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Finding myself

Monday, February 13, 2006
So every once in a while I look in various search engines just to see if I'm easy or difficult to find.

Imagine my suprise when I came across this link in Google: Untitled Normal Page

Not a very descriptive name, but it IS a very descriptive article I wrote about 10 years ago (give or take a month) in high school on "Christianity and the Roman Empire". I guess my cool high school history teacher posted them on his website (at the time) and some bizarre Korean web site mirrored it.

But why?

Why, in the name of all that is holy, did some website - whose principal language I don't begin to understand - mirror a paper written by (at the time) some adolescent just trying to get a good grade? I don't suppose I'll ever know.


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