|Born||June 10, 1995 (Age 23)|
|Alma mater||DCCCD Online/Eastfield College (former)|
South Plains College (former)
Texas Tech University (2018–present)
|Occupation||Wikipedian, student, scouter, sports enthusiast|
|Years active||November 30, 2011-present|
I am Mes tex. As the name suggests, I am from Mesquite, Texas. I joined Wikipedia back in November 2009. I have made many changes in articles (mostly ones that deal with highways and transportation). I love animals, mainly cats, but I can deal with dogs as well. I am a early high school graduate and spend much of my free time in Bandera, Texas, which is 47 miles northwest of downtown San Antonio. I am a junior at Texas Tech University, majoring in geography with a minor in GIS.
Ever since I was in elementary school, I have thought up of an imaginary U.S. state under the name of San Monico. To this day, I work on adding various cities and highways. The state also has its own largest city in San Monico City and state capitol, North City. Most of the state is based off of my home state of Texas.
I have many interests. This ranges from music to roads and much more. Here are some:
- Alternative metal
- Hardcore punk
- Interstate Highway System
- National Football League
- North Texas Tollway Authority
- Progressive metal
- Texas Department of Transportation
Barnstars and other
|The Brilliant Idea Barnstar|
|Thank you for creating Template:Roads of the Rio Grande Valley. Your work in this under-edited area of Wikipedia is greatly appreciated. ComputerJA (☎ • ✎) 17:17, 23 October 2013 (UTC)|
|The Tireless Contributor Barnstar|
|You've done a lot of edits recently to Farm- and Ranch to Market Roads in Texas, both on the lists and creating the redirects. Given the similarities of these edits (due to the stub nature of the topics), this must have been absurdly boring. Kudos for doing it anyway, thank you and happy editing. —Compassionate727 (T·C) 02:30, 23 June 2018 (UTC)|
|Nice page and great creations bro! Dr. smoothy (talk) 06:19, 9 November 2014 (UTC)|
Ever since I was young, I have always been interested in roads and transportation. I would make crude drawings of imaginary towns and cities. Around the 4th grade, I started coming up with an entire imaginary state, San Monico. I have updated the layout, cities and highways of the state many times.
The location of the imaginary state is south of Texas, where Mexico is located. Part of the state is also a giant landmass in the Gulf of Mexico. Interstate 45 is the main highway in the state, traveling just over 400 miles. Interstate 67 is used in the state as a alternate route/bypass of major cities and has all nine auxiliary routes signed.
I have also recently come up with a history for the state, dating back to Spanish rule over Mexico. The state became a part of the U.S. after the Mexican-American War in 1848 and was a neutral state during the Civil War, only succeeding due to Texas leaving the Union. San Monico favored industrial factories over slave labor and plantations.
Top 10 cities
Ranked in descending order from largest to smallest
- San Monico City–2,308,765
- North City (independent city; state capitol)–1,203,673
- St. George (independent city)–1,202,081
- Lampases City–766,204
- Nuevo Laredo–606,510
- Rio Grande City–410,703
- South Brownsville–215,036
- Liberty City–197,757