User:AliveFreeHappy

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For the record

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  • I do believe in basic Civil rights and Freedom, the notion that people are responsible for their own actions and their own happiness. I do NOT believe in forcing my beliefs on others,[1] but allow people to do as they wish as long is it doesn't interfere with me doing what I wish. AliveFreeHappy (talk) 31 December 2007 (UTC)
  • I've been thinking about Wikipedia guidelines as life philosophy - What would the world be like if we all followed the practice of assuming good faith in all of our interactions? AliveFreeHappy (talk) 19:37, 10 September 2010 (UTC)

Interesting wiki links

General

Wiki projects I find interesting

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Areas of Interest

Firearms

Medical

Software Development

Lists

Dev Topics

Pages I've Started

Large contributions or interest

Rescue

Articles I bumped into and ended up doing a bunch of work to rescue them.

Notes

  1. ^ "From the right, many feel that if they're personally morally opposed to a particular consensual activity, it ought to be banned for everyone. From the left, it's the mentality that because some people can't engage in a particular activity responsibly and without harming themselves, that activity ought to be banned for everyone. One is moral paternalism. The other is Nanny State paternalism. But the result is the same. The government makes your decisions for you."Internet Gambling Ban: Why You Should Oppose It by Radley Balko, Fox News, December 31, 2007

Awards

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On behalf of the Firearms WikiProject, I, Thernlund, hereby award
AliveFreeHappy
the Shooters Award for outstanding contributions to Firearms-related articles on Wikipedia.

I've noticed you plugging away at firearms articles. Good job. (You're actually the first person to receive this award that I know of.) Thernlund (Talk | Contribs) 05:26, 2 August 2007 (UTC)


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I, Leonis Rugitur as brother-in-arms, bestow the "Second Amendment Barnstar" award on you for your tireless contributions on Firearms, Cartridges, Shooting and indirectly Hunting articles, and for a damn fine username! Quo Leonis Rugitur Vide Cor Meum 13:25, 3 September 2008 (UTC)
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message Arman Cagle (Contact me EMail Me Contribs)

Please remember if you have any questions, please reply on my talk page. 21:02, 17 August 2010 (UTC) Thank you for your hard work in wikipedia and hope you edited some more!Arman Cagle (Contact me EMail Me Contribs) Please remember if you have any questions, please reply on my talk page. 21:02, 17 August 2010 (UTC)


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