Hi there, I'm a terrible Wikipedia addict with a rather eccentric list of interests. By education and expertise I am a Victorianist and a specialist in art, but my main interests here are in the history of scholarly theories in religion, literature and ethnology. Hence I tend to contribute to articles about the history of racial theories, religious ideologies and – especially – any stuff that combines the two. I'm also a big fan of Shakespeare.
For your heroic efforts to improve Wikipedia by single-handedly creating the Anne Whateley page, the Abel Lefranc page and the Joseph C. Hart page, and also by greatly expanding and rewriting the previously stubby James Wilmot page (as mentioned by Shapiro!) and the William Stanley, 6th Earl of Derby page. These accomplishments will be writ large in the history of Wikipedia and will bestow benefits on countless generations to come, all the while acting as an inspiration to Wikipedians everywhere. Tom Reedy (talk) 06:05, 31 December 2010 (UTC)