As of 02:29, 11 March 2015 (UTC), this user has made 1653 edits across all Wikimedia projects since 2007-03-25.
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Autism Awareness Ribbon.png This user has Asperger syndrome.
Admin mop question.svg This user is not a Wikipedia administrator but would like to be one someday.
Police man Twinkle Head.svg This user watches over Wikipedia with the help of Twinkle!
Majority ≠ right This user recognizes that even if 300,000,000 people make the same mistake, it's still a mistake.
GN This user is a Grammar Ninja and says "WAAAAAAAAAA!!!!" as proof.
Seal of Washington.svg This user is part of
WikiProject Washington.
Timezone-8.png The time of this user now is:
17:38, October 5, 2015 PT (purge)
Liberty-statue-from-below.jpg This user supports the United States Libertarian Party.
Mozilla Nightly icon 2011.png This user contributes using Nightly — Firefox trunk builds.
Atom of Atheism-Zanaq.svg This user is an atheist.

52% This user has been a Wikipedian for 51.7% of their life.
24 This user owns 24 working computers.
♂ This user is male.
Albert Einstein Head.jpg This user has been tested and is a Certified Nerd.
Star of life.svg This user scored 178,137 on the Wikipediholic test (revision 652693406).
Wikipedia Reviewer.svg This user has pending changes reviewer rights on the English Wikipedia. (verify)
Barnstar of Humour Hires.png This user has been awarded the Barnstar of Good Humour by DivaKnockouts
Thou/Ye This user wants to resurrect the T–V distinction in English.
they This user considers singular they standard English usage.
Regarding gender, this user will use the vernacular, not what is politically correct.
couldn't've This user believes that couldn't've would make a perfectly fine word.
snuk This user says snuck.
This user chooses never to split infinitives.
... in. Ending a sentence with a preposition is something up with which this user will not put.
if & whether This user knows how to use "if" and "whether" correctly.
whom This user insists upon using whom wherever it is called for, and fixes the errors of whomever he sees.
which & that This user knows how to use which and that correctly.
less & fewer This user understands the difference between less & fewer.
much & many This user understands the difference between much & many.
ain't nobody This user hates seeing double negatives clutter up the English language. He wants to stomp it out no matter what it takes.
-ly This user mourns the apparent death of the adverb, a loss that this user feels most serious.
DM Causing unintended humor, this user edits dangling modifiers.
golden toad This user advocates lowercase common names in an encyclopedia.

. The This user does not put two spaces after a full stop.
, This user fixes comma splices. They are annoying.
, This user fixes commas that separate the verb from the subject or that separate two verbs or verb phrases in a compound predicate.
A, B, and
A and B
This user uses the serial comma unless its inclusion is confusing.
’s This user realises that plural nouns should not have an apostrophe while possessive words should!
This user terminates excessive use of exclamation points and question marks on sight. Grow up!
No ellipsis abuse.png This user terminates unquoted ellipses on sight. This is not your blog. We end sentences properly.
; This user knows how to use a semicolon correctly.
; This user is addicted to semicolons; he or she uses them frequently.
- This user is a hyphenation expert.
This user knows the difference between a dash and a hyphen, and follows MOS:DASH.
Pickyness Pickiness This user changes the adjective ending "y" to "i" to form nouns with "-ness".
en This user uses American English on talk pages, but the appropriate variety of English in articles.
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Other languages
HTML-5 This user is a professional HTML user.
css-5 This user is an expert CSS user.
PHP-5 This user is a professional PHP programmer.
js-4 This user is an expert JavaScript programmer.
mysql-3 This user is an advanced MySQL programmer.
Fake languages
en-gb-2 This user is an intermediate speaker of British English.
ja-1 この利用者は少しだけ日本語ができます。
AIM-0 This user does not understand or have any interest in AOLer.
This user has set foot in 3 countries of the world.
Flag of Washington.svg This user was born and lives in the U.S. State of Washington

Subpages of note: /Good things, /Boxen/Percentage

Committed identity: d444ad382e77dbad9caa67c0747b4ed0d29ad27db15d6b2909cb79af937ca437c396b803b9106c10ede807305f5f4928be83c3fa3291c1f18519640b83a478d6 is a SHA-512 commitment to this user's real-life identity.

My username[edit]

I have been using the name TortoiseWrath online since no later than 2011-05-15, the date on which my YouTube account by that name was registered, long before I founded a business of the same name on 2013-02-08. Though I registered this WP account 2012-08-29, before I had any intention of using the TortoiseWrath name commercially, I'll change it if it is decided that it violates WP:SPAM.  — TORTOISEWRATH 02:39, 5 March 2013 (UTC)


As of 02:27, 11 March 2015 (UTC):

I have made 1523 edits on enwiki and 127 on other Wikimedia sites (mostly Commons). Someone else having gained access to my account somehow looks to have at some point made an edit at the Catalan Wikipedia on 4 May 2013.

Milestones on enwiki
Edit Date Page Diff Used edit summary
1 2007-07-06 P with tilde 142956950 No
2 2007-07-06 P with tilde 142957155 No
3 2007-07-06 P with tilde 142958210 No
4 2007-07-19 Björk (album) 145717185 Yes
5 2007-11-03 User talk:Doggitydogs 168946896 No
10 2008-04-19 Talk:List of common resolutions 206754076 Yes
20 2008-08-09 File:Blank cd.png 230885855 N/A
30 2009-07-04 Epoxy putty 300260894 Yes
40 2009-11-29 User:Doggitydogs/Books/CatTalk 328509656 No
50 2010-04-04 Talk:Wii Fit Plus 353849591 No
100 2012-01-16 Census 471720761 Yes
200 2012-11-17 Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Music (application) 523524591 N/A
300 2013-02-03 Paper disc 536278471 Yes
400 2013-03-10 List of Hot 100 Airplay number-one singles of the 1980s 543156062 Yes
500 2013-03-23 1080p 546620241 Yes
1000 2013-05-10 Wikipedia:Village pump (technical) 554505602 Yes
1250 2013-06-06 Akron, Ohio 558681131 Yes
Note This is about the point where I stopped being a full-time Wikipedian
1500 2014-02-22 Template:2014 AFC South standings 639110636 Yes

My schedule (all times UTC)[edit]

Effective through August 27, 2016, but subject to change without notice starting June 13, 2013, starting the day after the first Monday in September of a given year, until the second Sunday in March, I will be available between 21:16 and 22:03 and between 23:37 and 05:53 the following day, except on Fridays, when the first interval becomes 17:37 to 18:54; from then until 225 weekdays after the first Monday of the previous September, each of these times should have one hour subtracted. On weekends, I will be available additionally from 06:00 to 07:12 and from 17:24 to 05:45 the following day. Between this point in June and the day after the first Monday in the next September, the first week of April, and the last Monday in May, I will be available from approximately 17:18 to 06:52 the following day, except for the day after the second Saturday in each month, during which I will be available only from 05:36 to 06:03. In addition, on the fourth Thursday in November and the following day and the last two weeks of December and January 1, I will be available from 16:47 through 08:03 the following day, except on December 25, when I will not be available from 06:57 through 20:26. In addition, I will not be available from 04:38 through 19:04 on the day following the fourth Thursday in November, nor anytime from Tuesday through Thursday on the second-to-last week of August.

Physical locations[edit]

In 2014, I spent approximately:

Things that annoy me[edit]

  • Pointless switching between Roman and Arabic numerals
    • ... Mac OS 8, OS 9, OS X
    • ... Galaxy S II, S III, S 4
  • Comma splices, split infinitives, and sentences ending with prepositions
  • Ugly userpages... oh, wait...