Grass Valley, CA — Area woman Bridget Doggins suspects that an online article might be about her. Ms. Doggins spends a great deal of time on the Internet, especially Facebook. She’s been reading various post from local news media outlets and has grown increasingly concerned that they are directed at her.
“I got this weird feeling reading the article that they were writing about me,” a concerned Ms. Doggins mentioned to Gish Gallop this week. “Do you ever get this feeling people are following you? Like someone says something and you think they’re talking about you?”
According to Ms. Doggins, she spends a lot of time on the Internet researching various things such as how to make your own drapes with ordinary household items and “alternative” cleaning solutions. “I have a Facebook account, a Twitter account, and a Tumblr account that I like to keep up to date. I share everything and have tons of followers. You can make a lot of things with plain-old household vinegar. You know?”
Experts have worried that prolonged exposure to online social media might fracture personalities leading to mild neurosis all the way up to full-blown psychotic personality disorders.
“So I was reading a local blog or something,” continued Ms. Doggins, “and they were talking about this women. Her name was Shelly or Moonash or something. I dunno. Anyhow, I began to think the story was about me.”