The Chess Wanderer

"Les pions sont l´âme du jeu" Francois-André Philidor, 1749

Wednesday, April 06, 2005

Detective work

All this talk of detective work has got me a little worried (paranoid person that I am). So I would like to ask the Knights for help. If you can find my real name in the public domain can you let me know through email so I can be more careful in the future? Please reply to this post so I know who is helping me out. Thanks!


At 4/07/2005 2:57 AM, Blogger Jens said...

You mean to tell us that your real name isn't Mr. Pawn Sensei :) Sorry if we made you feel uncomfortable....


At 4/07/2005 4:36 AM, Blogger CelticDeath said...

Pawn Sensei, are there any outstanding warrants for your arrest? :p

At 4/07/2005 4:42 AM, Blogger psalcido said...

Geez, man. People can find out anything that they want about me online. I just don't even give a damn.

I'm Paul Salcido, 25, married, 5'10", 175 lbs, 1 kid. My TN and everything else is probably also easily found.

Stop being so paranoid.

At 4/07/2005 8:26 AM, Blogger Pawnsensei said...

Jens, Pawn or PS is fine. ;)

CD, not in America anyway. But there was this one time in Mexico on Spring Break......

Paul, thanks for the advice. I'll try to keep that in mind the next time I'm having a panic attack. JK of course. But seriously dude. It's ok if other people are paranoid. As Mr. Miyagi would say "Breathe in. Breathe out. Breathe in. Breathe out. In with the good air. Out with the bad."


At 4/07/2005 3:43 PM, Blogger psalcido said...

Well, I'm not going to ask where your from, but the way that Credit Card companies are today, just keep your paws on your SSN, although with detective work, someone could find mine, I'm sure.

But of course, yours could be found too, but SSN searches on the web are pretty random. You are just as likely to be found as the other 300 million of us.

No problems, man.

At 4/07/2005 4:02 PM, Blogger Nezha said...

to psalcido:

Oh no! why did you give your true name.. no! no! noooooooo!


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