A few months back, I Googled my name just to see what would come up. Lots of men with my name but nothing about me, which was to be expected because I’ve kept a low online profile. But now I tried again, and after 4 links to some other guys (some fisherman from Florida, a teenage tennis player from Virginia), there’s this: (The links are to snapshots. Sorry, I tried to put the images right on this page but they had to shrink down & look crappy.. Still figuring some of this stuff out.)
I wrote a letter to the editor of the Insider, a free Rochester publication, about a woman who says she can communicate with the dead. Well that didn’t make it on Google but someone’s angry response to my letter did. Google cuts it off right before she starts ripping into me. I’ll post the links if anyone’s interested, but moving on… Next was:
This is of course the awesome props that my friends Pat & Fran gave me on their mega-popular site. I have to laugh at the snippet of text that Google shows though. If I go on an interview some day and they refer to me as Piggie Smalls then I’ll know who to blame!
Then there was a link to some golfer dude, then this:
Even though FoodMike also posted about magicpork.com, Google is showing something he posted a while back about that letter to the editor I was talking about. So now people know I’m a die-hard skeptic, which I am, so no problem there.
But it wasn’t until I got to the bottom of the 3rd page that I saw Magic Pork listed:
This was a snippet of a fake newspaper article that I put on an earlier post. Taken out of context, that doesn’t sound too good, especially since it cuts off where it does.
Maybe if I just repeat my name a lot here it’ll push this post higher in Google’s results and no one will even see that one. Kevin McMillen Kevin McMillen Kevin McMillen Kevin McMillen Kevin McMillen Google Google Google.