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There is no any quotes in the article. It's <p style="padding-left: 30px;">
Fran
It's a blockquote, though.

Check other pages.

https://www.teslarati.com/spacex-falcon-9-ula-launch-costs-30-percent-less-air-force-contracts/

https://www.teslarati.com/spacex-ceo-elon-musk-starship-transpiring-steel-heat-shield-interview/

https://www.teslarati.com/spacex-job-openings-starship-super-heavy-booster-texas-production/

https://www.teslarati.com/tesla-sentry-mode-speakers-sound-engineer/

And so on.

It's not smart to join them - they look good, like in the original article.
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Identifying quotes by padding isn't the safest solution, but in this it's not critical.

But all these paragraphs must be merged into one blockquote, since they aren't different quotes, but parts of the single one.
Fran
Thanks d3 - now the page will look bad, since I have to remove this code.

I've checked hundreds of articles and identifying quotes by padding didn't produce a false positive.

In the links I mentioned, there are examples where the blockquotes must absolutely not be joined. More often than not, they should not be joined. This was a good compromise where sometimes we'd get multiple blockquotes. You can't tell which ones have to be joined or not.

Now we'll get pages where you can't even tell something is a quote and the experience will be way worse than eventual multiple blockquotes...

Example:
http://deviantpics.com/images/2019/04/18/sigh.png

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Apr 17, 2019