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Emblem-favorites.svg NikoSilver is a Greek, so if you notice him being absent during almost half of the evenings, you will know what to assume!
Web-browser.svg NikoSilver is currently working his ass off in real life and has decided that it is about time his long RealLifeBreak in favor of WP was interrupted. He will make frequent brief RealLifeBreaks, but you won't see him as much as you may be used to.[1] (Yeah, he knows you're better off!)

elΜητρική γλώσσα αυτού του χρήστη είναι η ελληνική.
ke-3Ὁ χρήστης οὗτος δύναται συνεισφέρειν μετ' ἀνωτέρας γνώσεως τῆς Κοινῆς Ἑλληνικῆς.
en-4This user can contribute with a near-native level of English.
it-3Questo utente può contribuire con un livello avanzato di italiano.
fr-2Cet utilisateur peut contribuer avec un niveau intermédiaire en français.
Flag of Greece.svg This user comes from Greece and is a Greek Orthodox. Vladimirskaya.jpg
This user would support a solution of the Naming Issue for FYROM in the form of: New Macedonia, Vardar Macedonia or Upper Macedonia (and wouldn't give a damn about what Greek extremists say for "no Macedonia in the title").
BBAThis user has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree.
Parthenon icon.jpg This user is an advocate of democracy.
La2-euro.jpg This user supports the European Union and the Euro currency.
Gofast.jpg This user enjoys motor yachting and is a PADI certified scuba diver. Diver Down flag.svg
Backgammon board.jpg This user is a tavli player, who likes his frappé black, but hasn't smoked yet since May 5th, 2008. Frappe.jpg
10,000+This user has made more than 10,000 contributions to Wikipedia.
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Mess with ME?
Don't even think about it... Epsilon_Team[2]

Favorite motto:

Γηράσκω αεί Διδασκόμενος
"Girasko Aei Didaskomenos"
"I Always Learn as I Age"

Signature shop

Visit my store to see how many cool signatures I have given as a gift!

Who knows... maybe I'll be in the mood to create one for you too...

Places visited

Aegean Sea (probably all of it)
Ionian Sea (that too)
i.e. probably all 14,880Km or ~8,000Nm of the Greek coast.
This journey is the most fascinating experience I've ever had.
I strongly suggest it. Missing it is almost a sin.

I've also been to:

 Serbia and Montenegro  New Macedonia (shortly)  People's Republic of China
 Monaco  Seychelles  Kenya
 Singapore  Mauritius  United Kingdom
 Italy  South Korea  Netherlands
 Albania  Turkey  Madagascar
 Germany  Thailand  France
 Bulgaria  South Africa  Maldives
 Romania  Austria  Switzerland
  Vatican City  United States  Morocco


I have particularily contributed to the following articles:

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To nationalists: Órse!

The following are some of my favorite quotes here in wikipedia.
I think that your point gets across better if you have a good sense of humor!

Uploaded Images

Double lightning in Glyfada-Athens. A very seldomly captured phenomenon.
Crossing the isthmus of Corinth.
Athens 2004 Olympics Closing ceremony
Delos House of Dionysus floor mosaic
Panoramic view of the Djemaa el Fna square in Morocco, Marrakesh by sunset. Koutoubia Mosque appears on the extreme left. The souks are in the alleys behind the square.
Panoramic view of typical Berber village (Morocco - High Atlas Mountains)
Panoramic view of the artificial lake of Lala Takerkoust near Barrage Cavagnac, with the hydroelectric dam (extreme right).
Hydra port, boater's view.
The natural port of Gaios, created by the islet Pontikonisi (center) resembles a fjord. Panoramic view of both entrances: Islet and monastery of Panagia to the North (left) and main settlement to the center and South (right).
Oinousses main settlement.
Muslim floating village in Phi Phi.
Boy, does the tide scrub in Phi Phi, or what!
Architecture of Florence and the Ponte Vecchio.

Awards (thank you):


  1. ^ This message tries to apply WP:UNDUE to the prevailing terminology of Wikipedia, by substituting the names of the terms with those that really matter (and should really matter).
  2. ^ Only morons could take this too seriously