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Nominate one today! Hello and welcome to my user page. Well, it isn't much of a userpage, more like a place to mess with code but please ignore that. If you're here because I made a mistake, please tell me about it on my talk page. Thanks!
Most information about me as a person can be found in my userboxes, but I have provided a quick biography in this paragraph for your convinience. My life began one October day in the gloomy year of 1993. I was born two weeks before the expected day, and to this day my mum says I look pale and green because of it. I think it's caused by spending too much time on the computer, but both of us are entitled to our own opinions. Somehow, I survived elementary school. Thankfully, I got accepted to a selective grammar school, which is much better. Still, I am a strong opponent of mandatory school attendance, and an active member in the anti-school movement.
I made my first edit to Wikipedia on 23 September2007 and have been editing ever since. I don't specialise in one area, you can find me doing anything from translating articles to reverting vandalism. My contributions are probably the best method to find out what I'm working on, should you have the need. I contribute to Wikipedia because it's fun. Nope, no ideals of free knowledge, I'm just here to kill time and procrastinate. At the same time it's a great learning tool, I improve my HTML and English every minute I spend here.
I agree to multi-license my eligible text contributions, unless otherwise stated, under the GFDL and into the public domain. Please be aware that other contributors might not do the same, so if you want to use my contributions in the public domain, please check the multi-licensing guide. Also keep in mind that any of my translations from foreign language Wikipedias are derivative works of GFDL articles, making them also licensed under the GDFL, not public domain.