Who the heck am I?
+ Yes, I'm Justin.
+ Yes, I edit Wikipedia. Woo. Do I get ice cream now?
+ Yes, this is just something I do in my spare time. I'm not someone who's able to dedicate whole loads of hours upon hours of my life doing this.
+ Yes, I may have undone one of your edits. I'll typically say why, but if you're unsure, just ask me. I'm nice.
+ Yes, I bite. Rawr. But not really. So don't bite me!
+ Yes, I'm a relatively new user and could certainly use some friendly support or general chit-chat with people, I'm rather sociable and happy to contribute to people's projects or works, and I'm happy to share a nice cuppa tea if you want. I can brew a wicked earl grey.
+ Yes, I know, I know. Don't worry.
+ Yes, if you're ever in Hampshire, England, you can give me a shout and I'll run you a game of Call of Cthulhu or Vampire the Masquerade.
+ Yes, I'm happy to accept your suggestions or advice on how I can make my userpage look awesome and sparkly. Or vampiric. Rawr. Throw your help my way and I'll go 'Ooh, Thank You Sir'.
+ Yes, if you're happy with something I've done, you SHOULD give me an award! :)
and I have CREATED the article Urban Ghost Story, woo! Check it out!
I have got rid of the description 'cult classic' on many, many articles. This is a pet peeve of mine. People seem to love to claim that a product is a 'cult classic' even if they are the only fan of it. In order to qualify as an actual cult classic, it needs to be demonstrated that a product has a notable fanbase, not a lone warrior determined to include the term 'cult classic' in a wikipedia article. Back up this claim, kthnxbai.
+ When I am free to do so, I keep an eye on the following pages to protect them from vandalism +