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I was wondering what you meant with "why are pics making gaps?" because I never noticed any gaps, so they are not appearing on my screen. I compared the last two versions of Rite of Separation and there appears to be no difference on my screen, no matter if I place the image text directly before the regular article or in the next line. If it helps, I'll start to put the images not directly before the text but put the article into the second line and the image in the first one. But, sorry, no idea why this might happen on your screen. --Jörg 15:14, 28 May 2006 (UTC)
Hitchcock homage? Edit
Hey, man, in "Vortex", you added a mysterious line about a Hitchcock homage. You called it a "minor edit", but let's leave that aside... What exactly is the homage? Do you know what it is, or, did you just find some reference to it? You cited the script, so, you must at least know what scene the homage is in. Li'l' he'p? 220.127.116.11 17:43, 27 June 2007 (UTC)