Its cool, Steve. No longer worth pursuing, on my end. I will, however, continue to treat Barry as if he is eternal and universal, no matter what that may look like to you, or others.
--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "seventhray27" <steve.sundur@...> wrote: > > I'm sorry Jim, I just don't follow you. > I mean your dislike of Barry is either 8 out of 10 or 10 out of 10. I > usually don't comment until it gets above 8 out of 10. Sort of like > Ravi, (and Judy for that matter), who seem astounded at the lows to > which Barry can touch each week on a daily basis. > I wonder those feelings you (all) harbor would look like on an astral > basis. I don't think it would be pretty. > And yes, you have a funny way of "clearing the air". > I mean this latest tirade all began from a third party's observation of > some of schisms in the TMO, including the Robin episode. > Why that caused such severe reaction, I don't know. > And yes, it is called "shooting the messenger". > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, doctordumbass@ wrote: > > > > "But Jim, feeling a little more peeved than usual at Barry about > something, felt the need to chime in with an "Amen"." > > > > Completely off the mark, Steve. I was merely trying to clear the air. > > > > I am curious why you keep harping on this boundary crossing of mine. > > I cannot help but ask you, now that Barry has dragged the general > discourse of this place into the sewer, why didn't you smell something > sooner? I say something, everyone wakes up, and says shit like, "Yeah we > have become used to the pervasive stench of Barry's negativity, but you > emulating it, Jim, is unacceptable!". > > > > Talk about shooting the messenger. That's fucked up, Steve. > > > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "seventhray27" steve.sundur@ > wrote: > > > > > > > > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "Ann" wrote: > > > > > > > Get the timeline and the events here straight Steve. Go back and > have > > > a look. Read what Barry has had to say about Jim and Jim's brother > now > > > and many posts ago and then draw some reasonable conclusions. Figure > out > > > which bandwagon you want to leap on before you do so. > > > > > > Richard Williams feels the need to bring up an incident between > Barry > > > and brother. Probably an incident Barry brought up in a context > some > > > time ago where it was pertinent to the discussion. > > > My reaction to Richard bringing it up, obviously as a bait of some > kind > > > was, "Forgive him Father, he doesn't know what the hell he is doing" > > > That is the reaction I have to much of what Richard posts. > > > But Jim, feeling a little more peeved than usual at Barry about > > > something, felt the need to chime in with an "Amen". > > > I felt the timing of Jim's "Amen" was insensitive, and I said > something. > > > At some point in the discussion everyone's brother got brought into > the > > > fray in a rather hurtful way. > > > No really sure how else to really parcel out the blame. > > > > > >