Sorry, No help for you today. I make retards so they may be eternally confused.
Absolutely, God --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Ravi Chivukula <chivukula.ravi@...> wrote: > > Thursday, May 2nd > > Dear Diary, > > God I feel so pathetic. > > I really love Share and Curtis, I don't know why - I guess I took a fancy > to them. Is this my fault? My naivete and loyalty? In retrospect I should > never have. > > It's painful to watch Ravi insult with so much creativity and intelligence. > That guy looks so cool - always relaxed, blissed out - yet to what to make > of his insults? God it hurts - it creates so much discomfort. > > It makes me lash out. I have tried my best, by coming up with seemingly > good motivations for his behavior. He then completely deconstructs them and > I haven't had a answer. > > He also posted on how my posts are so careless, friolous and reactive - I > had no answer. He said how my strength was quick, short, witty posts and > the only reason I was funny in the past was because then I had no agenda of > supporting anyone - that was so true. > > He detailed the Share Long Paradigm, the one of 5 P's, he een called her a > vile, vindictive bitch, now he calls her a psychological rapist/sadist - I > had no answer for it. > > He goes after my hero Curtis mocking him as the self-righteous, dishonest, > deceptive - the master of 7 layered deception. I don't have anything > intelligent to counter it. > > I think I'm really a hoot. My behavior towards him is like a dog that loves > to hump whatever leg may be in its vicinity. I feel helpless - god help me. > > Oh wait a second - forget all this. I think have a beautiful idea. > > > > On Thu, May 2, 2013 at 4:46 PM, seventhray27 <steve.sundur@...> wrote: > > > ** > > > > > > Hey, you know it sort of pains me to be negative on my last post of the > > week. Share, you realize of course that this particular disagreement (with > > Judy at least) has no end in sight. But having said that, I will let loose > > of a couple thoughts that have been brewing, deal with the fallout, and then > > move on (hopefully). > > > > Ann, I wanted to commend you on your fine sense of humor. Having Steve, > > Share and Barry provide the "whine" for the grand celebration dinner was > > indeed a humorous barb. Although I must say that I think comedic > > contributions are your strength. Embracing accountability for what you > > write, and grasping the difference between ideas and real life, not so > > much. But you know that I love you. > > > > Emily, truly you are a gracious person,and you have always been gracious > > towards me. I really appreciate that. I may find myself at odds with > > many of your observations, but I think you are a remarkable woman and you > > often surprise me. I could listen for a long time to some of your early > > adventures living as a homeless person and such. Talk about living on the > > edge. > > > > > > > > Ravi, as always, you are *such a hoot. *You remind me nothing so much as > > a dog that loves to hump whatever leg may be in its vicinity. Someone > > misuses a word, and you go ahumpin'. Any post from Share or Curtis, or > > Barry , or, or, or, (fill in the blank, although most every male) and you > > go ahumpin'. It's always fun to watch, so thank you for that. > > > > > > > > Judy! Talk about "Skewered Curtis"! My God, does someone have it > > backwards! But thank you for your posts, because even if I don't read them > > the first go around, (which I don't), I certainly always enjoy Curtis' > > replies. And yes, I concur with Curtis' evaluation that Robin is onboard > > with that opinion, about who is getting skewered, (and it ain't Curtis). > > > > > > > > Anyway, my beloved Fairfield Life buddies. Just wanted to give this > > friendly send off as my last post of the week. > > > > > > > > I'm off to the hockey game to see if our Blues can notch another win > > against the Stanley Cup Champions. > > > > > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "authfriend" wrote: > > > > > > > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Share Long sharelong60@ wrote: > > > > > > > > As for my intentions and heart, I'll let my words from > > > > Sept 6 and 9 speak for themselves. > > > > > > They already have, unfortunately for you. > > > > > > > That Robin then chose to bring our upset back onto FFL > > > > still baffles me. > > > > > > It shouldn't have, given that he explained it to you > > > very thoroughly. Tomorrow I'll post what he said. Then > > > I'll post your response, and everyone will see yet > > > another demonstration of how well you deal with reality. > > > > > > That OK with you, Share? Think that'll be fun? > > > > > > > Perhaps little fish enjoys, a bit too indulgently, > > > > flapping his gills and watching > > > > the resultant waves crashing. > > > > > > Or perhaps the piranha likes to project her own > > > unpleasant tendencies on her intended victims. > > > > > > > As for Emily's posts, I don't see a lot of heart in > > > > them, especially when she wrote within a very > > > > belligerent post: you think you have 30 good years > > > > left? Think again. You might not have tomorrow... > > > > > > Oooooh, she's a-comin' to getcha, Share! Lock your > > > door, keep your head down and your cell phone charged > > > so you can call 911 when she shows up. How vicious and > > > violent of her to suggest that you, along with the rest > > > of us, aren't guaranteed another *hour*, let alone 30 > > > years. > > > > > > What we keep forgetting is that nobody on FFL has > > > *legitimate* feelings but Share. > > > > > > > And also still mired in Robin Fundamentalism, of course > > > > Judy's not buying it. But what she's really afraid to > > > > even go into the store about, is the possibility that > > > > Robin made mistakes too and was also at fault. > > > > > > Judy has been through that store with a fine-toothed comb > > > and a microscope and has reported the manufacturer of the > > > products on the shelves to the authorities for false > > > advertising and counterfeiting, as well as unsanitary > > > conditions. (You would not believe the *smell* in that > > > store. I think it's from the rotten hypocrisy, although > > > there's so many different kinds of festering toxic waste > > > in there it's hard to tell.) > > > > > > So you've got free shots at me, Share, until tomorrow night. > > > Go to it, snookums. See how much more garbage you can come > > > up with between now and then. > > > > > > > > > >