It isn't really in the spirit of the internet to use your real
name, the idea is that you can project the image you want and
even hide what sex and age you are. It's a meeting of minds
/Anyone can be anything they want to be on an internet discussion
group. The question is, why would someone want to troll under an
alias and trash a discussion and make themselves look like an
atheistic asshole? It just doesn't make any sense to normal people
seeking answers to the spiritual life.
When people do that it indicates they probably have OCD or serious
anger management issues. In fact, it's dishonest to use an alias
in a real online discussion. Only newbies and adolescents do that
because they are trying to hide something from their parents.
But, it is especially strange for science writers to post using an
alias - I mean, who is going to do an internet search for a
"salyavin808" - everything you post to the internet is lost in
Warehouse 13. What a waste of time. In contrast, most of my
information forms a huge data base of information and I'll be
famous for several generations.You are a nobody.
I think you are quite probably insane.
/On 10/31/2014 2:24 PM, TurquoiseBee turquoi...@yahoo.com
Are people on Fairfield Life *just* noticing this?
Not the greatest advertisement for "creative intelligence" ever, eh? :-)
/So, Barry spent what, $50,000 and 20 years trying to learn how to fly
and levitate without success, while I stuck to basic TM, got an
education, worked and raised a family and retired with a nice pension,
but I'm the one who is insane? Go figure./