|MCB is on a lengthy wiki sabbatical due to project, travel, house-related, and family eldercare duties, and hopes to return to editing and mopwork soon. Please send email for any urgent matters.|
My Wikipedia interests mostly involve food, cooking, restaurants, travel and tourism, hotels, transportation (especially airlines/airports/aircraft), geography, history, and legal topics. I am a member of WikiProject Aviation and a number of its sub-projects, WikiProject San Francisco Bay Area, and helped restart WikiProject Food and Drink.
My food & travel writing: http://www.berchonfood.com
My professional (law practice) home page: http://www.berchlaw.com
I am an administrator on the English-language Wikipedia. If you need assistance or information specifically from me, please post to my Talk page, or if it's more general, see Wikipedia:Requests for administrator attention for more information.
I do have Babel boxes and ISO 15924 boxes, but they're really not quite descriptive enough to be useful, especially at the lower ability levels (like mine). Basically, I'm a native English speaker, not fluent in any other language, but I can get along reasonably well in reading/writing French (and occasionally edit the fr Wikipedia); I can make fairly decent sense out of written Spanish; I have about a semester each of Russian, Japanese, and Hebrew, and am presently studying Mandarin Chinese at a beginning level, using simplified Chinese characters.
Articles I created
Aaron Durley • ALM Flight 980 • Anaheim Ice • Arthur Bryant's • Cape Town Treaty • Chuck steak • Court of Historical Review • Cruz Reynoso • Darius Ogden Mills • Dogpatch, San Francisco, California • Erebus: The Aftermath • Financier (pastry) • Fresh Choice • Gougère • Hamilton Camp • Hôtel Lutetia • Karen Dior • Kenny Buttrey • Lacey Fosburgh • Mailgram • Mussel Rock • North American Meat Processors Association • ORBIS International • Oxtail • Pleasanton Weekly • Polidor • Ray Kidder • Swiss steak • Tomales Bay State Park • Tombstone (advertising) • Veeraswamy
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