User talk:Mungo Kitsch

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RETIRED


As of August 30, 2013 at 23:59 UTC, I am officially retired from Wikipedia. After six years, four months, 17 days, and over 27,000 non-deleted edits as of this post, I feel that the time to move onward is imminent, as I need to focus on other areas of my life, both personal and professional. I, as of this post, am currently experiencing a shift in priorities.


While I may consider returning to editing Wikipedia in the future, doing so is not on my mind right now, and is therefore uncertain. However, if I do any future editing, I will log on for such activities, and not edit anonymously. However, as far as I know, this is the end of my tenure here.

Many of the interactions with others I've had on Wikipedia are worth being proud of, and I am stepping down on my own terms and not in the midst of, or spurred by, drama. I am grateful to, and for, those who help other people on this website. It was a pleasure editing Wikipedia for this long, and even though I'm retiring, I still feel Wikipedia to be a great service to the world. I wish Wikipedia well for the present and future, as well as the editors who improve articles and/or facets of Wikipedia. Stay true, folks. Mungo Kitsch (talk) 23:59, 30 August 2013 (UTC)

July 2014[edit]

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  • ''Theophilus Tagoe''', popularly known as '''Castro''', or "Castro de Destroyer" (ca. 1982, is a [[Ghanaian people|Ghanaian]] [[Hiplife]] artiste.

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