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"There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen year old's life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. The other, of course, involves orcs." - John Rogers

This user page is for SummerPhDv2.0.

From June 12, 2006 through May 25, 2015 I edited as SummerPhD, making roughly 90,000 edits.[2] I then managed to lose my password and was unable to prove my identity as I had not updated my email address. Oops! From May 25 to June 29, 2015, I was "Tefkasp", but people got confused.

Same ornery Lesbian Space PopeTM, new user name.

Through some browser gymnastics, I was able to login to my original account to make this edit on October 20, 2016 to confirm the story (see edit history). A recurrent vandal has repeatedly accused me of impersonating myself. After this edit and some cleanups, I will ask that my SummerPhD account be blocked.

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I spend much of my time on Wikipedia trying to find the various age templates listed at Category:Date_mathematics_templates.


SummerPhD is subject to frequent churlish attacks and point-y allegations. Additionally, despite evidence to the contrary, she:

  • is not on "a bizarre rampage" with "no apparent reason" and no "attempt to explain (herself)"
  • did not libel or defame the American Academy of Financial Management in various ways.
  • does want to free poor Bailey.
  • is not retired and does not need to retire.
  • is not vandalizing Wikipedia by requesting deletion of copyright violations posted by sock puppets.
  • does not work for the UK government.
  • does not work for Cher.
  • is not Katie Couric's assistant.[3]
  • is not a "lobbyest" for Rita's Italian Ice.
  • is not employed by Kraft or any of its subsidiaries.
  • is not Tom Billings.
  • is not Morris Krok.
  • is not a supporter of White Power.
  • is not a supporter of Ben Klassen.
  • is not Stephen Barrett.
  • is not an "anti-fruitarian".
  • is not someone with a grudge against a diet.
  • is not prejudiced against a diet.
  • is not "pro-steak"
  • is not trying to hide that I am making a comment on a talk page.
  • does not have a personal grudge against some random neighborhood in Philadelphia.
  • is not anti-black.
  • will not go away.
  • is not a bully.
  • does not consider you a reliable source.
  • does not have personal animoisty (sic) towards some random editor.
  • is not nitpicking at Wiki pages I have no actual knowledge of to make up for deficiencies in my real life to feel a brief flare of self worth.
  • does not have "mod status".
  • does not consider you adding your POV to be a helpful contribution.
  • may or may not be a dumbass.
  • is a smart ass[no citation needed]
  • is not a relative of David Burchell.
  • is not a "Dunedinite".
  • was not previously involved with some choir in New Zealand.
  • is not anti-gay.
  • is not anti-white.
  • is not a clone.
  • is not out to sabotage any articles.
  • is not part of a transnational conspiracy to suppress the benefits of butter and the insidious danger of margarine.
  • is not hoping for a premature, all-natural, organic death from a diet of milk, blood and dirt.
  • does not have an ax to grind against firefighters and police officers.
  • is not a cop.
  • is not fighting to discourage contributions to the project.
  • is neither a Philadelphia police officer nor has another relationship with the department.
  • is not in any way connected to the video game Five Nights at Freddy's.
  • is not biased against some random teen pop singer.
  • is not being paid by Autism Speaks to write this.[4]
  • is not a "shill" for Coca-cola.[5]
  • is not a bot.[6]
  • is not Donald Trump.[7]
  • is not guilty of "anti-western bigotry".[8]
  • is not "a sock of blocked sockpuppeteer user:Elmodivot".[9][10]
  • is not Wendy Mesley.[11][12][13][14][15]".0948937#phone_call_from_cbc_reporter[16]
  • is not "a wee lass with blue hair" who supports sarkeesian and loves "cuck".[17]
  • does not doubt that "An overseer is responsible for overseeing the overall operations of the overseer-ship."[18]
  • is not a "a shill for the reviled Oobi".[19]
  • is not "always touting corporate products".[20]
  • does not "have sex with gay mongo trees".[21]

Conflict of interest[edit]

I have repeatedly been accused of having one conflict of interest or another, many of which are noted above. I've been accused of being a Philadelphia cop, a representative of a choir in Australia, a relative of an obscure fringe food writer, a shill for Kraft foods and a whole lot more.

Like a lot of editors here, there are articles I clearly would have a conflict of interest editing to one degree or another. As a sometimes-author, there are countless topics I have tangential connections to.

As a rule, I strive to give a wide berth to anything I have been paid to research, study, write about or otherwise have a financial connection to. If I edit an article about Spacely Sprockets, you can bet I have never dealt closely with Mr. Spacely, his company, sprockets in general, Coswell Cogs, The Jetsons, any of the voice actors on the show or the company that made (makes?) the show in any professional context, nor do I personally know anyone fitting that description.

Yes, I have had occasion to call or talk to police on various occasions. I've been to Australia. I've met people touting various fringe ideas. I've eaten Kraft products. If any of those are conflicts of interest, no one over the age of 20 can edit anything on Wikipedia without declaring.

My work is or was cited in several articles. (I didn't put it there and have not edited those articles.) Someone floated an article about me, but it didn't last. We have enough articles that are little more than filmographies/discographies/bibliographies/CVs. No need to add mine, thanks. - SummerPhDv2.0 17:46, 22 April 2016 (UTC)

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Current work and discussions[edit]

Bad source clean outs[edit]


**New interaction utility
**DOB templates



Phillip Allen Hall III[edit]

Him: [34], [35], [36], [37], [38], [39], [40], [41], [42], [43]

His "manager": [44], [45], [46], [47], [48]


Confirmed socks[edit]


Most recent[edit]

Vman2020,, et al. at Wikipedia:Sockpuppet_investigations/SalemHanna

Newer editors[edit]


  • DanTheMusicMan2
  • David.moreno72
  • Dcirovic
  • Dionbanda123
  • Dzony336
  • Happysquirrel
  • Jonesey95
  • Lysvincent
  • Mark1998123
  • MaxAeroHD
  • Michal Částek
  • Sander23121989
  • Sdfakjdfjklklasdf
  • Slakr
  • Songsteel
  • Ss112
  • Ssilvers

PBS funding vandal[edit]

Fictional ages[edit]

Winx Club
List of All Grown Up! characters[49]
All Grown Up![50]
Gravity Falls[51]
Little Einsteins[52]
Winx Club[54]
The Book Thief[58]
Nick Hits[59]
Pop Girl[61]
Shanna's Girl[62]
Kate and Orbie[64]
The Huggabug Club[65]
The Biscuit Brothers[66]
Maggie and the Feroceous Beast[68]
64 Zoo Lane[69]
Little Bill[70]
Ni Hao Kai-Lan[71]
Little Einsteins[72]
The Lorax[73]
The Cat In the Hat[74]
Motion Picture Association of America film rating system[75]
Winx club[76]
Education in the United States[77]
Full House[78]
Ned's Declasified[79]
My Little Pony[80]
Free Willy[82]
Saddle Club[83]
Mona the Vampire[84]
Hocus Pocus[
Fresh Beat[85]
Maya & Miguel[86]
64 Zoo Lane[87]
Upside DownShow[88]

Don't block me[edit]

Refuses to WP:CITE sources.

  • Wikipedia mirror as source:[101]
  • user comments as source:[104]
  • source must support material:[105]
  • thinks unsupportive source is helpful:[106]
  • does it matter what state he's in:[107]


To check[edit]

Land of Mine
The Corrupt and The Dead
2046 (film)
This Space Available
Black Swan
Captain Phillips (film)
Coming Home (2014 film)
The Dead Pool
The Fruit Hunters
The Monuments Men
Saving Mr. Banks
The Shark Is Still Working
Source Code
Jabberwocky (1977)
Brazil (1985)
The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (1988)
12 Monkeys (1995)
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998)
The Brothers Grimm (2005)
Tideland (2005)
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (2009)
The Zero Theorem (2013)
Transcendence (2014 film)
Cold Mountain (film)
2 or 3 Things I Know About Him
Predestination (film)
Alien 3
Tron Legacy
At Long Last Love
Pola X
Bringing Out the Dead
Phantom of the Paradise
Public Enemies
In the Heart of the Sea (film)
Operation Avalanche (film) Doubt (2008 film)
Princess Mononoke
Birdman (film)
The Family Fang (film)
The Gift (2015 film)
Sorry to Bother You (film)

Articles I've created[edit]

I know what you're thinking: "Summer, you've make like 14 bazillion edits (15 bazillion if we include "discussions" with editors begging to be blocked). Why only 25-30 new articles?" Well, the way I look at it, if we had 10,000 editors just like me, we'd have close to 300,000 articles about semi-obscure basketball/tennis stars, vaguely mobbed up restauranteurs and defunct aquariums. Isn't that what Wikipedia is all about?

Redirects created for later expansion[edit]

Significant improvements[edit]

Articles that clearly signal the approach of the Apocalypse[edit]

List of Unicode characters

Disruptive child[edit]


Due to extensive vandalism, ALL numerical changes to kids' media and train-related articles MUST cite reliable sources.

Late 80s songs[edit]

An extensive history of unsourced/unexplained changes to song dates, often at a rapid pace, sometimes focusing on one artist at a time. Frequently involves artists/songs from the mid to late 1980s. Ignores talk requests and blocks.

See also Wikipedia:Sockpuppet_investigations/Hill93


[134] Powerpuff Girls Stripperella Minoriteam

The Electric Company Spider-man, the Adventures of Letterman The Brown Hornet P J Masks BoBoiBoy Galaxy BoBoiBoy Gatchaman Crowds Samurai Flamenco Preacher Angel Buffy the Vampire Slayer The Middleman Super Friends various Dexter's Laboratory Arabian Knights Space Stars Steven Universe

"where heard"[edit]

[135][136][137] In addition to unsourced, unexplained and often just plain incorrect date changes, this vandal repeatedly adds "(where the _______________ is heard" to various song articles. While the blank is typically filled in with some kind of reference to a setting of some kind on a synthesizer, it was once simply "flute". The addition is clearly out of place, unsourced and, quite possibly, a figment of their imagination. What exactly they are trying to say is a mystery as they seem to be either unwilling or unable to discuss the issue. They have been repeatedly warned and blocked. WP:RBI applies: Revert all of their edits, have the IP blocked if necessary and ignore them.

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I, too, have been chasing this person for months. I started an ANI discussion at Filter? Rangeblock? Synthesizer patch trivia LTA case from New York, following which I made a filter request at Wikipedia:Edit filter/Requested#(where the ... heard).[138] Hopefully a filter can be tailored to stop this person. Binksternet (talk) 16:57, 4 October 2016 (UTC)

Recurrence: May 20, 2017, "In this cover version, the Yamaha DX7 Sound Sources "ROM 128" patch "Sloe Bells" (similar to the Yamaha DX7 ROM-1A patch "Tub Bells") was heard."[139]

"It was Sounded..."; "It also Sounds..."[edit]

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