User:Mitchazenia

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If you are looking for my Wikipedia userpage, please go to this page. If you are looking for my Wikivoyage userpage, at this page. Thanks for your cooperation.Mitch32(The man most unlikely to drive 25 before 24.) 21:45, 15 January 2013 (UTC)
The Red Apple Rest sign along New York State Route 17 in Southfields, New York. Opened in 1931, it became a big piece of the Borscht Belt and closed in 2006 unexpectedly. Nine years later, it's shape is becoming sadder and sadder.
Welcome to this userpage
Mitchazenia at the Harriman Metro-North Railroad station with his trustful bicycle, Kidswatter on January 25, 2015

Remembering that you might get tired, be warned if you read the following, you'll have to commit for a long read. Hello. My name is Adam Moss, aka User:Mitchazenia. I am a seven-year editor of the English Wikipedia (since November 2, 2005) and an admin for five of those years (since January 2, 2008). I am an administrator on the Wikimedia Commons as well. I am due-paying member, and the unofficial, but yet official, caterer for Wikimedia New York City. A job I enjoy, spending hundreds of dollars yearly on food just so we can feed the brains of editors. I do various writings on different topics on the English Wikipedia, from where I started in 2005, the Tropical cyclones, roads (specifically New York), and my focus on the Erie Railroad. I am an accomplished (not monetary) photographer of roads and railroads, many of which can be seen in the commons category next to this description. Note that some of these were taken when my skills were less accomplished. Also, please, if anyone gets down this far on this userpage, always consider the quote that I think speaks vibe for our time on Wikipedia. It was penned by George Bernard Shaw in "The Splendid Torch" in 1896:

I want to be thoroughly used up when I die, for the harder I work the more I live. I rejoice in life for its own sake. Life is no "brief candle" for me. It is a sort of splendid torch which I have got hold of for the moment, and I want to make it burn as brightly as possible before handing it on to future generations.