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I'm superbeecat (meowbuzz), a dedicated wiki reader who has decided to give back by helping keep wikipedia vandal free, neutral, and fun. I use Twinkle and Lupin's Anti-Vandal tool. Please contact me through my talk page for anything I can do to help with whatever it is you need help with! Cheers! This userpage is based on Anas' outstanding work. - superβεεcat  22:52, 10 July 2007 (UTC) Lately, I've been more interested in Classic video games - so I've joined the the VG project. - superβεεcat  17:49, 3 July 2010 (UTC)


I've spent most of my time removing vandalism as a recent changes patroler using Twinkle, and patrolling new articles. Articles I'm currently working on:

*Charlie the Unicorn My current contribution is, at long last, an article for the Charlie the Unicorn animated short. Unfortunately, the afd was prematurely, and dubiously closed without a good consensus. Many editors have not yet come to terms with notability as it pertains to web animations and similar content. The guideline requires only distribution from a good source as conclusive proof of notability. Interestingly, the article now points to a general list of Internet phenomena. Not a bad compromise, but truly, the subject matter is notable per web animation guidelines, and should have a dedicated article. Perhaps the next sequel will get enough media attention to unambiguously qualify.

Update: I feel vindicated, the page lives on, as it should - superβεεcat  05:10, 3 September 2011 (UTC)

Lately, I've been working on adding arcade flyers to a lot of classic video games articles. I've always enjoyed 1980's arcade games, and find this a worthwhile project.

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