Monday, October 19, 2009

BUSTED!

If I did not want it heard, I would not have said it--Klingon proverb

Some of my friends have found my blog. Oh, well.

Last week I was looking at the tracker and saw that someone from Cedar Hill had Googled something that led them to my post about me having dinner with William Shatner. My friends R and J live in Cedar Hill, and they had also been at that event.

Crap.

Okay, a lot of people live in Cedar Hill, so it didn't have to be them. I've had a mostly anonymous blog. I rarely use anyone's real name, and once I deleted a post when I realized I forgot and used someone's name. I told one of my friends that I had a blog, and he said that he found it, but I was never sure that he had cause he didn't leave me a comment. I've met two fellow bloggers, but for the most part, my friends do not know that this is my blog.

Anyway, we were at dinner Saturday, and R said that they were Googling stuff last week because for some reason they needed to know the date for the captain's dinner, and they couldn't remember. So R and J from Cedar Hill did find my blog.

Crap.

Oh, well.

And it isn't like I've ever said anything really bad about anybody. And it isn't like I ever said anything that wasn't true. It is just nice to have someplace to rant about things that your friends and family don't know about. And now my friends can find this place if they want to.

Stuff happens. Whatever.

7 comments:

Tee aka The Diva's Thoughts said...

I've been very lucky! None of my friends (except one) even knows I blog soeen if they stumble onto thisthey would have no idea it was me. lol I like that anonymity. I hope it stays that way.

R and J don't know its YOU that write this blog do they?

laughingattheslut said...

They do now that I write this blog. The details I wrote about the event and how I came to be at the event could have only been written by me. Like, aside from the actor himself, there were nine of us at that table, and only one of us is a member of certain clubs and has been known to wear a certain costume.

Hopefully, they will not give the blog address to other people. Other people could still find it with the same search, but at least they would have to go to the trouble of doing that.

dmarks said...

Always a better proverb than "Today is a good day to die".

Ananda girl said...

Most people I don't care if they find me... but there are some that I want to stay out of my life that I fear will show up one day.

But I do try to be honest and always keep in mind that someone could be hurt by careless satements.

I think that would freak me out for the most part... but then, a few of my very old friends have shown up and I've been thrilled to have them.

laughingattheslut said...

It was sort of funny, but I would rather that they all didn't start reading.

And I had thought that I would be found out during the whole Fedcon thing last year. I had my fifteen seconds of fame, or at least the blog did. I was probably the first person to blog about the con being cancelled, and there were a lot of links to my blog that weekend, and a lot of them read my blog then without realizing that it was my blog. So I guess I have had a whole year and then some before they figured out it was me.

dmarks said...

Do any of them have cool blogs themselves?

laughingattheslut said...

If they do they haven't told me about it.