Subject: baxter flu
Date: Sun, May 10, 2009
To: Ken Adachi
I am glad to send you my comments, but I do not authorise you to broadcast
my private email address.
It is not common practice in my country to do this & assurances are given to
preserve the anonimity of bloggers on other sites that I send comments to.
You provide many great insights & I find your site fascinating, but as a "little
person" I do not have the protection that those in the popular media might enjoy.
I thought you could see that I was giving you credit and recognition. Some people might actually take that as an honor instead of a cause for complaint. If you don't want credit, then tell me that up front so I would know. You didn't say a word in your e-mail about remaining anonymous. In fact, you seemed rather anxious to share your thought.
I spell all the rules out on the Contact Us page and tell people on the Current News page to READ IT BEFORE contacting me. It's of no importance to me what other people do on other blogs that you participate in. What I do with mail to my web site is spelled out in plain English. It's up to you to read it.
Somehow, I don't think your little quip about "Baxter flu" is going to present a huge threat to the New World Order, so I don't believe you have to worry about Men in Black paying you a visit, or the government pouring over your tax returns, or being microchipped or targeted for psychotronic assault. You probably snuck under the wire this time.
Your e-mail address and the credit to you have been withdrawn from the article.
I hope you can now sleep at night without a gun under your pillow. It must have been a harrowing experience.
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