I am a college student, currently majoring in philosophy. In my off time when I am not at school, some of my favorite pastimes are writing and enjoying the great outdoors. I also try to spend as much time as I can with my family and friends.
My hope with Wikipedia is that I can contribute in some small way to this vast and amazing project. So far, I've found that I spend most of my time on the task of copy-editing although I am sure I'll branch out soon enough.
I try my best to stay balanced in this subject, and it can be very hard sometimes! So if I ever get out of hand, or you would like a friendly debate or talk about anything that I have edited or created, feel free to let me know!
I'd like to offer my thanks, and, I hope, the thanks of all Wikipedians, for the amount of time and effort you're contributing to International Space Station. You want that gold star for the article so badly that you can practically see it hanging on the article page already, and that's providing you with a motivation I rarely see. I wish you the best of luck with your efforts, I wish you the appreciation of the other editors and countless readers, and, most importantly, I wish you that gold star! --Ericdn (talk) 08:40, 11 March 2009 (UTC)
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