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Maybe you all know this, but I had NO idea! I put skerber0 into google and a few of my post from here came up. I was shocked! I know stuff on the internet is pretty much fair game, but I didnt know it was that easy. Anyone know if there is some kind of privacy button I can do so that wont happen. It is only a few posts, not all.

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Basically, the bottom line is that if you don't want Google (et al) to find out about something and archive it forever, don't post it.

You can't post something to a publicly accessible website and expect it to be kept private; everybody can come here and read and that includes Google. Furthermore, there is no technical way to be 100% sure that a copy of what you wrote isn't living somewhere else. Sites like this and others get their new members from the search engines (mainly, some word of mouth and other referrals obviously) and to shut out Google and the other search engines would be cutting off the nose to spite the face.

Even if you get the post deleted, it will probably live on in Google's indexes and caches for a very long time to come.

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I went to a certain school and always googled my professors names. The best one was my History of the U.S. in the Middle East professor. Here are a couple of his highlights. He would probably fit well in the OT:

April 2007

PART 2 -- PART 1

April 26


He was trying to put us at ease

On Roozbeh Shirazi's "John McCain bombs it":

I simply must protest Roozbeh Shirazi's attack on the character of our Vice President. ####### Cheney does not shoot friends in the chest. ####### shoots friends in the face. And then gets them to express regret for having put ####### through the ordeal. If we cannnot distinguish good from bad when it comes to #######, then how can have we have a meaningful conversation about John McCain singing about bombing Iran? Clearly, McCain was simply giving us some straight talk about what should be funny.

If there was no chance whatsoever of bombing Iran, then singing about it would be absurd (like singing about bombing England or France or Japan... okay, wait, not Japan). He was trying to put us at ease. "Dude" -- [straight talking people say 'dude' in these circumstances] -- "if I was really going to bomb you or your family or whatever, would I sing about it?"

And I do feel better now. Integrity, experience and musical satire -- it's as Republican as tax cuts and sound foreign policy.


See first sentence:

Michelle Obama's Convention Speech

By XXXXXX from XXXXX, MI - Aug 25th, 2008 at 11:45 pm EDT

I have never seen a candidate's wife or husband (or many candidates for office for that matter) give a speech that was as moving or compelling as the one Michelle Obama gave at the Democratic Convention tonight. On CNN, Gergen and Toobin seemed disappointed that there were not more digs at McLame (see, there's one) and the RNC tonight. But Michelle Obama did something more important: she reminded me that even in this very partisan time, the political fight is not for fighting's sake, but for the future of this country. I know I decided to support Barack Obama because I felt that he really understood the need to end wars for oil so that our children can have something to look forward to beside the draft and fuel rationing and debt. "The world as it should be" -- safer and cleaner, more fair and more prosperous -- begins with us all connecting and committing. That is what we are for and that is worth the political fight that must come. And, granted, I'm looking forward to the case against McBush in the coming days. Let's have some fun with that!

See last sentence, pretty disgusting that people still think they're going to get some miraculous change and hope out of some one-term wonder who spent over a billion dollars an hour throughout his 4-year term

And Again

By XXXXX from XXXXXX, MI - Aug 29th, 2008 at 8:04 am EDT

I remember when Barack won the Iowa Caucuses. We were stunned and delighted. In the air was a certain amount of truth -- it was a smaller state, it was a smaller group of people making the decision. Even with this victory, the CNN pundits who were waiting for Obama to speak to his supporters did not seem ready for what happened. He came out and said, "And they said this day would never come!" With that speech, Iowa became more than the result of good organization or luck or some sort of protest vote. It became a vision of what could be. My heart just filled with hope and I could not stop smiling as I watched all the CNN pundits realize that they might be looking at the next president. After all the speeches and debates and ads that have come since then, it was clear to me that Barack would have to do still more to re-kindle the power of Iowa. This time both we and the pundits on CNN felt somewhat ready for a great speech by Barack (and there were so many great speeches at the convention). But, again, Barack pushed past even the highest expectations we could have of a presidential candidate and showed everyone that he would meet the highest expectations we could have of a president. My heart filled with new hope and new confidence as I watched CNN pundits realize that they were looking at the next president of the United States.

Historian - Associate Professor



Barack Obama


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India, gun buyback and steamroll.


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