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|Name||Pancho M.F. Villa|
|User since||October 27, 2009|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
From the dawn of civilization, man has tried to find the meaning of life. I, on the other hand, simply want a lil' tail. Fighting for truth, justice, and the American güey, I am Pancho M.F. Villa, and I'm the wetback from Hell.
This is the best "add-on" since my wife bought that "special belt". Sore bottoms aside, this extension helps discover random pages of interest, as well as helping keep track of such.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.8).
With the ability to update experimental add-ons, I can relive my life as a lesbian poet during my college years instead of sifting through the endless pages, looking for the correct extension.
All these reviews are genuinely ecstatic!
Simple yet deserving of praise...kind of like half of a frostarg, which I believe is Inuit for "follows blatant misspelling with insult to another's intelligence". Way to go, champ! Dingleberries aside, keep up the great work. RetroEvolute has done a fine job of satisfying those of us who do not wear "Who Farted?" shirts.
This beautifully simple add-on helps those of us who enjoy the ambiance and relaxation only ridiculously large numbers of ridiculously long texty context menus can provide. Much like the irony of Nestea_Zen's user name, clutter is in the eye of the beholder. Some people enjoy right-clicking War And Peace, others enjoy pushing buttons for no reason, so when a reason is given, let alone one as purely zen as this, it's like a hug from Mom without the guilt or old people smell. Plus, TabsMixPlus is Satan. Fact.
This add-on not only clears fields, but also head-aches and heart-aches, leaving you free to write add-on reviews while being sure to reiterate your enthusiasm by including as many commas and hyphenated-words as possible, much in the way a high-school sophomore would submit an essay primarily composed of run-on sentences.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.1).