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6-02-2009 @ 10:31AM
OK just as a general observer of human behavior, these 2 people being the same person makes no sense. Why, would a woman who is already having a very successful blogging career risk her credibility by denying that she is Ferraro if they really were one and the same person? I mean there would have been no reason for her to announce on Paladin Schmaladin who she really was or the other blogs she wrote for that were not WoW related prior to this and absolutely no shame in admitting that Paladin Schmaladin and TechDarling were written by the same person once the similarities were discovered if it was in fact true. That would have been much less damaging to her reputation and other paid blogging gigs, not to mention potentially more success generating, than trying to deny it and come up with that convoluted story to "explain". In general, 1 successful blog + another successful blog = increased traffic and success, especially since there could be potential crossover of interests between the two. But if she completely discredits the honesty and possible validity of one of those blogs, she would call into question all of her blogs if in fact she was writing both of them. That would just be stupid, and Sara Townsend does not strike me as anywhere near stupid. If I were her, frankly right now I'd be scared (assuming Sara and Ferraro are not the same person). She has someone who has been very closely following her online and co-opting her life and work since 2004. That is a long time for Ferraro to lie (and probably fantasize) about who s/he really is. I have worked in mental health now for a lot of years, and when you take an unstable and possibly delusional person and poke massive holes in said delusion/fantasy that is a major stressor. Bad things can happen when you add stress to an already unstable person.
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