Hey Miles. I'd like to apologize for my recent lack of activity. This is not due to a lack of interest but rather fueled by a lack of accessibility. My PC is starting to move very slow as it is several years old. My other option is Mobile, but navigation is difficult in that mode. I'm on Mobile as I'm writing this actually.
I will try to increase my activity via Mobile and perhaps another PC when I can until I am able to get a new laptop.
Alright thanks for letting me now. It's alright that you aren't able to be active as much right now. I understand that not having access to a computer can be tough when in situations like that. I had a new key attached to my keyboard a few months ago, but the nearest place that fixes computers, and the local store I like to use, is a 40 minute drive from my home (I live in a small town with a population of under 6,000) and so I took a few days to get my computer back. I was unable to have much access to another computer during that time, and found the mobile site not all that great in comparison to the computer version of website. Don't worry about it right now, I understand how hard it can be in a situation like yours. I hope you are able to get a new laptop soon. :)
I have deleted the page because it is about a person that is not canon to the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series. Although the person Milos Licka, noted as the pen name of Ben Reymond is canon to the Diary of a Wimpy Kid Series, it being a pen name used by Ben Reymond is not. If you are interested in making up fan characters or other fan created non canon stuff related to the series, there is a wiki called Diary of a Wimpy Kid Fanon that can be found at http://diaryofawimpykidfanon.wikia.com/wiki/Diary_of_a_Wimpy_Kid_Fanon_Wiki and can also be accesed in the navigation bar of this Wiki by going under community, then other wikis, and then clicking on Fanon Wiki. There you may post anything fan related you would like. Anything on this Wiki about the Diary of a Wimpy Kid fictional world should be canon to the series. That Wiki is an official sister Wiki to this one, as it was started by a user who is a now inactive admin on this Wiki.
That is also the page were you can add your username to the section open requests and optionally a message below your username, and until you do that, consideration for your becoming an admin will not begin. You should make sure you meet all the rules and regulations to become an admin, because if you don't and have added your name to the open requests section, it is likely you will not become an admin. If you do meet all the rules and regulations, there is a pretty good chance all the admins will agree that you should become an admin. Note that it is up to the admins as to wether you should become an admin or not, and not up to anyone else, unless it is considered necessary that users other then this Wiki's admins should decide if you should become an admin or not.
Oh cool. I agree, the book is a bit weird, but also funny, I fly a lot every year, taking one big vacation to Europe every summer (the last three years we went to Spain and next may are going to Spain again as well as London for the first time) and visit family on the east coast of the USA (I live in Colorado in the western part of the USA) and I fly to all those places to and from those places, so the book The Getaway is fairly relatable to me, so I liked that book a lot because of that. I got the book a few days after it came out having preordered it online, and it took a few days to get to me once it started shipping the day the book came out.
I was succesfull at restoring the page to an older edit before you accidently made it redirect to the same page. It said something similar to view [insert number of edits here] deleted edits, I clicked that, then I tried to restore the page, and I did, however it didn't bring back the contents, just the edits on that page. Then after that I went to the pages history and clicked undo next to the most recent edit made before you messed up the page accidently, and then it gave me a comparison of the latest edit and the edit I wanted to undo the page to. Then I confirmed undoing the page to that edit, and it was fixed. These steps will likely work next time something like this happens, were a bunch of the older edits to a page got deleted or hidden by Wikias software.