Tuesday, May 26, 2009

There's enough Christian Guitar music in the world

Have you Googled yourself? I mean really Googled yourself? Put your name into Google to see the results. For the longest time my name came up with an “Ex-gay Christian song writer and recording artist who shares testimony and resources based on the premise that "no one is born homosexual and complete change is possible.”

Ah…that’s sooo cute! Mr. Repressed married to a bulldyke spreading his fear and sharing my name. Bless his - taking it up the butt under a bathroom stall whilst his children are in the play land just outside -heart.

Now, if you Google me, the word “ME” you can build your own profile. This way you have the ability to control the content of what represents you on the interwebs. Cool hu? This is what I built as a profile, I tried to make it as true and accurate as possible:
After completing his internship under Marie Curie and helping to pioneer the field of radioactivity, Steven found that the technique for isolating radioactive isotopes was unfulfilled. He then became an American English educator. Best known as the instructor and companion of Helen Keller.

After Helen’s death in 1968, He became a scientist at 3M in the United States. With the help of Jesse Kops, a fellow scientist, accidentally developed a "low-tack", reusable pressure sensitive adhesive. Commonly used today in Post-its, the canary yellow colored note pads trademarked by 3M.

While working at 3M, Steven conceived the idea for his most well know invention, the flux capacitor when he slipped and hit his head on the sink while standing on the toilet to hang a clock. The flux capacitor, which consists of a regularly squared compartment with three flashing lights arranged as a "Y", was described by Steven as "what makes time travel possible". The device is the core component of his time traveling DeLorean DMC-12.

Steven is now the proprietor and bartender of Steve's Tavern, a bar famous for inventing “The Flaming Steve.”

Where I grew up
17th century France
Places I've lived
Texas; prussia; France; Uranus
Companies I've worked for
Newgate Prison; King of Prussia
Schools I've attended
The Bauhaus school, Weimar

What I plan on doing is countering the ignorance and Christian guitar playing that my doppelganger Steve is supplying to Google. But, I thought I’d check with you first for suggestions. Should my profile be about healing and faith to the open and affirming work of all parts of the GLBT community or should I turn my profile into a feltchers information resource? You decide.


The Mutant said...

I'd go with feltchers information guide, it makes for more interesting reading, besides every man and his dog claims the 'healing and faith' malarkey.


"Ex-gays" seem to give off this unnatural humidity that makes my cakes fall, it's a sign one is around me.