It feels like I've been typing for the last few days solid. Lots of people have mailed me mentioning another instance of FIA on a BBC webpage:
And its started turning up on other places beyond the reach of the BBC - at least beyond their direct reach:
Other odd bits and pieces have cropped up but I get the feeling that a lot of them are hoaxes or just coincidence. Like the Londonist has tied it into graffiti on random street corners which seems a bit far fetched but I'm not ruling anything out right now.
People have also said that I've been sending them mysterious emails, but I honestly havent - they didn't come from my email account, so theyre not from me. If it isn't @pauldenchfield.com, it isn't me.
So battling against all this foggy stuff has taken a lot of typing. My girlfriend is also getting quite narked off, but thats another story.
A big problem is that people think I'm part of whatever campaign 'frozen indigo angel' is about. I'm not. I got fired because of it. I don't know what its advertising, if its advertising anything - and its not a great campaign if nobody knows what its selling.
I just want to know what makes it so important that they'd fire me and risk all this bad publicity. If its advertising something, what is it? Did I get fired because I pointed it out too soon? I'm still none the wiser but there at least seems to be a pattern emerging and people are getting interested so maybe the BBC will take notice soon.