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About meEdit

Hey there. Not sure what you're doing here – I'm not that special, to be honest. I've written the WP:AUSM essay, and I'm a pending change reviewer, as well as a rollbacker. Hit me up on my talk page if you need me – I'll reply usually within a few minutes/hours. See here for more information. All I ask is that while doing it, keep things civil, assume the best, and never be afraid to go for it. I'm a regular over at ITN, and I also patrol Special:RecentChanges in order to curb vandalism, and Special:Random because the human mind often does things in order to curb boredom.


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Useful PagesEdit

Useful PAGES :

Day and # of ArticlesEdit

On this beautiful day of

07:54 UTC
Wikipedia has 6,554,878 articles.

Plaques I hang up on my bedroom wallEdit


 This user is a native of the U.S. Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
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 This user is male.
 This user enjoys chess.
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renewable energy.
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Counter-Vandalism Unit.
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  This user has been on Wikipedia for 2 years, 6 months and 12 days.
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A, B, and CThis user prefers the serial comma.
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 This user is a member of the Welcoming Committee of Wikipedia!
 This user scored 1072 on the Wikipediholic test.
>:(Vandals dislike this user.
BrBaThis user stays out of Heisenberg's territory
BCSThis user knows that if "you" "commit" a "felony" you'd Better Call Saul!
 This user can, and will, make difficult edits if needed.
 This user plays Jackbox Games.
 This user is not a Wikipedia administrator but would like to be one someday.
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New England Patriots
PHIThis user is a fan of the
Philadelphia Stars
teenThis user is a teenager, not a stereotype.
 This user is bisexual, not confused.
  This user is block free - (see my block log here!).
 This user is opposed to communism in both theory and practice.

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 This user has successfully nominated or updated 13 articles featured in the In The News section on the Main Page.
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I only have one of these (for now).
  The Anti-Vandalism Barnstar
For your contributions in counter-vandalism....Keep it going! Volten001 00:04, 19 April 2022 (UTC)

A (totally legit) service awardEdit

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Ultimate Vanguard Editor
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with the
Neutronium Superstar hologram.


Currently, this editor has earned the Journeyman Editor, level 2 service award.

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Progress towards the next level (by edits): [ 200 / 500 ]

40% completed


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Pending changes backlog
(review log)

Very low backlog


1 pages according to DatBot 07:30, 26 September 2022 (UTC)

Wikipedia vandalism information
(abuse log)

Low to moderate level of vandalism.


2.92 RPM according to EnterpriseyBot 23:10, 25 September 2022 (UTC)

Sign here after visiting!Edit

Feel free to sign my guestbook HERE.
or don't. I'm not your dad.


Quotes that I need sometimesEdit

I am not crazy! I know he swapped those numbers, I knew it was 1216! One after Magna carta, as if I could ever make such a mistake! Never! Never! I just–I just couldn't prove it! He–he–he covered his tracks, he got that idiot at the copy shop to lie for him. You think this is something? You think this is bad, this–this chicanery? He's done worse. That billboard! Are you telling me that a man just happens to fall like that? No, he orchestrated it! Jimmy! He defecated through a sunroof, and I saved him! I shouldn't have! I took him into my own firm! What was I thinking? He'll never change. He'll never change! Ever since he was nine, always the same! Couldn't keep his hands out of the cash drawer! "But not our Jimmy! Couldn't be precious Jimmy!" Stealing them blind! And he gets to be a lawyer?! What a sick joke! I should have stopped him when I had the chance! And you, you have to stop him! You—"

Chuck McGill

When the (First World War) ended, I don't know if I was more relieved that we'd won or that I didn't have to go back. Passchendaele was a disastrous battle—thousands and thousands of young lives were lost. It makes me angry. Earlier this year, I went back to Ypres to shake the hand of Charles Kuentz, Germany's only surviving veteran from the war. It was emotional. He is 107. We've had 87 years to think what war is. To me, it's a license to go out and murder. Why should the British government call me up and take me out to a battlefield to shoot a man I never knew, whose language I couldn't speak? All those lives lost for a war finished over a table. Now, what is the sense in that?

Harry Patch