User:Go Phightins!

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    Hi, I'm Ben (aka User:Go Phightins!), and I have been editing Wikipedia since 2011 and became an administrator thanks to the community's gracious support (read the escapades here) in 2014. I co-founded the Editor of the Week project and previously served as co-editor of The Signpost. As of 2021, I'm not around so much any more, but from time to time I'll pop up to help with a review or a small addition to an article or whatever. If you need to get a hold of me, my talk page or email are still good ways that I should see pretty quickly.

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