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January 24, 2007

Sometimes I Google my own name. I do this because I am a shallow person. And I've discovered that operatives working for the Prudential Beazley Real Estate Company in Georgia have managed to manipulate the website for one of their housing developments to the top of Google search results for "Woodlief."

I don't know whether to be offended that they have usurped my rightful position as the most popular Woodlief on the Internet, or flattered that they chose to name their cluster of distinctive yet strikingly identical homes after me. For the record, however, since I am not currently being compensated by the Prudential Beazley Real Estate Company, I'd like to stipulate that the Woodlief housing development in Evans, Georgia is not endorsed by Tony Woodlief or Sand in the Gears.

And for all of you other would-be real estate moguls out there, I am in fact open for business. I will be happy to endorse your properties, homes, condominiums, duplexes, and/or assisted living facilities, for a reasonable fee. I'm not cheap, mind you, but I am running a special this month.

Posted by Woodlief on January 24, 2007 at 04:44 PM