--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Share Long <sharelong60@...> wrote:
>
> Ravi said to share:  I think you, Xeno, seeklib, Barry, Steve should form 
> your own list.  Share replies LOL:  FFL folks, how long would Ravi last on 
> a group where he didn't have someone to rant against?  And an audience to 
> rant for?  Exactly!
> Here's a little vignette to express this another way.
> 
> 
> Ravi goes up to a Rainbow and says to Purple:
> 
> Ravi to Purple:  You're not Orange.
> Purple:  Very good Ravi.  You get a gold star today.
> Ravi:  FUCK GOLD STARS!  YOU'RE NOT ORANGE!  
> Purple:  Sounds like you prefer Orange.
> Ravi:  FUCK PREFER!  YOU'RE NOT ORANGE.
> Purple:  Duh, then go look at orange, why don't you, there's a good chap.
> Ravi throwing tantrum on floor:  I want Orange.  They should ALL be 
> Orange.  FUCK RAINBOWS!

Why Share, thank you for that. That little vignette was the most real I have 
ever experienced you to be. In fact, it was a little bit scary.
> 
>   
> 
> 
> ________________________________
>  From: seventhray27 <steve.sundur@...>
> To: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com 
> Sent: Monday, March 11, 2013 8:49 AM
> Subject: [FairfieldLife] Re: Same old, same old
>  
> 
>   
> Ravi, ferchrissakes, think about your meeting.  Forget about this place for 
> a few minutes.  Do some deep breathing, some knee bends.  Find a soft and 
> soothing bhajan.  Practice your opening line.
> 
> Come on dude.  Priorities!!
> 
> --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Ravi Chivukula <chivukula.ravi@> wrote:
> >
> > Oh seeklib - you are a fucking saint dude - where the fuck have you have 
> > been while we mediocre minds were going batshit crazy. Have you ever met 
> > Xeno - I have a feeling you two idiots will totally love each other.
> > 
> > 
> > On Mar 11, 2013, at 3:56 AM, "seekliberation" seekliberation@ wrote:
> > 
> > > Regarding 'same old, same old', I can't say i've seen much over the last 
> > > several years that doesn't fall into that category. I will say however, 
> > > the last 2 days of looking at posts has been somewhat atrocious. Rather 
> > > than being a deep discussion about some philisophical point, it turned 
> > > into a ridiculous game of ping-pong. But then again, nothing can be great 
> > > all the time. There will always be dull moments, exciting moments, and 
> > > mediocre moments in anything. FFL is certainly no exception, and 
> > > therefore nothing to really complain about. 
> > > 
> > > seekliberation
> > > 
> > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, turquoiseb no_reply@ wrote:
> > > >
> > > > I find it difficult to believe that anyone can see the
> > > > events of the last few days on FFL as anything other than
> > > > the same people repeating the same things they've done 
> > > > for years.
> > > > 
> > > > First, Judy attempts to lure Curtis into one of her long,
> > > > "I win by definition" arguments by *appearing* to ask 
> > > > reasonable questions. Then Curtis falls for it, and tries
> > > > his best to address her questions, while respecting the
> > > > fact that she sees things that way, given her near-absolute
> > > > lack of experience within the TMO, and that she is trying 
> > > > her best to pretend that the reality of the TMO and the 
> > > > things it teaches are the same as that presented in the 
> > > > intro lectures.
> > > > 
> > > > As *everyone* here expected, within a couple of posts Judy
> > > > was back to name-calling. That WAS the whole purpose of her
> > > > questions in the first place, after all, to open up an
> > > > opportunity for her to yell at one of her long-term enemies
> > > > and attempt to get other people to do the same. And sure
> > > > enough, her cohorts in idiocy did just that, with Ann, Ravi,
> > > > and Jim piling on to diss not only Curtis, but *anyone* who
> > > > found what he said accurate, or even interesting. 
> > > > 
> > > > WHY do people keep falling for this shit? You KNOW what is
> > > > going to happen if you interact with Judy Stein? You KNOW
> > > > that within a couple of "pretend nice" posts she'll have 
> > > > turned it into another of her bat-shit-crazy demonization 
> > > > sessions. WHY do you even bother to get involved? 
> > > > 
> > > > The woman is not worth pissing on, much less conversing
> > > > with. ANYONE here, including Steve, myself, and anyone with
> > > > half a brain and a memory, KNEW what was going to happen
> > > > the moment that Curtis took the bait. And, of course, 
> > > > it did. 
> > > > 
> > > > The amazing part to me is that people who actually WERE 
> > > > part of the TMO, and got involved with it past the point
> > > > of the duplicitous intro lectures, bother to try to argue
> > > > things with a couple of people who never did. (Jim and 
> > > > Judy) THEY never had any experience of what was *really*
> > > > taught to TM teachers, and of the pressures put on them
> > > > to make sacrifices and ignore other responsibilities to
> > > > be "full-time" and to "go on the Next Course, the one 
> > > > that will finally work for you." Neither of them cared
> > > > enough about Maharishi and his teachings to ever even
> > > > try to MEET Maharishi, ferchrissakes. EVERYTHING they
> > > > say is based on taped lectures or stuff they've read;
> > > > NOTHING based on rubber-meets-the-road experience within
> > > > the organization they're so desperate to defend, at the
> > > > peon level, the level of student that Maharishi didn't
> > > > even bother to try to rip off and indoctrinate...unless
> > > > they were rich, of course. 
> > > > 
> > > > So what they do is parrot the things that *they* heard,
> > > > in the intro lectures and the few short courses they did
> > > > manage to show up for, and pretend that this is "how TM
> > > > was really taught." That's total BULLSHIT, and I'm aghast
> > > > that people keep falling for it. 
> > > > 
> > > > Please, people, LEARN from this and "avoid the pain that
> > > > has not yet come" next time. The *next* time Judy tries
> > > > to lure one of you into her endless arguments, recognize
> > > > in advance that all she is doing is trying to set up yet 
> > > > another opportunity to yell at someone. That's ALL she 
> > > > has, and ALL that she lives for. She's the Internet 
> > > > counterpart of a shopping cart lady, cruising the streets 
> > > > looking deperately for someone -- ANYONE -- to scream at. 
> > > > Do what smart passersby learn to do with such bag ladies, 
> > > > and IGNORE HER DEMENTED ASS.
> > > >
> > > 
> > >
> >
>


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