KnowledgeLord is a user of Wikipedia, who has contributed much to the online encyclopedia. Little is known about him. But we know that he likes strawberry ice cream and hates gothic cartoons, like Invader Zim. He is fond of oatmeal raisin cookies. KnowledgeLord is a faithful user of Wikipedia and hopes not to be deleted. KnowledgeLord is a plant-eater and rarely consumes fish.
KnowledgeLord also is a strong supporter of IMDb and believes that Screen it!.com is for little fairy boys. Actually, that is to be taken back. Screen it is for the wimpiest little snowflakes ever spawned off the face of the planet. KnowledgeLord also wishes to let others know that he takes very seriously his occupation here at Wikipedia.
KnowledgeLord fears greatly the deadly number 7.
Bit o' TriviaEdit
- KnowledgeLord is a practising Mormon and a Peruvian. He is long haired and mildly pale for a Hispanic, and has a slightly pronounced nose. His hair is parted and changes color according to the lighting; if it is sunny, his hair is dark brown, if it is dark, his hair is black.
- KnowledgeLord loves imported chocolate, particularly Peruvian chocolates.
- Despite common misbelief, KnowledgeLord is actually quite straight. He just happens to speak in a haughty upper-class voice.
- KnowledgeLord is fond of soy chicken and loves a good soy chicken sandwich.
- KnowledgeLord is still learning about Wikipedia and its ways, so any mistakes with editing that he may have made are simply the result of being a wee bit new at this sort of thing.
- KnowledgeLord used to be of the opinion that film critics are not needed. However, after the death of two highly respected and important individuals, he changed his tune a bit.
- KnowledgeLord is in no way British, but simply loves utilising (as you can plainly see!) their spelling and their phrases, namely stereotypical ones. Why else but the simple reason that it is fun, and because he is more than justified not being an American.
- KnowledgeLord, as a devoted Mormon, is a Creationist and believes in the power of intelligent design. He prefers to remain partial to peace here and prefers to not to take sides with arguments here. At any rate, he will steer clear of editing pages to religion at all costs.
- KnowledgeLord fears most atheists as though they were the Devil himself and itself. Good friends with some of them he may be, but others are just too unpleasant.
The real thingsEdit
All right, I'll skip the part where I talk in the third person and get right down to it. You don't know me. I wish, no offense, to keep it that way for there are a lot of weird folk out there and I haven't the slightest clue as to whether or not any of you may be one of them. But all the things that I said about myself above are true. I'll say this, though. I ask that you guys out there all try to stop and think before you overtly edit stuff that is based on opinion. That having been said, I'm not so bad, I'd say and I suppose that if we don't run into any unpleasantries, I'm okay with adding stuff, so long as it's productive.
I feel that it is something of a joy of mine to state that I had created the following articles (having fun with prehistoric beasties as I do)
And while I have helped these beasties to get the pages that they deserve, I have much more to do: a world of work, one might say.
These need be added:
- Imagocnus (finished)
(and if there be any more that need be added, kindly hesitate not to post the names above. Thanks.
The things that I simply am mad about and will not cease to patrol overhead here like an overgrown vultureEdit
I love fiction of all things, but am especially fond of a good cartoon, and even more so of cartoons depicting animals. I love to work on articles of prehistoric beasties and love to work on articles of animals of the contemporary times. I am also a strict editor here; I will not vandalise even one thing, ever. I may have made personal attacks in the past, but I refuse to make them now. And with this, I also believe in the policy of common sense. If an item is not cited, but the truth is there, clear as a bell, why add  it at all? I'll make it simple: say there is a page showing a picture of an animal and the animal's species is not listed, it is given (ugh!) . But why? If we know what it is and can see it with our eyes, why go out of our way to cite it?
You know what I'm saying. I'm a stickler for some rules and not others.
I've submitted several drawing of prehistoric animals which, in retrospect, I can admit that some were not my best work. And sadly, they cannot be shown here, because of artists of higher standing providing "superior" works. HAH!
Here are the templates which describe meEdit
Yep, this one's pretty self-explanatory.
[[Category:Wikipedians in the Counter Vandalism Unit|Template:Veggieman]
And I'd like to say one thing for the records, not once, even for the humor of it, must anyone ever vandalise my page. It's not a good thing to do to someone.
Thanks. If you do happen to see something wrong on the page, let me know and I'd be glad to change it. Otherwise, no, don't touch it.