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I'm posting this as sort of electronic "milk carton". A well known member of our community, G2Geek, hasn't been seen on the site in more than 5 weeks. Even for G2 that's a long time. Some kosmail attempts to reach him haven't turned up anything.
Now given what I know of G2 this could be "normal" behavior. But still, it's been a long gap and his comment history before he left gave no indication that he'd be gone for a long time. So while I'm not truly worrying about his state of being I'm somewhat concerned. Call it a 4 on 10 point scale of worry.
If anyone does know how to contact G2 in meatspace I hope you can reach him and let us know he's alright.
Do not, under any circumstances, try to contact G2Geek in the real world. Unless you know him personally it would be a form of "outing" and against the rules of the site and a violation of the trust G2 puts in all of us. Further, no wild speculating on his state, do not call the emergency people in his area. There is no reason to do this. This is just a friendly (and hopefully very brief) "How ya' doing?" post. Don't make it something it isn't. I and a few others miss G2 and that's all this is and should be.