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Your user account or IP address has been blocked.

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This block is due to expire on: $6
What can I do now?
You can email $4 or another administrator (list) to contest the block. You cannot use the email this user feature unless a valid email address is specified in your account preferences, has been confirmed, and you are not disallowed from using it while blocked. To prevent abuse, account creation could also have been blocked.

Your current IP address is $3 and the block ID is #$5. Please include this in any queries. Blocked users can edit their own user talk page, unless specifically disallowed from doing so (if you are not logged in as a registered user, this will be the talk page for your IP address).

If the block reason seems unrelated to you, it is possible you were affected by a software feature known as the autoblock. Please note that, for technical reasons, removing the autoblock is not always possible. In such cases, you may need to wait 24 hours for the autoblock to expire.

Please do NOT create another account on a different IP address to evade this block. Doing so will result in a block of all suspected accounts and the block of your original account extended indefinitely.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may have happened.