Wow, I didn’t think last night’s post would cause the chatter and concern that it did. When I did my show tonight, many were speculating on the identity of the person I was referring to and some were convinced I was writing about them. I have no intention of identifying, but the interesting thing is that people were concerned. Both male and female. So, what’s the message in that? People are out on the service behaving one way and then at other times being someone completely different? I suppose it’s always been this way on the interent. It’s a “safe” place to become someone else. If you are shy, you need not grow weak at the knees when having a conversation with someone. If you are not good about expressing your feelings in real life, typing your most heartfelt thoughts to a virtual stranger may be the answer.
I’d like to try my hand at it, but it’s like a practical joke. I’ve tried those a few times and end up laughing or giving up the secret just moments into it. I just have to be me, not some contrived, made up person behind a mask.
The post was brought up on the EastCoastVegas show on USTREAM tonight and I think I explained the post well when Lorenzo asked me to call in and clear things up.
What is curious is that only one person has posted a comment about the post since publishing lsat night.