A friend of mine is worried about her career future because the 1st page of a Google search of her name brings up photos of her ass. I’m not going to mention her by name, because she’s probably already going to attack me for writing about this in the first place.There is no need to turn that impending assault into an attempted homicide. Then she’d end up an assed-out former internet model facing 25-to-life in federal prison. Nobody wants that!
All half-naked model chick jokes aside, I didn’t write this entry to clown anyone in particular. I wrote it because way too many people forget that it’s a lot harder than you think to get rid of the stuff you put on the internet once it’s out there. Google can be your best friend and your worst enemy, in a sense that it can get you found, or it can get you found. Unfortunately for some, life lessons can be digitally revisited years down the line thanks to search engines and archive.org.
I for one, know that I can NEVER, EVER, EVEREVEREVER run for any sort of public office thanks to this blog alone. I have done too many things and written about too many topics to get chosen for anything requiring a squeaky-clean image. If you’re looking for someone to judge a wet t-shirt contest, or if you’re a really good friend, to help you hide an occasional body, then I’m that guy. If you were to hire me to give lectures on morality, then my internet trail of mayhem and destruction would definitely come back to bite me in the ass.
I have accepted this fate, and made the most of it. Others, however, need to remember that showing your ass online(literally or figuratively) could come back to haunt you. In the meantime, let me go Google this chick’s name again, because her hindparts are rather easy on the eyes…Tweet