Frequently Asked Questions
Do I know who you are? Probably not. While X-er worked for the Institute for many years, he was never in the spotlight and never spoke at Knoxville.
Will you tell me who you are? No. X-er has followed a strict policy of anonymity and has declined to be identified.
Are you available? No. I'm happily married to X-ATI Girl.
Where are you at in life now? Living life. Making money. Enjoying my family.
Are you a Christian? Yes.
Did you enjoy working for the Institute? Yes. I enjoyed my friends, and there were men and women I admired a lot. Of course, there were some negatives.
Why did you start this site? The evil penguins inside my head told me to.
Can I post a comment without revealing my identity?
Yes. When you click on the "comment" link below each post, you are given two options. Existing Blogger users may sign in and comment. Or, you can choose to post anonymously, in which case you are not asked for any identifying information.
Do you mind if I swear like a sailor in my comments?
X-ATI Guy exists as a tribute to lively discussion and free speech. However, we value wit and clever articulation over a profusion of curses. A well-placed swear word may be the only way to express a particular idea, but a string of salty speech usually fails to evoke any humor. So use your own judgment. Of course, if you cross the line we'll just delete your comment.
Will you post my email if I send you something?
Story contributions to X-ATI Guy are encouraged and if it's funny enough we'll post it. We'll even give you credit by name or by attributing it to a "guest poster." Open letters to X-er are published, especially the entertaining ones, such as "Dear X-er, I think you will rot in hell for your sins." Of course, if you are sending a private email/rant, we will not publish it without your permission. Usually.