LOL.. the useless pastoral counselor would be so sorry he ever met me - but
is that, by any chance a she? And is she hot? If so I am totally in baby.


On Sun, Apr 7, 2013 at 4:53 AM, Share Long <sharelon...@yahoo.com> wrote:

> **
>
>
> dear Ravi, would you like to share my appt this afternoon with my pastoral
> counselor?  love, BirchyShare
>
>
>   ------------------------------
> *From:* Ravi Chivukula <chivukula.r...@gmail.com>
> *To:* "FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com" <FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com>
> *Sent:* Sunday, April 7, 2013 5:56 AM
> *Subject:* Re: [FairfieldLife] Re: HITLER'S VALENTINE
>
>
> An awesome display of grace, poise, honesty and integrity dear Judy -
> while being under this nauseating attack by the forces of deception,
> manipulation viz His Holiness Curtis; idiocy viz Steve, laughinggull,
> feste; inauthentic, passive aggressive, vindictive, neurotic birches viz
> Share, platitude puking Gurus viz Guru Xeno and the pure, unadulterated
> stench of His Filthiness King Baby Barry.
>
> Love,
> Ravi
>
>
> On Sat, Apr 6, 2013 at 12:15 PM, curtisdeltablues <
> curtisdeltabl...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> **
>
>  There is a secret under all your bluff and bluster Judy.
>
> This is why you have to derail all conversations into idiotic word parsing
> like this beyond all reason. You can't follow conversations here with any
> depth.
>
> It is why you are eager to engage people about the details of what Robin
> said about his enlightenment by cutting and pasting, but you never tried to
> engage in a conversation about the problems with his epistemology.
>
> So here you are once again trying so desperately to get a pat on the head
> for your blindly following his misunderstanding into the ground.
>
> Come on Robin, she is willing to show up as a complete idiot for you.
>
> And here we come to a problem with no solution.
>
> He knows your secret too.
>
>
> --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "authfriend" <authfriend@...> wrote:
> >
> > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, laughinggull108 <no_reply@> wrote:
> > >
> > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "authfriend" <authfriend@>
> wrote:
> > > >
> > > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "curtisdeltablues"
> <curtisdeltablues@> wrote:
> > > > >
> > > > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, laughinggull108 <no_reply@>
> wrote:
> > (snip)
> > > > > > FWIW Curtis, this was my understanding when I first read
> > > > > > your response of "...from the outset" as being the *current*
> > > > > > exchange...not going back to the beginning. It surprises me
> > > > > > that Robin, in his response, doesn't seem to understand this,
> > > > > > but at least he's consistent...or maybe he's being ironic
> > > > > > (disingenuous smiley face).
> > > >
> > > > FWIW, when I read Curtis's response, I also thought he meant
> > > > going back to the beginning (this was before I'd read Robin's
> > > > reply saying the same thing).
> > >
> > > on┬Ěset
> > > noun
> > > 1. a beginning or start: the onset of winter.
> > > 2. an assault or attack: an onset of the enemy.
> >
> > Actually the word you used was "outset," not "onset."
> >
> > "Outset" can't be used in your sense #2 for "onset"
> > above. "Outset" just means "beginning" or "start."
> >
> > But you knew that.
> >
> > Since you have no substantive comments, let alone any
> > refutations, of any of the case I made, there's
> > nothing else in this post for me to respond to,
> > thankfully.
> >
> > Stevie and laughinggull and possibly even feste will
> > no doubt find your rejoinder brilliant, however, so
> > it will have been worth your time.
> >
> > *plonk*
> >
> >
> >
> > >
> > > please continue...
> > >
> > > [snip]
> > >
> > > > My experience of you, Curtis, has been that you are
> > > > consistently dishonest. You're usually quite subtle about
> > > > it, such that only the person you're being dishonest *with*
> > > > is likely to be able to spot it.
> > > >
> > > > "From the outset" is a very peculiar way to refer to the
> > > > most recent in a long series of exchanges. The most obvious
> > > > understanding would be that you meant from the outset of
> > > > the series. The idea that "From the outset" meant the most
> > > > recent seems to me to be the twisted one.
> > > >
> > > > I think if you had meant the most recent one you would
> > > > have indicated this, e.g., "From the outset of your most
> > > > recent exchange with Share..."
> > > >
> > > > That you claim to be unable to understand how anyone could
> > > > have assumed you did not mean the most recent exchange says
> > > > to me that you are being disingenuous, at the very least
> > > > about how "obvious" it was that you did mean the most recent.
> > > > It was not at all obvious, it was ambiguous. And you being a
> > > > wordsmith of sorts should have been able to easily recognize
> > > > the potential for misunderstanding.
> > > >
> > > > If that's what it was. I think you are actually trying to
> > > > backpedal from a mistake.
> > > >
> > > > You were not here, after all, when Robin and Share began
> > > > their conversations, which were indeed extremely friendly.
> > > >
> > > > You returned to FFL after a longish absence several weeks
> > > > later, just in time to see Share turn on Robin based on
> > > > her misunderstanding of something he had said to her.
> > > >
> > > > You leaped into their conflict without knowing how Share
> > > > had misrepresented the situation, having seen an
> > > > opportunity to attack Robin by supporting Share. You
> > > > claimed he had been deliberately setting her up for a
> > > > confrontation, an idea she eagerly picked up on. It made
> > > > an appearance later on in her unconscionable claim that
> > > > she had been "psychologically raped" by Robin.
> > > >
> > > > I believe that's what you were remembering, and why you
> > > > assumed Robin's "mission" with Share had never been
> > > > friendly.
> > > >
> > > > That conflict, not incidentally, hardly exemplified the
> > > > "interactions with the intention to understand" you go
> > > > on here to tout, on either Share's part or your own. Your
> > > > present insistence on the "obviousness" of your meaning
> > > > for "From the outset..." is another example of the lack
> > > > of intention to understand on your part.
> > > >
> > > > And then there's the interesting fact of the rest of that
> > > > paragraph:
> > > >
> > > > "From the outset your mission with Share has been unfriendly
> > > > and she has done a pretty good job of handling herself
> > > > considering that you are just letting her have it with both
> > > > barrels about herself, uninvited. It reminds me of our
> > > > conversations which followed the same arc, although I at
> > > > lest got some flowers and chocolates at the door before the
> > > > assault."
> > > >
> > > > "Flowers and chocolates at the door" does not refer to your
> > > > current exchange with Robin. What you were reminded of by
> > > > Robin's exchanges with Share was your early conversations
> > > > with him. One more reason to suspect that by "From the
> > > > outset" you meant from his early exchanges with her--except
> > > > that you weren't aware of the "flowers and chocolates" she
> > > > had received from him, hence your phrase "at le[a]st."
> > > >
> > > > Your walkback here is only marginally plausible. You should,
> > > > as Robin says, have just copped to making a mistake. That
> > > > would have been no big deal.
> > >
> > > http://youtu.be/3_I8RCUpe-c (as in 5, 18, and/or 20 below)
> > >
> > > verb (used with object)
> > > 1. to combine, as two or more strands or threads, by winding together;
> intertwine.
> > > 2. to form by or as if by winding strands together: Several fibers
> were used to twist the rope.
> > > 3. to entwine (one thing) with another; interlace (something) with
> something else; interweave; plait.
> > > 4. to wind or coil (something) about something else; encircle;
> entwine; wreathe.
> > > 5. to alter in shape, as by turning the ends in opposite directions,
> so that parts previously in the same straight line and plane are located in
> a spiral curve: The sculptor twisted the form into an arabesque. He twisted
> his body around to look behind him.
> > >
> > > verb (used without object)
> > > 16. to be or become intertwined.
> > > 17. to wind or twine about something.
> > > 18. to writhe or squirm.
> > > 19. to take a spiral form or course; wind, curve, or bend.
> > > 20. to turn or rotate, as on an axis; revolve, as about something;
> spin.
> > >
> > > please continue...
> > >
> > > > Finally, in Robin's current exchange with Share, his
> > > > remarks about her avoidance of reality were (of course!)
> > > > "uninvited"--but they were, as you know, by no means
> > > > *unprovoked*.
> > > >
> > > > Speaking of inadvertent irony:
> > > >
> > > > > But I am seeing it all as more formulaic than genuine
> > > > > interaction. Judy runs the exact same DLL program. It
> > > > > is the exact opposite of interactions with the intention
> > > > > to understand.
> > > >
> > > > Robin has your modus operandi nailed, Curtis. When conflict
> > > > is involved, your intention--your formula--is to *prevent*
> > > > "genuine interaction" and proclaim CurtisTruth by fiat.
> > >
> > > Brown tears leaving streaks,
> > > She uses toilet paper
> > > in lieu of tissue.
> > >
> > > (deep bow to thunderous applause from appreciative audience)
> > >
> >
>
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