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|Age:||34 years, 54 days|
|Married:||7 years, 47 days|
|Time on WP:||11 years, 211 days|
|First edit:||March 26, 2005|
|1,000th edit:||November 2, 2008|
|10,000th edit:||January 14, 2011|
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- No, my real name is not Freddie.
- Ten years into my Wikipedia editing tenure and hitting random page link is strangely exciting to me.
- If you're wondering why I edited something in your userspace, it's because I watch a number of roads-related categories (listed below) that track template errors. I try to empty out the categories, because, if these categories are empty, it means that every instance of those templates are working as they should.
- Pages in my userspace
- Talk pages in my userspace
- 1,664 stubs; net gain of 38 stubs since the year began.
- 1910 classes until we reach the 2015 USRD goal
- 494 classes until Ω=4.300
- U.S. Roads project articles needing reassessment
- Unassessed U.S. road transport articles
- Unknown-importance U.S. road transport articles
- U.S. road articles needing attention (317)
- Draft-Class articles (23)
- U.S. Roads project articles needing shields
- Infobox road transclusions without route marker
- Jct template errors (1)
- Junction lists
- U.S. Roads project articles needing a junction list (1,148)
- U.S. Roads project articles without needs-jctint
- U.S. Roads project articles with a hardcoded junction list (12)
- Routes needing mileposts (597)
- Jctint template using non-numeric parameter values (1)
- Jctint template listing independent cities
- Jctint template tracking category (740)
- Infobox road
Places I've been
"Thanks to the Interstate Highway System, it is now possible to travel across the country from coast to coast without seeing anything."— Charles Kuralt