|Instructions for a Pleasant Talk Experience
|In the interest of keeping discussions in one place:
- If I posted a note on your talk page with a question or a comment, feel free to respond there.
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Sorry about the whip thing. Than vs. then is a fight that then always wins. Or is it than? Also, am stealing your intructions--Brion thenotgiant 03:51, 18 April 2009 (UTC)
- how u mine 4 grammerlul. But seriously, it's not hard to remember. ThAn is used to compAre; thEn is used to imply a sense of order in timE (think first, then second, then third; if-then-else). --BagatelleT/C 16:08, 18 April 2009 (UTC)
- well said. --Evilkolbot 18:45, 18 April 2009 (UTC)