Welcome to European Tribune. It's gone a bit quiet around here these days, but it's still going.
I joined a blog, Daily Kos.  It was a beautiful day and I had my bag lunch underneath the statue of Thomas Jefferson at the University of Virginia; the founder of UVA.  I always thought it best to keep the same user name on different blogs since there is an overlap of members and for consistency in my on-line activities and opinions.

It seemed appropriate at the time but I have found that I've grown more left, actually.

I have also noticed that I have taken on different personalities, or rather voices in posts, depending on the subject and how my experience relates to it.  For instance here, in my worker diary, I spoke in the voice of a partner to a worker.  In my humanities diary, I have more of an academic voice from what I have learned in literary criticism.  I also have another voice when it concerns military topics as I have quite a few years in that profession as well.  Often that leads to an angry voice when the topic evolves into veteran's issues and the US Department of Veterans Affairs.  Lastly, I have my ignorant, naive and doe-eyed voice when I ask all of you simple questions about the EU and economics.

Heh, I guess that's me.

"Schiller sprach zu Goethe, Steck in dem Arsch die Flte! Goethe sagte zu Schiller, Mein Arsch ist kein Triller!"

by Jeffersonian Democrat (rzg6f@virginia.edu) on Mon Dec 31st, 2007 at 09:56:55 AM EST

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