Proper Spelling of my Pseudonym

In the name of Johann Sebastian Bach, from which I derived my pseudonym, will people please learn the correct spelling of my name. I don’t know if Sebastion is a proper spelling in any language. I can at least accept Sebastard and maybe even Sebasturd (two insults combined into one, what’s not to like?), if you want to go there. But please, for the love of the Brandenburg Concertos, there’s no o in Sebastian!

10 thoughts on “Proper Spelling of my Pseudonym”

  1. It might be because people like Mikeb and others consider you to be a Bastion of knowledge and opinion on firearms policy and politics. It’s an inadvertent mistake, but also a compliment, to be sure!


  2. The simple explanation is that my fingers type the letter combination ion very frequently and I was just going too fast. I usually pick those things up upon rereading before posting.

    As I mentioned on my blog, Sebastian would be the last person I’d purposely mispell the name as a way of insulting, even if I did that kind of thing, which I don’t.

  3. That I can accept. I can’t type the word “custom” any more without thinking my way through it – the muscle memory is for typing “customer”.

  4. This must be your favorite movie then:

    Sebastian (1968)

    Codes were made to be broken. / Women were made to be loved. / Sebastian was made to do both!

    We can’t tell you what he does (it’s an international secret) but he does it with 100 girls… and does it the best!

    Nobody knows what he does… just that he has 100 girls to do it with!

    No secret is secret from Sebastian and his 100 gorgeous codebreakers

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