About the Stolen Blogs

Very recently, an msn spaces site was found to have several posts of mine, copied and pasted as their own. This had been happening at least since January according to the date of the posts.

The site contained at least 10 of my posts about all my personal stuff, and the profile was also a rip off, every thing to be stolen was stolen. This means that, yes, the comments made here were stolen too. Comments by Sulz, and Satoru were made by the use of fake accounts impersonating them. The fake accounts also contained posts created by Li, and comments by the person who was impersonating me -although he was male.

I’m not making links to the site anymore. First of, the site that stole my content has been deleted, and second, my blog friends involved have posted them in their sites.

Knowing how it all seemed to work around my entries, and the entries of my friends just seemed to be there for supporting purposes, S thought it could be someone I know.

Turns out S was RIGHT. He IS somebody I know. I still don’t know any reasons, any motives, nothing… and the truth is… I don’t want to ask. I am not going to write more details about his identity either, for I don’t want to stirr things up… as long as the entries are deleted.

I just want to apologize that I have somehow caused this, so I’m sorry your entries were copied. At least you can be assured that this was not about you, but about me. And there’s no strange person out to get you, they’re out to get me.

o.O

Take care people. Blog safe.

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9 thoughts on “About the Stolen Blogs

  1. S thought it could be someone I know.

    At first glance, it seemed disorganized. Yet, when you looked at which entries were chosen and what comments were fabricated, there was logical cohesion. Even delusions are logical when you understand the premises that motivate the individuals behind them.

    When you looked at all the actions, studying which ones preceded which, and which were likely as a result of action x, then you see that the probability of design far exceeds that of mere chance. Once this is accepted, then the most reasonable explanation . . . is that the person in question knows you.

    Everything we do and say is a direct expression of conscious or unconscious motivations. Like it or not, we give ourselves away.

    Turns out S was RIGHT. He IS somebody I know.

    As I said in our conversation, I was hoping I was wrong. 😦

    I still don’t know any reasons, any motives, nothing… and the truth is… I don’t want to ask.

    The truth is . . . this is a cowardly individual. You should not need to ask. He owes you the truth and he owes those whose work he plagiarized a public apology.

    they’re out to get me.

    I do not believe they are out to get you. The word ‘get’ can easily be replaced with another word that makes their real motivations perfectly clear.

    For the record, if they tell you that they did this as a joke . . . they are insulting your intelligence. No rational person could possibly believe that. The entries date back to January. Using your entries for satirical purposes at best makes a mockery of you. There is no reward to be had if the person you are hoping to ridicule is not aware of it. To go on for months on the grossly unlikely event that they will accidentally discover your work . . . not even the most deluded of individuals would do this. Not even the worst kind of mental retardation could justify this as a ‘joke.’

    No, there is only one explanation that whilst not excusing their actions, offers any semblance of rationality however misguided it may be. Whether they will ever confess to it, remains to be seen.

    for I don’t want to stirr things up… as long as the entries are deleted.

    ‘Things’ are already stirred up. He did it all by himself. I understand that you do not wish to scare yourself, but, it is a mistake to not demand an explanation from him—by e-mail because it is not safe to be around someone like him in person.

    This is clearly a very unstable individual. Do not think that because he gets along fine with others and no one notices any disturbance that it does not exist. Most people can compartmentalize. Their imbalance tends to be triggered only by specific situations and/or persons.

    Deleting the offensive site may help. However, it is important to note that deletion will not miraculously vanquish their disturbance. All it does is remove their tool for manifesting it.

    To put the situation into context, suppose I stalked you for months, took pictures of you, turned them into posters, and pinned them downtown. You find out about the posters by accident because a friend happened to be passing by, spotted them, and decided to let you know. All the posters have my contact information on them. You contact me and find out it is Satoru, your supposed ‘friend.’

    I take the posters down the next day as a result.

    Would you not want to know why I did it all? Is taking down the posters enough? What is to say that I will not keep stalking you or taking pictures? I only took the posters down because I got caught. Next time I stalk and take pictures—or perhaps do even more reprehensibly disturbing things—I will only need to make sure I do not get caught. In the meantime, I learned from my mistakes: no more poster pinning downtown.

    If this is sounding at all ridiculous then . . . wonderful. What is next? In my hypothetical, you would not say (at least I should hope not), “Satoru may have done all these batshit crazy things but at least they did not come at me with a knife and stab me.” I would say that particular fact hardly makes it all better.

    The proper response to my hypothetical is to not just demand an explanation from me, but to also demand I stop: stalking, taking pictures or doing anything else that a normal person would never think to do.

    Do not overlook the most salient detail here: no normal person would have done what he did.

    That you have someone in your life like this, should be rightfully cause for distress.

    Be well, Nessa.

  2. Nessa, this guy is freaky! I agree with S in that you shouldn’t ignore this. First it starts off with copying your entries and pictures, next is…well, who knows what else this guy is capable of! Call him or e-mail him to find out what’s going on but make sure to avoid direct contact. The last thing I’d want is to read about your kidnap and death in the Columbian papers. *shudders* Please be safe and take care of yourself.

    Love,

    Li

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