A stately home, sex, class & power: the Profumo Affair - The Cliveden House land in the Chiltern Hills Bucks was owned by Geoffrey de Clyveden in 1237. By 1300 it had passed to his son William who owned mills al...
Tuesday, 1 September 2009
Welcome! (And imposter warning.)
I gather 'someone' is pretending to be me and others and is posting pointless comments on a website, with a link here! (All his comments can be read linked on that website as Guest, Unaccredited, etc, so it's not hard to narrow the field.) One comment and link posted as Nemesis was removed, but I see he's still at it under another alias.
That sad person visited this site last week and this afternoon, again this evening, and has Virgin Media as his ISP, Glasgow Central, and I have his number... as, indeed, has the site concerned, and other linked blogs visited.
If he wants a few lessons in punctuation and spelling I hope he does say. Capital letters missing, bad spelling, and an apostrophe in the possessive pronoun? Hardly my style, is it, dahlings? As he is fond of saying - sheesh!
It's not hard to spot the dog, even if not wearing a kilt. Internet harassment and a barking obsession, what a bizarre activity, eh, saddo?
I hope the funny phone calls aren't you also, as the police have been informed.
Apart from that fruitcake, welcome new readers.
Welcome again, our imposter from Glasgow City! ! I suppose this obsession I should find flattering!