---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <turquoiseb@...> wrote :
The fascinating thing from my point of view (back from dinner now) is that this guy's *entire* act is about fear of death. HIS fear of death. To avoid dealing with the concept of death, he's invented being able to talk with his dead sister and parents, with dead Maharishi, with dead Jesus and with a bunch of supposed dead hoo-hahs who tell him how important he was in previous lives. He's so boring. I reckon he'll get smited by all these Gods for speaking such tedious drivel on their behalf. Preaching to Muslims really will get him smited, if any of them were listening that is. In a way it's a pity that Jimbo threw a tantrum and stalked off in a snit...again, because I just can't wait for him to play one-upsmanship games with this guy, claiming to have been more important in all of these supposedly shared incarnations that he claims to have been. :-) :-) :-) I look forward to Curtis' take on this whole thing, especially because he'll probably be able to comment on 1) the general vibe in the room, 2) what went down during the Q&A (which as I understand it won't be broadcast on the stream), and 3) what went down in the room and outside the hall as people chatted each other up after this "event." Maybe he'll be a convert and come back with a message from Jehovah just for FFLers: "Willytex is the chosen one...heed his words, no matter how banal, predictable and tedious"