Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Hey Out There- Who Are You?

This is not a Pesach post.

Do you wonder about whom the other blogmeisters are? Of the blogs you read?

I know only 4.

Most I don't really care- either I enjoy reading their posts or I don't. Who they are doesn't make much of a difference. Though it would be amusing if my neighbor turned out to be Mike in Midwood. which is actually not possible because Brooklyn North isn't actually in Brooklyn. But who knows, maybe Mike isn't really in Midwood. But I think he really is in Brooklyn. Aren't you, Mike?

But every now and then a commenter makes a comment that makes me wonder- does he/she know who I am?
Or do I know who he/she is?

Like one of Sporadic Intelligence's comments on my post...


Mikeinmidwood said...

Midwood is in brookly? who said that?

APRIL FOOLS. I do live in brooklyn and my name is Mike, and thanks for half dedicating a post to me.

Anonymous said...

Whadahsay whahahsay?!?

I don't know who you are, but I potentially do =)

(considering that I have a buncha contacts in Brooklyn North and am probably in age range of your daughtersinthe parsha)

daughtersintheparsha said...

you're right! Perhaps we've our shabbos table?!

Jewish Side of Babysitter said...

I've had that too a few times, reading people's blogs, seeing their e-mail addresses and thinking I knew them.

I met a bunch of bloggers...wrote a post about it a while back...There was maybe 1 or 2 I knew from beforehand. Others I realized go to the same school as me and met them then.

At first I had the same attitude where I just read what I liked and didn't care if I knew them or not. But now its different, I feel obligated to read people's blogs since I feel I "know" them from reading their blog so long. Not that I don't enjoy reading people's blogs, just there's barely any time with the pressure of school.

Anonymous said...

ummm..I'm trying to think the last time I ate by someone in Brooklyn 2 cousins and a few old friends...I don't think I've ever made your acquaintance, but I wouldn't mind.

You've got a really sharp wit, are quirky and very normal :)

I've only met one blogger, but I knew who she was, and I didn't divulge my identity, so I don't know how much that counts.

I'm not that private about my identity, if you read enough of my posts, connect the dots, and ask around a bit, it's very easy to find me.