--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, TurquoiseB <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> As I posted in response to Alex, statistically this
> has never been true. Both on a.m.t. and here, during
> those periods when I ignore her it seems to send her 
> into more of a frenzy.
> But I agree with both of you that it would be a better
> approach, so I'll give it another shot. 
> I don't think this will help with the overposting 
> issue, though. If it works here the way it has in 
> the past on a.m.t., she'll respond by trying to pick 
> fights with other poor posters here as soon as I step 
> out of the line of fire.
> My guess as to who will be her "replacement targets" 
> will be Shemp and Vaj (of course), Paul, geezerfreak,
> you, Sal, and pretty much anyone else she thinks she
> can suck into a confrontation. She'd *prefer* that
> the confrontation was with me, of course, but if I'm 
> not available, she'll take what's handy. Mark my words.
> But yes, I agree with both of you. Making ignoring her 
> a kind of warrior's challenge is the only thing that 
> makes sense at this point. Wish me luck with it...

Try dealing with the world as it is for a change,
instead of creating these incredible fantasies
about me.

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