User:Shirt58

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en-5 This user can contribute with a professional level of English.
mt-5 when 17th centry Heo Mok was visited Song Siyeol, but Song Si-yeol's meeting is nothing. reverted to a long wait of Fail. Angry was Heo Mok Said, "Bojihwyangdong Bulansonsseonsaeng"
enm-1 This led knoweth sumhwet of Englyssh.
ja-2 この利用者はある程度日本語ができます。
fr-1 Cet utilisateur peut contribuer avec un niveau élémentaire de français.
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it-1 Questo utente può contribuire con un livello semplice di italiano.
zh-0 這位用戶無法理解中文
这位用户无法理解中文
hu-0 Ez a szerkesztő nem tud magyarul.
ro-0 Acest utilizator nu se înţelege română.
fi-0 Tämä käyttäjä ymmärtää suomea hyvin vähän tai ei yhtään.
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A Shirt58, yesterday "The superfluous, that very necessary thing..." - Voltaire

Hi, I'm Peter aka Shirt58. My username comes from the field hockey shirt I was allocated some while ago. Yes, men do play field hockey. And Tasmania is not a fictional place.

This is not the Australia men's national field hockey team at the 2004 Summer Olympics.

The Australia men's national field hockey team has a long tradition of being the the best in the world and then somehow managing not to win the Olympic gold medal, with one exception.

I have very strong opinions about almost everything. My views are unconventional, iconoclastic and coruscatingly pragmatic. You will find nothing of the sort in my contributions to the Wikipedia project.


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My editing philosophy[edit]

  • Be concise and use good references.
Symbol question.svg This user has written or expanded 8 articles featured in the Did You Know section on the Main Page.
  • I've recently tried to bump up my contributions to at least 50% article-space edits. As of 27 February 2014 my "edit count pie" looked like this. As of 1 November 2014 my "edit count pie" looked like... erm, a SVG image with XML markup I couldn't even begin to understand, but it's 53.3%.