Wazzap TBOT dudes and dudettes! I've been thinking about the rise of the internet and its impact on our zany species of barely evolved ape-men. For many of us among my generation, the Internet was a brand new playground that us kids jumped into without a second glance. I started dicking around with the internet casually when I was still in grade school. Even though us kids didn't have a clue as to the repercussions of our actions, most of us embraced self exposition without a second thought. As a result, most of my childhood has been thoroughly documented in chatroom servers and social media sites. All the cringiness, self incriminating evidence, and things better left forgotten are searchable. Hell, even this very website has way more of my past on it than I'm comfortable with (I joined as a teeneager and posted way too much on here). Now, I'm not famous, so the chances of this being a personal problem are slim, but still. Who knows what unforseen consequences may result of baby IconBasser's past being public. Do any of you guys who have been around the block online for the last 20-40 years or so feel the same way?