Tone Parsons

Will the real Tone Parsons please stand up?

I’ve been having a problem recently… there’s another Tone Parsons in town. Every place I go, I have issues. He’s replacing my information with his own.

A few weeks ago, I pre-ordered a few copies of Battlefield 2142 and his information (address and phone number) had overwritten mine in their database (they fixed it). Today, I dropped my car off at the shop and sure enough… the other Tone Parsons had been there too.


Here’s what I know about the other Tone Parsons so far:

  • He plays computer games
  • He gets his car worked on at the same place I do
  • He doesn’t pay his power bill (that was fun getting straightened out)
  • He’s younger than I am
  • He’s black (I’m white)

Today though, I got his phone number. I’m thinking the two of us need to get together over a beer and discuss who own’s the name. Since I’m older (I know this for a fact… I ran into someone who went to high school with him… and they’re about 15 years younger than I am), I feel that the name should belong to me.

So here we go… The name Tone Parsons © by me, 1966 – 2006. All rights reserved.


3 Comments so far

  1. moe flam September 20th, 2006 9:02 am

    Its easy: Changing your name to a symbol would straighten this all out.

  2. Lady Vangaard September 20th, 2006 1:11 pm

    Well, what in the hell is this other guy thinking?? EVERYONE knows that you are the one, the only, the original!

  3. Dad September 20th, 2006 7:28 pm

    That all sounds like too damned much coincidence. Until you get all the facts you should approach the situation as tho you are the victim of identity theft. Run a credit report on yourself as the first step and then find out where the guy lives and works. If all else fails, go back to being “pimpdaddy”.