I've changed my username but I'm still me. If you want to know why I chose this new name, consider Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite. Maybe centuries from now, scholars will debate who was the real Richard and who was the pseudo-Richard. But probably not... Sorry but I'm not much interested in having a pretty user page. I prefer to spend my time editing articles or discussing issues on Talk Pages or Wikiproject pages. Feel free to leave me a message on . I log on almost daily and am active several times during the day. However, I may take a 2-3 day WikiBreak from time to time so please be patient if I don't respond right away.
- ... that Alf Ramsey (pictured) led Ipswich Town to become English football champions four years before leading England to win the 1966 FIFA World Cup?
- ... that the engine frames of the Mississippi River and Bonne Terre Railway "had to be extra heavy ... to withstand rough usage"?
- ... that El Temblor in Guatemala is the site of a ruined ancient Maya city that has not yet been excavated by archaeologists, but has been badly damaged by looters?
- ... that the linguistic research of Elena Georgieva showed that Bulgarian word order may change based on the emphasis a speaker wants to convey?
- ... that all four Andretti Autosport entries at the 2017 Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach retired from the race due to mechanical or electrical issues?
- ... that the Bollywood writer Mukhram Sharma won the inaugural Filmfare Award for Best Story in 1955 for Aulad (1954)?
- ... that the NDR Chor performed in Beethoven's Ninth Symphony for the opening of the Elbphilharmonie?
- ... that Min Bala staged a coup against King Hkun Law of Martaban, only to give up the throne at his wife's insistence?