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Greetings, all, and welcome to my page! I am Salute, which is a nickname I have had since 2016. I first got into Micronationalism in 2012, when my brother told me about his micronation, the Principality of Riloia. I founded my first micronation in September 2012, and have ruled it since. I edit on MicroWiki and Wikipedia. You will see me mainly editing about Kapreburg, as it is my micronation.
I'm sorry in advanced for how messed up the userboxes are
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|Cities I particularly love:||Iowa City (No Flag)|
My editing setup
My editing setup at home is just my pc, I usually have multiple tabs open at once for reference from other pages of what to add to the one I’m editing. I also edit at school (shh!) when I don’t feel like doing my work.
Besides Micronationalism, I have lots of other hobbies! Like,
Cubing, (also known as speedsolving, speedcubing) is the act of trying to solve a Rubik's Cube as fast as possible! I have gone to multiple competitons, and my best time in competition is 24.38 seconds. My best time at home is 16.66 seconds.
Another hobby of mine is music! In 5th grade I decided to join my school band as a percussionist. In 6th grade, I started composing my own music, and in 7th grade I joined my school's Jazz Band.
I also love biking/cycling! I'll admit, I couldn't a bike until I was 12... but I love it now that I can do it! Me and my friends like to bike all around to different towns during the summer, the farthest I've gone from my own home on a bike was about 4.15 miles! I plan to one day bike across the United States when I am older.
Another thing I love is geneaology, which is pretty much like family history. It all started in summer of 2018 when me and my parents got Ancestry DNA tests. Ever since I have been working on my family tree and finding new relatives I never knew about. So far I have around 1000 people in my family tree on Ancestry! Incase you are interested, I put my DNA results below.
- Ireland & Scotland | 29%
- Germanic Europe | 23%
- Eastern Europe & Russia | 19%
- Sweden | 18%
- England, Wales & Northwestern Europe | 4%
- European Jewish | 3%
- France | 2%
- Norway | 2%