Monday, August 06, 2007

The Boys Found the Blog

... or, rather, I knew *somebody* at work had found the blog a couple of weeks ago because I found a second IP address sharing the same ISP as my my work IP. I waited around a bit for somebody to say something, but nobody did, so I shrugged it off.

I mean, dude, I work all day with IT guys: all one of them has to do is Google my name, and every hit that comes up is... me.

But today one of the guys came in and said something to somebody else about how he's only a year younger than me....

And my head shot up and I asked, "How did you know how old I am?" In part, I'm sure, because I was waiting to figure out who'd found the blog.

He quite happily directed everyone to brutalwomen.blogspot.com where my Ohio coworkers had their suspicions confirmed:

I am, indeed, from the left coast.

In any case, no harm, no foul. Regularly scheduled blogging here won't change, but if I have any awesome work stories, they'll all go in the locked LJ.

Hi, guys!

6 comments so far. What are your thoughts?

Jackie M. said...

Yeah, well. Cleveland is on the left coast, too. So.

Kameron Hurley said...

So you keep *saying*....

Jackie M. said...
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Jackie M. said...

Practically a different state! (now with link.)

But you'll note that Dayton is blue, too...

Kameron Hurley said...

You know, if Dayton's that blue, I'm sort of afraid of what the rest looks like (you should have seen the anti-abortion "protestors" last week. It was the most bizarre, screaming, surreal, circus-like, third-world thing I've ever seen in the first world. Protesting against something is all very well in good. Men screaming at the women on the street that they're murderers, over megaphones, is like something out of a creepy SF novel)

DeanH said...

Not implying anything about any reputed soporific effects of your writing, when I was having problems sleeping early this morning I found your blog and started reading. It really helped! Not so much because of content, as much as the fact that some time passed and I was able to sleep again.

Seriously, keep up the writing (as if you would stop) and your voice will certainly be widely heard.

BTW, Montgomery County is so nearly half-and-half that I think our color is more of a Crayola purple!