Talk:Hiroshima–Nagasaki Protocol

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Depending on the terms of this Agreement, this may be among \*the\* most important pages on Wikipedia. Y is there not a talk page?

Y1: I notice that there are two versions of Hiroshima–Nagasaki_Protocol: one with an "n-dash", and another with an "m–dash". Y? Y in the world would there be a divergence on a difficult to recognize character for those who are not \*technicallY literate like "-" and "–"? Which is Wiki Standard? Y2: Is there a redirect from Nagasaki-Hiroshima to Hiroshima-Nagasaki? Y3: Y can I not find the source text for the Convention in the of the main page? Y4: So much of what I produce carries an enormous debt in what is available at gifted-debt on Wikipedia. Y is it so hard raising funds during Your fundraising drives? I can understand Y it would be dangerous for human knowledge for Wikipedia to come under government dependencies. Would You consider redescribing Your work offerings as offered under "gifted-debt", leaving it to the recipient to decide if theY are in debt?

I do ♥ Your Works. Please let me know of anY faults that I express. I want to get better at Wikipedia contributions and ∰talks, but I can't afford the time Yet to RTM. Did the "\*" break or come out of the page? I want to make sure it doesn't, and translates in all encodings as successfullY as the permits.


This talk comment is written in BLESSings using Some Simpler Spellings, with some higher gui:dances from Humble and Harm/less (HH) Hands.

\* Spec Note: Those so described maY not have all required technical literacies for the recognition event.

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