On 11/16/2014 6:44 AM, nablusoss1008 wrote:
Seems Richard has managed to push the buttons of the Turq big-time, no
matter how much he claims never to read any of his posts :-)
/It's pretty easy to tell when Barry gets his buttons pushed - every
time someone points out his cognitive dissonance.
He has posted not a single PROOF of his subjective enlightenment
experiences - in over nineteen years of posting to discussion groups and
I think I've read almost everything he has ever posted to the internet.
When I first started posting to Google Groups I was one of Barry's
biggest fans and I even took up for him when Judy slammed him one time
and called him a liar and a poser.
I figured since we were both military brats from Texas we might have
some common interests. But, he was so prejudiced and arrogant that I
gave up and realized that Judy was probably correct in her assessment of
However, I also realized soon that Judy was just the flip-side of Barry
- she hates me too. Go figure./
---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <turquoiseb@...> wrote :
*/Willytex can continue to "remind" people of anything he fuckin'
wants...it doesn't bother me a bit. I've never claimed to *understand*
what was going on when I and hundreds of other people saw Fred
levitate, only that we witnessed it. He's just jealous that he never
has...that's why at this point he has made several *thousand* posts
*/Compare and contrast against the claim made by Nabby several times
on this forum that *HE* has levitated, hanging in the air for long
periods of time. There is no one on Earth who doesn't find that
*/As for Curtis, I doubt seriously that he has ever suggested that
*perception* is not different in different states of consciousness,
only that *reality* probably isn't. Nabby wouldn't make that
distinction because quite frankly he doesn't understand the
difference. As with his claims to have personally levitated (which he
has been unable to provide proof for or find anyone to substantiate),
he seems to believe that if he experienced or perceived something,
that *is* reality.
*/I suspect that both Curtis and I would agree that anyone who
believes this is delusional. Even if you don't bother factoring in the
fact that Nabby also believes in little green men whose idea of fun is
stomping patterns in fields of wheat to show how advanced and
intelligent they are. :-)/*