Now, it's been a week of that, me reading something, and going, huh? Missing undertones because I'm doing forty bazillion things at once. Seriously. I have 7 webpages open right now, a word doc and an excel file. And I'm going back and forth between it all as I work to get some grading done while taking quick peeks, all before, you guessed it, diving back into the chemistry and anatomy. Have I mentioned that I'm tired of all the studying? New ground. I want to break new ground. That, and it's way more fun to blog and chase around for folks to annoy. ;-)
So, there've been a series of exchanges on this blog that have left me perplexed, but I won't get into that. I just
And then there's the whole Doherty thing. Ya'll vote over there (on the right), so Wednesday after the chem final is over, the chocolate cake is in hand, I know how far ya'll think I should go. Just my posts, some of his, use some of his similar comments elsewhere to illustrate the representative asshat-ery (ya think there should be two t's there? hattery?)? Let me know, okay? If you wrote in response to someone's note on his/her facebook page, would you have an expectation of privacy? I personally don't. I think once you use facebook as a networking system and friend people you haven't actually met in the real world, and you're using it to connect with a online social network (autism culture in general), there should be the awareness that your words are in no way private. Still, you want to try to protect folks and not go out of your way to hurt them. I'm a little conflicted. If this were on a group page, that, I think, would be fair game. But this is a third person's note, which is not public. So, less than three dozen people can see the comments. I could use the feedback.
Then there's the Stone thing over at the Huff. Craig was nice, explained that another poster and I were different people.
I had commented (see previous post):
“Yes, John, my face obviously is a decoy. And the fact that it's my name, and that my profile has my web links on it; all of these work to prove that I am not real.”
Stone comes back today and responds:
That's great news - I am heartily relieved.”
Huh? That I am real; ignoring my sarcasm? Or giving the sarcasm back; relieved that I am a decoy and not real?
Ya'll weigh in below. And, I, I will go back to the 40 bazillion other things I have to do. A & P final tomorrow morning and the dreaded chem on Wednesday morning. Sigh.