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TimShell is a founding partner of Bomis. He lives in Pacific Beach. He knows Larry Sanger personally. He sometimes writes about himself in the third person.

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Leave it to Tim to tell us about getting blind drunk! :-)
Thanx for the input on male and female! I was a bit animal (even mammal) biased there :-) --Anders T?lind
Our hero, for changing RecentChanges to Recent Changes. Now if only we can figure out how to change HomePage to "Wikipedia" or "Wikipedia: The Collaborative, Free Encyclopedia" or something like that. Maybe we should think hard about that, Tim, because it's apt to become Wikipedia's slogan. You're pretty good with slogans... --LMS

--- Tim, I shall "stop my f'ing name calling" when people stop using Wikipedia to blithely rewrite history. But what you call name-calling, I refer to as "calling a spade, a spade". Until people can deal with the historical record without rewriting it, I reserve the right to question their motives.

There is a saying: The modern definition of a racist is anyone who is winning an argument with a liberal. Your definition of an anti-Semite appears to be anyone who is winning an argument with you. This makes you look ridiculous and throws the value of your efforts here into question. - Tim

Blunt, but apt...thanks! JHK

You should be ashamed for how you treat people.


Who guards the guards ? Also, anarchy resembles freedom, yet in fact is synonymous with entropy.
Hi, I like your metaphoR article. May I move it to the metaphor page? Or is there a reason for the capitalization of the R? RitaBijlsma



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