"Where else would you go when you have an ax to grind?"

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Why Clark, without your glasses you look just like...

Jesus Jimmy, don't you ever frickin' knock?

Why, he's just a mild-mannered reporter (formerly) with a great metropolitan newspaper!

This blog, along with everything else in my life, will be going through some changes in the coming weeks. No, it isn't anything traumatic, it is just a change in employment status and a general need to update this particular chunk of cyberspace.
For starters, due to the people at Google being shirty about people posing as "real" clergymen, I'm unable to use Rev.Paperboy as the name in my google profile anymore, so I'll  be working without the collar, mask and cape for the foreseeable future, which means you get to know my really, real, honest to goodness, actual name. Try not to abuse that privilege, otherwise various superpowers will have to be brought into play ( Up up and away, Hulk Smash!, Let's go commandoes it's howling' time, you wouldn't like me when I'm angry, Avenger Assemble, it's clobbering' time, go ahead make my day, Shazam! etc etc.).
I'll be weeding the blogroll in the coming days to remove dead links and the like, so if you think you should be on the blogroll, send me a link and we'll see.

Stay tuned!



Saskboy said...

I've avoided G+ for that sort of name nonsense.

Lelani Carver said...

In my reality you will always be properly addressed as Comrade Revpaperboy.

Kevin Wood said...

That is the way I'd like to be remembered.

Niles said...

Why don't you just get yourself an internet "reverend" entitlement? I hear they're cheap. After all, if you've got a certificate, who is Google to say who is a "real" reverend and who is not?

I mean, what other criteria are there to prove you're any less real than a "real" reverend?

They have a list of officially approved religions?

Or you could just change it from Reverend to Reverent.

Kevin Wood said...

oh I have bona fide credentials. They cost me $20 from an ad in the back of Rolling Stone. I've done weddings and everything. A good agnostic-atheist clergyman is always in demand.

democommie said...

Dear Mister (NOT)Reverend Paperboy, Sir:

You will now, and forever, be the shepherd of your flock.