Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Is It Just Me?

On March 31, 2019--four days ago--I did a pretty detailed analysis of Nellie Ohr's Story--Puzzlements. This afternoon Techno Fog provided ... the same analysis. Coincidence? I dunno. The same sort of thing has happened before. Hey--hats off to real journalists who give credit when it's due. People like Lee Smith and Paul Sperry.

I suppose the bottom line is that if you're not on social media--Facebook, Twitter--you're basically invisible to most people. And yet I just don't want to go there.


  1. Mr. Wauck,

    I haven't commented in a few days. I've been too busy getting our taxes wrapped up. They're done. I am happy.

    Anyway, I wanted to let you know that Lee Smith gave you a Twitter shout-out on March 28. I verified that this time I wasn't citing an old story.

    You may not be as well-known as some of the other players, but your work means a great deal to me. You're one of my go-to sources.

    You can be proud of what you have produced. You are a new breed of animal, the citizen-journalist. Another comforting thought for you: CNN is one of the best known sources. Would you take their stature if it meant that you had to give up your integrity. We both know that the answer is no.

    Keep up the good work and know that you have a loyal fan base.

    1. Fan base isn't a good choice of words. Your work is appreciate by many of us, is a better way to say it. And, thanks.

    2. Tx, Joe. As it happens, I just this minute finished my taxes, too.

      Call it paranoia, but I just don't want to get into the social media field for now.