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If you're reading this, then you might be wondering:

  • Hey, I think I've seen you before!

I've edited here for quite a while now, having different accounts in the past several years I've also edited semi-anonymously in multiple places, thus using various IP addresses. I've made an account for convenience.

  • Hey, you're stalking me!

I like reading about a wide variety of topics, and it's very likely that I've just so happened to interact with you across several pages because I'm interested in the same things you are.

  • That name sounds familiar!

It's a reference to the cultural / socio-economic / political libertarian podcast Coffee And Markets. Ironically enough, I've fallen out of the pattern of reguarly listening to that podcast, so the name is somewhat of an 'artifact title'.

  • Hey, you're very biased!

I'm a human being, and- like all of them- I come from a certain perspective and have a lot of biases. I try my best to be objective when I contribute to articles, however. I think there's nothing wrong with editors having strong viewpoints on things. What's important is talking things out in a civil manner.