tattler’s case dismissed

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« I find yesterday’s news of a British government spy agency capturing yahoo messenger webcam images alarming.  I have a yahoo messenger account, and I would happily accept an invitation for a video call, but my only invitations to date are skype invitations, so my yahoo account sits idle.  I find myself looking at my webcam more suspiciously than I did before yesterday’s news even though there is no additional reasons to be suspicious – Snowden’s, “everyone” is not news.  Dear kind readers: The masses have reacted to the discloser of mass surveillance with apathy, and when surveillance gets more personal like it did with Frau. Merkel eeek people get alarmed.  This happened in a very personal way here on my blog to my mother’s anonymous informant in mom angry.  Only for textual fluidity I am going to propose that my mother’s anonymous informant was my sister, so if you’re a man imagine having your sister put something about you on the internet, and imagine being outraged enough to tell your mom, and if you’re a woman imagine being my sister with a negative reaction to Woody Allen.  Your outrage and discloser to your mom is described as tattling by the perpetrator’s reader whose name might be Erika.  What I am trying to do is makes yesterday’s yahoo-web-cam news personal for you, my readers.  I am begging I’ll do anything, please pause for a moment and imagine being wronged as my sister was, and imagine being so frustrated you tell your mom.  Even though you trust your mom will protect your anonymity you know your brother’s reader called you a tattler.  If you imagine as I am suggesting you do then you are imagining being a victim of a crime that is personal and hurtful, and for which there is no justice.  You can consider your outrage to be what Edward Snowden expected you to feel, and you can consider Erika’s use of the word, “tattling” to be your country’s justice system.  Sincerely, Tom Doody.  There is reason for me to be accused of having pleasure at the expense of my mother’s anonymous informant, and if I am accused of such I will attempt to reconcile my behavior with target behavior, but as it stands at this moment there is no one to pinpoint my error, so I continue unabated.  Edward Snowden’s disclosures are historic defining a pre-Snowden reaction and a post-Snowden reaction.  What is not known is how it feels to be a middle-age woman and rat on your brother to your mother in a post-Snowden era – history is taking shape one click at a time. »» about me  201-490-9659  Mom angry  nearlincoln@hotmail.com  contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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