Dismas, patron saint of criminals, prisoners, and undertakers. Also known as "The Good Thief" not because he was especially good at his profession but instead because he knew when to own up to what he'd done.
Note for future reference: a Google search of "prison dwarf" does not turn up anything useful. --Fastfission 19:45, 20 July 2005 (UTC)
(When asked the difference between a "Complaint Dept." and "Customer Service") - The diff is much like that between the old U.S. War Department and the newer U.S. Department of Defense. By pretending that customers don't have complaints and countries don't make war, they make it sound like we live in a fairy land filled with care bears who give strangers flowers all the time. StuRat 04:27, 10 January 2006 (UTC)
A decade of block-free content, article creation, auto-patrolling, file moving and reviewing. He does yeoman work at the Reference Desk. This hard working veteran editor deserves a rousing and hearty thank you. As an Eagle Scout he is making a difference at Wikipedia and in the Real World.
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