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Aaron Montano

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PC gaming at it's finest.

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About Me

Hey everyone. I'm Aaron Montano, hailing (originally) from Sacramento, California. Sacramento also happens to be the capital of the state of California. [1] Although that was just where I was born, and since then I've been to many other places. So with that said, I like to keep a fairly neutral stance and keep an open mind when learning about any new subject matter.

Oh and here's a link to my very informative Wikipedia user page, Ironicc.

Pages I Am Working On

Source Summary: The Technique (Volume 26, Issue 19): Net Men to Play Tennis Sunday

Source Summary: Georgia Tech 1949-1950: Basketball Facts for Press and Radio

Source Summary: Letters to the Intercollegiate Golf Association

Source Summary: Letters to Dr. J.B. Crenshaw from O.M. Parundage (Lacrosse)

Source Summary: 1923 Projected Swim Team Schedule

Source Summary: The Technique (Volume 34, Issue 4): Tech Drops Heartbreaker as 'Dogs Win in Overtime

Source Summary: The Technique (Volume 31, Issue 13): Tech Five Down Then Up As Conference Competition Begins

Feedback

GT Buzz.jpg Buzzworthy Participation

Your efforts on the Wiki have been worth talking about (in a good way)!

Keep up the good work!

Good work adding to our license discussion this week. I didn't see any other participation, however.Afamiglietti 20:21, 1 November 2010 (EDT)

MarionLutherBrittain.jpg Presidential Participation

Your efforts on the Wiki have been worthy of Presidential Recognition!

Keep up the excellent work!

You've done a good job on your draft and provided important edits to several articles. Afamiglietti 16:25, 22 November 2010 (EST)
MarionLutherBrittain.jpg Presidential Participation

Your efforts on the Wiki have been worthy of Presidential Recognition!

Keep up the excellent work!

You've made useful grammar edits, and the ones on the Tech Tower article are quite substantial. Afamiglietti 10:46, 7 December 2010 (EST)

References

  1. Sacramento, California. (30 August 2010). In Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved August 30, 2010 from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sacramento,_California
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