So, I googled myself recently. And, we all know how painful that can be. Here is what I found:
I get information on the Rabbi David Roller, The Reverend Dave Roller, The former professional football player Dave Roller (I would have mentioned him sooner, but he played for the Packers), and even a reference to Biker Dave's Roller Derby Blog. If I dig deep enough, there are references to this blog. What I don't see, and frankly I don't understand why not is: Dave Roller, Medicine Woman. Jane Seymour worked really hard to look like me, each week, and I am not sure why Google has forgotten this show.
I do have a few more thoughts on Google and some other things, so let's get right to them, shall we?
If you are doing a Google search on Clint Eastwood, don't you feel obligated to use the I'm feeling Lucky button?
Would Macgyver still impress us, with his compendium of seemingly useless, but life saving information, if google had been available to him?
I live in Illinois, and I must say that I am glad that they have taken the Rod Blagojevich Governor signs off the toll roads so quickly. However, there is another sign I'd like them to remove. Under our emergency stopping signs on the highway, there is a sign that says two hours only. SO, you are driving on the expressway and your daughter says "Stop the car, Dad I have an emergency!" You then have to say, "Well gee honey, how long do you think this emergency will take? Cause here, we have a 2 hour limit."
Along those same lines, I was at my local park district recently, and they wanted me to update my emergency contact information. So, I am filling out the paperwork and they asked for my emergency contact's address.
Could you imagine if sometime in the near future my Dad received this letter:
Dear Mr. Roller,
We wanted to inform you that your son, daughter in law and grandchildren were all involved in what we are officially calling a kick ball avalanche. You were listed as their emergency contact, please advise how you would like us to proceed. We are enclosing A SASE and eagerly await your reply.
The Locality Removed to Avoid Possible Libel Charges Park District
Well, that's about all I have for tonight. You've been a terrific readership. Drive safely.
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