Anonymity

“Who are you?”
“No one of consequence.”
“I must know.”
“Get used to disappointment.” 
― William Goldman, The Princess Bride

As this is the fourth day of posting content, I would like to tell you why I am using general terms to describe my life and my family and friends. I don’t telegraph my location and I keep examples fairly vague because I work in a field where if information can be found out about me, harm can come to my family. I have a Facebook page, but it is locked from people other than friends. In fact, my dad’s girlfriend and I had the same security setting so we couldn’t send a friend request to each other until we got on the phone together and lowered our settings to send a friend request and confirm and then put them back up.

My stance on my anonymity probably will change. As I said before, I am in the process of creating a game. How would I garner attention for that game if I did not advertise it or show you mechanics of the game or even—if it hopefully comes to it—how to purchase the game? But for now, I am content with talking about my life and what goes on with it and what thoughts I have for games, fatherhood and stuff even if it is vague.

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