Many of Bilorv's views are quite controversial, such as their thoughts relating to politics, religion and pineapples. Bilorv regularly says things that are odd, nonsensical or downright stupid — many examples of which can be found on this user page.
Wikipedia is a really helpful website, with everything from researching endothermic reactions to finding out the colour of the universe. I used Wikipedia for years without ever making an edit. Then one day, I thought: "Hey, why don't I try to give something back?", or possibly: "I'm really annoyed that there's a comma missing in this article." I can't remember. It was a while ago.
This user uses edit counts and service awards as helpful goals and milestones when editing Wikipedia, but still knows that they are not an accurate reflection of how much they have contributed to the site.
You made it to Round 3! Thank-you for being part of the success for the first GA Cup! We hope to see you next year! --Dom497 (talk) 03:19, 10 January 2015 (UTC)
The Running Man Barnstar
Hey Bilorv, just a quick barnstar to say thanks for the review of one of Boat Race articles you conducted over the past year. As of this morning, I completed my (initial) goal of ensuing that every Boat Race had, not only its own article, but one that was either of GA or FA status: we now have 158 GAs and 3 FAs that we can all be proud of! It doesn't stop here, for me at least, I'm going to keep up with improving the quality of the GAs and look for more FA opportunities. Plus, there's the small matter of 70 Women's Boat Race articles to get up and running! But thanks again, I couldn't have done it without your help. The Rambling Man (talk) 15:50, 16 April 2015 (UTC)
The Original Barnstar
Hey Bilorv, I would like to send this Barnstar to thank your many good contributions and constant dedication on Wikipedia. You have proven strong, consistent and constructive edits on Wikipedia. With this I would like to give you this Barnstar to thank you for your good work.
Hi Bilorv. Thanks for the extremely informative reply you left me at the Teahouse, and for being so thoughtful as to explain how to include code without it displaying. I went there to learn one new thing and ended up learning two new things. Well chuffed!! Please accept this brownie as a small token of my appreciation. Have a good day. tH0r (talkcontribs) 13:35, 19 August 2015 (UTC)
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