If you want to drop any bombs on me, you can apparently get the telemetry data. You probably need an extra click or two change to satellite imagery. If you do, you can see my car in the driveway, and my house quite easily. Is this fact creepy? (actually, if you trust google, you will target some neighbors on my block rather than me; but still...) Update: from Oct '06 until whenever, you'll have to send the bombs to west Los Angeles; I'm sure Google can tell you the address).
This editor suffers fools poorly, and just is not able to assume good faith when it is self-evidently absent.
So I am for the moment going to say that I'm not sure of his/her gender, and am going to refer to Lulu as a girl, since its a girl's name. If he is a man and wants to be known as a man, change his name to something like Paul or something. (A secret admirer)
Just as the dominated classes' ideological structures determine their future political, economic, and moral situations; my own view of my position to my boss determines my relation to my boss. These thoughts in the sailor went round and round like hamsters strung out on dex. (Kathy Acker, Empire of the Senseless)
For the record, I am not User:22.214.171.124 and would welcome whatever processes can be employed to prove this. My current IP address is 192.168.1.3. User:126.96.36.199 is a friend and collegue of mine, however, who is new to Wikipedia.(username redacted)
Do not treat bad-faith engagement as if it were in good-faith solely to preserve a superficial cordiality. It is not OK to lie outright, nor to fixatedly cling to your own ignorance; Or in the language of South Park: You have the right to call shennanigans (bullshit).
If I seem shortsighted to you, it is only because I have stood on the backs of midgets. (also a .signature of mine, but "stolen" from some dimly remembered source)
If once a man indulges himself in murder, very soon he comes to think little of robbing; and from robbing he comes next to drinking and Sabbath-breaking, and from that to incivility and procrastination. (Thomas de Quincey)
Keeping medicines from the bloodstreams of the sick; food from the bellies of the hungry; books from the hands of the uneducated; technology from the underdeveloped; and putting advocates of freedom in prisons. Intellectual property is to the 21st century what the slave trade was to the 16th. (yours truly, as an email .signature; quoted around the 'net)
The specter of free information is haunting the `Net! All the powers of IP- and crypto-tyranny have entered into an unholy alliance...ideas have nothing to lose but their chains. Unite against "intellectual property" and anti-privacy regimes! (ditto, though I may have borrowed just a little in writing it ☺)
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Pages that are meant as temporary/draft versions, talk pages, or pages that are purely administrative, excluded from the list below. I am tempted to list those articles where I have made "substantial" improvements. But it is such a fine line between substantial and merely worthwhile improvements that I think you will just need to look at my contribution history if you really care.
Therefore, I would characterize my attitude towards page deletion as Occamist. I really don't often believe in the substantial existence of categories. In other words, I am a nominalist. Concretely, it tends to mean: put the facts in the subject articles themselves, not in weak aggregations of like things.