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|Name||Jonathan (no surname will be given)|
|Current time||Current UTC is 18:45|
|Hobbies, favourites and beliefs|
|Hobbies||Collecting records, drawing, music, computers, cameras|
|Shows||Monty Python's Flying Circus|
|Joined||22 November 2016|
Misterpither is the handle name of an editor from the United States of America who goes by the name of Jonathan. His handle name is named after Michael Palin's character from Monty Python's Flying Circus, his favourite comedy show. He likes music, especially from the mid-twentieth century, even weird music and astonishingly great pop music; he also takes a liking for movies and television shows, generally comedy, that are from the same period. His hobbies include computers, cameras, editing, collecting vinyl records, drawing, and making music. He has a Wikimedia Commons page which you can visit.
I have been casually strolling around Wikipedia since around 2005, if my memory serves it right. I have not gone into serious editing until at least 2011, but that was when I didn't have my own account. Finally I took a bold decision to create an account and then so Misterpither was conceived.
What is your purpose, Mister Pither?
- To improve coverage of any articles I see as stub or C-class. I do not have a particular purpose. But I will tell you where I am mostly when editing
- I will be mostly around articles that has anything to do with music and the media history.
- I will edit some articles that has to do with Swedish culture
- I will make it a fair place so we could improve any article with no problem.
Wikipedia articles contributions
- It's hard to make a new article on Wikipedia than it is on Wikiquotes. It is the fear that you will paint a terrible portrait of someone.
Anni-Frid Lyngstad, Frida – 4xCD 1xDVD (created), Frida (1971 album; reformatting), ABBA (the article itself, revising), En ledig dag (revised a bit)
Florence Welch and the Machine (Back and forth, and you know, editing stuffs. I do a little bit of it, and I do a lot of it, from the frontwoman to the whole band itself.)
The World's Greatest Sinner (major revised + added plot)
Helen Reddy discography (there are plenty of them; last revision was of the album "I Am Woman". I also did a fix of her article as well.)
Ted: Show Me Love (wikipedia, major revise + added plot)
Sparks (I'll keep coming back to it on occasions. Maybe some jiffy fix in the articles relating to this band.)