User:Ich

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Ich was born in Pennsylvania during the Reagan administration. He has been a Linux user since 2004. Most of his edits have to do with German subjects, in particular relating to music from the 1960s onward. He is too lazy to put anything else that is terribly interesting here. He chose the username "Ich" because it was available. He can speak German and currently lives and works in Berlin.

The term "Third Reich" is a propaganda term that was used by the Nazis to cast their government as a legitimate successor state to the retroactively-renamed "First Reich" (Holy Roman Empire) and "Second Reich" (German Empire). "Third Reich" should not be used uncritically. Whenever I find the term "Third Reich" being used in an article to refer to Nazi Germany, I usually change it to "Nazi Germany" or "the Nazi era", which is clearer and has less ideological baggage.

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Gzuckier saw fit to give me this for adding {{spoiler}} to Genesis.
For having really sweet hair. Dylan 03:16, 1 January 2007 (UTC)

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Some pages I created, contributed to, or otherwise worked on. Much of the work I've done has been translating pages from German.

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Noia 64 apps karm.svg This user has been on Wikipedia for 12 years, 7 months and 16 days.



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This user likes to translate articles from German to English.
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My textual edits are public domain.
PD-icon.svg I claim no copyright on any textual edits I make to any Wikimedia projects, because using a GNU license for trivial edits is a stupid idea. This applies retroactively.