Hi, this is Masternachos. I'd love to have an awesome page, but I don't know how to put userboxes on here.
Ignore anything I've ever said on non-Baseball-related pages.
I'm the one who created all (well, the vast majority of) the Baseball Hall of Fame Balloting pages. It's kind of a big deal.
About me? Well, I don't care what YOUR beliefs are (religiously, politically, etc) so long as you don't care what MY beliefs are. Well, I mean I 'care' as in I'll be interested, but no one should hate or deride someone for their beliefs. For example, feeling that only an idiot could disagree with you. That kind of thing.
I am 23 and living at home. ...Although, most people do, don't they?
- [Oops, wrong location. Feel free to delete, or move to your talk or the main balloting talk(?) if you think it worthwhile]
- Hi, I have improved most of the Balloting articles.
- You did a lot of typing when you were twenty.
- What do you think of the color code? I would water the colors a little (as in the key below) or a lot (as in the rows Mathewson to Speaker). —but I wouldn't, even with consensus, because I don't know how to do it efficiently. --P64 (talk) 17:40, 11 January 2012 (UTC)
-Didn't see this until just now... Yes, I did do a lot of typing! I actually would do one Baseball Hall of Fame Balloting page over lunch, every day. Mostly copy-and-paste, and then correcting, just so that those pages would exist now. Colors seem fine, somebody's gone and done it to all of the pages. Masternachos (talk) 20:43, 30 December 2012 (UTC)
- quotation from Baseball Hall of Fame balloting, 1936 with three versions of green and blue in place of one.
|Elected to the Hall. These individuals are also indicated in bold italics.|
|Players who were elected in future elections. These individuals are also indicated in plain italics.|