For those of you that are too oblivious to the plethora of user boxes that you had to navigate past to read this, I'll go ahead and say that I would appear to be an average 20 year old guy. I like video games, sports, metal music, and cult classic movies. As you can also gather thus far, I can tend to be a sarcastic and clever person at times. If you still can't tell if I am being serious, then I would take a hint and read my user boxes (one of them just might provide the answer that you seek). I graduated from Chattahoochee high school in 2010 and now attend Georgia Southern University. Just because I'm from Georgia, I must be an uneducated redneck, right? The closest I've ever come to redneck is a sunburn. I enjoy anything cerebral and my vocabulary consists of plenty of words longer than y'all. I used to like to read a lot more than the average person (that was until I got a Xbox like every other American kid). Like most people in my generation, I'm pretty adept with computers and technology. I've been on computers since I was a small child. Of course anybody could have guessed that from all the video game user boxes.
Me and Wikipedia
As a student, Wikipedia has always been in my crosshairs as resource for research. Almost anything I've had to look up and research has been on Wikipedia. Like everything else in life though, nothing was ever that easy. One of the first times I had heard of this online encyclopedia was when someone was bringing charges of libel. According to my high school teachers, Humans are evil and are troublemakers. Therefore, because Wikipedia is a collaborative effort from the community, it's malicious lies and misinformation. Now that I'm the other side of the tracks, I see how hard it is to get away with the rampant vandalism that my teachers insisted plagued the site. I do like how stringent the restriction are for posting and editing because it prevents everyday troublemakers from writing that "the earth is the fifth largest planet in the world(true story). I probably won't be doing much on this side of Wikipedia, but who knows?
My Wikipedia "Credo"
"If it ain't broke, don't fix it. If you think I'm wrong, well then that's just like your opinion man..." If you think I'm being vague, you might be right. Put simply; I don't like to complicate things. If you think It's wrong, then good for you. I do the best work I can and don't try to make it fancier than my abilities (this of course seems to be evident of the Twilight author's work and not in a good way)
My Wikipedia Edits and Articles
Awards and Honors
None so far. It's a shame, really. I've made this section and have nothing to put here except for filler text. Hopefully that will change soon.