Me riding. Disability is more than just physical, so dont complain.
Who is roughly translated from my Ojibwa name (in Cree), Nevaahe. Its literal translation is "who?", and can mean "finding ones self". It is not obscure or an attempt to obfuscate my identity, it is "who" I am. My family tribes traveled with Blackfoot, Ojibwa, and Miami sometimes referred to as the Chippewa nations, and finally settled in Michigan in the early 1900's.
This page does not represent Who I am, it is just a page. (which is old and dusty)
Though I am not on as much as I would like, or used to be, due to backlash from fighting certain vandals and similar negative attitudes. I have been using Wikipedia for some time for reference. I have been a Wikipedia janitor since 2005 and used to spend large portions of my day re-categorizing, working on templates, improving and updating articles, as it is a good learning experience for myself, and a benefit to others in the whole.
I really enjoyed this project, and have plenty of spare time. I am a 100% disabled U.S. Navy veteran. I am 100% disabled due to a back injury working on the flight deck of USS John C. Stennis (CVN-74), a TBI and long term exposure to organic mercury, thus causing a higher-level learning disability, short and long term memory loss, and speech impediments. Working on this project helps me spend a majority of my time doing something productive.
I have bachelor's degrees in CET and CIS, and minors in EET and Psychology. I typically do not like to admit it or share, but I also have a Ph.D. in Computer Science, which was ridiculously easy to obtain; hence my reasoning behind not wanting to disclose it. The project I work on now encourages me to more accurately define my credentials. I also enjoy and studied several languages in my earlier years.
My WikiPedia addiction score is 387