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This user is a native speaker of American English.
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Stratocaster detail DSC06937.jpg This user is a part of WikiProject Alternative music.
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This user is a member of WikiProject Wine.
“,;:’ This user is a punctuation stickler.
Regarding gender, this user will use the vernacular, not what is politically correct.
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This user is a Juggalo.
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This user is reading A Song of Ice and Fire and considers it a fine example of high fantasy.
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I am currently involved in creating/improving wine-related articles. Need to help get one of them to FA.


Helped get Islam to GA and then nominated it for a successful FA. Rewrote Stereolab and nominated it for a successful FA.

Created Stereolab discography, and standardized subarticles.

Did a great deal of work in 2006 on the Criticism of Islam article and subarticles; they have mostly fallen apart since I decided it was far more important to improve the main articles on the subject, like Islam.

Creating various other random articles here and there. Anchors Anchors Anchors Anchors Anchors.

(My Sandbox).


"Ever mind the rule of three, three times what thou givest returns to thee. This lesson well, thou must learn, thee only gets what thou dost earn."

I don't shy away from controversy, and I will speak my mind. I've come to realize that on Wikipedia, "the right thing" almost always gets done eventually, but it usually takes much longer than it should. In other words, don't get too worked up about injustices that aren't immediately corrected. Editing is always the best revenge; lend your talent where it is appreciated, and refuse your services to those who aren't here to behave civilly and build a neutral encyclopedia (while you wait for the wheels of Wiki or karmic justice to grind).