I mainly care about the navigational aspects of Wikipedia, and within that I specialize with redirects. You may also find me around disambiguation pages, anthroponymy articles, and sometimes categories, templates and requested moves. Occasionally, I'll branch out and write or edit an article about a topic I come across that needs editing. I used to be more active in a few sports WikiProjects, but I'm largely inactive there (although I still have those pages watchlisted). I am an administrator, but I tend to only use the deletion-related and history merge tools, except when necessary.
Did you know...
- ... that John Covert Boyd helped found the Kappa Sigma fraternity and incorporate the American Red Cross?
- ... that Lady Gaga recorded the song "Till It Happens to You" for the 2015 film The Hunting Ground?
- ... that the Afrikaans-language author Bartho Smit's play Putsonderwater could not be performed in his home country of South Africa because of its political message?
- ... that Major League Baseball veterans sometimes play at the Double-A level while recovering from injuries?
- ... that gridiron football player Bryan Burnham suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament to end his college career, and a lacerated spleen to end his first professional season in the Canadian Football League?
- ... that South Carolina Circuit Court judge J.C. Nicholson is the presiding judge for the trial of Dylann Roof, even though he officially retired in 2009?
- ... that Turtle Park contains concrete sculptures of seven turtle species that are native to Missouri?
- ... that professional surfer Kala Alexander is vice president of an organization that gives children with cystic fibrosis surfing lessons?