Author Topic: The downside of using one's real name or an alias when posting  (Read 2092 times)

Richard Johnson

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Re: The downside of using one's real name or an alias when posting
« Reply #15 on: December 10, 2007, 04:29:13 PM »

I've been unmasked:  "Mike Bennett is a professional rugby league player for British Rugby league club St Helens. His specialist position is second-row. On Tuesday, 29 August 2006, Mike signed a contract extension at the Lancashire club which will keep him at Knowsley Road for another two seasons."

I'll write as often as I can as the Lancashire club's practice schedule permits.

Mike Bennett

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Re: The downside of using one's real name or an alias when posting
« Reply #16 on: December 10, 2007, 05:28:55 PM »
Mike,
I just want to know what you signed for.  Time here on ALPB Forum can be good preparation for rugby (at least for the name-callling in the scrum).
Ken Kimball

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Re: The downside of using one's real name or an alias when posting
« Reply #17 on: December 10, 2007, 09:29:30 PM »
I am Lutherman.  A simple LCMS pewsitting layman who chooses not to divulge my identity for reasons of my own.  I attend Divine Service regularly and am fed by Word & Sacrament and remember my baptism every time I make the Sign of the Holy Cross. 

If rabid and vociferous Lutheran pastors and laymen are offended by my decision to be anon, so be it, they aren't my shepherds anyway.  We all will answer to God.