Contact me, mutterflocker.

Nothing says "contact me" like a green contact form.

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The issue with putting a number or email address for online display (i.e. in a public database) is that it comes with the chance to end up in some marketing list that will be frequently used by advertisers (also know as “spammers”). And no one likes being cold-called by “companies” from whatever place no one has ever heard of, to sell you some magical remedy that will make you rich from the comfort of your couch. (Even worse when it’s the gas company calling you about the bills you haven’t paid yet.)

Via this contact form, however, your message will go straight to my gmail inbox, which means that if you include your number with a time to call you back, I will do so – and your number will stay with I (and I only).


Home, sweet home.

You want to head back to the homepage? Enough said.

Take me home, mutterflocker.