Note: I am currently on an extended vacation, as I am busy with college.
For fantastic writing. Keep it up! Exploding Boy
For all of the hard work you have done expanding Wikipedia's articles on British nobility and royalty, I hereby award this Working Man's Barnstar to you. May the number of featured articles written by you continue to expand! Neutrality
Look! So many articles! So many stars! For each of the articles you have written, I award you a star. Sverdrup
For brilliant prose and a penchant for grunt work, I offer you this barnstar. Not just any barnstar, that is, but a Most Ancient and Most Noble Barnstar. :) ugen64
In view of your outstanding efforts to add to and maintain the corpus of featured articles on Wikipedia - 50 out of 580 featured articles, nearly 10% of the total and roughly 3 times the nearest challenger - you are hereby my hero of the day and here is a gold star (I hope you won't take offence at being awarded an ex-Soviet honour). -- ALoan
I just stumbled upon your work for the simple reason of thinking you had a neat user name. I checked contributions to see if you were still around (alas, no!), but saw the Reform Act 1832 page, and, out of curiosity, clicked. And was astounded - it was so well written, and so very well done. I've nominated it for FA, and rightfully so, methinks. Adam Cuerden talk 02:52, 21 October 2007 (UTC)
Um...yea...I don't have a Barnstar to give u or anything like that...I just wanna say that I appreciate your various contributions to this website with varying degrees of sentimentality, respect, admiration, and inspiration to excel in the subjects, athletics, clubs, and hobbies one is involved in. Thanks, Lord Emsworth. Maybe you can hop on down from your tower of knowledge and fortitude and get back to writing those articles.