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I live in Michigan in the Detroit area and am currently employed as a production chemist. I am a graduate from Wayne State University and enjoy photography, cooking, coin collecting, reading and obviously Wikipedia.
I spend time moving from one area to another depending on my mood, ranging from dispute resolution pages such as WP:ANI and WP:WQA to new page patrol, AFD logs and welcoming committee work. Additionally, I am involved in vandalism fighting but restrict most of that work to pages I have an interest in and have on my watch page. I have spent most of my time copyediting and improving articles that exist, but due to my opportunity to obtain hard-cover paper-copy references (also known as books) I have begun fundamentally re-writing and creating articles about Fabergé eggs. I hope to continue this until all articles about the eggs first of all exist, and second have a consistent style and layout, with the correct infobox present and with reliable sources. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated, as would coyediting or pointing out my mistakes in my work.
For your recent extensive work on the root mining article by removing the US-centric content, making it more readable and over all less suckey...I hear by award you the first ever Mining Barnstar. --Kelapstick (talk) 23:01, 21 October 2008 (UTC)
I, ClockworkSoul, in recognition of your keep eyesight (and the fact you probably had it coming), hereby award you with this snazzy Barnstar of Diligence. Display it proudly! – ClockworkSoul 14:14, 1 September 2009 (UTC)