User:MrRK

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Briefly[edit]

I'm a middle-aged man living in Los Angeles. My profession is computer software, and my areas of interest include music and electronics.

I can come across as arrogant sometimes, but I'm really not a jerk (I just play one on the net).

Awards[edit]

My one and only:

CopyeditorStar7.PNG The Copyeditor's Barnstar
For keeping a sharp eye out on the finer points of grammar, you deserve this Copyeditor's barnstar! 68.218.156.44 (talk) 18:23, 24 June 2009 (UTC)


Hmmm... a pentacle (albeit inside-out), a nature charm that appears to be writing blood, and a broom. I smell a witch. :)

User boxes[edit]

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Personal
♂ This user is male.
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This user does not smoke.
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Baby Boomer generation.
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This user was born in the year of the Rat. Rat.svg
BCS This user has a Bachelor of Computer Science degree.
Liberty-statue-from-below.jpg This user is a libertarian.
This user is interested in Judaism.
Pentacle 1.svg This user is interested in Neopaganism.
Wikipedia
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Nuvola apps korganizer.svg This user thinks that registration should be required to edit articles.
Quality, not quantity. This user believes that a user's edit count does not necessarily reflect on the value of their contributions to Wikipedia.
Small scream.png This user wastes far too much time editing Wikipedia.
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Language
en This user is a native speaker of the English language.
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he or she
This user considers the singular they to be substandard English usage.
whom This user insists upon using whom wherever it is called for, and fixes the errors of whomever they see.
... in. Ending a sentence with a preposition is something up with which this user will not put.
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This user chooses never to split infinitives.
mankind This user supports the use of gender-neutral language.
snkd This user says sneaked.