Saturday, March 11, 2006

Dear, Jason

To: Jason
From: Kimberly Webster
Subject: Email from Your Site
Date: Fri, 05 Sep 2003 09:05

Hello. I’m trying to contact Jason from Omaha, NE.
Is this he?

Thank you.


Sincerely,
Kimberly B. Webster
Omaha, NE

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To: Kimberly Webster
From: Jason
Subject: Re: Email from Site
Date: Fri, 05 Sep 2003 09:07

Hello, Kim. How are you?
Happily married and living a fruitful life, I hope.
Me? I’ve been married for years now, you could say I’m taken.
-Jason

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To: Jason
From: Kimberly Webster
Subject: Re: Re: Email from Your Site
Date: Fri, 05 Sep 2003 09:29

It is you. Yes, I am married. We just had our three-year anniversary. I’ve been back in school and am so busy with homework and research. What are you doing lately?

Good news is I finally saw Europe. I was rushed, but I’ll be heading back soon as my husband has family in Spain.

Kim

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To: Kimberly Webster
From: Jason
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Email from Site
Date: Fri, 05 Sep 2003 11:42

Kim, I can’t tell you how happy I am that you’re married. You’re taken by another man, and not trying to track me down. Plus your reply is friendly and harmless, relieving me 100% of the panic attack I first had. I dread the day when any woman I had relations with gets a hold of me and says, “It’s about time you started taking care of our baby daughter. She’ll be 4 in October and wants to know who dad is.”

Fortunately for us both, you and I ended on good terms. Plus, we never had sex. At least I don’t think we had sex. That was during my alcoholic stint. I can’t remember much except all the dancing we did at those nightclubs. God, those were some pretty wild days we had. Why didn’t we have sex? Didn’t you like me?

I can be honest with you about my feelings since those days have passed. Still, in this day and age, one’s personal information is now public, I’ve heard that all you need is a name or telephone number typed into Google. Then, BAM! You get somebody’s entire listing. With all the girls out there I dicked over, it really scares the shit out of me. What’s worse is that you can be anybody you want on the internet. I mean, for all I know you could actually be Kim’s husband and are using her email account to track down exboyfriends.

Keep in touch,
-Jason