Incriminating Yourself

March 26, 2019


Incriminating Yourself

I wrote a post that was a thoughtful, excellent post in my mind. There is a problem with this day and age and that’s that all information will be used against you. Now, is it possible that anyone read the post that I published an hour ago, took a screen shot and can find what I wrote? Considering I checked the stats and 22 people came to the site all of yesterday, it’s highly unlikely. From my standpoint though, it’s one of the reasons I don’t blog as much as I used to. I have more to lose.

I’m opinionated. I think it’s dumb to stick the name of your college on your back car window. I think you’re an idiot if you take 20 minutes at the Sugarhouse bet console for a 2 dollar, 200 team parlay. I know you’re a dumbass if you’re certain you’re not a dumbass. I want to write what I feel and I the cons outweigh the pros.

I’m writing this post because that’s an issue with society. I don’t care if any of my friends read what I do. I don’t even care if my parents or anyone who possibly respects me reads what I do. What I can’t have happen though is people who are potential customers of my business taking issues with stances I have. I know the likelihood is minimal, perhaps it’s .00001, but it’s not worth it. And that sucks. I don’t want to censor myself but the USA is turning into a bunch of wimps. Too many people and too many opinions. The days prior to the internet, the voices were contained. Now everyone is entitled to share. Even writing this feels worthless.

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