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I am a Wikipedia user from Portugal, a European country which is a member state of the European Union and belongs to the Euro Area (a.k.a. the Eurozone).

"In 2008/09, Reid Priedhorsky, who studied Wikipedia and similar social projects at the University of Minnesota, estimated in a paper that the chances of any one visitor seeing a damaged Wikipedia page were about one in 140, as the average time it takes to repair damage is less than three minutes, and even less for heavily tracked pages. However, vandalism appears to be on the increase and it is impossible fully to measure the scale of the problem."[1] - The Independent


Flag of Europe.svg This user lives in the
European Union.
Female.svgMale.svg This user supports gender equality.
The Earth seen from Apollo 17.jpg This user supports sustainable living.
This user is interested in the
stock market

Supply-demand-right-shift-demand.svg This user's favourite subject is Economics.
EffectOfTariff.png This user knows that free trade protects more jobs than tariffs do.
Fx This user is interested in the natural sciences.
Lq-dna.png This user understands biological evolution.
ReuleauxTetrahedron Animation.gif This user likes shiny, spinny, and/or translucent objects.
F@H This user contributes to the Folding@home project.
BOINCManager.png This user uses BOINC and participates in several volunteer distributed computing projects.
This user uses Intel processors exclusively.
Exquisite-kfm home.png This user prefers to play games on a PC.
Édouard-Henri Avril (12).jpg This user enjoys sex.
Earth Western Hemisphere.jpg This user has traveled to different parts of the world.


  1. ^ So is Wikipedia cracking up?, The Independent, Tuesday, 3 February 2009