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I'm sorry. But your edits were opinion. You take 45 minutes to read them, but someone might take an hour, or a few days. There is no way you can justify that and say that it is equivalent to a 45 minute. It's not. I'm sorry. You may think it is. I respect that.

As for price. Is it really worth noting? Prices and vary from place to place and country to country, so it better not to get bogged down on prices. It's hardly worth mention on the Quick Reads page (although, once the book is released and a page made, you may include the price there if you feel it is really worth mentioning.)

Also, last time I checked, it was already mention each Quick Read was about 100 pages, so I thought it was duplicate information - I was wrong. I apologies completely.

Oh, and on a side note. I used the rollback feature. I use it a lot. You can't leave an edit summary when you use the rollback feature. MM/Want to talk? 17:35, January 20, 2013 (UTC)

Sorry, I meant to leave an edit comment when I removed your edit on The_Doctor_(The_Name_of_the_Doctor) but I accidentally hit Enter and it posted before I could.

I removed your edit because I don't believe it is accurate. You were pointing out how peculiar it is that John Hurt is credited as The Doctor when Eleven said that Hurt never used that name.

Except that Eleven didn't say that Hurt never used the name Doctor. It was just vaguely implied that Eleven didn't consider Hurt a "Doctor." Not worthy of the name.

Wasoha 16:34, May 19, 2013 (UTC)

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