Saturday, November 12, 2011


So, it turns out that I'm not terribly bright.  The other day, I got frustrated and posted a rant.  It was a pretty good rant, as rants go.  Brad even made an insightful comment on said rant.  Then I posted on my Facebook wall that I was updating my blog.  Moments later, I got a thumbs up from a faculty member at the University. Which reminded me that my readers include more people than just Brad and my family (which is almost repeating myself).

So, I hurried over to my blog and removed the post that might have hurt some feelings.  If anybody read a post that they can't find anymore, that's why.  I apologize to anybody who I might have offended. 

Moral of the story?  Never say anything you don't want everyone hearing.  Thanks a lot, internet.  Thanks a lot, Al Gore. 


Bradwich said...

Yay for shoutouts. Fwiw, I had to think pretty hard to remember what said rant was about, and then even harder what my supposedly "insightful" comment was. :)

Like you said, the joy of the internet--making your private information public, especially when embarrassing or potentially-career-damaging.

Moishe Mormonides said...

I like rants. You should email it to me.

David said...

Sorry, Moishe, but in my haste to remove the offending post, I permanently deleted it. It was the fastest way to get it off the blog. I'm sure I'll get mad at something else some other time, and I'll let you know.

I'm a Mormon.