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I accidentally made another account when trying to switch between google accounts. It's name is user333673.

And I also asked a question on it without realising it was not my "real" account.

So can a mod please delete it or merge it with my "real" user:

I can post a question on SO on the accident account to prove it is me. Or email a mod or someone from the email specified.

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For future reference: just flag one of the posts for moderator attention and explain the situation in the provided text box. – balpha May 9 '10 at 12:38
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Please add the text "Please delete me" to the About Me section of the unwanted account and I'll go in and merge them. (I'm reasonably sure they're both your accounts. This is just a precaution.)

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I created an accidental account and gave a few answers with it. The name is Jon Skeet. If you could merge that with this account, that'd be awesome. kthx – Earlz May 9 '10 at 13:53
@Earlz: And that is why I always follow the procedure. :) – Bill the Lizard May 9 '10 at 13:54
I added "Please Delete Me (merge with"; – Jonathan. May 9 '10 at 14:12
@Earlz, dupe of – Pops Oct 18 '10 at 14:57

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