Why is my user name DangerousJXD?
Well, on the video game Grand Theft Auto V, if you call Jimmy, and it's not a part where he will answer, the voice message says: "Dis big J, A.K.A. J dawg, A.K.A. dangerous J. And I should probably say Jimmy De Santa in case this is in relation to a doctors appointment. Spizeak!" So there you go, DangerousJ with the XD emoticon. I like the XD emoticon and J is a letter of importance to me. I'm far from dangerous. DangerousJXD is one of the names I 'go by'.
I am a PlayStation gamer. I love Marvel and DC comic books. The National Basketball Association is spectacular. YouTube, Google, and Wikipedia are the three best things the Internet has to offer. I don't have a computer. I don't have the Internet. I love food. The Simpsons is the best TV show ever made! Jeopardy! is pretty great too. The internet is pretty sweet. I love air-conditioning. Star Wars is epic. I still use DVDs. I have some serious issues. I have been through a severe tropical cyclone and I don't like it. I get scared of electronic devices. Space is a wonderful place. I am not religious in any way at all. I enjoy Coke. I love animals. I have mastered the art of whistling. I am not a sucker.
That is all you need to know.
Notes about Wikipedia
- If you asked me why I edit Wikipedia, I wouldn't know how to summarize it in a timely manner. I suppose a simple way of saying why I edit Wikipedia is this: I edit Wikipedia because I love Wikipedia.
- I edit Wikipedia on a phone as I don't have a computer. It really doesn't matter though because everything is pretty much the same and I can switch to desktop view if I need it. You don't need to treat me differently; I use a phone, so what? I don't like the fact that I use a phone but it's all I got.
- I believe that welcoming users is one of the best things a user can do here on Wikipedia. If I hadn't gotten my welcome message, then I would most likely either not be very good at editing Wikipedia or not be editing at all here on Wikipedia. That initial welcome is a motivator to get started.
- If you respond or reply to me or anything like that, I'd prefer that you tell me that you've done so by "pinging" me. If you make sure I've been notified, you'll get a response (if necessary) faster and you'll make sure I see your post.
- Why did I join Wikipedia? Well, there are a few reasons. I initially created an account just for something to do. I was also sick of years of seeing things I could correct on the spot (such as a typo). Lastly, I wanted another thing to do in my life. So here I am.
- Don't hesitate to use my talk page.
- I am not a Sockpuppet. I never edited as an IP and this is my first and only Wikipedia account. End of story.
- Don't vandalize Wikipedia. Just don't.
- If you're new to editing Wikipedia, go to the Teahouse. That is the place where I learned a big portion of what I know. It's so good at teaching new users, that somebody once thought I was a seasoned editor.
- If you see a typo, correct it immediately or it will haunt you forever. I saw one once but I left it. Even though someone has probably corrected it, that still annoys me that I just left it. Never again.
- I will now tell the story of the time I left Wikipedia. About a month into editing, a user had a "dispute" with me. This "dispute" made me leave Wikipedia. I was still learning the ropes and therefore, I was not good at all at editing Wikipedia. I had 300 or so edits and I didn't like Wikipedia as much as I do now; I thought it was a cool, fun, little thing to do here and there. Wikipedia didn't have me hooked yet; it has its claws in me now though, and they're very deep. When I decided to leave, I left a message on my talk and user pages saying: "Bye Wikipedia.". I then logged out. A few days later I wanted back in. I tried to log in but I didn't remember my password. After a few minutes of trying to crack my own password, I suddenly didn't care anymore. A week or so later (at this point, I was well and truly over Wikipedia), my phone broke. Five months later, I got a new phone. You see, I am not one of those high-tech punks that always is doing something on there fancy phone, so I didn't need a phone. Wikipedia is the sole purpose of my phone. I don't care for "apps" or texting. A few weeks after I got the new phone, I started thinking about Wikipedia. I decided to attempt to log back in. After a few days of trying all the things my password could be, I cracked it (and it was so obvious to me). I removed the two notes I left and returned to normal editing. A relatively short time after that, I "fell in love" with Wikipedia. The rest, as they say, is history.
- I have a userbox below which displays the current time where I am. I am never active at 10:10PM–5:55PM and I can be active at any other time. I am very active every day.
- Create an account. Some users once gave me some terrific answers to a question I asked at the Teahouse regarding user accounts.
- Do you follow the talk page guidelines?
- I edit a wide variety of topics here at Wikipedia. I edit things that are in my random stuff section above like the NBA, comics, and video games. I edit Australian TV shows, people, places or products. I edit any mistake I see on any page on the spot. I edit anything I have interests or knowledge in. I really just edit anything.
- I don't upload photos to Wikipedia.
- There could be times where I'll be inactive or not very active on Wikipedia for a certain amount of time. This could be caused by a number of things. Maybe I hate Wikipedia again and have decided to leave (doubt it), maybe I'm busy (probably not), maybe my phone breaks (possible), maybe my phone signal is playing up (good chance), maybe my phone has run out of credit (big worry), or maybe, just maybe, it involves cyclones. Of course there is a chance I have died or something like that. If I was to choose to leave Wikipedia, I would leave a note somewhere saying that I have done so.
- I sometimes wonder who's watching me...
- Wikipedia is serious business.
- I keep Wikipedia business on Wikipedia. So for example, I will never email anyone regarding Wikipedia like some users do. I don't even have an email.
- I do not use any kind of talkback templates. That's what the notification system is for.
- I do not make "(Semi-)automated edits".
- When discussing things, I prefer keeping the discussion on one page.