Dear Jiminy Glick…

Now, I don’t know you, or your intentions, but I would like to ask you to please at least let me know who you are. If you are a student or a community member, I’d appreciate the transparency. If you are a staff member, I think you have a basic responsibility to let me know.
So, please, who are you? How’d you find my blog? Any chance you want to share why you’re pointing my boss to my blog, and not telling me, or telling her who you are? Don’t worry, I won’t retaliate or anything. I am worried, but mostly curious.
I deliberately do not mention where I work or the names of my colleagues specifically because I want to be able to talk openly with my close people about my life and work, without being disrespectful of others. Now, I’ve had friends tell me that with my recent posts about work that I’ve crossed a line and I should censor myself. So be it, that’s what I’ve done. Now I know why that was a good idea.
Hope to find out who you are, and if you have a problem with me, I hope we can at least talk about it more openly,


Currently Reading:

-Dispersing Power by Raul Zibechi

1 comment

Tom (from WSF-Caracas)

That really sucks. I was finding your posts about school to be fascinating and was learning so much from them. Shoot…