Just doing some things...
Wikiprojects to Which I Contribute
- German-English translation requests - Mostly proofreading
- New Jersey
- Ice Hockey
- Disambiguation pages with links
- Marcello Tegalliano translation from it:Marcello Tegalliano at User:JHMM13/Current1
- Turning Domenico Selvo into a Featured Article. Done
- Currently translating New Jersey Devils into Italian.
I thank everyone who's dropped me a little award.
|I hereby present this Plenary Indulgence Award to JHMM13
in recognition of all his help and patience in getting me started
and off on the right track. --Mmounties 23:12, 6 February 2006 (UTC)
|The Random Acts of Kindness Barnstar|
|Hi JHMM13, how are you? my Request for adminship has passed with a total tally of 88/3/1. Thank you for your kind words and writing such a cool summary, I was extremely humbled and touched by that. Please let me know if you require any assistance that I might be able to help with and also comment on my performance. Btw I heard you like movies? take care, all the best and with kind regards Gryffindor 16:48, 2 April 2006 (UTC)|
|The Copyeditor's Barnstar|
For your generous, unbiased and committed work on helping to improve the prose style of 2012 Summer Olympics bids, considering how real life consumes a lot of your spare time, I hereby award you with the Copyeditor's Barnstar.
|The Original Barnstar|
|Congratulations on the FA status bestowed on Domenico Selvo. Terrific work - I sincerely applaud this effort. Mangojuicetalk 03:44, 12 April 2007 (UTC)|
|The Tireless Contributor Barnstar|
|This is for all your contributions not only to my articles, but to other articles as well. Especially all the translating you do, thank you. BsroiaadnTalk 02:07, 24 June 2007 (UTC)|
Where I'm From
I am originally from New Jersey where I lived for 18 years. Until I was about thirteen years old, I spent my summers in Bruchsal, Germany. After that I attended Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts for two years until I transferred to Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina in the Fall of 2005.