Linkless Sour Kraut
I had a few reflections that require no links. So consider this a little Sour Kraut without the fries.
- About my anonymity, or lack thereof. I had linked over to Blog Lebo and had posted a comment there. The comment was later removed because I do not give out my name and Blog Lebo has a policy of only accepting comments from people who state their name. I have no issue with the policy and wrote Mike an email that I respect it, an email I signed with my real name. I also wanted to be clear about why I’m anonymous or at least not public about my identity. I am only anonymous because I have found it’s in my best interest for my employer, any potential employers and random stalkers to not be able to do a quick Google search on my name and find out that I blog regularly, am a democrat and find the details of any other random stance I take. That being said, I’m really only concerned about people knowing who I am without me knowing they know. Most of my friends and family and even some of my colleagues are aware of my blog and there’s nothing here that I wouldn’t gladly repeat in public. If you really want to know who I am, I’m not holding any secrets, just email me and I will be happy to introduce myself. I’ll just ask that you don’t link myself and Burgher Jon anywhere Google crawls to.
- No one should be allowed to whine about Pittsburgh Traffic until they’ve been to Atlanta. I am currently writing this post from my client’s office because I do not have the slightest inclination to be on the road to my hotel between 4pm and 6:30pm. I arrived here on Sunday night at 8:30 and there was bumper to bumper traffic for a two mile stretch from the airport to the hotel. BUMPER TO BUMPER AT 8:30 ON SUNDAY NIGHT. Atlanta is a great case study in the dangers of building a big city without maintaining and improving public transportation.
- I’m feeling guilty about being in Georgia on election day. I was supposed to be in Pittsburgh, but I found out on Friday last week that my presence was required down here. So if you are reading this post over dinner and haven’t voted yet… do me a favor and get out there and vote for Barack.
Nate McLouth’s hit streak is at 19 games, but the Buccos are officially the last place team in the NL Central.