I say, what the hell, why not?

By Flyss. June 19th, 2010

I say, what the hell, why not? Oxadrenals has known how to find me for a while. If he’s kept tabs halfway careful, he could have followed me here to Glenn’s easily enough. I wasn’t exactly great about covering my tracks on the way over. So I say, what’s there to lose? Glenn isn’t exactly getting himself found on his own. — Flyss

(Let’s talk about it in the comments to this post, OK? No full posts.  It’s too gloomy a subject.)

5 Comments

  1. stephen says:

    Flyss, I know you’re anxious, but let’s not jump into anything. What if he doesn’t want to be found?

    • Strattera says:

      I don’t care what anyone says, the physical world is more dangerous than cyberspace. The moment we all gathered at Glenn’s we ran risks. I vote for trusting Oxadrenals.

      Like he says, there’s no reason anyone at the NSA should take notice. If they already know about Glenn, we’re not telling them anything they don’t know. If they don’t know about Glenn, what does our question tell them?

  2. kate says:

    Stephen, I can see him charging off on some project suddenly. He was excited about everything going on, and more alive than I’d seen him act for a while. But he wouldn’t stay disappeared. He’d expect us to get paranoid if he did that, if only because that’s how he’d react. Something’s happened to him.

  3. stephen says:

    OK. But even if that’s true, is it really wise to get the NSA involved?

  4. stephen says:

    Unless Oxadrenals fills them in.

    But, I see, if Oxadrenals wanted to inform the NSA about us, he’s had plenty of chances. Strattera and Flyss have gone right where he asked. And then all of us gathered around Glenn’s.

    So, OK, rationally speaking I do think it’s fine. My remaining nervousness is irrational.

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