About this editor
- For better security, I created another account User:BusterD public, which I used to log on from remote and portable locations
- Constructions I started or influenced can be found here
- My edit count as BusterD, and as BusterD public; my administrator stats are here
- Pages I wanted to construct or improve can be found here
- I prefer to discuss most changes on article talk pages for fullest transparency of process.
- A page containing analogies I saw used (some by myself), can be seen here.
- Even this page has been vandalized 32 times. Thanks, vandalfighters!
Intention, method, and goal
- conveys exact assertion,
- but grasping snowflakes
- fallen on outstretched fingers
- wants infinite forgiveness.
About my contributions
But Did You Know...
... that Hollywood stunt coordinator and second unit director Allan Graf played offensive guard for the undefeated NCAA national champion USC Trojans football team in 1972? (16:00, 13 July 2012 (UTC))
... that the annual Gary Con gaming convention in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin originated as a get-together for friends and family after the March 2008 funeral for Dungeons & Dragons creator Gary Gygax? (00:00, 30 January 2014)
... that U.S. Navy Captain John Hoskins (pictured), his foot severed by explosion aboard USS Princeton (CVL-23) during the Battle of Leyte Gulf, became first commander of the new USS Princeton (CV-37) the next year? (00:00, 8 September 2015 (UTC))
... that Cologne-born character actor Erwin Hiller, portraying the Frenchman Marcel Hillaire, toured U.S. college campuses with a one-man stage show celebrating French literature? (06:11, 2 December 2014 (UTC))
... that the English physicist and television technology developer Boris Townsend (pictured) described colour television as a "judicious combination of human imperfections and clever technical solutions"? (15:00, 19 January 2018 (UTC))
... that before she entered the U.S. Army in 1942, Jane Douglass White, a songwriter for soldier's shows, had already composed the tune which would become the official "Song of the Women's Army Corps"? (00:00, 8 July 2021 (UTC))
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