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AlmostReadytoFly is a Yorkshire-born physicist, previously an undergraduate at the University of Oxford. He gained his username when a friend typed his initials into acronymfinder.com.

### Wikipedia-relevant interests and facts

 This user is a physicist.

### Wikipedia-irrelevant interests and facts

 Needle Nardle Noo This user listens to The Goon Show on the modern-type, steam-driven cardboard wireless.
 ISIHAC This user is a fan of I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue.
 Bad Week This user has won The Worst Week of the Week Award, Awarded Weekly, on a Week-by-Week Basis.
 NOW This user loves The Now Show and hates The Git Wizard.

### Grammar notes

Important note: Grammar Nazi is not a compliment. It cannot be "reclaimed" in the name of people who like readable sentences.[1] If, like me, you are one of those people, please do not associate yourself with National Socialism. If you are unlike me, you will nevertheless have heard of Godwin's Law.

The following collection of boxes, and the fact that the last one makes me wince, should let you know my views on apostrophes.

 UK This user uses British English.
 by The passive voice may be used by this user.
 your you’re This user thinks that if your grammar is incorrect, then you’re in need of help.
 its & it’s This user understands the difference between its and it’s. So should you.
 its it’s It’s really not that hard to use each word in its proper manner.
 ’s Thi's user know's that not every word that end's with s need's an apostrophe and will remove misused apostrophe's from Wikipedia with extreme prejudice.

### Noteworthy, amusing, useful or just baffling pages

voiceless palatal-velar fricative

Chuchichäschtli is a shibboleth of Swiss German

Once upon a time, the Feynman diagram[2] was invented.

${\displaystyle {\frac {1}{6}}\left(\mid 1\rangle +\mid 2\rangle +\mid 3\rangle +\mid 4\rangle +\mid 5\rangle +\mid 6\rangle \right)\oplus \left(\mid 1\rangle +\mid 2\rangle +\mid 3\rangle +\mid 4\rangle +\mid 5\rangle +\mid 6\rangle \right)}$