Obviously, but then again what are the chances that you are realy Vero from Texas, I choose to belive it because it would seem ridiculous not to, and I feel the same way about what you people are doing to me, what you may not realise is that just because sombody is rich, it does not mean they will feel any diffrent if you accuse them of not being themself.
I hate to belabour this anymore, but there are in fact material differences. Â In a celebrity and wealth obsessed society, there is no obvious reason I would want to pretend to be a rather broke postdoctoral research fellow, a even poorer graduate or undergraduate student. Â Maybe I'd do so because I want to write a book about my experiences online as a postdoc? Â I can't think of anything better than that right now. Â There might be a little more allure to pretend we are doctors and lawyers and investment bankers, but even there, the motivations would be murky. On the other hand, there are obvious reasons (it would be great fun, for one thing) to pretend to be Sir Elton John, or Prince Charles, or George Michael ("Dear Style Forum: Â I am George Michael... and I am not really gay. Â Just a metrosexual") or David Beckham ("Dear George Michael: same here) or even Lakshmi Mittal, online. Â You therefore have to give people a little more latitude for skepticism if you introduce yourselves as one of those. Â If someone phoned me and told me he was Axel Rose, I'd think that I was probably going to be on an upcoming episode of the Jerky Boys.