Ended their relationship? Say it isn’t so!

by Lee Hopkins on July 24, 2007 · 2 comments

in miscellaneous

Two of my favourite Canadians, Douglas Johnston and his wife Jennifer Pohl have, according to Doug’s Facebook entry, ended their relationship.

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Say it isn’t so, guys!!!!

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE let this be the sort of mistake that Loic Le Meur and Doreen Caravajal found so amusing yesterday.

  • http://www.spaceabovethecouch.com/ jp

    Just posted this on my facebook wall:

    So I just got this email from Doug titled “so it’s already hit the blog circuit”: http://leehopkins.net/2007/07/24/ended-their-relationship-say-it-isnt-so/

    *sniff*

    dj

    See what happens when you don’t fill out your profile! I’m impressed Lee managed to capture the image in the length of time it took Doug to say “Oh look at the little broken heart!” The thing is with diyplanner.com getting some 60,000 hits a day and being featured in everything from Fortune, to the Boston Globe and the washington post, now a facebook network starting, and the Sherlock Site about to become a major community site Doug get hundreds of requests for people to join his facebook and networks, and I wanted to protect my family and friends by keeping down some of the potential traffic flow via a prominent link at the top of his page. Till now I’m managed to keep email time down by not making my address public on my blog. Doug is playing it for all it’s worth though. He keeps saying “You broke my heart!

  • http://www.spaceabovethecouch.com jp

    Just posted this on my facebook wall:

    So I just got this email from Doug titled “so it’s already hit the blog circuit”: http://leehopkins.net/2007/07/24/ended-their-relationship-say-it-isnt-so/

    *sniff*

    dj

    See what happens when you don’t fill out your profile! I’m impressed Lee managed to capture the image in the length of time it took Doug to say “Oh look at the little broken heart!” The thing is with diyplanner.com getting some 60,000 hits a day and being featured in everything from Fortune, to the Boston Globe and the washington post, now a facebook network starting, and the Sherlock Site about to become a major community site Doug get hundreds of requests for people to join his facebook and networks, and I wanted to protect my family and friends by keeping down some of the potential traffic flow via a prominent link at the top of his page. Till now I’m managed to keep email time down by not making my address public on my blog. Doug is playing it for all it’s worth though. He keeps saying “You broke my heart!

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