kiddmit3 In a nut shell, kiddmit3 (aka "lac attack", "bboy uncle dave", or the now ancient "sonic 2" ) is a current undergrad majoring in Biological Sciences.

From LA to Virginia Beach, VA, he dabbled in cross country, tennis, and bboying while in high school. In contrast, nowadays, Davis serves as purely a place of study that hopefully will be the starting grounds for his career in dentistry.

To some, he is also known as the descendant of an ancient dragon lord.


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2010-10-20 14:01:26   Thank you for your attention to detail. I (personally) appreciate the response you left on the Allegre page. Just be aware that right now, there is a bit of "a thing" going on with all of the lovely comments that were left behind. My concern is that somehow you may get sucked into this mess, which is not what we'd like to happen unless you insist upon it.

Anyway, welcome to DavisWiki! If you have any questions or concerns regarding Allegre, please feel free to call us, email us, or just come on in to the office. We enjoy the company. If you have any other questions not related to Allegre, just message one of the more seasoned editors here OR you can contact me personally by looking up my personal profile under RickJames. Have a great day! —Richard (Allegre) —AllegreApartments

2010-10-23 17:35:43   Yeah, I didn't think a page should be poorly represented by one user's extensive bickering. Thanks for the welcome and heads up though, but I doubt anything will arise from my comment. —kiddmit3

2010-10-24 10:39:35   Wikis are mutable and constantly edited. That page won't stick around like that for the simple reason that it's not a great page in that form. Wikis are made up of the actions of lots of people, and lots of people tend to act like water, wearing down even mountains. It's hard to keep something that is bad form up for the long term. Eventually even the most stubborn granite gets smoothed over. —Evan 'JabberWokky' Edwards

2010-11-09 09:48:20   It's already been said, but welcome to the wiki. Thanks for all the good edits! —TomGarberson

2011-11-19 19:18:00   If the police were calling this an "unlawful assembly," they're wrong. An unlawful assembly is an assembly for the purpose of doing something unlawful. The administration has repeatedly claimed that they only wanted the tents gone.

I am writing to tell you about events that occurred Friday afternoon at UC Davis relating to a group of protestors who chose to set up an encampment on the quad Thursday as part of a week of peaceful demonstrations on our campus that coincided with many other occupy movements at universities throughout the country.

The group did not respond to requests from administration and campus police to comply with campus rules that exist to protect the health and safety of our campus community. The group was informed in writing this morning that the encampment violated regulations designed to protect the health and safety of students, staff and faculty. The group was further informed that if they did not dismantle the encampment, it would have to be removed.

Following our requests, several of the group chose to dismantle their tents this afternoon and we are grateful for their actions. However a number of protestors refused our warning, offering us no option but to ask the police to assist in their removal. We are saddened to report that during this activity, 10 protestors were arrested and pepper spray was used. We will be reviewing the details of the incident.

Please stop changing the page to something inaccurate. —WilliamLewis