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Incognito

Incognito

February 12, 2006

incognito

Why, no I don’t think I am over reacting. Why do you ask?

Updated to add: If you want to be a “friend” on my flickr contact list you have to sign up for your own flickr account. It’s free, easy, and you don’t have to put up any photos if you don’t want to. When you add me as one of your contacts I will be notified and can then add you as a friend. I realize that there are still some public photos over there. The rest are marked private for now.

Posted by Chris @ 12:52 pm  

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  1. Jody says:

    LOLOL!

  2. Mom101 says:

    Perfect. I thought you might have gone with the black bar over the eyes but then he’d just look like a Glamour don’t.

  3. Jennifer says:

    ha ha!!!

  4. Melora says:

    Cute! Of course, there is probably a whole subset of weirdos who enjoy looking at pictures of short, mysterious French men.
    Cordially,
    Melora
    P.S. Just kidding!

  5. harvestmoon says:

    I think he needs a hat. And a cigarette in one of those long holder things. Oh! And a newspaper! Maybe Le Monde?

    Oh, and hey, what do I have to bribe you with to be a friend? :) Tequila? More talavera? :) I’m greenschool3 At The Place Which Shall Not Be Named But Has Something To Do With Pervs And Photos. :)

  6. Jody says:

    Yes, me too (what harvestmoon said) Name your bribe.

  7. Melissa says:

    I found you from joyunexpected. I’m sorry your having trouble. I don’t think your overreacting in the least.

    And I love this pic, too funny.

  8. Chris says:

    I still have the photos set to private, because it took so much work to change them all and I just don’t have the attention span to change them to friend only. Because we have snow. And OHMYGOD, this has never happened before and we are all going to perish!!!

  9. owlhaven says:

    Chris, I have come up with an idea that is at least some protection. There is a way to disable the right-click function of your web page, making it harder for someone to copy your page…. Here is the webpage to read about it and get the code http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex9/noright.htm
    I think I will try that on my page. The down side is that somone can’t ‘open in new window’ from your page…..
    Mary

  10. owlhaven says:

    here it is

    Mary

  11. Carmen says:

    HA! That was hysterical!!!!

  12. wendy says:

    :-)!!! Very nice. :-)!!!

  13. InterstellarLass says:

    I don’t blame you. I was going to sign up for a Flickr account. Now I’ll have to do it, but lock it down like Fort Knox.

  14. truth says:

    When I read your blog yesterday I was deeply disturbed. I enjoy posting pics on my blog but would hate to think that anything was happening like you mentioned.

    Owlhaven-thank-you so much!!!! I was searching for something like this yesterday. I just tried it on my blog and it worked! Thank-you, thank-you! I feel so much better.

  15. Tay says:

    Hee! Hopefully he won’t see it, and decide it seems like a good look for him.

    I’m pretty sure you’re one of my contacts, so, yay! I do love seeing your photos.

  16. tiddlywinks says:

    This totally creeped me out!
    I’m another frequent lurker and “friend” but not a friend. I can still access your photos from the link in your side bar. I don’t have a flickr account. just so you know.

  17. Faith says:

    Wow, this freaked me out (not the pic) what the freak did. How did you know that he took your images. I looked at my account and I’m not sure how to tell. My daughter did tell me recently that her husband copied a pic of my little man from my site to show a friend and I let it slide thinking no one else would want a pic of my kiddos. oops! maybe I’m wrong.

  18. Erin says:

    I added you to my contacts (my name on there is wbushcheated). I enjoy reading your blog and think your a great photographer!

  19. Annika says:

    You’ll know you’ve gone too far and are in trouble if he starts reading Ginsberg and drinking black coffee.

  20. Riley* says:

    Hi.. i have been reading your blog for a little over a month now.. You inspire me! seriously, i want a big family.. we have one child now (i know a long way to go) he is just now 10 months old i am 24 (i started late :( ).. my husband and i want at least 6. are we crazy? your blog truely inspires me. The Mcveays

  21. Katie says:

    I’m so sorry that you have to go to these lengths because there are wackos out in the world.

    Also a person can see get around the “block right click” trick by using the print screen button on the keyboard (”prt scr”) and then pasting into paint shop or a similiar program and cropping back down to the picture.

    So I guess the moral of the story is deciding what you feel comfortable sharing with the world and what they might do with it.

  22. Chris says:

    Katie,
    You are right. I can get around the “block right click” trick by using the capture screen function in paint shop pro. Anything you put out there on the internet can be misused.

  23. Patty says:

    This is just crazy! I have your blog and a few others for a couple of months and enjoy hearing and seeing your children. I have 2 daughters and it scares the heck out of me. We are originally from the Chicago area and moved to Florida a couple of years ago. Thinking that being away from the big city you are safer. Well last week a friend of mine sent me a link to a web site that will tell you where sicko of children under the age of 16 live and are registered with the state. http://www.familywatchdog.us and I was shocked how many live less then a mile from me. It is a terrible feeling that we cant trust anybody out there. You never know what intentions people have. It is too bad we have to live like this. I dont have a blog. I just read and laugh, cry with a few of you. Thanks again for all the good writing.

  24. Anonymous says:

    This is just crazy! I have your blog and a few others for a couple of months and enjoy hearing and seeing your children. I have 2 daughters and it scares the heck out of me. We are originally from the Chicago area and moved to Florida a couple of years ago. Thinking that being away from the big city you are safer. Well last week a friend of mine sent me a link to a web site that will tell you where sicko of children under the age of 16 live and are registered with the state. http://www.familywatchdog.us and I was shocked how many live less then a mile from me. It is a terrible feeling that we cant trust anybody out there. You never know what intentions people have. It is too bad we have to live like this. I dont have a blog and the way I can comment is only anonymous. I do have email and it is mrs_snappy@comcast.net Thanks again for all the great bloges. Patty:)

  25. Paula says:

    OK, count me as a friend when you figure it all out.

    How did you find out that your daughter’s pic was a favorite?