When Iowa college students began receiving anonymous letters referring to them as “duclods” and darkly alluding to their bisexuality, one recipient became obsessed with finding the sender’s identity.
This article will captivate you. Ridiculously well written and like someone said over at Digg it’s like a gay version of The Da Vinci Code. Well, that’s one way of putting it. Fascinating stuff that’s for sure.
By the way, if page 2 doesn’t show up properly, just click on the aforementioned Digg link.
if you like shaving cats, try shaving crayonsDennis:
Haha, very funny :-PErik Nevermore:
If you look around a bit, you see that this guy was aware of his own status back in 2001. There was a metafilter post that he references on his several (odd) websites.
Incidentally, the gardening site is here: http://members.aol.com/shavescats/saveourskyline:
I really enjoyed Sarah’s articles too, until I started examining them. I found no less than eleven factual problems with her article. Is “Richard” really as psychotic as he seems? What was Sarah’s motivation? I’ve outlined my findings here: http://saveourskyline.livejournal.com/1127.html