User:Eaglizard

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This is a test of the Ordinary Wikipedia Editor System. This is only a test. Had this been an actual Ordinary Wikipedia Editor, you would have been informed where to take shelter in your area.

I, a perfectly ordinary wikipedia editor, consider it my curse in life to be inexplicably irked by typographical and grammatical errors in text that I read. I have a very sharp eye for this, and an almost reptilian patience for the activity. I also consider myself a mildly skilled copy-editor.

I also really like the original edit counter, and this link to my personal stats therein.

To Do[edit]

These are articles I need (or want) to work on:

Hans van Meegeren, WP:Naming conflict, Andrea Yates, Patrice Pike

Faves[edit]

These are a few of the articles I have put some effort into, and of which I am no doubt inordinately proud:

Really, quite an odd lot, don't you think?

Biographical crap[edit]

I'm not a big fan of homepages and such, but I can't stand my name appearing in red everywhere, so...

A few salient, if utterly non-notable facts:

  • Nearing 47 years old, I live in or around Dallas, TX, and my first name is Greg.
  • My primary 'skill' (in the context of Wikipedia at least) is a (to me) disturbing ability (perhaps 'curse') to spot roughly 97.5% of the grammatical and typographical errors in a text on a casual reading. All my life, reading a newspaper has been an exercise in frustration; I want so bad to fix those mistakes. I don't know why. Guess why I'm attracted to Wikipedia... go on, guess! ;^)
  • I'm bold, and won't hesitate to rewrite entire sections of text in line with my own conceptions of clarity and brevity. Confident in my voice, I hope my redactions will be found beneficial for the 'pedia. OTH, I rarely (if ever) "monitor" my edits. Once done, I release them; they are no longer mine. (Not that I don't monitor articles, mind you.)

Achtung, Baby![edit]

User: Eaglizard has been purported to have made the following statement:

Notice of Copyleft

Any and all of the potentially numiferous edits, edit summaries or other changes to the Wikipedia database made by me under this user name User: Eaglizard, on the content of any article, or on any talk page or other namespace page (unless specifically noted otherwise therein, published elsewhere, and specifically released by me to Wikipedia per convention), are covered under the terms of the GFDL, and are in addition hereby by myself released with utter and unrestrained liberté into the infinite bounds of the Lumineferous Aether, for any and all use, mis-use, or other unforseen noetic approach. (Mi noesis es su noema, bebe!!)

Dept. of Funny Crap Dept.[edit]

Unbelievably, the article on the porn 'classic' World's Biggest Gang Bang contains {{spoiler}} a spoiler warning!!!!

Hilarious. (BTW, it would seem the "spoiler" is that, though she promises to do 300, she is forced to stop at 251. Sorry if I've spoiled it for you...

- updated years later: remember spoiler alerts?? *sigh* Eaglizard (talk) 10:16, 13 July 2009 (UTC)

Something Important I've Realized[edit]

Conflict is vacuous. It sucks me in every time. I'm going to stay away from AfD, for one thing. Conflict sucks.


Something Else Important[edit]

If you find yourself accusing someone of "always wanting to get in the last word", it's a Very Bad Sign. Think about it. There's only one way to know this about someone, Mr. WP:POT-head.


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Nomination of Robert Muller for deletion[edit]

A discussion is taking place as to whether the article Robert Muller is suitable for inclusion in Wikipedia according to Wikipedia's policies and guidelines or whether it should be deleted.

The article will be discussed at Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Robert Muller until a consensus is reached, and anyone is welcome to contribute to the discussion. The nomination will explain the policies and guidelines which are of concern. The discussion focuses on high-quality evidence and our policies and guidelines.

Users may edit the article during the discussion, including to improve the article to address concerns raised in the discussion. However, do not remove the article-for-deletion template from the top of the article. PhantomSteve/talk|contribs\ 20:11, 11 May 2012 (UTC)