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I have a stalker. Now before you contact the authorities on my behalf, let me be more clear. My stalker watches my twitter feed, my Facebook status updates, views my Flickr photos and reads my blog posts. Not bad, huh? I mean that's what I blog for, right? My life is surrounded by social media, my goal is to be at the top of the search engines and all social media nuts love traffic. So really... you can't beat having a stalker!

Of course there is always a down side to everything. My particular stalker reads my updates and takes them out of context to tell others. For months I haven't cared, I've laughed it off. The only reason I am blogging about it today is because I want to clear some things up for everyone who reads my twitter stream, blog or follows me on Facebook.

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