WFME’s Right Name Wrong E-Mail

We all get junk e-mail.

But periodically, just like one can find joy in a wrong number phone call, one can also find joy in what I like to call the Right Name Wrong E-Mail — an e-mail message that has been mistakenly sent to you because you have the same name as the intended recipient. A missing period between the intended e-mail receiver’s first and last name has now ironically delivered that message to you.

And it’s almost too good to leave alone.

Today I Will Challenge Country Singer Paul Davidson To A Duel

“I love your song Prairie Fire,” she told me.

And then she went on to tell me about how much she admired my song called “Ghost Chickens.” That was, of course, nothing compared to the time my general practitioner took time out from examining me to chide me over the fact that I would sing such an amazing song like ‘Ghost of a North Texas Cowboy’ but give credit to Wallace Rennels for writing it in the first place.”

Apparently, my fear of having a doppleganger was actually coming true since I had no idea what they were talking about or what songs they were speaking of.

Today I Will Challenge USA Today Writer Paul Davidson To A Duel

“I loved what you had to say about wireless ISP’s,” she told me.

And then she went on to tell me about how much she admired my article on which “multinational corporation would pay for the Internet Superhighway.” That was, of course, nothing compared to the time my general practitioner took time out from examining me to chide me over the fact that I would waste readers’ time by giving Roger Ogden any press for his new post as “head of the Gannett Center for Design and Innovation.”

Apparently, my fear of having a doppleganger was actually coming true since I had no idea what they were talking about or what articles they were speaking of.

The Post Where I Speak In The Third Person About Not Liking To Speak In The Third Person

Paul Davidson speaks in the third person a lot.

As a result of speaking in the third person, Paul Davidson often comes across like the kind of guy who is all obsessed with himself and, if you asked Paul Davidson about such third-person speaking, he might say that he does it to communicate to those around him that there is the Paul Davidson that his friends know and the Paul Davidson that the public knows.

And if you were confused by that, just imagine how confused Paul Davidson would be.