On my way to hockey last night, I made a quick stop at the Purolator depot to pick up a package they've been trying to deliver to me. It was a textbook from Oxford University Press entitled "Perspectives on Ideology". For the life of me last night, I couldn't figure out who sent it to me or why.
This morning, my wife cracked the case. She found a letter on page 376 from Oxford University Press that explained I'm quoted in this text book. Here's the letter:
I guess I gave permission at some point and totally forgot about it. I quickly jumped to page 376 and found myself quoted between an MP and Ayn Rand. Not bad...
The actual entry they printed can be found right here.
As @vinaymenon just pointed out, being quoted in a text book entitled Perspectives on Ideology makes me sound like a freedom fighter, and there's absolutely nothing wrong with that.