User:Marumari

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Disclaimer

Although I am one of Wikipedia's admins, anything I post is strictly on my own behalf. I am not an employee of Bomis and I do not officially represent either that company or the Wikipedia project. If I tell you to do something or not do something, it's just friendly advice, not an order from on high.

Personal info

Hello, my name is April King. I do photography, roller derby, soccer, and polyamory, among other things.

User Marumari thumb.jpg
Homepage: http://www.twoevils.org/
Twitter: http://twitter.com/minainerz/ (private) / http://twitter.com/aprilmpls/ (public)
Derby league: http://www.mnrollergirls.com/
Photography: http://minainerz.deviantart.com/gallery/


Name origin

Marumari (丸鞠) is Japanese for "round ball". I originally heard the term in Metroid, and I've used it since, although I don't really associate the name with the game anymore. It just rolls off the tongue nicely.

Superpowers

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Contributions

Articles I have majorly contributed to (italics indicate that I am [or was] the primary writer of the article):

Major projects:
Wikipedia:Dead external links (an attempt to fix the problem of linkrot inside of Wikipedia.)

Psychology contributions:
Alogia, Anhedonia, Anorexia nervosa, Avolition, Comorbidity, Emetic/Antiemetic, Malingering, Mood-congruent/incongruent, Obsessive-compulsive disorder, Personality disorder, Primary/Secondary gain, Psychoactive

Animalia contributions:
Banded Orange Heliconian Butterfly, Cat, Chinchilla, Dog, Gerbil, Hamster, Rat, Rabbit (especially European Rabbit), Squirrel

Other contributions:
Caramel deLites, Japanese Language Proficiency Test, Minnesota RollerGirls, Nim, Roller derby, Wikitext Rendering Quirks

Other (relatively minor) contributions:
Afro Celt Sound System, Autumnal equinox, Concrete dome, Earth, Gope Boards, Japanese language, Languages in the United States, Moon, SARS, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Vernal equinox

Photography

A banded orange heliconian butterfly aloft a pink flower.
A blue jay surveys its surroundings.
An eastern tiger swallowtail butterfly lays dying in a pool of water.
A nearly-motionless individual, alert to danger, will whistle when alarmed to warn other groundhogs.
A julia heliconian butterfly rests peacefully.
This Double Delight variant of the hybrid tea is popular in rose gardens.
A king vulture buries its beak in the sand and pivots around it.
A summertime picture of Kinkaku-ji's pavilion.
A ladybug hides within a flower bud.
A chipmunk camoflauges itself with an oak tree.
A resting mexican wolf, kept captive for breeding purposes at the Minnesota Zoo. (featured pic, Sept 23, 2006)
A prairie dog blends into its dusty surroundings.
The Witch's Hat Water Tower is the best-known landmark of Minneapolis's Prospect Park neighborhood.
A white peacock butterfly lands upon on a green leaf.
A zebra heliconian butterfly hangs on during a wind gust.

Deprecated photographs: Minneapolis Public Library (as under construction)