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Don't Do This! Blog
Monday, 29 May 2006

If you have not done so already, please read the example post, and then read this.

This should not require an explanation post; it is perfectly clear what would cause the blogger to be identified as Tom in Mrs. Doe's class.

First, he said his name was Tom and he was in Mrs. Doe's class. Second, he described an incident that occured in her class to him, and as such even if he did not mention his name it would identify the writer as Tom.

Ignore the overall content of the blog post. That's not what's important. This is only meant as an example of how a blogger could be easily identified by a reader.

Posted by defendyoursites at 7:00 PM EDT
Example blog - Tom gets caught
Well, another clear violation of first amendment rights at school. Mrs. Doe was taking up homework, and she commented about some of the stuff I wrote in it and how it was "inappropriate" for school. There was nothing in it that contained profanity, violence, or sex, and I'm not even sure what she was reffering to, so I stated that I felt that everything in it was wholely appropriate. Of course, she disagreed for some reason.

"Tom, you're getting a 0. I'm sorry, but this is going to the principal" was the response. Christ. I responded, "I'm not even sure what's inappropriate in it! I don't know what you're accusing me of!"

"The whole passage is inappropriate. Don't raise your tone with me, either."

I looked at Tim. He just shook his head. So now I'm in detention tommorow because some stupid b***** thought my passage was inappropriate for school, even though she refused to explain why. And to think these people get paid for pulling crap like this...

Until next time,
-Tom

Posted by defendyoursites at 6:54 PM EDT
Sunday, 28 May 2006
Explanation
On this blog you will see what NOT to do if you wish to keep your identity secret. Read our guidelines on anonymity first, and then compare this blog to The Secret Blog. You will be able to notice a distinct difference.

Posted by defendyoursites at 11:46 PM EDT

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