User:RebekahThorn

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Hello,

I am not the least bit sure what Wikipedia users put on their user pages.

If you are wondering what I am up to... try my sandbox.

Rebekah


About Me:

Stubborn
Argumentative
Unwilling to tolerate fools
My Life
I do not have time for one
Graduate Student
Born in California
Have lived in Iowa, New Jersey, Kentucky, and Virginia
Wikipedia Editor
Mostly RebekahThorn
But as I clear my Browser Cache often, Also The Comcast IP 71.206.140.56
Others as I remember to jot them down...
I am up front in my actions... I ask you be the same!
Too Much Information
If you really want to track my unexciting life, try My Google Profile -- It has everything but the dishes in the sink


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