Looks like me, doesn't it?
That's my photo-- check the About tab at the top of this blog.
Those are my books-- check the Books tab at the top of this blog.
And that's my bio.
But it's not me. @fdelilahfa is a fake spam clone account that Twitter won't destroy until I *FAX* them a copy of my government-issued ID, which I can't do until I find a Delorean and some banana peels, because... fax.
I've asked my friends on Twitter and Facebook to report this fake account as spam, which will hopefully have it suspended. It *was* actually suspended for about ten minutes... but now it's back.
I don't believe it's a personal/creeper thing. I think it's a spam company trying to yoink a few followers and lure them with possibly-real nonsense so that it can one day turn into a Via6ra or raspberry ketone bilge-pumping machine.
But it's creepy as hell, and I don't like it a bit. My nonsense is lovingly crafted, dammit.
In any case, I can't believe that Twitter has such a technologically lame way of eradicating what's so obviously a spam account. So for now, I'll bombard it with reports and blocks and hope it dies under them like a Redshirt under a mound of tribbles.
Remember kids: @DelilahSDawson is the only place on Twitter for my particular brand of whimsical, sexy nonsense.
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