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==Welcom to Me==
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Welcom to Me

Hello Monsterman - unnatural

Im a song from the sixties and i love the captain of the gravy train climb abbbbooooord

beats breaking up with Wormdingler

Im the Founder of the keep wormdingler say no to mergination coaltion

I-I-I-I am gonna be asysop sooomeday sunnnndayyyy sundayyyy

The end physicsguuuuuy

Check Out my New Question thing

NOTE TO THE WOOOORRRLD I MIIGHT (AAAND BYY MIGHT IIII MEAN WIIIL) SAY COMPLETELY RANFOM THINGS LIKE MAKE ME A SYSOP OR ADMIN OR RULER OF THE TIME SPAAAACE CoNTINU...UM BUT IT IS JUST TRYINGTO THINK OF SOMETHING TO SAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I COULD UUUUSE SOOME HELLP WITH THE redirects :)

Public

Post what you think of me here. hopefully about A Million Pounds! is positive!

Big Contributions

Wormdingler

3d Character Variations

IGN Interview

A bunch of Crazy Crap


My bottom 10

10. People who apologize when they didn't do anything wrong.

Under this category also falls people who thank you for like, sending them a file that you asked for help with. 9. People who claim that a kilobyte is 1,000 bytes.

It's actually 1,024. Most storage device manufacturers do this, and it really bugs me. My 200 gigabyte Hard drive is only 189 gigabyte because of this fact. 8. People who claim that you need a full 4.7 gigabytes to store DVD quality video.

A DVD can only hold 4.4 gigabytes (see my 8th worst thing) DVDs tend to encode the black bars around the screen, rather than just encoding them as blank space. DVDs tend to have large encoding formats, using x264, one can get a full length movie down to 700 megabytes at near perfect quality, and 1.2 gigabytes is enough for lossless quality. 7. Those Fake message notifications that some people have on their pages.

6. People who need to note every little reference or spelling correction or underscore removal that they add to the wiki.

If the description of the edit is longer than the edit itself, it's really not worth noting. 5. People who act like they know everything.

And when you try to prove them wrong, they: Say "look it up" as if they know better than you. Argue semantically, attempting to change the meaning so that it still fits what they said. Rarely do admit to being proven wrong, but if it happens, no matter how many times it happens, they'll just say "well, this is the first time you've proven me wrong." 4. Vandals

3. Girly girls.

You know, the ones who are always worrying about their hair and stuff. The ones who get upset about stupid things and don't act rational. 2. Losing good friends because they have to move on.

Like, if they get a job elsewhere, or get married and go to live elsewhere, or go to a different school, etc. 1. People who don't respect other peoples' opinions.

Especially people who try to force their ways onto others.

My other interests

Star Wars

Jessica Alba

Aretemis Fowl

Anything written by Eoin Colfer

Artemis Fowl

Science

Hockey

Acting

theater

Star Wars

Inheritance Cycle

Artemis Fowl

Homestar

& Artemis Fowl

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