A few months ago, the Globe ran an ad on its op-ed piece that had something to do with the way the feds are regulating fishermen out of Gloucester. BU prof John Carroll was curious who Gwilym McGrew, who signed the ad was, so he plugged his name into Google, natch, and what he found didn't seem to satisfy him.
Even on the Tubes, word travels slowly sometimes, but the mysterious Mr. McGrew eventually popped up and told Carroll to brush up on his search skills.
Geez man, my life is out there for all to see. Do some work if you want to know about me. Trust me, you will just find a gray haired old fat guy though.
I love how you make my efforts seem conspiratorial. Very funny. No, I was not on the grassy knoll either.
Also, he said he could teach BU students a thing or two about catch shares, which are at the center of whatever the whole issue is about.