The stuff they believe doesn't need to be reasonable, it doesn't need
to follow the laws of physics or chemistry, and it doesn't depend on
any kind of evidence. In fact, when presented with evidence that
proves their belief to be nonsense, they believe even more strongly.
Truly an accomplishment...
On 10/9/2014 8:51 AM, awoelfleba...@yahoo.com [FairfieldLife] wrote:
Oh, bawee, you're too humble. Let's, for just a minute, talk about
your accomplishment. Let me wax, just for a moment, about all that you
have achieved here at FFL and perhaps in your other life too. You have
managed, single-handedly, to have repeated yourself over and over and
over and over again on the same meme, using the same tone, the same
words for at least as long as I've been reading here. This is no small
thing - that you would find the time and the energy and the will to be
able, not to mention keen, to do this day after day. It surely exceeds
my ability to take it all in day after day after day. You are the man.
You are the one who never tires of hearing yourself say the same thing
again and again. And you are, evidently, the person who believes
others are taking any of what you write time and time and time again
as anything but the result of a fellow so high on himself and what he
believes that he feels the rest of us have an infinite capacity to
keep reading your fluff post after empty post. Congratulations.
/Are you insinuating that Barry is posting redundant fluff messages to
get the attention of a lurking reporter?//Maybe he is still suffering
from his beat-down from Judy. Maybe he just needs someone to talk to.
Anyway, thanks for trying to help him//, Ann.//We will probably never
know why he went over to the other side. Go figure./
"I also saw myself portrayed on the front page of newspapers as a
dangerous, evil cultist because I was in their community teaching people
how to meditate for free, paying for every poster I put up, every hall I
rented, ever tape or CD or book I gave away myself."
From: Uncle Tantra
Subject: Open Letter To Willytex
Date: August 6, 2003