WQUlrich sounds like a real name, but it's actually a reference to a novel: The Man Without Qualities.
"I am not only convinced that what I say is false, but also that what one might say against it is false. Despite this, one must begin to talk about it. In such a case the truth lies not in the middle, but rather all around, like a sack, which, with each new opinion one stuffs into it, changes its form, and becomes more and more firm."
- "Master, you are always telling us to lead a simple life with few possessions, yet here you are in the world's biggest marketplace. I'm puzzled. What can be the explanation?!"
- "Like you, I often become sad and depressed. When that happens, I always come here because it cheers me up to see how many things there are that I don't need."
When I'm feeling stupid or ignorant, I come to Wikipedia because it cheers me up to see how many things there are that I don't need to know.
|The Barnstar of Good Humor|
|Was reviewing an article that I ended up reverting back to your last edit, and I decided to take a look at your profile. Low and behold, it's hilarious. Thanks for your good humor, dedication to Wikipedia, and apparent lack of need/desire for barnstars (but I'm giving you one anyway). Jackson Peebles (talk) 17:06, 28 March 2013 (UTC)|
|Russia Barnstar of National Merit|
|In appreciation of your work on Mikhail Peskov and other Russian painter articles. INeverCry 22:43, 23 September 2014 (UTC)|