Monica Cellio was from all accounts an exemplary member of the StackExchange community for many years, and an outstanding moderator of multiple SE sites. StackExchange fired her from all moderator positions because she asked questions about a policy that had yet to be implemented (and as moderator, implementation was partly her job). They have since lied about what happened by defaming her on this site and in the media, thereby damaging her professionally. These actions are not just unprofessional - they are reprehensible.
[OLD Text: Apparently, this user prefers to keep an air of mystery about them. Perhaps because that opens up an infinite range of exciting possibilities. They could be Elon Musk. The guy who invented nerf guns. A visiting time-traveller trying to get you to fix your analyses to stop the impending disaster. Or a random researcher who knows a tiny bit about stats and is somehow using it to procrastinate about their real work. Could be any of those. I guess you'll never know.]
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