Ages ago, John Theon had his five minutes of fame in the usual tedious manner; as blogged by me and others with too much time on their hands. Since then his wiki-life looks like:
2015-11-01T03:17:34 Acroterion (talk | contribs) deleted page John Theon (G4: Recreation of a page that was deleted per a deletion discussion, Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/John Theon)
2011-11-17T15:12:14 Prolog (talk | contribs) deleted page John Theon (G5: Creation by a blocked or banned user in violation of block or ban)
2011-09-07T06:17:17 David Eppstein (talk | contribs) deleted page John Theon (G4: Recreation of a page that was deleted per a deletion discussion: Expired BLPPROD, but had a prior AfD. Wholly worse than the AfD'd article. Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/John Theon)
2009-02-12T01:32:02 MZMcBride (talk | contribs) deleted page John Theon (per AfD)
I know, its not very exciting, but I like to record such things; though it appears that I missed his other two deaths. The total absence of any news about him since his deletion supports his non-notability.
[Update: it looks like he is due yet another death]
We've just come back from Paris, BTW. Even RS won't guess exactly where:
(following that link back to the album and looking at nearby pix is definitely cheating)
THe photo looks a bit like some expensive medieval tiles, but I don't know Paris well enough to say where.
I had to cheat.
I sort of cheated.
I'm guessing you spent a couple of hours pottering along the bank of the Seine :-)
[Pottering is the right word :-). I did a half marathon (track https://connect.garmin.com/modern/activity/944440660) or a bit more detail at http://wmconnolley.blogspot.co.uk/2015/11/paris-in-october.html -W]
Thought you meant Greyjoy. He's notable.
Before I cheat, I'm going to guess it's the old Baths building that now holds a bunch of mediaeval stuff including the Dame a la Licorne tapestries. Cluny.
OK, 500m off...