July 25, 2003 in Friends

Blog Friendships

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If you never really wanted to be my friend, you shouldn’t have started sending me emails. You shouldn’t have looked up my number and called my house. You shouldn’t have asked me to send you more pictures of myself. Thank goodness I had the good enough sense not to send you any revealing shots. Thank goodness that while we spent many hours on the phone, I have nothing to be really embarrassed about. Ok, maybe that one phone call a few weeks ago. But whatever! Oh the highs and lows of our blog friendship. One minute you can’t get enough of me, then the next you remove me from your blogroll and ignore my email asking, what’s up? Don’t I at least deserve some sort of explanation. I thought you were suppose to be real. Whatever dude! Your lost.
Ok, I’m sure you guys and gals want to know who this person is. Well if you’re the detective type, I’m sure you can figure it out in no time. And if you think you know who it is, and want confirmation, feel free to ask.


  1. July 26, 2003 at 7:57 pm


    Susan, can’t really give you the name. But if you guess, I’ll tell you if you guessed correctly. Here are a few hints. This person is listed on your blogroll. He is also blogrolled by a few others on my blogroll list. Since he was such a jerk, I have since removed him from my own list. I use to refer to him as “His Written Words.” This person also send me a copy of “The Moviegoer by Walker Percy. My blog was the first he ever read.

  2. July 26, 2003 at 7:03 pm

    bob the corgi

    ok – I give up. Who? And what?

  3. July 26, 2003 at 11:49 am


    I halfway agree with that. One should definitely be cautious and not reveal too much about themselves until they fully understand someone’s motivation, but meeting on the Internet is no different from meeting in a bar. In fact, I’ve found that you can learn a lot more about a person in a shorter amount of time via the Internet that you would in the real world. And it is from those learnings that you should really make a judgment on the person’s character. Don’t ignore the warning signs. If someone hardly has any friends, that is a telling sign. If they don’t have a relationship with their children, that is a telling sign. If they’ve been married twice, that is a telling sign. I could go on and on, but I think you get the idea.

  4. July 25, 2003 at 12:57 pm


    I wouldnt trust anyone you meet off the net. I know some fellas that go around preying on women off the net.

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