I have been an Uncyclopedia user since March 10th, 2005. I have been pretending to be a sysop since March 20, 2005. I have been a bureaucrat since May 29, 2005.
You can leave a message for me on my talk page, or if you want to rat out another admin in "privacy", you can email me at: paulgb (at) gmail (dot) com. I am also on the IRC channel from time to time.
Air guitars are similar in shape to normal guitars, with the notable difference that they are made entirely out of air. Air guitars typically have 6 strings and 24 frets. Although acoustic air guitars are available, electric air guitars are by far the most popular.
It is understood that the first performance involving an Air Guitar was at a live open-air concert held in a field just outside of Sherwood Forest, England in the early 1400s where the well known Lute player Allan O'The Dell performed a duet with his Lute and a famous Court Jester (Robin The Gnarled) who appeared sporting a radical new design of Lute he had crafted from air. Their live performance of Greensleeves remains a classic to this day.
Air guitar with parts labeled.
Favorite and Popular Pages
If you have looked around much, you may have already seen some of the more popular pages that I created, including RTFM, Banned from the Internet, Air Guitar, Hippies, and Eminem.
Some of the best pages (in my opinion) that I created aren't very popular because they are about topics that are not often linked or searched. These pages include Chain mail, Greatest Inventions, and Ironman, and Weather.
Articles I started
Air Guitar (FEATURED)
April Fools Day
Banned from the Internet (FEATURED)
British#Language - (I didn't create the page, just the language part)
Eiffel Tower - (I rewrote the first section and added the picture)
Greatest Inventions (FEATURED)
Hippies - (I created it, but almost nothing in it is still original)
List of forms of Flattery more sincere than Copying
Native Americans - (I didn't actually start it, but I did a complete rewrite)
Podcast - (NEW)
Retards say the Darndest Things
Right and Left
Toilet Paper Paradox
A more complete list can be found on my watchlist.