing "<!-- sic -->".
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*Easter Eggs and Fun Facts should be written as statements, not questions. If you're not sure about a fun fact, you can use language like "may" or "could be" to indicate ambiguity; however, unsure and unsubstantiated fun facts are usually quickly deleted. Avoid using [[Wikipedia:Wikipedia:Avoid weasel words|weasel words]].
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*Easter Eggs and Fun Facts should be written as statements, not questions. If you're not sure about a fun fact, you can use language like "may" or "could be" to indicate ambiguity; however, unsure and unsubstantiated fun facts are usually quickly deleted. Avoid using [[Wikipedia:weasel words|weasel words]].
*Don't "reply" to content others have posted. If you think a particular point warrants discussion, post on the article's talk page. If you're 100% sure that something should be changed and don't think a discussion is necessary, just change it. Dialogue goes only on articles' talk pages or the forum.
*Don't "reply" to content others have posted. If you think a particular point warrants discussion, post on the article's talk page. If you're 100% sure that something should be changed and don't think a discussion is necessary, just change it. Dialogue goes only on articles' talk pages or the forum.
**If something on a page contains a factual error, then edit it or remove it. Do not add a comment below saying "this is wrong."
**If something on a page contains a factual error, then edit it or remove it. Do not add a comment below saying "this is wrong."

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