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Of all sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest are these:
Look mom, I posted it again!
Hitomi, my constant companion

Fiant conlationesruat cælum!

Hello! My name is Fredrick Brennan. Wikipedia thinks I'm notablefor some reason.[dubious ]

When I made this account, I knew I wanted to write, but I wanted to be anonymous. But, after years of volunteer work on Wikipedia, I decided anonymity was costing me more than it was worth—I couldn't openly share my work with friends nor use it in my curriculum vitae without concern that I would be doxed. So, on 12 May 2020 I decided to dox myself on Wikipedia:Administrators' noticeboard/Incidents. As they say, the rest is history.

My username is pronounced /psixedelisto/ in the International Phonetic Alphabet. It is an Esperanto word with a sense similar to psychonaut.

My prime areas of interest and expertise are linguistics, writing systems, Philippines related topics, law, computing, and typography.

I speak multiple languages (see right), among them Japanese, so I also edit Japan-related topics, especially Japan topics that I think are under-covered on Wikipedia (so, anything that's not anime, manga or Japanese video games). Feel free to ask me language questions, or for translations, (only if you will use my input to improve an article, I will not give free translations just for your curiosity,) and I will do my best to answer.

Please feel free to let me know if I have made a mistake anywhere, either as regards facts or policy.


  1. ^ That is to say, not a member of the Bureaucrats user class, which despite the existence of which, we prefer to remain blissfully in denial, thank you.

My work on Wikipedia[edit]

Pages I have written (per XTools)[edit]


2channel (05/2020)
Osteogenesis imperfecta (08/2021)
Deseret alphabet (02/2017)
Mariam Soulakiotis (03/2022)
Awarded Philippine barnstar for this article Tagalog profanity (01/2017)
Limtiaco v. Camacho (08/2022)
Awarded Philippine barnstar for this article People of the Philippines v. Ressa, et al. (06/2020)
Awarded Barnstar of Diligence for this article Bureau of Immigration Bicutan Detention Center (04/2020)
Awarded Original Barnstar for this article New Era Publications v. Carol Publishing Group (01/2023)
Disini v. Secretary of Justice (06/2020)
Jueteng[1] (06/2020)
Republic of Philippines v. Pimentel (01/2020)
Quo warranto petition against Maria Lourdes Sereno[2] (06/2020)
West Coast Customs (12/2016)
Mojikyō (07/2020)
Amber Galloway Gallego (02/2017)
Hong Fook Tong Chinese Dramatic Company (12/2016)
United States ex rel. Toth v. Quarles (01/2020)


Most others[edit]

Ako'y may alaga (12/2016)
Cotton ball (11/2016)
Always on the Road (08/2017)
Qilu Evening News (12/2016)
Pet Fooled (08/2017)
World Clock (Alexanderplatz) (09/2017)
The Confession Tapes (09/2017)
Xavier García Albiol (01/2018)
DiscT@2 (11/2018)
Labelflash (11/2018)
Q with stroke (02/2017)
Camp Bagong Diwa (04/2020)
Office of the Court Administrator (05/2020)
DMT: The Spirit Molecule (05/2020)
Üllar Jörberg (05/2020)
420chan (05/2020)
Davit Gabunia (06/2019)
List of Philippine legal terms (06/2020)
National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (06/2020)
List of Hokkien dictionaries (07/2020)
"Dear Matafele Peinem" (08/2020)
Jagger Library (04/2021)
Chair law (04/2021)
Council of Constantinople (04/2022)
Council of Constantinople (1923) (04/2022)
2022 Russian mystery fires (06/2022)
Moscow Department of Transportation (06/2022)
Empath (01/2023)
United States v. Gratkowski (08/2023)
Day of the Argentine Antarctic (11/2023)

Articles I have expanded[edit]

Q (§§ History, Typography) (02/2017)
Section 377A (§ Constitutional challenges) (12/2016)
Right to silence (§ Philippines) (09/2016)
Zhou Youguang (01/2017)
Hebrew punctuation (04/2019)
2017 pro-jallikattu protests (§ Timeline) (01/2017)
Vladislav Surkov (esp. § Criticism and depictions) (11/2016)
Sun Araw (§ Name) (08/2016)
Church Militant (website) ( § Coverage by other news sources) (02/2019)
Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 (esp. § Cyberlibel) (06/2020)
Hamagid (06/2020)
Hiroyuki Nishimura (06/2020)
ABS-CBN franchise renewal controversy ABS-CBN v. NTC) (06/2020)
Serj Tankian (07/2020)
O tempora, o mores! (08/2020)
Midpoint circle algorithm (four images and source code) (12/2020)
Encyclopedia Dramatica (04/2021)
Binance (05/2021)
Atlantic City High School (photos, § Rules) (05/2021)
Microsoft Layer for Unicode (12/2021)
Tama Talum prosecution (§§ regarding appeals and pardon) (12/2021)
The Interception (05/2022)
Dave Opstad (06/2022)


{{Infobox Philippines court case}}[1] (06/2020)
{{Infobox UN court case}}[1] (04/2023)
{{Rappler cases}} (06/2020)
{{format linkr}} (06/2020)


  1. ^ a b Based on {{Infobox court case}}

Other project-related writing[edit]

An essay on the copyright status of IPAMonaPGothic, and its
suitability for use in open source projects and on Commons
Help:IPA/Pashto (11/2023)

Silly narrow scripts[edit] (Bash Unicode Disambiguator)[note 1] (06/2020)
Ampatuan Jr., et[note 2] (07/2020)
Court case[note 3] (07/2020)
VisualEditor ref[note 4] (08/2021)
Wikipedia-related Vim snippets (07/2020)


  1. ^ Probably not the best way to solve this problem, but it works for me. YMMV.
  2. ^ This script was written to add the full case name to People of the Philippines v. Ampatuan Jr., et al.. Yup, that's it.
  3. ^ Use some simple heuristics to save a lot of time when adding long lists of case names to articles like Disini v. Secretary of Justice. Code's not the best, but it's not meant to be beautiful, it's meant to solve quick problems.
  4. ^ The VisualEditor, (very annoyingly!), doesn't name references added by users, and gives them names like :0, :1, etc. This script fixes that automatically. Might be buggy, only ever tested on osteogenesis imperfecta.


Before I found it, it was featured as "Foreign word of the day". ぬるぽ[1] (07/2020)
putang ina mo (02/2017)
אגן (02/2017)
tambiolo (06/2020)
tough tushie (07/2020)
commandite[2] (07/2020)
romance de cavalaria (07/2020)
romanço (07/2020)


  1. ^ With Suzukaze-c.
  2. ^ Bots added the verb forms.


Jaime Morente (07/2020)

In other languages[edit]

Esperanto Tor (programaro)
Tor (anonymity network)
Esperanto Baguio
Tagalog Kabalintunaang Fermi
Fermi paradox
Tagalog Ekwasyong Drake
Drake equation
Tagalog Mga kaso ng pang-aabusong seksuwal sa Simbahang Katoliko
Catholic Church sexual abuse cases

Sampling of my image uploads[edit]

I also like to contribute on the media side of things, and am somewhat active on Wikimedia Commons.

Derivative works[edit]


These are only awards received not for a specific article (in which case they're noted above in icon form instead).


The Barnstar of Diligence
You are the man! Keep up the good work.

Snapdeus (talk) 02:35, 14 April 2021 (UTC)


Cathedral Builder
Thanks for the fix ups I've seen you making. The Little Platoon (talk) 21:38, 13 December 2020 (UTC)


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