The Turq asked me to pass this on to Share http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jqMG3VR5PP4 <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jqMG3VR5PP4> Turq says he is sorry, Share. He knows he fucked up.
--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Bob Price wrote: > > > below > > > ________________________________ > From: authfriend authfriend@... > To: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com > Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2013 10:06:09 AM > Subject: [FairfieldLife] Re: Uzes > > > It's interesting to read this bearing in mind how > attached Barry is to "defeating" his own "enemies." > The majority of his posts here are devoted to it > (including this one). But he doesn't seem to > realize that in this regard, he's no different > than anyone else here. Except that he does it *at > least* as much as anybody else. > > A few comments interspersed below... > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, turquoiseb no_reply@ wrote: > > > In battle (or pseudo-battle, such as Judo matches), people who throw > > themselves off balance by pushing *against* their opponent...uh...LOSE. > > End of story. They have in essence defeated *themselves* by allowing > > their self to become so attached to "defeating" the person they're > > pushing against. > > > > In politics, this same Judo Theory Of Everything explains (at least to > > me) the whole sad story of revolution/counterrevolution over the ages. > > Think the Russian Revolution. Everybody was so fixated on pushing > > *against* the czars that when they went away, they suddenly found > > themselves in the position of having nothing else to push against. And > > with that realization came another -- they'd never thought about what > > was going to happen if the czars went away. They were so obsessive about > > what they were *against* that they'd never put any thought into what > > they were *for*. Therefore, when their enemy was withdrawn from them, > > they had no idea what to do. So they made up *new* enemies, from within > > their own ranks, and created a *new* revolution against *them*. This > > scenario has repeated itself over and over and over throughout the > > centuries. > > > > On social media, you see exactly the same thing. Think FFL. There are > > people here who *still* fly into a rage and lash out *against* someone > > like Andrew Skolnick, with whom they have not interacted for more than a > > decade, and who never once posted to this forum. > > Actually nobody "flies into a rage" over Andrew. Interestingly, > though, it's Barry who mentions him most often here. > > There are still people > > who cannot go a month without lashing out *against* someone like Curtis > > or Vaj or Sally Sunshine or Ruth or others who gave up on this place as > > a waste of their valuable time long ago. > > Since Robin gave up on this place on April 8, Advanced > Search shows 93 posts from Barry that mention him. (This > is subject to the same caveats as those for Barry's > search for posts mentioning himself, of course, but these > are posts from a single person, not the entire forum; and > we all know Barry does mention Robin quite frequently.) > > > And I would suggest that the reason is that the people who do this are > > Lazy Fucks, who have never put any thought into what they're *for* in > > life. For most of those lives, they've pursued the Easy Path, of only > > focusing on the things and people they're *against*. When those things > > or people are withdrawn *from* their focus, they panic, and keep pushing > > against them anyway. > > Exactly the case with Barry vis-a-vis Robin. > > > NOT that I'm suggesting this might be happening on FFL the last few > > days, since their favorite "push against" victim stopped posting as > > much. It *can't* be that the folks who rag on him non-stop (or who > > emerged from the woodwork like roaches just so that they could rag on > > him again) > > Hey, Bob, Barry called you a roach! That couldn't mean > he's pushing against you, could it? > > **** > > Barry, > > As a cockroach and member *under consideration* of the > MGC, I hope you noticed the kiss I blew you as I scampered across your laptop > screen recently; I was a little concerned to see you attempting those martial > art moves as if your laptop was attacking you; as I believe Ann (Grand Poobah > of the MGC) has mentioned: "its only the Internet", and we're not > actually real; at least in the sense that having a girl with you---in Provence in > August---would be considered real; just between you and me (and the floorboards), > your laptop is not the same thing as a lap dancer---or a blow up doll for that > matter---no matter how much you squint at it. > > Share loved your Bee Gees link and asked me to pass > this on to you: > > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3091MHksLM4 > > > Personally, I think she might be getting close to > suggesting the two of you curl up in front of the fire channel together; I hear > you can do that over SKYPE. > > **** > > > can't think of anything else to do. That would be > > *embarrassing* for them, and we all know that their whole lives revolve > > around micromanaging their images to pretend that they're *never* > > embarrassed by their own behavior. :-) > > How often does Barry admit to being embarrassed by his > own behavior? Gee, I can't think of a single instance. > Anybody? > > > Anyway, that's my theory, which is mine. You may agree with it, or > > disagree with it, and -- either way -- I don't really give a fuck. As > > much as it may pain those who focus on me non-stop may like to believe > > it, > > Oops oops oops, incomplete edit. Feeling a little > unbalanced there, are ya, Barry? > > > NOTHING they write affects me terribly much. None of the people > > doing the writing are *interesting* enough for me to pay much attention > > to what they write, or give much more thought than this cafe rap as to > > WHY they write it. > > Hard to believe given how often Barry attacks them in > his "cafe raps." > > I just parse their actions through my Judo Theory, > > and that pretty much explains everything about them I or anyone else > > ever needed to know. > > > > YMMV. If it does, you may feel free to expound upon *your* explanations > > for why people who seem to dislike one person so intensely that they > > spend most of their online writing time trying to "get" him or "silence" > > him become so panicky when he decides to go...uh...silent. Feel free to > > suggest your alternative theories. > > My explanation is that this happens only in Barry's > imagination. (Although Robin leaving does seem to have > thrown him for quite a loop, such that he began > compulsively to take out his rage at Robin by > attacking *me*). > > > Â Â Â Â >