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On this page I will, on some random basis, add links to user pages of users I wish to add to this page. I will include a small bit of commentary about why the users I added please me. If you want to stay on my good side you might want to emulate them. If you're not on here and think you should be on here, either I just haven't added you yet or you're not going to be here. I like all the admins I know, so don't take it as an insult if you're not here.
That "edit" button up there does not belong to you. Touching the content of this page without permission will likely result in a ban. You have been warned.
To play, you must:
- Setup your user page. You can't win without one!
- Include information on your user page. Talk about yourself, talk about what you've done, talk about anything. You may be rated on ego.
- Do something unique. Making another Euroipods-related article may put you on my unwanted list and will never get you on this page.
- Be funny. I like that.
- Participate in the community. You're more likely to draw my attention that way. Bonus points for using IRC, that is, if I like you there.
edit Favorite Users
Lord of the Ban! We once worked together to ban someone for an hour and a half, in one minute increments. Incinerates articles with great prejudice and has his hand shoved up the butt of the meanest administration sockpuppet, which I totally envy. Bonus points for ripping nintendorulez a new hole in IRC. He can be cruel, but it's hard for him to be cruel without being funny. I appreciate that.
For putting this under his name on my disliked list:
- He puts the arse in arsehole. Pretends to do useful stuff here, but atcutally is a worthless pile of dogshit. Adds little to this website. Only shows up once in a blue moon to bitch and moan on the Village Dump. Edits pages in userspace with little to no regard for their original purpose. Adds misinformation to this website. Douche.
Really, one of our best admins, everything here is total misinformation. He's well known for the deletion of total crap articles. Bans with very little hesitation and will rip an annoying user a new hole with amazing finesse. Awesome.
Keitei started a long time ago, then disappeared, then returned, and I'm very glad she did! I truly enjoy chatting with her on IRC because the way she understands me is very refreshing. She'll sometimes use her English skills to edit pages. Her tireless change patrolling, deleting, and reverting are greatly appreciated, especially since she catches most of the slack when Splaka isn't around. She's definitely an asset to uncyclopedia and she's very pretty.
The admin that started it all - he MTU'd one of my first articles, helped me through my baby steps, and pushed for me to become an admin. He does great things with Hitler and other artwork, as well as being tons of fun on IRC. His tireless change patrolling, deleting, and reverting are the main reasons this site isn't completely filled with cruft. He has no ego.
The first person I accidentally banned with a blanket ban soon after being made an admin. He is the most well-known, prolific, seemingly tireless categorizer, linkifier, editor, and page cleaner on this site. Without his tireless contributions this site would be very difficult to navigate with even less continuity. When he's about every page gets a cleaning, linkifying, categorizing, and editing for structure, spelling, and so-forth. He's a legend that now has a name...
Quality articles and the first to pack that much ego into their user page. By far the biggest ego among all the admins, and with good reason, considering the quality of their work.
Hangs around in IRC and makes positive contributions to the site. Asks useful questions, doesn't waste my time, and generally exudes awesomeness. Did a really quick image modification based on my suggestions, and it was a very clean modification at that.
For being a quality n00b that writes good articles about famous people. Rather than making a mess out of existing articles, they created quality articles on famous people that lacked articles, such as Jack Kerouac and Emily Dickinson. Way to go!