There’s no such thing as Internet anonymity, even on Twitter.
I don’t know how many people noticed this in my narrative, but Maxwell was identified because Twitter responded to a subpoena and gave his IP to the detective. A second subpoena to Blackberry identified the person who was using that IP.
That’s a story in itself. Twitter won’t check your identity, but police can find it if they need to.
Retailers shouldn’t always ask why you’re returning an item.
After we came home after the adoption surprise, we had several hundred dollars worth of baby supplies and clothes to return to retailers in Anderson and at the outlet mall in Commerce, GA. Anticipating that it might be too traumatic for my wife, I took that task on myself.
If you’re a clothing retailer, might I suggest that you not ask why someone is returning infant clothes. It’s hard enough to make the return; its even harder to have to explain why. I know there are other parents who have to give even sadder answers than I gave.
Don’t ask so that we don’t have to tell.
Target, they never ask. If you need to shop for baby clothes, Target is tops.