OT: Where can I meet a female companion with similar interests and personality /in person/?
brolin at brolin.be
Thu Jan 14 19:08:10 CET 2010
Ben Cadieux wrote:
> Hi Brolin,
> Just a few things to remember:
> 1. This list is public; these posts will remain available through
> search engines for quite some time.
Yes, I realise this. I explicated this realisation in my original post:
“Can anyone relate to me? What should I do? I know I have volunteered
a lot of personal information in this post, but much of it is already
publicly accessible for those who know my real/legal name and know how
to use tools such as Google Search. I have been considering writing a
post like this for months (maybe already >1 year), but I ended up
stopping writing early because I felt uncomfortable about volunteering
so much personal information. What do I have to lose, though? I need
to stop being so self-conscious.”
> You have posted many details that
> may cause you trouble or embarrassment in the future.
Can you provide some specific examples, other than saying I want to fuck
Tamara, which should not surprise her since she already knew that? I
know some people think I should not have mentioned her (full) name in
such a context, but it is too late now.
I do not think I have posted anything (very) embarrassing. I also do
not think members of this list want to embarrass me. Most of the
members who have replied appear to want to help me, not embarrass me. I
guess you were probably referring to details which could cause
embarrassment if read by someone who found them via a search engine.
However, I am not concerned about embarrassment because I believe I have
nothing to lose by volunteering the personal information in my previous
posts. For example, I would not have met Alishams if I never posted my
original message in this thread.
> 2. Think about what others need to know, or would like to know, before
> writing. Brevity both in writing and speech is important. You don't
> want to annoy or bore others with irrelevant information, nor seem
> boring by giving away all your thoughts.
Brolin’s verbose mode is always on! ;)
> All the best to you and your endeavours :)
> Best Regards,
> Ben Cadieux
I finally realised why your name seems familiar: you are the author of
WDe. I e-mailed you about WDe in 2006. :)
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