User:Jersey92

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I am currently on a reduced Wikipedia schedule.



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About Me
Noia 64 apps karm.svg This user has been on Wikipedia for 7 years, 5 months and 18 days.
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Quality, not quantity. This user believes that a user's edit count does not necessarily reflect on the value of their contributions to Wikipedia.
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This user enjoys Wikipedia.
Majority ≠ right This user recognizes that even if 300,000,000 people make the same mistake, it's still a mistake.
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My Wikipedia involvement

I help out when I can by reviewing new articles, making edits, removing material that "needs to go" and participating in AfDs and other discussions. I occasionally create new articles.



Wikipedia status: There are currently 5,249,084 articles and 118,866 active users on English Wikipedia.


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Today is Monday, 26 September 2016, and the current time is 13:04 (ET). Wikipedia time is 18:04 (UTC).


Picture of the day
Daniel in the Lions' Den

Daniel in the Lions' Den is a 1615 painting by the Flemish artist Peter Paul Rubens, now in the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC. Based on Daniel 6:1–28, it depicts the Biblical figure Daniel trapped in a den of lions by King Darius the Mede. Rubens modelled the lions on a Moroccan species, examples of which were then in the Spanish governor's menagerie in Brussels.

Painting: Peter Paul Rubens
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