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I love Jesus, classical music, history, and Italian food, in that order. I also enjoy studying math.

I've been playing music for about five years now and I am proficient on the cornet and the recorder. I also play a little piano on the side.

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Jun
22
comment Good Introductory World History book?
Per the help center, questions asking for reference material are off-topic here.
Jun
22
reviewed Close Clear picture of casaulties of Jewish people under third reich
Jun
22
reviewed Close Good Introductory World History book?
Jun
22
comment Were Greek columns hollow?
Note that all (or most) of them have a hole through the center, which could be the source of the confusion.
Jun
20
reviewed Reviewed What was Libya's form of direct democracy (Jamahiria) like in practice?
Jun
20
reviewed Reject Did Joseph Stalin kill anyone personally?
Jun
14
revised How high was the morale of non-Soviet Warsaw Pact states' armies and governments in the '80s?
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Jun
14
revised How true is the statement “Soviet troops got into Berlin riding American trucks, walking in American boots and using American trains”?
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Jun
13
reviewed Approve bible tag wiki
Jun
13
reviewed Approve bible tag wiki excerpt
Jun
13
reviewed Approve everyday-life tag wiki
Jun
13
reviewed Reject everyday-life tag wiki excerpt
Jun
13
reviewed Approve 1970s tag wiki excerpt
Jun
13
reviewed Approve 1970s tag wiki
Jun
6
comment How did the Romans build straight roads that stretched very long distances?
Yes, but paraphrasing or quoting relevant portions here would solve that.
Jun
6
comment How did the Romans build straight roads that stretched very long distances?
See meta.stackexchange.com/q/92505/192187 for example. The policy has been in place for quite a while.
Jun
6
comment How did the Romans build straight roads that stretched very long distances?
Link-only answers are susceptible to link-rot, which renders them useless. Also, some people prefer not to click links to external sites. Please paraphrase/quote the article (or relevant) portions in this answer. As it stands now, this answer in itself does not answer the question at all.
Jun
6
revised How did the Romans build straight roads that stretched very long distances?
edited tags
Jun
5
awarded  Yearling
Jun
5
reviewed Close Intersection Between Computer Science and History?