--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "salyavin808" wrote: > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "authfriend" wrote: > > > > Since I'm obviously one of the people Barry is libeling with > > the term "cyberstalker," > > I can remember when you used to work out what time Barry made > his first post of the day, you'd then triumphantly post this fact > as though it proved some point. Dead creepy behaviour, kind of > worrying you don't have the self-awareness to realise it. Maybe > Carol shouldn't take your analyses at face value?
Hmmmmmmm...besides the tracking of what time I get up in the morning, what *else* might indicate that Judy is a...uh...bit of a cyberstalker? Let's see... Oh, I've got it. In her 7.7 years on Fairfield Life, Judy has made around 22,600 posts, an average of over eight posts a day. Of those posts, the number that contain either "Barry" or "Turq" or "TurquoiseB," meaning that she was either talking about me or replying to something I posted or replying to something that someone else posted about me was 7,626 posts. That means that she's spent 33.74% of her entire history of posts on FFL obsessing about me. Nope...certainly no evidence of stalking there, eh? :-) > But Carol is a bit creepy too, she turns up here simply to > rubbish someone who isn't around to defend themselves to a > bunch of people with - what? a presumed shared dislike of > TM? Is that what this is about, TM gets criticised here and > J Knapp does some criticising too so therefore there must > be something deficient with TM critics? Or does she assume > we are all good mates and is trying to drive a presumed > wedge between anyone who might have TM-free sympathies? > > Whatever it is, it doesn't come across as a public service > announcement, more like some revenge fantasy. The only thing > that's obvious is that she needs more therapy to work out > why she behaves in this peculiar way. I fear that getting > Judy on her side will only entrench it, you don't find > healthy closure from someone who has to work out what time > her "enemies" get out of bed in the morning when they live > on the other side of the atlantic.