Will the real Brian Feener please stand up, please stand up, please stand up?

January 7, 2008 at 9:41 pm 1 comment

Gah!!!

Want to know why it is important to be conscious of your name in a Google search?  Take a great example – ME!

In an alternate reality, I got a year and a half in prison for calling in a fake mayday into the Coast Guard.

What’s even better, is that he’s about my age, from about my former place of residence, and almost my identity by accident.

Update: Success! I’m the top 10/10 now!

There’s even audio of the call and people are blogging about it!! http://paddlingtravelers.blogspot.com/2007/05/mayday-call-fishing-vessel-determined.html

In fact, six of the top 10 Google results are of this jamoc.

Thankfully, I’m on my way to blogging this fool out of existence.  I wonder how many people have wondered about how I managed to graduate from University in four years while spending 18 months in the pokey?

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The Best You Can Do Don’t Mace Me, Bro! Don’t Mace Me!

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  • 1. Adam Bolonsky  |  September 26, 2008 at 1:52 pm

    Hi Brian,
    thanks for chiming in on the post.

    I think the other Brian is still in jail.

    Come on by, if you like, and comment on the original post at Sea Kayaking Dot Net.

    Adam Bolonsky

    Reply

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