See, my Other and I had drastically differing views on our war. My Other wrote a dissenting letter to the Army Times (which they printed) that did quite well on google for searches on our name.
Clay Morrow might growl that "war, war is hell." But it's a very intimate Hell, and anyone who deploys is free to assemble their own views about the war. And I normally wouldn't fault any person who deployed for expressing their views. However, in this instance, my Other's views were conflicting with my own and we were both trading on the same name.
The situation forced me to write about my war a great deal more, filling up the Google results and hiding what could be seen as a conflicting opinion. My actions didn't go unnoticed, at least not by my Other's brother. We had a nice chat about it via email a decade or so ago.
Funny, I hadn't thought about this in ages. Nice job, Mike.