Some of you have questioned my "secretiveness" as to my place of employment. On today's local news was the story of a construction worker who died on a major construction site here in Las Vegas. Here's the newspaper article. http://www.lvrj.com/news/10284917.html My point of the story is that there were 4200 workers on the site at the time, and the site was evacuated. On his way out, one of the workers stopped to answer a reporter's questions. The worker's credentials were immediately confiscated. Although the TV News did not say anything further, I can guarantee the employee was separated from his employer. I'm sure his employer was a sub-contractor, as any employee of the General Contractor should know better. Even employees of subs of subs are required to sign a document stating they will not speak with the press or disclose private information. Some of the demand for secrecy can be tied to Martha Stewart's insider trading scandal, as most are publicly traded companies. So please respect, if not my privacy, the privacy of my employer. I don't wish to be terminated, nor to spend time in a women's minimum security prison in West Virginia. Does anyone else out there NOT want to tell us where he/she works?