--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, doctordumbass@... wrote: > > Who said I don't have an opinion on these things? WTF? I'm just done, after > one, two or three decades, rehashing this stuff. It happened. Lots of bad > shit happens in the world, every day. Much worse than the self-centered crap > you keep wallowing in. If you want to get upset, get upset over all the > random death for resources that continues globally, the pedophile epidemic, > all the animals that get discarded as pets and killed - This being Kali Yuga, > there is a lot of stuff going on NOW to be concerned about. Going over some > bad experiences you had at the hands of unethical and stupid people so many > years ago, and having me put my opinions in, is way, way, way, way down there > on my list of CURRENT priorities. Got it?
Really, wow. You mean the world didn't end in 1999? I'm shocked, maybe those things I read about in the news are actually happening. I had assumed it was all a video game. > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "salyavin808" wrote: > > > > > > > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, doctordumbass@ wrote: > > > > > > "I shall put you in with Nabby and Dumbass as not understanding your > > > motives." > > > > > > Sal, I'll make my "motive" E-Zee P-Zee for you, regarding rehashing these > > > historical events: > > > > > > 10 years = 3,650 days = 87,600 hours. > > > 20 years = 7,300 days = 175,200 hours. > > > 30 years = 10,950 days = 262,800 hours. > > > > > > I have had plenty of time to think about, and fully resolve, any > > > questions, issues, experiences, and memories of my TM days. How much more > > > time do you and Mike and Barry, etc. need???? I'm starting to feel > > > embarrassed for you guys.:-( > > > > It's actually surreal to me that you don't get the point > > about motives. The conversation isn't about "getting over" > > things it's about what happened (that MJ didn't know about) > > and why other people who witnessed it didn't react in a normal > > way. > > > > We are talking about about cultish methods of issue avoidance > > like Nabby's "I never saw anything like it so you must be > > lying" or Judy's "I wouldn't be annoyed that someone tried > > to rip me off $50,000 for something that couldn't happen > > because I don't have $50,000". > > > > There is something other than you having "got over" the TMO > > going on here. I suspect a fear of rocking the boat or not > > questioning the master plays a big part. Somebody trying to > > rip me off doesn't become a good thing over time, I don't > > forget who my friends are and crooks I don't count among them. > > > > The idea that you "resolve" things and then you cease to have > > an opinion on them sounds rather artificial to me. > > >