Monday, February 13, 2012

Feb 13, 2012 – 2:38pm
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  • Hi there!

    Thanks for the brief note!

    wouldn't happen to know Sean Noobsauce, would you? He's a coworker of mine
    and a very dedicated participant in the Boston IFF. I've actually been
    to a couple of movies at IFF (animated shorts, Soul Kitchen, World's
    Greatest Dad), but not to the extent that he has (he gets the Festival
    Pass and absolutely maximizes the number of movies he can view!). He
    also runs the Boston Bacon Lovers Convention.

    The other thing
    that caught my attention is that you noted that 92.5 The River was
    "Music for the Independent Mind." I thought that 88.9 WERS had that
    slogan! So I just googled that phrase, and lo and behold, WERS it is...

    I'm curious as to what small school you opened, and how you are able to work from home.


  • Feb 13, 2012 – 4:32pm
    You googled it.

    As fun as you'd be to date - I think I'm going to pass.

    Yes, I know Sean. He's a VIP.

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  • Just now!
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    clarify, I "googled it" to verify my suspicions on which radio station
    uses that tagline, not to cheat on the answer. It was possible that both
    stations use the phrase. What was worse, looking up the answer, or
    using the word "googled"?

    Fine, openly googling something (or
    using google as a verb) is a dealbreaker for you. Next time, I'll either
    lie about how I verified something, or I will use the phrase "performed
    a search on the Internet" instead. Either way, I'll make sure I know
    how one feels about someone who uses the word "google" in a sentence

    Someone who has a problem with "I googled it" is someone _I_ would pass on.

    Thank you for enriching my experience on here, and GFY,