Monday, September 11, 2006


the thing is i have so much to write about, but i learned my lesson about making things public. by the lack of boundaries i allow myself to be taken advantage of. so should i slam and lock all the doors to my identity a la 'x' and start over again? (can you find me?) or should i just proceed with abandon and eliminate the overconfident critics from the reign of my concern because i am true to myself? hmmm.


Harry Balls said...


the registration information of your site (viewable, for instance, by going to, typing in your domain name and answering a "captcha") contains your last name.
Then, a quick google search on "Nicole XXXX" (last name not shown here) brings up confirmation that it is, in fact, you (for instance, survived the tsunami in Phuket - I remember that back then I was genuinely worried about you).

Make your registration information private. Godaddy, for instance, facilitates that [for a small fee].

-Harry B.

10:05 PM  
Harry Balls said...

However, what's the problem? You're not doing anything illegal.

Your main concern, at this point, should be the Thai crackdown on visa runs.
What are you going to do?
Go for the 3 million Baht investor visa?
Buy the 1 million Baht Thailand Elite card?

Inquiring minds want to know.


Harry B.

10:07 PM  
elocin x said...

obsessive much? i wasn't in phuket during the tsunami, and i have a valid visa, thanks. just goes to show some people think they know it all. no need to point out that this site is unsecure- i have always been very up front with it and myself.

9:34 PM  

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