A few people have brought up that a lot (possibly too many) of my edits are VfD-related. This is a valid criticism. Altogether too many of my edits are votes on VfD. I've been trying to cut down (too much VfD is not good for one's mental health) but, as always, when it comes to the Internet my self-control is not the best. It doesn't help that Mozilla's tabs make it easy to open a ton of VfD subpages quickly, thereby letting me get involved in lots of polls with minimal fuss. I've decided that I'm going to try to avoid VfDs where the votes look like they're clearly going in the direction I'd like, and stick to voting on issues where my vote can mean something more than "me too", even though that's harder, as those issues generally require a little research (at least of the Google variety). I also need to sit down and do some of the stuff I've got on the to-do list on my userpage, instead of just copyediting or contributing snippets here or there. I also need to do some serious cleanup/expansion on the pro wrestling moves articles, especially the two I didn't start—Paulley seems to mean well, but his edits are kind of sloppy, and he's really fixated on current events wrestling-wise.
One user said that I "don't have any substantial edits" outside of VfD. This is, frankly, not true—I have started some articles, and contributed beyond copyediting. I would accept too few, but no is kind of insulting.