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SummerPhD (born 1 April 1925 in Antwerp, Belgium[citation needed]) is a Wikipedia editor, best known as the host of the LGBT musical variety show Marcus Welby (Mrs.), M.D..[1]. Though unjustly forgotten by kids these days, it was a huge hit in Belgium.[dubious ] Her catch phrase, "Rektum? Es tötete ihn fast!", was the political slogan of the Social Democrat party in the late 1970s, which Margaret Thatcher's 3rd cousin twice removed once may have called the "moral touchstone of a generation". It preceded the passage of the Maastricht Treaty in 1991 by nearly 15 years. After the forthcoming realization of Europe's dominance in world affairs in the late to mid early 21st century, many legends about her would develop. Though widely believed by some[who?], scholars generally accept that DocS:

  • so sure it's obvious what that song is about
  • likely to take too kindly to that

Cum grano salis[edit]

I really should be using this by now.
Peacockery ("Oscar winning")
Rakesh Gangwal
Brian L. Roberts
Walter Annenberg]
Donny Deutsch
Derek Ferguson
Wendy Finerman
Aaron Karo
Laura Lang, CEO, Time, Inc.
Gerald Lestz (1935), Columnist, author, publisher, founder of the Demuth Museum.[1]
Jay Livingston, Oscar winning composer (The Paleface in 1948, Captain Carey in 1950, and The Man Who Knew Too Much in 1956)
Warren Lieberfarb, CEO and President, Warner Home Video
Harold W. McGraw III, Chairman and CEO, The McGraw-Hill Companies
William S. Paley, Founder, Columbia Broadcasting System
Manuel V. Pangilinan, President and CEO, Philippine Telephone Company
Atul Singh, Indian editor-in-chief of Fair Observer and political commentator
Gregg Spiridellis, Founder, JibJab Media Inc
Kidlat Tahimik (Eric De Guia), Filipino filmmaker
Laurence Tisch, Former CEO of CBS
Cenk Uygur, Radio Talk Show Host, The Young Turks, Air America Radio and columnist for The Huffington Post
David Vise, Pulitzer-prize winner, Washington Post
Rick Yune, actor, screenwriter, producer, martial artist
Mortimer Zuckerman, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief, U.S. News & World Report
Armand Arreza, former Administrator and CEO of the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority
Richard Hines
William Kissick
Alassane Dramane Ouattara, President, Ivory Coast
Vincent Perez, former Minister of Energy of the Philippines
Gary Wilson, Canadian Senator
Frank Lavin, former Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade, former United States Ambassador to Singapore
Jeffrey Katz, President and CEO, Sherwood Equities, Inc.
J.D. Power III, Founder of marketing research firm J.D. Power & Associates.


Oceanhouse Media[edit]


Fictional ages[edit]

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Winx Club
List of All Grown Up! characters[31]
All Grown Up![32]
Gravity Falls[33]
Little Einsteins[34]
Winx Club[36]
The Book Thief[40]
Nick Hits[41]
Pop Girl[43]
Shanna's Girl[44]
Kate and Orbie[46]
The Huggabug Club[47]
The Biscuit Brothers[48]
Maggie and the Feroceous Beast[50]
64 Zoo Lane[51]
Little Bill[52]
Ni Hao Kai-Lan[53]
Little Einsteins[54]
The Lorax[55]
The Cat In the Hat[56]
Motion Picture Association of America film rating system[57]
Winx club[58]
Education in the United States[59]
Full House[60]
Ned's Declasified[61]
My Little Pony[62]
Free Willy[64]
Saddle Club[65]
Mona the Vampire[66]
Hocus Pocus[
Fresh Beat[67]
Maya & Miguel[68]
64 Zoo Lane[69]
Upside DownShow[70]

Motel for Cats/Malcolm in the Middle vandal[edit]

Moving to User:SummerPhD/Joshua_Raymond_Hahn

    • Muppets...
    • Muppets and Phineas and Ferb: Christmas Special[78]
    • Phineas and Ferb on Shark Tank[79]
    • Who Framed Roger Rabbit 2[80]
    • Phineas and Ferb feature film[81]
    • Malcolm in the Middle[82]
    • Titan's Curse(real)[83]
    • Motel for Cats[84]
    • Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Sea of Monsters[85]
    • Have Yourself a Neddy Little Christmas[86]
    • Chowder[87]
    • Casper[88]
    • A Yumi Movie[89]
    • Tinker Bell and the Mysterious Winter Woods(real)[90]
    • Benjamin & Nutkin[91]
    • Mighty Max[92]
    • Teen Beach Musical[93]
    • Aqua Teen Hunger Force The Movie[94]

Lit 101[edit]

Dynamic IP WP:ENGVAR vandal[edit]

Editor has recognized at least one warning.[111]Knock, Knock, Ginger


To check[edit]

The Adjustment Bureau
This Space Available
Black Swan
Captain Phillips (film)
The Dead Pool
The Monuments Men
Prometheus (2012 film)
Saving Mr. Banks
The Shark Is Still Working
The Signal
Source Code

Articles I've created[edit]

I know what you're thinking: "Summer, you've make like 14 bazillion edits (15 bazillion if we include "discussions" with editors begging to be blocked). Why only 25-30 new articles?" Well, the way I look at it, if we had 10,000 editors just like me, we'd have close to 300,000 articles about semi-obscure basketball/tennis stars, vaguely mobbed up restauranteurs and defunct aquariums. Isn't that what Wikipedia is all about?

Redirects created for later expansion[edit]

Significant improvements[edit]

Articles that clearly signal the approach of the Apocalypse[edit]

List of Unicode characters

  1. ^ "Obituary of Gerald S. Lestz". Lancaster Newspapers, Inc. Retrieved 2009-09-21.