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|Matt is taking a long wikibreak and will be back on Wikipedia sometime in the future (or the past, if I happen to invent time travel).|
21 September 1992 |
Halifax, West Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom
|Residence||Mundoolun, Queensland, Australia|
|Citizenship|| United Kingdom (birth)
Australia (26 January 2006)
|Education||Bachelor of Creative Industries|
|Occupation||Junior football referee (2006–2008)
|Home town||Huddersfield, West Yorkshire|
|Awards||Student of the Week
McLerristarr | Mclay1
|The Redirect Barnstar|
|For WP:WikiProject Redirect/Style guide, bringing all the various redirect categories and templates up to date, and your fine work in general in the area of redirects. :) œ™ 05:03, 3 December 2010 (UTC)|
- The truth is not a point of view.
- Giving equal weight to non-scientific concepts is wrong.
- WP:COMMONNAME does not apply to hyphens vs en-dashes.
- Sources count for nothing when determining hyphens vs en-dashes.
- Oxford spelling is not WP:COMMONALITY.
- BCE and CE are far superior, both secularly and religiously, to BC and AD.
- One will find many people on Wikipedia idiots and many people on Wikipedia will find one an idiot. If one finds oneself in a heated argument on Wikipedia: get a life.
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