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By Seamus O'Sparks on October 10, 2016 — 2 mins read


We noticed you logged into Dropbox using Mobile Safari on iOS from United States* at 01:23 PM GMT-07:00.

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I noticed you notice this…I also noticed you thought, somehow, that someone (me/myself/I) had requested a password change(I did not). I won’t go into the details, but I noticed that somehow all of your noticing and security concerns resulted in the process of my trying to login to use my dropbox becoming a major pain in the ass. A major pain in the ass. I’m not keeping the nuclear codes or the secrets of life in my dropbox files…just some low-fi recordings of a stupid local band. I say stupid, we’re actually really good. Was it wrong of me to try and log on using my Mobile Safari on iOS from United States at 01:23 PM GMT-07:00.? I used to login from that device all the time and I never noticed you noticing me do that before. Has something between us changed? If so, I’d be most curious to know what kind of red flags I’ve raised. I’ll concede, I get a little rambunctious at times…but I wouldn’t think my drinking/ sexual performance issues would have reached your ears. And even if they did, I’m not sure that is any of your concern. No more than where I choose to login to my dropbox from, eh? In the interest of transparency, I frequently use my phone to listen to dropbox files. It’s really handy as I walk everywhere. I can’t drive thanks to a slight legal misunderstanding a few years back involving several pitchers of cheap beer, a Rod Stewart CD, and two rule crusted cops who took my swerving and throwing empty bottles of Mexican Coke out of the car window as some kind of “probable cause” to investigate. I don’t want to sound like I’m laying anything witchy on you, but many of the people involved with my case: (judge, legal counsel, jurors, etc…) have since expired. All from natural causes of course, but still… So, where does all of this leave us? Will you please loosen the screws on all this neurotic noticing and password resetting business? If you do, I promise to tone down my act, stop drinking hairspray, and wear my pants like a normal person. What do you say, do we have a deal?

Thanks for your sharp eye and understanding,


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The Story of Seamus

Seamus O'Sparks is the seventh son of a Seventh Day Adventist who went on a seven-day bender starting on July 7, 1977 at a strip club called Seventh Heaven at the corner of 7th St. and 7th Ave. in the West Village.