Weekly diary, 25th November 2014
This week has been pretty much par for the course. Some good things, some bad things.
I’m questioning whether it’s a good idea to commit to trying to write a spying-related post (or any post), once a week. On the one hand, it’s a good self-discipline, and I suppose it helps to keep my case in the public eye. On the other hand, if I don’t have anything to say, people will pretty soon get fed up of hearing about the same old things. I once worked for a cheque-cashing business, and one of my occasional tasks was to hand out leaflets about the company to passers-by. The owner of the company asked me to write a report on marketing for that branch, and I wrote that there was a danger of the public feeling hassled and annoyed if we overdid the leafleting. I think in hindsight it suited me to say that, because I hated doing the leafleting, but I also think there was some truth in what I said.
So I think I’ll pretty much leave it there for today. Please stop watching/listening to this thing that Shehrbano has allegedly created. It’s wrong, and I’m pretty sure everyone knows it’s wrong. However, if you don’t bring yourself to stop, at least have the courage and the decency to be open and honest about what you’re doing. At least that.
‘Til next time,