Why is this domain name www.jeremyschnee.com when all anyone cares about is M.Y.O.P.I.A.?
I created this site when I first got some of my fiction published and decided, wow, I was on my way…I was a writer. I consider myself a writer still, but I’d like for the site to feel a little more, useful. Part of the joy in writing is sharing and connecting with people. I often over-think and analyze stuff that may not need any analysis, but I do like sharing with people, and so M.Y.O.P.I.A. is an offshoot of my other fiction and nonfiction writing. Thank you for reading. I hope you enjoy the articles.
Did you know that your acronym stands for nearsightedness? Don’t you care if people with myopia seek out your website to help with their condition?
Yes, it took me a surprising amount of intense contemplation to come up with the acronym: My Yesteryear Opinionated and Probably Irrelevant Analysis, and some people might still say that acronym blows. As for whether I care, if people with myopia come to this site in need of eyesight help, then they most likely can’t see the computer in front of them anyhow and so they might as well come here as opposed to any of the other sites they can’t read.
You seem to mention Scott Baiao a lot. Do you have a crush on him or something?
That is probably the most ridiculous question someone could ever ask of anyone else.
Can I send you pictures of my cat in a cute outfit?
Sadly, no. I’m just not ready to make that kind of commitment yet.
I found a typo on your website and I’d like to make you feel stupid about it. How do I go about this?
Just click on the About Me/Contact Me page above and send your message on in.
How long do you plan to continue this M.Y.O.P.I.A. %#@$! anyhow?
I at the very least, have enough topics to write about to keep me going for a few years. The popularity of the articles might determine whether I keep going. If you enjoy the articles and aren’t just a relative or friend trying to be nice and pretend like you are reading them, then please share the posts on Facebook or Twitter. You can also become a follower on these sites and let me know that you’re eager to learn a bunch more inconsequential knowledge on random topics.
Why do you have an extra F in FAQs?
FFAQs stands for Fake Frequently Asked Questions, because in reality, this site has absolutely no need for a FAQs page. Thanks for reading.