Everywhere I go There They Are

I can’t remember if I mentioned this in a prior post, but I have noticed something odd. I find myself bumping into the same bloggers all around the blogosphere.

In some respects that sounds like a no-brainer. People have common interests, they look at my blogroll and find new blogs to read, I look at theirs and find new blogs to read and we all end up moving in a circle.

But what throws me is that I encounter people in places that I would never expect to see them. I stumble onto blogs from the various corners of cyberspace and suddenly there they are.

It is a little spooky.

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  1. Excuse me, somebody said they were serving free food here? No? I must be at the wrong blog.

  2. PsychoToddler says

    I think you’re starting to repeat yourself.

  3. Anonymous says

    I have noticed that as well, it’s part of the reason I don’t always use the same name whereever I go…

    I have seen some folks I considered vanilla at some very… uh… not vanilla blogs.

    People shall remain nameless, including me. But when it all comes down to it, people like to have sex and get off, now don’t they?

  4. Jack's Shack says


    I have been waiting for someone to come up with that line. 🙂

  5. It’s a small blog-world, after all…

  6. Jack's Shack says


    Could be, or maybe one of my other identities is stalking you. Who knows. (cue)>maniacal laughter.

  7. Jack's Shack says

    Hi Pearl,

    I have around 2000 posts so I sometimes forget when I wrote something. Along those lines I am not surprised to hear that others may not have read something.

    But I always have known that readers will check out the blogs of people who make interesting comments.

  8. torontopearl says

    I don’t recall you mentioning it in an earlier post, but I talked about this “phenomenon” in a post of mine from April:


    I still never cease to be amazed by the people I meet at other comment areas: “Hey, how’d he/she get here?” I continually ask myself.

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