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Summary on "Greater Than the Sum"[edit source]

Hello Skteosk - why did you leave the {{incomplete}} tag in when you entered the summary on Greater Than the Sum? -- Tkhobbes 15:38, 3 January 2009 (UTC)

Hi there, right - there are summaries that are a lot longer. However, I feel you have captured the main points of the story - maybe a little "linguistics", and the summary is just fine :) To tell the truth, I don't like summaries that are too long - because when you quickly want to understand what a story is about, you don't like to read through tons of pages (after all, you could then read the story entirely...) -- Tkhobbes 10:22, 4 January 2009 (UTC)
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