Sunday, April 09, 2006

A long thead with a sprinkling of rationality

An interesting thread over here, on a mainstream forum:

Particularly interesting are the posts by "CliffMickelson", someone who also seems to be devotee of Chemtrails and other unusual sky phenomena. Also of note is "tamtam". Both big on the quorum sensing, etc.


At 6:18 PM, Blogger Tall Cotton said...

They're all nuts.

At 6:21 PM, Blogger Margellons said...

Sometimes I wonder if anyone there is just pretending to be afflicted, getting a kick out of stirring things up.

At 4:37 AM, Blogger Smileykins said...

My first experience with CliffMick came in the form of seeing a post he'd made on a particular morgie board, directing someone through a URL hookup to go there for the answer.

I went, and what he appeared to be into, to me, was a role playing game. I dismissed him, realizing he was misguided, and had taken a wrong turn, posting on a health support message board. I stated that opinion, in a post, also, for others to dismiss and ignore him.

Over the passage of time, I began seeing a name pop up that was vaguely familiar to me somehow. It turned out to be none other than CliffMick, and morgie people were discussing how much in perfect agreement they were with his writings. Incredible.

The whole Tam-tam kick is too, huh? What cracks me up, is how the believers pretend to be able to follow all that!!!

At 9:01 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yea, It cracks me up as well. Nothing like watching a bunch of pompous folks who never experienced the elephant, dissing the credentials of those who have.

Say! You don't suppose that those "morgie people who were discussing how much in perfect agreement they were with CliffMickelson's writings" ...Were in agreement because they all shared a common experience, do you? ....Now THAT would be "incredible."

At 9:27 PM, Anonymous Merle said...

Gee...I sure am glad we have the poly pure bred folks here at this board who already know better than those who are just simply the victims....Hey, guys...I sure hope the real world never catches up with you!

It might ruin your chances to fit in with the rest of the arrogant wanna-be sophmores in the Medical profession.

-Mad Merle


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At 9:53 PM, Blogger Margellons said...

Sure they had a common experience - they got sick, and their doctors could not cure it, leading to great unhappiness, pain and inconvenience.

The symptoms, however, are all over the map.

The sickness is real - they just don't all have the same specific sickness.

At 11:23 AM, Blogger Smileykins said...

Concerning your comments, Anonymous and Merle, I don't speak so brashly about things I know nothing about. I chose not to remain stuck in my delusions, because, let's say, "they didn't serve me well".

Mad Merle, I rarely ever talk this way, but for you, I'm giving myself full permission, so use your imagination and fill in the blanks.

Please pardon me, Margellons.

Now that I've gotten that out of the way...

I used to work for many years with a woman who had a lot of things going on with her state of mental health. One, was that she had an inferiority complex which caused her to pretend to understand bizarre things that no one else could. In her mind, it elevated her above all those whom she knew couldn't possibly understand. It was very sad to witness the embarrassment she'd create for herself, never suspecting that she'd ever be asked to enlighten the rest of us. She was compelled to repeat the behavior, never learning from the previous events.

Just as all of us do, morgies, individually, reveal so very much about themselves in their own words. I'll reserve saying much of anything else on the matter, but it's really rather evident what I mean.


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