Sorry guys, I have to tell you something. Some of you already know, the Captains and Father knew and I accidently let a few things slip so some of the rank and file know too, or at least have guessed. My mates from GX knew. My wife even knows. And Caitlin and Angus are a little confused. Thankfully, the blokes at work don't know. Anyway, when I first joined TOG a few months back I was uncertain how someone like me would be treated in a close knit society like TOG. Sure I knew you were (are) a great bunch of people, mature enough to handle things like this, but I was frightened you might take it the wrong way. Heck, I was worried some of you might even take advantage of me. I know it can get lonely in the trenches at night, what with the cold, the fog rolling in, the silent darkness punctuated by the ever present noises of battle. And I was worried too of what people in the wider BF1942 community over at GameArena might say and how they'd react if they found out. But I must say, after being here for only a short time I feel I can come out and make a small announcement about myself, that ultimately, you all might want to know. It means a lot to me, something that drills deep to the core of who I am. I know I can be myself here, because of who you are, and how accepting you all are. You just have to look at the warm welcome you give to new and different people to know just how liberal TOG is. Well. gulp. You know how I admire and respect Wayfarer? He is another GX bloke (who hasn't joined TOG; one of the few) and how he's a GameOp (and a darn good one) over at GameArena, and you probably noticed that I have made references to Way about what he told me about GA things? You may have even seen him in a server waving at his "friends" in TOG? Sometimes, I have joined a server with his nick by accident. We sort of "share" the same PC, so it's easy to make mistakes. And I think some people may have noticed this and started to wonder what was going on. Well, um, how do I put this? I supposed you have all guessed by now? Anyway, I felt you ought to know too, because the Ladder will probably start on Monday and we'll be working close together, in pressure situations, and things can get a bit close, and you might expect more from me, or be concerned about it all, and um just wanted to let you know that I am actually Wayfarer. LoneWife is my wife's nickname. See, it's not such a big thing, just a little something that caused me some consternation early on and I can think of no better way of...well...coming out clean! There. I have said it. Hate me, larf at me, call me a liar, but please stop TKing me!