psst, Michael, Feste doesn't do the TMSP. Sorry about that. Now, before you suffer another major episode of cognitive dissonance, go outside and get some fresh air.
---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <mjackson74@...> wrote : Didn't read Ann's parody of me but I am glad that someone who walked away from your much vaunted school to follow a charismatic crazy cult leader pleases you with her writing. And you like Steve the Willy Tex Clone, Willy Tex himself and Danny Boy all have reading comprehension problems. You are looking to find fault with whatever I say if it doesn't praise Marshy the Liar and Fraud, his slavish lieutenants and their university that has existed to turn the minds of intelligent young students into mush through force feeding them Hindu based superstitions. I said very clearly that I liked Henning both personally and professionally and I do. But if you read the article, it shows that he was unhappy in much of his life where he was ALREADY doing TM and TMSP - and that his big musical that the Movement made such a fuss about was a flop. Like I said, its not about Henning, but the fraud and fake that is TM. Also, to reiterate since you don't seem to read or understand well, I said nothing whatsoever to "denigrate" Henning either personally or professionally. If you would stop doing TMSP and get professional help, you MIGHT in a few years be able to reverse the damage and intelligence atrophy you have suffered from so many years of TMSP - and by the way, if any of your TM buddies in Fairfield see the damage and begin to lead you to their basement to help you pacify your vata, don't go - run as fast as you can. You inspire me to definitely finish my piece entitled A Day in the Life. From: feste37 <no_re...@yahoogroups.com> To: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com Sent: Saturday, October 11, 2014 2:30 PM Subject: [FairfieldLife] Re: Doug Henning Now that Ann has posted her parody of you, MJ, it's going to be increasingly hard to tell the parody from the real thing. Read the article again. Doug Henning found true love at MIU, and that can't be bad. OK, so he couldn't act or sing, but are you aware of any TM literature that says that if you learn TM, you will become a good actor and singer? Your method is both simple and dumb: find the name of a celebrity who does/did TM, find ways to denigrate him professionally and personally, and then claim you have "proved" that TM doesn't work. Haven't you anything better to do? ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <mjackson74@...> wrote : I always liked Henning's magic performances, met him once at MIU and got his autograph on one of his posters for my mother who just adored him. Ran across this old article about him and couldn't help but note the lack of age of Enlightenment fulfillment it speaks of for him - lonely, sad, divorces - not exactly an ideal society life seems to me. Just another pointer to what a fraud TM is: http://www.people.com/people/archive/article/0,,20083832,00.html http://www.people.com/people/archive/article/0,,20083832,00.html http://www.people.com/people/archive/article/0,,20083832,00.html After Falling Under the Spell of Wife Debby, Doug Hennin... http://www.people.com/people/archive/article/0,,20083832,00.html Facebook Twitter View on www.people.com http://www.people.com/people/archive/article/0,,20083832,00.html Preview by Yahoo After reading the article I looked up any reference to his Merlin musical and here is what I read: The show was not a critical or financial success and is remembered today chiefly because of the number of "preview" performances it played: while most shows play a month or so prior to inviting critics and having an official opening, Merlin had 69, never inviting the critics and postponing the opening three times, despite charging full ticket prices. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merlin_%28musical%29#cite_note-1 During the musical's troubled tryouts, the original director (Frank Dunlop) was replaced by Co-Producer Reitman and choreographer Billy Wilson was added. The tune for the song "Put a Little Magic in Your Life" had previously supported a different lyric: "These Are Not the Merriest of Days". Also: When the show went into previews, there were many technical problems, and the opening date was cancelled three times. The New York critics decided enough was enough, and went to review it before it's official opening date. They universally hated it. Henning couldn't act or sing.