Now, I'm not into blogs calling people out. So this blog will just be to point out some stuff. Some creepy stuff. And some stuff that makes me rather uncomfortable.
I was directed to this link by a fellow FN member, who said that writer of this is on FN. I didn't look into it because I don't want to:
That name seems rather familiar to my blog:
So that was a really, whoa, thing at first glance. I delved in a little deeper.
The headline or subheader or whatever to my blog (Ramblings From The Suburbs) reads:
Mind of me. Sports, music, politics. That's about all you need to know.
Ramblings From New England says:
Mind of me. Sports. Music. Life.
I have a feeling someone got the idea for that from my site...hmm?
Now I look again. There's the About Me profile, both of which are pretty standard crap. Then I have an "About RFTS" section. They have an "About RFNE" section. Whoa, hold up there. Let's read mine:
Ramblings From The Suburbs was started in August 2007 by DJ as a place to store his blogs and a way to get more views to his blogs outside of FanNation. Since then, PackerNation has broken off from RFTS and RFTS continues to try to upgrade and recieve more views.
DJ's FanNation, YardBarker, and ArmchairGM profiles are under "Favorites of RFTS" and he can be contacted there or contacted through email at ****. DJ would like to hear from you and if you would like to be listed under "Favorites of RFTS," let him know.
Let's read "About RFNE":
Ramblings From New England was started in May 2008 by EJ as a place to store his blogs and a way to get more views to his blogs outside of FanNation. Since then, RFNE continues to upgrade and recieve more views.
EJ's FanNation and MyJetsNation profile is under "Favorites of RFNE" and he can be contacted there or contacted through email at ****.
Whoa. Way to similar right there. Who is this creeper?
Then I have a "Favorites of RFTS" section. They have a "Favorites of RFNE" section. At least they only have two posts up. I'm sure if they had a full catalogue up there, there would be eerily similar blogs to mine.
So, Ramblings From New England, whoever you are, I am asking you to change this up and stop being totally unoriginal.And who the heck are you?