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TitanOne in a July 2009 Photoshoot
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I am TitanOne of the defunct online badminton team Timog Titans. I have spent several years in the call center industry before transferring to research and resolutions for an information services company. I am also a professional fashion photographer, the link to my Flickr page is as follows. I normally go to Wikipedia during my free time when I am at home under this username TitanOne (previously Maverx). I usually patrol new articles and recent changes with my daughter beside me because when she falls asleep it means that I should probably log-off already. I also advocate new articles to be listed on Wiki’s did you know section at the main page.
I used to play football back in college and high school but opted to shift sports in the account of a major foot injury about 10 years ago. I also enjoy online gaming, specifically sports titles , sandbox type games and the Halo (series). I enjoy travelling, but I do not consider myself as a tourist but rather a an explorer. I am more interested in the ancient world and sort of the mil-adventure seeker, one of my goals is to visit Rongbuk Monastery which overlooks Mt. Everest (no I do not plan to reach the summit) and take a photo of the majestic mountain. As a licensed NAUI scuba diver I bum around beaches and spend most of my time at marine sanctuaries.
I am involved in the following Wikipedia projects:
Did you know?
I've created/expanded 33 articles which has appeared on Wikipedia's main page, specifically at the Did you know? section. I use to have it listed at this page but I had to move it to a sub page as it expanded. I have however listed the articles below:
- BoardEx - 10,000+ hits in May 2009
- Georgette Sanchez
- David P. Cooley
- Overseas Absentee Voting Act
- National Labor Relations Commission (Philippines)
- Association of Broadcasters of the Philippines
- Jennifer Olayvar
- Kelly Misa - 7,900+ hits in June 2009
- Phoemela Baranda - 6,400+ hits in July 2009
- Julius Babao
- Tom Sawyer (1930 film)
- Banaue Rice Terraces - 25,000 hits in July 2009
- Manila Film Center
- Gusuku Sites and Related Properties of the Kingdom of Ryukyu
- Rafael de Izquierdo y Gutiérrez
- S Ori 70
- HD 156668
- Magellan Planet Search Program
- HIP 79431 b
- G 196-3
- Messier 58
- Gamma-ray burst (GRB) 090423 - 11,000 hits in March 2010
- Messier 100 - 8,900 hits in March 2010
- Bobbi Trout
- Pitcher (container)
- Glee (TV series)
- Messier 103
- Messier 91
- Toni Leviste
User, DYK best hooks
To this date I consider the hooks below as the best ones I've done for the DYK project:
--This article was done at the time of its discovery, two other galaxies with red shifts of 8.5 and 10.2 were subsequently discovered. As of February 2011, this GRB is now the 3rd most distant object in the Universe. --TitanOne (talk) 11:48, 8 March 2011 (UTC)
- Update: As of March 2015 - GRB090423 had been re-established as the most distant object in the universe TitanOne (talk) 17:44, 9 March 2015 (UTC)
...... that the American television show Glee was written with the aid of Screenwriting for Dummies?
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I've created a list of the 11 the funniest edits I've ever seen here in wikipedia:
- Badminton history rewritten
- Why Shia couldn't take his eyes off Megan
- A customized Optimus Prime
- Philip Agee, how could you?
- Star Wars spin-offs
- Stephen Colbert has super powers!
- Barney allegedly responsible for 42 missing souls
- Left at awe
- Homer Simpson got raped
- Apparently, God is a danny?
- Yes they do look great on Jen Love Hewitt
The Wet Trout
I have been giving away wet trout awards for the most humorous edits I’ve encountered here in Wikipedia. I understand that not all may agree with me, why we should give recognition for these types of edits, rest assured that these awards are given in the name of pure humour and nothing else. I only award these trouts to edits done by registered users, none for those done by IP addresses.
I've always lived harmoniously with the other beings in the Wikifauna until quite recently I’ve encountered a new type of wikicreatures which I’ve discovered. Upon further research, I found out that they are WikiVampires, creatures of Wikipedia who sucks the editing life out of you and even newbies. They live among the shadows and wait until their next victim conviniently walks past their alley. Be afraid, be very afraid!
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