Good Deeds and Infamy

Not much to say, but It’s nice to be loved, and ever since my big vacuum post, the popularity of this site has exploded.  So stick with me peeps, I have some great new content loaded and ready to fire when the time is right.  I’m just dealing with legal trouble from my “real job” and a ton of work on a new assignment, so updates are coming, but it may take some time.

For this post, I figured I’d do a follow up.  Longtime readers (and nearly every new reader) will immediately remember the infamous vacuum post I put up in early November warning about the dangers of posting extremely personal information in an account that can be easily traced back to your real-world identity.  If you aren’t familiar with it, take a look at it here.

I’m very happy to announce that my message has been heard and I’ve done me good deed for the year.  Mr. Paschall, the alleged sexual predator, alleged horrible person and confirmed idiot, has learned a small lesson in how the internet works.  Approximately a month after that post went live, he completely abandoned that username, leaving himself virtually untraceable across the inter-tubes.  He even went back and deleted a few of his more embarrassing activities (a word of warning though, tumblr lasts forever buddy).  So I figure I did a pretty good thing, I saved a horrible person and complete idiot from a lot of self-inflicted embarrassment.  I don’t know whether to celebrate or take a shower.

I’ll be back soon, so don’t give up on me yet, but in the meantime, if anybody has a good story to share about our resident hooversexual, send an email to va82@gmx.com.

Until next time sport’s fans: Remember our motto here at Revealing Injustice: When life gives you lemons, shut up and eat the damn lemons.