Wow! I try to read the forums multiple times daily, and especially get a kick out of this and the new "what country are you from" threads. I think most fo the people using our forums are familiar with me--the old timers, certainly--but I've not "formally" introduced myself. Let me correct that error!
My name is Ken. c00ter is the name of my dear deceased feline companion, named after the mechanic in The Dukes of Hazzard.
I learned about Manjaro when it was first reviewed in Distrowatch several years ago. (I was running Xfce DEs at that time, so it caught my eye.) I adopted it and became active in the old forums, initially under the username 'deadcats' and remained active in the forums until politics here got a bit too heavy and I left to return to Debian.
I returned to using Manjaro a couple of years ago after the Community exorcised the forum demons (and some good people, alas), and have been running it full-time on my wee Netbook, and sometimes on my i7. I also run vanilla Arch and am active in the Arch forums. I am also active in several other Arch-based distro forums, such as Antergos. I enjoy the richness of experience and knowledge within the Arch community and throughout the entire Linux-sphere.
My experience with Linux starts in the mid-90s when I blew up an CRT monitor trying to set the scan rate (incorrectly) when Linux kernel 1.0 was released, and I installed from a Walnut Creek CDROM. Because of that little minor incident my wife ended my Linux experiments until 2001, when I slipped Mandrake onto my computer unbeknownst to her.
In my Linux journeys I've run about every distribution, but have not done two things: Bisected a kernel or installed Gentoo. Both those things can wait 'til another lifetime.
Now I'm old, retired, and have all the (legal) cannabis I can smoke, so I can continue enjoying and annoying people in Linux forums as I have since 2001!
I love the newcomers! Every single one of you reminds me of the joys of discovery I faced learning Linux, and I sincerely wish all of you the very best!
EDIT: I try to be helpful--generally. Really.