My ThoughtsEdit

Wikipedia was the best forum for expressing new ideas, modifications to existing ideas, and creation of new thought processes for the entire population of this small spherical object we all reside on.

Since the last communication, the only article and the main article I was most interested in, and was working to create more details for, was ejected from Wikipedia.

Their basis for deleting was: (in plain english) "We do not support creation of new Terms" and my idea was not considered as and asset to Wiki.

My disappointment is grave. Something I was proud to show the world, will probably go to someone who has unlimited funds to support prolifiration of new ideas, words, phrases, and thought processes.

I'm Sorry, your reviewers are closed minded. --Sanderrl (talk) 00:39, 1 December 2009 (UTC)

The article and new term "Sport Tractor" was deleted.

Important things to doEdit

Continuation of the article(s) that I have added and support. Learn how to get those Userboxes generated for Nuclear Power, Trucks, Tractors, and all other Heavy Equipment.

I haven't been able to get the user boxes generated...but I'm confident I'll get'em generated.--Sanderrl 17:09, 11 Sept 2007 (UTC)

Also, Help support the continuation of this web source. Namely Wikipedia.

About MeEdit

Newly born Wikipedian, with only one article, thus far. I grew up wanting to be a truck driver, but followed my father's dream of me going to college. I graduated from College with an Electronic Engineering Technology Degree, and later obtained Master's in Business Technology.

I entered the world of work starting with the Department of Defense then shortly entered into the Nuclear Industry, where I have been for the past 30 years. I started in Nuclear Plant Operations, then moved to the Engineering Division working currently in the Electrical Engineering Dept.

My heart was always with trucks, not just pickup trucks, but the large tractor-trailer type trucks. I found very few people who have such a desire for trucks as you would find for sport cars, vintage cars, trains, etc. So on my own, I found a truck (medium size) that would fit. That is, practical, can be parked in a driveway, doesn't upset the neighbors (standard size tractor truck would), economical (costs less than the large pickup trucks), and basically fun to drive. --Sanderrl 19:43, 25 September 2007 (UTC)