There is something that 90% of us admit to doing, and the other 10% will lie about.
That, of course, is Googling yourself.
As an avid follower of myself, and everything I do, I look forward to a weekly Google Alert that tells me all about what I've been up to. Unfortunately, it also tells me about the doings (and mis-doings) of people with the same name, such as this one about "Magic Mike":
Another first for the Pine Tree Festival and Southeast Timber EXPO is the multi-talented and entertaining Magic Mike Gilliland and his sidekick, Lollipop the Clown. Mike Gilliland mixes magic, comedy, and more into his show and has been entertaining crowds since he was 8 years old. Gilliland gets help in his show from a rabbit, dove, and even a dog.
I think I first heard about Magic Mike's act in the movie, The Aristocrats.
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