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We now have lists of important articles that Ameriwiki needs to be a valuable encyclopedia. It would be great if everyone, as well as working on articles that interest them personally, could try to fill in the many gaps we have at the moment. The Top 10 and Top 100 required articles now all exist, but many are stubs and are in need of expansion. We can also get REALLY ambitious and start on the rest of the massive list that Colonel Sanders has found for us.
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The internet currently seems to be suffering from a plague of spambots. To assist in their detection at Ameriwiki, it would be a good idea for new users to avoid usernames that resemble those used by the bots. So if your name really is Filberto Wildebeest then FWildebeest, FilbertoW or even FilbertoWildebeest will be just fine, but if you add a three-digit number to the end of it you're going be instantly blocked. If this happens don't be discouraged; just email an admin, explain what happened and we'll rename your account for you.
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The "Fiscal cliff" is the combination of United States financial policy changes that present law schedules to take effect at the start of 2013. In May 2012, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) predicted that if those policies are allowed to take effect, they will place the United States economy into a recession. CBO estimated that if the existing laws remained in effect without change, the economy would drop by 1.3% instead of continuing to grow. Read more
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