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NeilOnnsu was born sometime in the late twentieth century in a country that borders the Pacific Ocean. In the early twenty-first century, he moved to the United States, to a particular state that borders the same ocean. Approximately 48 months later, he moved from that state to a state directly south of it, to a city known to others only as Tincapecu, OR, though the city has absolutely nothing to do with Oregon, as far as NeilOnnsu knows. NeilOnnsu will be in a prime-numbered grade in two years and attends a school named after something that people like to look at in Spanish.
NeilOnnsu has been interested in mathematics before he learned English. After he learned English, he also grew interested in other subjects one usually would not associate with mathematics, a small fraction of which include reading, swimming, writing, acting, and history (see profile for more details).
NeilOnnsu is NOT NeilOnnsu's real name, despite what you may have heard. After all, one's real name rarely consists of only one word. NeilOnnsu is alive, despite what you may have heard. NeilOnnsu does not live in Oregon, despite what you may have heard. NeilOnnsu is not evil, depending on how you look at it, despite what you may have heard. NeilOnnsu does not say "despite what you may have heard" a lot, depending on your definition of the word "say", depending on how you look at it, despite what you may have heard about "despite what you may have heard" and NeilOnnsu, depending on how you look at it and how you interpret this sentence that may or may not have been typed by NeilOnnsu, depending on how you look at it, despite what you may have heard, or seen, or smelled, depending on how NeilOnnsu looks at it and how he meant this sentence to be interpreted, despite what you may have heard, depending on how you look at it, and depending on how you look at it and what you may have heard or seen, NeilOnnsu has clearly been affected by a somewhat obscure and mysterious author, despite what you may have heard, depending on how you look at it.
On December 27, 2011, NeilOnnsu introduced a currency in his blog called Onnsunian Lord-als. One hundred Onnsunian Pynens make a Lord-al, while 5 Pynens make a Lineck, 10 Pynens make a Medi, and 25 Pynens make a Raquert. The currency has a few uses, which are mentioned in his blog.
Currently, the users who have the currency are, in no particular order, NewAlbionAcademy, JP-GoVikes, tc1729, SA2000, chaotic_iak, knittingfrenzy18, Yoshi, niraekjs, apple.singer, james4l, math_explorer, EuclidGenius, penguin25, djmathman, vegasgunner, programming1157, bryanxqchen, r31415, smallpeoples343, musicnmath, and Daemonheim.