On March 18 2012 15:01 travis wrote: if u know someone's name it's generally not that difficult to find them these days
I have actually tried this.
She doesn't have Facebook or MySpace. I looked up her name, and got some vague links to someone, but labelled as a male so I'm not sure (from what I remember, I think she would probably have done that to obscure herself). She was not a very open person, so it makes sense she is so hidden.
Eventually I started to feel like a stalker and stopped looking.
No, travis is right. A name, and an old adress, and you can track pretty much anyone down. I know I used to work as a skiptracer. Any info is helpful, but basic info will get ya what you are probably looking for,
I do have her full name, and there is very little I could gather about about her just through Google. Anything further I found costs a bit of money and I can't really afford it at the time. If I'm missing something then I just am not looking hard enough, but her full name yields only someone in another state that I think could be her but it isn't detailed enough. I have done more research than travis gave me credit for, and it makes me feel uncomfortable digging any deeper.
Also, she has no Facebook or MySpace. I've tried. Her father has one, but there is no trace to her. She simply never took the time or is using a name other than her real one. After some responses on this blog I considered asking her father about her whereabouts, but I never met the man so it's going to be a bit of an interesting conversation.
On March 18 2012 16:55 Itsmedudeman wrote: That's sad. Reminds me of the movie 5 cm per second. Seeing as how you like anime you should DEFINITELY watch this if you haven't. But you do get reminded that you're different now, she's also much different, and you've lead different lives by this point in time and that it's probably best to move on rather than expect something out of a fairy tale.
Not saying it would be bad if you found her, but just don't expect her to be as you remembered. I stopped hanging out with some friends from middle school but still got to see them around in high school and very few of them remained the same way they were when I used to hang out with them.
Honestly if I saw her again, I really just want to say that I was sorry and be done with it. She probably has a boyfriend (or became a lesbian, who knows) and is on a totally different path. She may hate me or could have even forgotten me. But it's just a regret that I would want to take care of and leave it at that. I don't expect her to be like I remember, she's probably normalized a bit.