I just realized that the most interesting (to me, at least) things going on in my life right are are things I cannot really discuss on-line. Not now, at least. And much if it maybe never. In some ways it's really cool, but it's also rather frustrating. In the 9 months or so since I began blogging, I've grown accustomed to tossing stuff out here so that others knew what I'm up to.

Amazingly, some people are interested and even care.

It's a strange little world we create.

On a related note, I just discovered that I really ought to do laundry tomorrow. I'm in need of clean whites.

Posted by jzawodn at April 15, 2003 10:36 PM

Reader Comments
# Vicki said:

I have a friend who used to know a man who "worked for the government". When he decided to stop working for the giovernment and join the private sector, interviewing was oddly difficult.

What have you done?
I worked for the government.

Tell me about some of the projects you worked on.
I can't... they're classified.

What languages did you use?
I'm afraid I can't talk about that...

So, Jeremy, you are on a secret mission. I guess tomorrow we'll hear about dark laundry? :-)

on April 16, 2003 12:15 AM
# brandt said:

see? this is why you should have blogged about Iraq!

(oh and i care about your well being, but i also have a non blog outlet for my insider Z news.)

on April 16, 2003 05:43 AM
# Craig said:


it's alright -- you can post in your blog about your enemas... There's far worse stuff out there on the web anyway.

on April 16, 2003 02:03 PM
# keith knutsson said:

thanks for sharing...

on April 17, 2003 07:49 AM
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