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1: Youngest moderator, approximately 13 years and 4 months when appointed on Code Golf on May 9th, 2014. Youngest and 45th moderator of 2 sites, approximately 13 years and 5 months when appointed on Puzzling on Jun 4th, 2014.

2: Working knowledge of JavaScript / jQuery, HTML, CSS, Ruby, Python, Java, and regex. Learning C++ and Android.


Jun
19
comment How else can I express the concept of ' just to be on the safe side'
@TheodoreBroda Dictum semper quidem prudentiores Latine!
Jun
13
awarded  Caucus
May
31
awarded  Yearling
May
8
answered Single word to describe “make something worse”
Apr
29
accepted What is the name of the area of skin between the nose and the upper lip / mouth?
Apr
29
comment What is the name of the area of skin between the nose and the upper lip / mouth?
That's... quite a strange name. Is there any word that more commonly refers to each of these?
Apr
29
comment What is the name of the area of skin between the nose and the upper lip / mouth?
Okay, but then what is the "top half" of the lip called? The "upper lip" seems to me that it is referring to the part of the lip right above the mouth.
Apr
29
asked What is the name of the area of skin between the nose and the upper lip / mouth?
Apr
27
comment Word for the emotion behind “D'oh!”
@Jonathan Why not? "I feel foolish." I suppose you could add -ness to all of these if they need to be nouns.
Apr
25
answered Word for the emotion behind “D'oh!”
Apr
7
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
22
revised Is “Is it a girl or a boy?” really calling the infant an “it”?
Rollback to Revision 4 - removed rantish meta text irrelevant to the actual question
Mar
22
suggested suggested edit on Is “Is it a girl or a boy?” really calling the infant an “it”?
Feb
20
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
25
answered Saying for not doing something because it is futile
Jan
16
revised What is the English word to describe the habit of unthinkingly using many meaningless words such as “ah,” “well,” “I mean” in speaking?
removed signature, formatting
Dec
5
comment What part of speech are the words the, a, my, that, your, each, every, etc, or what category do they fall under?
@ColinFine Thanks; what Google search did you use to find that? I couldn't find any pages like that...
Dec
5
comment What part of speech are the words the, a, my, that, your, each, every, etc, or what category do they fall under?
@ColinFine I understand where you're coming from (10k+ user on SO myself), but I don't really see where I could have found this. Could you point me to a search or a resource where I could have found what these are called, so I can use it in the future?
Dec
5
accepted What part of speech are the words the, a, my, that, your, each, every, etc, or what category do they fall under?
Dec
5
comment What part of speech are the words the, a, my, that, your, each, every, etc, or what category do they fall under?
@down/close voter: how is this general reference? I tried searching but could not find anything (other than demonstrative pronouns)