From: salyavin808 <>

---In, <turquoiseb@...> wrote :

Share, I find it interesting that Anartaxius tried to "talk some sense into 
you" just after I did, and with the same bottom-line request -- take it off 

Richard is USING your naivete and Pollyanna blissninnyness to FUCK UP FFL.
THAT is all he's interested in doing. 

YOU are his accomplice. NO ONE ELSE falls for his shit any more. It's only you.

You're not helping HIM by responding to his trolling, and you're hurting the 
forum you claim to like. 

It really is time for you to wise up a bit.
And on another, more fundamental level, it may be time for Rick to respond to 
Richard trying to destroy Fairfield Life by suggesting (enforcing) his move 
over to The_Peak. If you actually believe he's innocent and well-meaning in the 
things he posts, Share, you should have no problems with him being forced to 
post them over there, rather than here. 

I think that would be great, and pretty much the ultimate "Karma, dude." 
I agree totally, Willy has somewhere else to go and talk to people he obviously 
prefers. The only reason he sticks around here is to annoy people. Trolling by 

That's really IT, the bottom line: "The only reason he sticks around here is to 
annoy people." He only has two kinds of posts -- "Here's what my trip to Costco 
looked like," which had an audience consisting of only Share and Ann, and "Here 
is something I made up about someone I don't like to try to either fuck up 
their reputation or make them angry enough to respond to me or both," which had 
an audience of zero, except in his own mind. 

I support the call for him to make the shift into Jim's site, unwillingly if 
necessary, let them endure his company if they've accepted him. But Share is 
unlikely to ever reach a realistic opinion about him, I suspect he likes having 
her to protect and she overlooks his trolling as "zaniness" Each to their own I 
It used to be fun having him as our pet retard to point to whenever you wanted 
a wake up call about the dangers of cult delusion, but now he's the only 
asshole here I really think it would be for his own good not to stand out so 
From: "Share Long sharelong60@... [FairfieldLife]" 
 To: "" <> 
 Sent: Tuesday, December 2, 2014 4:34 AM
 Subject: Re: [FairfieldLife] Richard and Share
 Xeno, it sounds like you and turq are concerned about FFL and so would like me 
and Richard to continue discussing the porn site issue elsewhere. To that end, 
you would like me to take your opinions of Richard into consideration. And I 
think you have a good insight about how Richard and I are similar.What is 
strange for me about your analysis of me is that here in FF I am considered 
very un Pollyannish. Certainly compared to many others in FF. Some people here 
walk around smiling all the time, which I do not. And I tend to have an 
attitude of "it's all grist for the mill" and that it's a funny, old life. 
These are not the dominant memes of your typical FF bliss ninny!
 It could simply be that compared to some others on FFL I seem hyper positive. 
But I know myself to be grounded and certainly far from hyper positive and if 
FFLers knew me in person, that would be clear. This  limitation of online 
relationships is, I think, almost always influencing how I post here. Meaning 
that I don't expect online relationships to be genuine friendships. I think 
people have to know one another in 3D life to be genuine friends.
So though I care about the people here, and wish the best for everyone, I don't 
think any of us can know each other fully and deeply just from these online 
exchanges. Consequently, I don't tend to share my own journeys into the heart 
of darkness. Given the limits of time and attention, I am guided by the 
intention to be of benefit as best as I can. And to enjoy myself in the 
process. IMO, life is too short to do otherwise.   


 Share, I did not listen to the Hammond event. I have been reading Curtis' 
reports. I am basically ignoring Hammond because I do not think he is all 
there. Richard however is pointlessly prolonging this thing about Barry, 
already long past. Like Barry has expressed, I think Richard has sucked you 
into his world and that you do not have sufficient discrimination to see what 
is happening. Barry can be mean, no doubt of that, but Richard is wallowing in 
it in a very unhealthy way. FFL is for adults but not an 'adult site' in the 
way that term is normally pejoratively used and Richard is trying to skew the 
sense of what goes on here, which you seem to think is funny because you are 
air-headed in a good natured, but unperceptive way. I think of Richard as 
strangely devious. Barry is normally absolutely direct. I would much rather 
deal with Mr. Enlightened Flanegin than Richard because he is also direct in 
his clumsy and sometimes dismissive way. The only time I have seen you really 
sharpen up was when when you got in a huff over things Judy said to you and you 
responded like a normal human being. Your Pollyanna* act is hard to take 

*'Pollyanna is a best-selling 1913 novel by Eleanor H. Porter. The title 
character is named Pollyanna Whittier, a young orphan who goes to live in 
Beldingsville, Vermont, with her wealthy but stern and cold spinster Aunt 
Polly, who does not want to take in Pollyanna, but feels it is her duty to her 
late sister. Pollyanna's philosophy of life centers on what she calls "The Glad 
Game," an optimistic attitude she learned from her father. The game consists of 
finding something to be glad about in every situation. It originated in an 
incident one Christmas when Pollyanna, who was hoping for a doll in the 
missionary barrel, found only a pair of crutches inside. Making the game up on 
the spot, Pollyanna's father taught her to look at the good side of things—in 
this case, to be glad about the crutches because "we didn't need to use them!"'
'With this philosophy, and her own sunny personality and sincere, sympathetic 
soul, Pollyanna brings so much gladness to her aunt's dispirited New England 
town that she transforms it into a pleasant place to live. The Glad Game 
shields her from her aunt's stern attitude: when Aunt Polly puts her in a 
stuffy attic room without carpets or pictures, she exults at the beautiful view 
from the high window; when she tries to "punish" her niece for being late to 
dinner by sentencing her to a meal of bread and milk in the kitchen with the 
servant Nancy, Pollyanna thanks her rapturously because she likes bread and 
milk, and she likes Nancy.'

As a result, it seems like you are escaping and avoiding when people like Barry 
are actually trying to connect with you in a positive way. I think you are the 
only one here where Barry has made a real attempt to genuinely break through 
that Pollyanna shell you project. I almost think it frustrates him. It's like 
at a carnival where you throw a ball, or some rings at a target and it is 
rigged so almost always, the ball bounces back or the ring misses and the prize 
is lost. Things thrown your way bounce off, but always with the feeling of 
superficial and inconsequential connection, as if you are not really there as 
an intelligence that apprehends and ascertains. Perhaps that is why you and 
Richard have linked up, because Richard does not seem to connect with anyone in 
a legitimate way. I sort of see why the mean girls club ragged on you so much. 
Seeing the good in everything is not the same as acting as if everything is 
good and of no consequential import. Seeing the good in everything is seeing 
and understanding how the universe flows and how those flows fit together, and 
sometimes that means seeing into the heart of darkness, and the places in our 
own mind we would rather not visit. But if we visit them consciously, we 
eventually sail past them into still, imperturbable waters.
Why not do the conversation with Richard in private where it is less likely to 
endanger FFL?

  From: "Share Long sharelong60@... [FairfieldLife]" 
 To: "" <> 
 Sent: Monday, December 1, 2014 9:43 PM
 Subject: Re: [FairfieldLife] Richard and Share
 Xeno, Curtis has posted something very cool about the Hammond event. Why not 
focus on replying to that and simply ignore me and Richard? Wouldn't that be 
more logical?

  From: "anartaxius@... [FairfieldLife]" <>
 Sent: Monday, December 1, 2014 3:33 PM
 Subject: [FairfieldLife] Richard and Share
 Maybe you should take this conversation over to the_Peak. We would prefer to 
discuss something more important here.

---In, <sharelong60@...> wrote :

Richard, your second paragraph about turq posting all the porn he wants just 
had me laughing my head off. Then laughing my head off at my own thought: can't 
wait!Obviously I've lost it, whatever it is (-:

  From: "'Richard J. Williams' punditster@... [FairfieldLife]" 
 Sent: Monday, December 1, 2014 3:07 PM
 Subject: Re: [FairfieldLife] Re: Stop The Porn, was Fairfield and M. Effect
 On 12/1/2014 10:32 AM, Share Longwrote:


turq, thanksfor explaining. But would it be so awful if FFL was an "adultsonly" 

We are all adults here,Share, so it makes since to make this an adult site. 

That way, Barry could post all the porn he wanted to -pornographic text 
messages, slang words for masturbation,pirated photos of rodents humping, 
photo-shopped images oftransvestites, and even cartoons of Lord Buddha with 
gender biascaptions using the "c" word. 

I don't know what his problem is, he is after all the "UncleTantra" and the 
"TurquoiseBee." Cognitive dissonance I guess. 

Now he's trying to prove he's an offended prude andporn-free - as if he has 
never posted anything that wouldoffend. Which is kind of weird, seeing as how 
seven FFL membersjust quit the group because of his smutty language. Gofigure.

But, you need to watch out - the lasttime Barry joked and chatted with a female 
on FFL,he reported her to Interpol and the Dutch police.Obviously he is 
monitoring our conversations.

TurquoiseB wrote:

 Share, I'm going to takethe trouble to explain something to youthat it is 
possible you don'tunderstand, being a relative newcomer toFairfield Life. 

Richard'spost to Rick saying that FFL is a pornsite was *not* a joke, and 
*not*friendly, given events in the past. Inthat past, a disgruntled FFL 
poster,angered over something petty, stalkedoff in a snit and then posted 
somequestionable sexually-explicit photosand/or text to FFL himself, and 
thenwent to Yahoo Administrators to "blowthe whistle" and get them to declare 
FFLan "Adult Only" site. 

As Iunderstand it, Rick and Alex had to jumpthrough hoops to get Yahoo to 
understandthat this was an exercise incyberterrorism by this 
disgruntledasshole, and allow FFL to remain at itscurrent status.

Richard made his postfully aware of this history, and thusfully aware of what 
he was trying toaccomplish by calling FFL a "pornsite."
If you didn't knowthis, it might have been possible foryou to see Richard's 
actions as ajoke. Now that you do, I don't see howyou possibly can. He was 
attempting touse the charge that FFL was a pornsite to possibly get the site 
eithertaken down or moved to a much moreprohibitive status. He was being asmuch 
of a cyberterrorist as theoriginal asshole was.  

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