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I have been Building Websites for small businesses and will hopefully be finishing up a Windows/XboX Arcade style game sometime in the near future as I am in the process of porting it to MonoGame because of the lack of XNA support.


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I also earned the first Reversal Badge on Code Review with my answer to Can this stored procedure be cleaned up or made even more efficient?


Oct
22
revised Why is it called Christianity
Title, and some formatting changed
Oct
22
suggested approved edit on Why is it called Christianity
Oct
22
answered Why is it called Christianity
Aug
29
revised In which denomination(s) are Christians allowed to bury and hold a Christian funeral for their deceased nonreligious or just non-Christian relative?
deleted 4 characters in body
Jul
2
revised On what do Mormons base their practice of proxy-baptisms on behalf of the dead?
punctuation, spelling and capitalization
Jul
2
suggested approved edit on On what do Mormons base their practice of proxy-baptisms on behalf of the dead?
Jul
1
revised What is unique about Christianity?
punctuation and formatting
Jul
1
suggested approved edit on What is unique about Christianity?
Jun
30
awarded  Constituent
Jun
19
comment Has the world always been imperfect?
could animals have died so that Adam and Eve could eat? or perhaps the plants, to give sustenance? let's look at it this way as well, perfect location of the garden of Eden. Perfect location to provide protection against what was elsewhere in the world, that didn't mean the rest of the world was imperfect. The garden of Eden had a purpose, and it fulfilled that purpose perfectly, as does the rest of the world. God was talking of spiritual death and not physical death, when he said that death entered into the world
Jun
19
answered How old did Adam and Eve look when they were created?
Jun
19
revised Has the world always been imperfect?
fixed some spelling and sentence structure
Jun
19
answered Has the world always been imperfect?
Jun
19
suggested approved edit on Has the world always been imperfect?
Jun
16
suggested rejected edit on What does the Good News refer to?
Jun
16
comment
and by that I mean myself, reading and understanding different points of views would be a necessary thing on all sides of every fence.
Jun
16
comment
I don't have access to the Review Queues here is the reason why I only have 1 review (it came from my own answer being edited if I remember correctly), otherwise I would have more than my share of reviews. I see how it is hard to give meaning with text, so one should also be careful how one would post their questions and answers. Meaning that it is difficult to get a broader point across in a short amount of text.
Jun
16
suggested rejected edit on How was the Bible used to reduce modern slavery?
Jun
16
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to your last question, that isn't what I was saying, you said I only have one helpful flag, I am saying I am just as qualified by that criteria. I probably should have said that a moderator might not have enough time moderating more than one site. it was more of an observation that I probably should have left to myself, so that it didn't seem like I was attacking another candidate. although all I feel like is that I have been attacked as well. I have shown participation, and I have read Meta posts and I have read questions and answers. I may not bee seen, but I am still here.
Jun
16
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the flagging is because most of that was being done almost instantaneously for a while. but I do see your point of view. and I do have access to moderator tools on CodeReview, I know that isn't here on Christianity, but I still know what is on-topic and what is off-topic and I have read through the help topics. I would still have other moderators to bounce things off of if I need to as well. I am no stranger to how things work in the StackExchange.