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'Oh, you can’t help that,' said the Cat. 'We’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad.'
'How do you know I’m mad?' said Alice.
'You must be,' said the Cat, 'or you wouldn’t have come here.'”
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Articles I've created
- Felis lunensis (Martelli's Cat)
- Felis attica
- Elizabeth Goodridge
- New York City: the 51st State
- Alis Lesley
- The Students
- It Hurts to Be in Love
- Look of Love (Lesley Gore song)
- Tipsy cake
- The Physics (hip hop group)
- Abbott Fuller Graves
- Ugolino Martelli
- Cazelle de Saint Affrique
- Looking for an Echo (Song)
- William J. A. Bailey
- Table entertainment
- Jubilate_Agno... which was featured as the lead "Did You Know" article (with picture of C. Smart) on 14 June 2008. It is my only contribution to the DYK? section.
Articles I've improved
- Bengal cat
- Hilton Head Island
- Hodge (cat)
- Leopard cat
- List of cats
- Parc des Félins
- Robert Salmon
- Room 8
Articles I should create but haven't
- The Family: The Story of Charles Manson's Dune Buggy Attack Battalion (Ed Sanders book)
- PSI Trailing cat "homing instinct"
- Althea Hewitt reggae singer
- The Eternals (group) doo-wop group
- Every Day of the Week song by The Students
- William H. "Prez" Tyus, Jr. Cincinnati high school student who wrote two doo-wop standards, "I'm So Young" and "Everyday of the Week", recorded by The Students
- The Ten Commandments of Love song by The Moonglows
- Lewis Lymon & The Teenchords doo-wop group, "I'm So Happy"
- Lil McClintock 1930 South Carolina Blues and Gospel singer
- Witchi Tai To song by Jim Pepper, derived from a peyote song of the Native American Church, covered by many bands
- Rebirth Of Cool series of CDs
- Electric Youth (band) part of College, the David Grellier collaborative
- Pie safe furniture - ♦ Thanks! to Anna Frodesiak for starting this one ♦
- Outta Here (KRS-One song) hip-hop
- Robbie Shakespeare guitarist and one-half of the Jamaican production duo Sly and Robbie
- The Fantastic Johnny C badass soul singer, "Boogaloo Down Broadway"
- Brenda Dean Paul society drug addict - ♦ Thanks! to Tom Pippens for starting this one ♦
- Pete Wyoming Bender Native American singer
- Amelia Peabody (sculptress) (Disambiguate to AP the fictional character)
- Barthélémy Chassanée French attorney famous for defending animals accused of felonious crimes
- Faisselle cheese
- Ambergris Blood Sweat & Tears splinter band
- William Emerson Baker a rich, crazy person (19th c.) who built "a wondrous and fantastical folly" in his backyard in Needham, MA
- Monroecreekian geologic period, and
- Write Rosko's biography, and
- Rewrite the Gemstone File article.
|The Fauna Barnstar|
|I Award You The Fauna Barnstar for your constant and tireless work improving and protecting articles related to Zoo's and Big Cats. Thanks and Keep Up the GREAT work. ZooPro (talk) 03:57, 20 September 2009 (UTC)|
|The Anti-Vandalism Barnstar|
|This barnstar is awarded to Seduisant for vigilance in reverting vandalism to articles within the scope of WikiProject Cats. Tea with toast (talk) 00:41, 31 January 2010 (UTC)|
|The Random Acts of Kindness Barnstar|
|Thank you for helping me, I was having trouble correcting and editing the info and didn't want to get in trouble by breaking rules I'm new and easily confused as how to post,edit and what I'm allowed to link. ROCKNROLLQUEENL (talk) 04:00, 7 June 2013 (UTC)|
Most popular articles
- This article is a favorite. So is this one. Of all my contributions, I'm probably most pleased with this article.
- I'm a member of the Wiki Project France Paris Task Force, a little-known but noble endeavour.
|WikiProject France / Paris|
Walt Whitman in 1887
Tuli Kupferberg, family photo
The Bengal cat Stella, an exemplar of the breed standard.
The Snow Leopard.
The Eurasian Lynx.
A Watusi as seen from an aerial tramway.
A female African Bush Elephant at the Roger Williams Zoo in Providence.
The Giant Isopod, kind of like a crab. In Northern Taiwan, they are served in seaside restaurants.
A Red Panda (Ailurus fulgens) gnawing on an exfoliated bamboo bush.
"Out there" does not even begin to describe Nicholas Roerich.
A secluded patio off Commercial Street in Provincetown
Symbol of Jainism
The flag still proudly flown in some parts of America on April 26th.
Sheet music for the best-selling song in the Coon Song genre, popular in the U.S. 1880-1920.
A young Thunbergia alata being trained to grow on a trellis feeder wire.
A Charter Arms Bulldog .44-caliber double action revolver.
The Fangtooth moray, native to the eastern Atlantic ocean.
Summer sunset along Beach Point, North Truro, Massachusetts
A ratty-looking Devil's Strip in suburban Greater Boston, Massachusetts. Outside of rural areas in New England, devil's strips are narrow - the one pictured is 52 in from curb to sidewalk. They are usually not maintained by the municipality, but rather by the property owner, and are used primarily to provide space for utility poles.
Tip of the day
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Picture of the day
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In the Conservatory is an 1879 oil painting by Édouard Manet which depicts a married couple, Manet's friends the Guillemets, in a conservatory in Paris then owned by painter Otto Rosen. Despite a hint of intimacy from the proximity of their hands, the couple appear detached from both each other and the conservatory around them. First exhibited in the 1879 Paris Salon, the painting is now held at the Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin.
This section stolen from User:Fuhghettaboutit.
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