User:Ezratrumpet

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While Ezratrumpet once edited Wikipedia often, and was once a bane of many WikiTrolls, he grew weary of endless WikiBattles, and now limits his editing to punctuation, oddly constructed sentences, and other such oddities.

He has yet to receive a Pulitzer Prize, win a popular election, or make a discovery of such significance as to merit a Wikipedia article of his own.

Nonetheless, he remains ambitious and optimistic.



Ezratrumpet's Userboxes
poxThis user is suffering from userpox. Goggles seem to prove ineffectual.
Firefox Logo, 2017.svgThis user contributes using Firefox.
School.svgThis user is a member of
WikiProject Schools.
trpt-4This user is a professional trumpet player.
BAThis user has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music.
Nuvola apps edu miscellaneous.svgThis user is a teacher.
CVU.svgThis user is a member of the
Counter-Vandalism Unit.
ΦΜΑThis user is a brother of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia.
MAThis user has a Master of Arts degree in Music.
Wikipedia-Medcab.svgThis user was a volunteer mediator in the Mediation Cabal before it was closed.
Coffee cup icon.jpgThis user takes his/her coffee with 2 creams and 4 sugars.
en-5This user can contribute with a professional level of English.
Mortarboard.jpgThis user almost has the Master of Arts in History from Sam Houston State University.
Open book 01.png"Clearly now is the perfect time to practice your philosophy." - Marcus Aurelius
Books of the Past.jpg
This user enjoys reading almost anything
HDMThis user loves His Dark Materials. And is Dusty too, by the way..
A lion similar to Aslan, the Lion This user loves The Chronicles of Narnia, both the books and the movies.
Selection hotdogs 151px.pngThis user loves Hot Dogs in all their varieties.
G This user is a Gryffindor.
DON'T PANICThrough a time warp this user edits the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
Blue Ridge NC.jpgThis user is a native Appalachian.
Fried egg, sunny side up.jpgThis user enjoys their egg with the sunny side up.
Admin mop question.svgThis user is not a Wikipedia administrator but would like to be one someday.
BOOKThis user is working on publishing a book.
400+This user has made more than 400 contributions to Wikipedia.
Face-angel.svgThis user is a WikiAngel.
Bluelighs black.pngThis user is interested in The Jedi Order.
My ally is the Force. And a powerful ally it is.
to¦goThis user chooses to sometimes use split infinitives.
less & fewerThis user understands the difference between less & fewer.
Y'allThis here user talks Southern, y'all.
MixThis user has been influenced by too many dialects of English to use one orthography, vocabulary and grammar consistently.
AIM-AbleThis user understands AIM talk perfectly well, and sometimes uses it, but not excessively.
OpenOffice.org This user writes with the OpenOffice.org suite.
Grey icon.svg This user's favorite color is gray.
Mad scientist.svgThis user is aware of how silly this huge table looks on their user page, but acknowledges that its real purpose is twofold: statistics and standardization.


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