Monday, July 09, 2007

Who are you?

Someone based in the Twin Cities found my blog via the Macalester College alumni websites page and then did searches within my site for London/Fiona/Amanda/Doog/Margaret.

Fiona, Amanda, Doog (Dougal) and Margaret were my friends (and hall mates - Margaret was my roommate, as a matter of fact) at the London School of Economics back in the 80s. There just aren't many people who would be able to put me together with those specific names.

So, who are you, searcher person?!? Dude, you're freaking me out. Leave a comment, eh? Doog is the only one of that group of friends who is still in touch with me. (Actually, you can meet my friend Dougal here - he's the third playable link under the "Squeeze Machine" header on this page - he's pretty damn smart.)

I'll be wondering about this all day now...

3 comments:

Heather Meadows said...

I had a friend from high school find my blog by doing a Google search for her own name. She then sent me a terse email asking that I remove her name from my website ;D

It amused me that she felt the need to control the instances of her name, but I guess her name is rather unique.

Anyway, maybe it's one of your old friends looking to see if you mentioned them anywhere.

...or maybe it's you from the future, having undergone amnesia, and only finding a scrap of paper with those names on it. Little do you know that you've stumbled across your own blog...

Janet M Kincaid said...

I like Heather's assessment. I'm going with that. It's you in the future! ;-)

And just to verify that fact, my comment moderation word is: xzone. Doo-doo Doo-doo Doo-doo Doo-doo.... That's gotta mean something, right?

Okay, it's obviously too early for me and I'm punch drunk. Here's hoping the mystery searcher comes forward. You've got us all curious now.

Cyn said...

Okay Heather, you have just won my "Best Comment" vote (for whatever that's worth...)

Yes, I'm completely backing your "you from the future" hypothesis...in comparison, any other explanation would be just too darn mundane.