Now I can't say I've found too many people talking about me online. But I have had the added fun, since my last name is an adverb, of having totally unrelated news items sent to me--especially things that take place in Santa Barbara.
So here's what's new, in the world of Barbara Early:
Apparently, my sportsmanship leaves a little to be desired.
" Lobbying for a foul, Barbara lay prone on the pitch as play continued on its opposite end. Concerns over Barbara’s vital signs were allayed, however, when the Maltese striker popped up and began yelling vociferously at the referee, the linesman, and the fourth official, and possibly a couple of ball boys, concessionaries, and the RailHawks’ mascot Swoops. It was harsh words hurled in the direction of RailHawks’ manager Martin Rennie, however, that immediately preceded Barbara’s early exit in the 77th minute, demonstrating that a two-goal lead is always a great opportunity for the coach to enforce a “Don’t Cross the Boss” policy."
Although I think "the Maltese Striker" would be a cool nickname to have.
As to the Google alert to television station's website that tied me to a string of break-ins into Santa Barbara CVS stores? All I can say is, I have an alibi. Um. When was that again?
And I do seem to hang around some big names these days. Another story, this time from Newsday, and unfortunately no longer available, seems to tie me in with the Kardashian wedding. I wonder if they saved me any cake...