Should I be paranoid?

Hmmm...I wonder if I should be paranoid about the hit to my weblog, where I briefly ranted against the government way back when, that originated from a computer at the US Department of Justice through a Google search (yes, apparently the Feds do use Google) directly related to the incident I ranted about. Eh, I figure if I start getting weird flickering on my computer screen, I can pretend the aliens are talking to me ;)

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I would

I would certainly be paranoid, it makes the day so much more interesting.


However I think the government is much sneakier than that. It was probably some PO'ed government wonk wondering what people thought about what his or her department was doing.


I remember when I applied for a govermnet job a few years ago (and still am on the hire list if the State Department hires people and stops contracting out) I never gave them my cell phone number. I had to fill out a book of forms, but not once did I give my cell #. They called me on my cell phone. I have no idea how they got the # because I gave it to NO one, not even my relatives, not my admin assistant (well 6 of us had 1 admin) nada because I had only had it a few weeks and was testing to see how the coverage was.
Damn sneaky gubmint.

paranoia?

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