"Blast from the past."

Hi, I'm Allen (Allen2) on English Wikipedia and I'm from Southeast Texas. To be honest, I will make an edit here at anytime as a popup (not that often), including some grammar corrections (and sometimes undo their vandalism edits if I saw that first). You can contact me by leaving me a message on my talk page (don't hesitate to ask me anything), then I'll respond to it as soon as possible when I have time.

I also used to be an editor on Fandom (previously Wikia), and I decided to be retired from editing there.

I'm also a huge fan of My Little Pony, though I won't tell anyone on Wikipedia about this.

Consider what is happening in Ukraine right now as of March 2022, I would pledge Wikipedia users to pray for that country and its people there as soon as possible. I like Russia too but we cannot allow that country lead an attack against Ukraine much longer, which I oppose the attack imposed by them.


--Allen (talk / ctrb) 17:49, 23 December 2019 (UTC)

Defense readiness condition

Current DEFCON level (Worldwide)
Condition Green

Favorite quotes

Favorite quotes


Calendar dates including what day of the week they were born on

One of my greatest talents is I know what day of the week they were born on, because I'm very smart at calendar dates without looking at the calendar. For example: Tara Strong, who voiced my all-time favorite pony character Princess Twilight Sparkle in My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, was born on February 12, 1973; so that 1973 starts on Monday, February starts on Thursday, and the 5th/12th was on Monday; so she was born on a Monday.

Ear training in music + conclusive cadence identification

Another talent is I have excellent hearing with ear training in music, because I'm very passionate with music. Since I learned about cadences and phrases from music theory, I also know what kind of cadence that the song ended at, such as they should end on perfect authentic cadence (PAC) (always V(7)-I chord progression with both chords in root position and the highest note is the tonic of the tonic (I) chord).

For example: