User:Rjanag

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Lotus field in Hubei province, at the outskirts of Wuhan
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en This user is a native speaker of English.
cmn-4 該用戶能以地道官話中文/普通話中文進行交流。
该用户能以地道官话中文/普通话中文进行交流。
fr-3 Cet utilisateur peut contribuer avec un niveau avancé de français.
ug-2 بۇ ئىشلەتكۈچى ئۇيغۇر تىلىنى ئوتتۇرا دەرىجەدە بىلىدۇ.
es-1 Este usuario puede contribuir con un nivel básico de español.
mjg-1 Ne yonghu Mongghul ugoni xjuur shda bai.
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This user has a nearly complete understanding of the International Phonetic Alphabet.
한글 This user can read Hangul.


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Nuvola apps important.svg This user removes copied and plagiarized material on sight and will never apologize for doing so.
Noia 64 apps karm.svg This user has been on Wikipedia for 5 years, 8 months and 5 days.
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This user attends or attended the University Of Kansas.
Flaming Chalice.svg This user is a Unitarian Universalist.




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Admin actions for Rjanag
Type of action Percentage
Deletion/Undeletion 1240
  
76.03%
Protection/Unprotection 142
  
8.71%
Block/Reblock 246
  
15.08%
User rights 1
  
0.06%
User creation 2
  
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Fun facts, and Wise words from wise wikipedians

There are approximately 29 users who joined Wikipedia on this day, 24 April, one or more years ago.
(this may be slightly out of date)

It's my belief that most productive Wikipedians first arrive at the site wanting to do something that is against WP policy -- advance a point of view, cover something that doesn't meet the notability guideline, etc. We also often bring baggage from other Internet sites where the social norms or policies permit different kinds of behavior -- social networking activity, attacks, canvassing, what have you.
None of this makes us bad people, just people who have not yet fully absorbed the Wikipedia ethos.

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Good/featured content from DYK
Status Number of articles
Featured article 1,122
Featured list 554
Good article 5,122
These may be slight underestimates (learn more)
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We draw pictures in the sand. Between waves, someone might read a well-written article and be moved.

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Part of editing for an encyclopedia is reducing extraordinary claims to ordinary fact.

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Americans aren't supposed to learn how the rest of the world does things, the rest of the world needs to learn how Americans do things. While we're at it, we should get rid of this Frenchy metric crap and restore intuitive Imperial units (US version, of course). And abolish those funky Arabic "ciphers" with their "zeros" for good ol' Roman numerals.

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