Now that MFOYA has done it’s job (at least if you read it’s own blatherings) and exposed the truth for all to see (or at least a handful of devoted followers to swallow), I’m very worried that it will not know what to do with it’s time. It’s hard to go from the top of the heap (and I use the word heap in it’s most true sense) to being a nobody. Well, this blog is more than happy to step up and give MFOYA some ideas of what to do with it’s spare time (besides basket-weaving and making pot-holders, a common leisure activity where it lives). A source close to MFOYA leaked a “Super Double Secret Psychological Profile” that was taken by MFOYA, and we’ve fed this profile into the computer to see what jobs MFOYA is best suited for. Here are the results:
1. Dysentery Stool Sample Analyzer…A job very well suited for MFOYA. Remember that old saying, it takes one to know one? Enough said.
2. Armpit smeller…What’s that stink? MFOYA would be able to determine it’s cause right away, with that keen sense of smell.
3. Vomit Clean-Up Custodian….Evidently, puke doesn’t bother MFOYA, since it seems to spew every day. Perfect fit!
4. Isolation Chamber Tester….I don’t know if MFOYA would like this job, but it would give the rest of us some peace and quiet.
I would be happy to provide MFOYA a Letter of Reference for any of these positions. Good Luck on the job search!
Class: Please read the following statements
She couldn’t get hired anywhere.
We couldn’t wait to show her ass the door.
We’ll miss making fun of her ……
No one else….wants her.
If anyone else wanted her, she’d be on the first plane out of bumfuck.
These are some of the statements written by a poster at MFOYA. You remember that place don’t you….the place where it’s all about the Love? It’s funny, because MFOYA is very concerned with what gets posted there, so much so, that many, many posts are never allowed to be seen by any of the other posters. Evidently, MFOYA must have decided that this poster met it’s stringent requirements for truth.
I was in high school once myself. I remember when a girl was dating the guy I was interested in. I remember how I felt. I remember the names I used to call the girl and the words I used to describe her. That’s how 15-16 year olds roll. At that age, it’s very difficult to understand how to deal with your feelings and to understand personal relationships. Luckily, as you grow up, you mature and you learn more about yourself, you learn more about things such as respect, empathy, and class. If you don’t learn these things, you end up hopelessly stuck at the stunted emotional level of a teenager. That’s sad.
“A mature person is one who does not think only in absolutes, who is able to be objective even when stirred emotionally, who has learned that there is both good and bad in all people and all things, and who walks humbly and deals charitably.” Eleanor Roosevelt
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My guess is “hallucinations”
Shhhhhhhhhhh! Isn’t it beautiful! Of course, I know it’s not going to last….but I’m going to enjoy it while it does.
When I was little, I used to respond to name calling by repeating that old saying…”Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me.” I really wanted to believe my parents when they told me that. It was hard of course, as a child, to feel that way, but I believed that as I got older, I would understand it better. I now realize that my parents lied to me. Of course, they only did it to help me cope better with the cruelty that all children possess and that being called stupid or ugly was something that happened to all children and that we would live through it and come out a better person. That lesson I did learn.
What I didn’t realize as a child of course, was that though those type of names really do not hurt anyone, that there are certain words or names that are used by people that DO hurt worse more than sticks and stones, due to the history behind those words. Why do people use them? It can’t be ignorance, because unless someone has lived in a cave for their entire life, they know the significance of such words. They may claim that is is simply a “figure of speech”, that is being used to “make a point”.
So, let’s do a comparison. Someone claims that someone called them a “cowardly lion”, who was a much loved character in a very sweet movie that everyone saw as a child and still has fond memories of. Ouch, that hurts! To “pay them back”, the insulted person then compares them to “Nazis”, a group responsible for the horrific genocide of over 6 million people. Tit for tat?
Well, I hope that made you feel better. I hope that you only use language like that because this is the internet, and you feel safe saying things like this behind the anonymity of your keyboard. I sincerely hope that this is not how you talk to people in real life. I pray that you are a good person, who does not use “hate” words or resort to slurs in your real life. I really do.
Someone told me something one time. When you’re on the internet….type once, then think twice before you hit the send button. I thought it was very good advice, I wish more people would follow it.
Remember the scene in the Wizard of Oz? The one where “The Wizard” is actually exposed to be human by Toto pulling back the curtain. Those who lived in Oz put all of their faith in the Wizard, but they never really knew who it was.
I thought of that scene today when I was reading the latest pile of crap at MFOYA. Once again, “it” says that it has new proof, that it confirms everything, that the truth is out. Oh, except there’s just this one little problem…… it just can’t be shown to anyone else. Just take it’s word for it.
Where’s Toto when you need him?
“Hurt not others in ways that you yourself would find hurtful.” Buddhism
“And as ye would that men should do to you, do ye also to them likewise.” Christianity
“None of you [truly] believes until he wishes for his brother what he wishes for himself.”Islam
“What is hateful to you, do not to your fellow man. This is the law: all the rest is commentary.” Judaism
“All things are our relatives; what we do to everything, we do to ourselves. All is really One.” Native American Spirituality
No matter what you believe in, no matter what religion you were raised in or practice now, they all say the same things about how you should treat your fellow man. This is what love is. Do those who wish to “only speak the truth” ever think about this? I think not. Let’s imagine that their target was actually someone that these people knew. Their brother, their sister, their daughter, their son. I hope for their sake that it doesn’t happen. But I guess, if you use their philosophy, it’s okay, because it’s all about the love, now isn’t it.
I started writing this blog as a way to express a point of view. I had seen MFOYA’s blog and thought it was utterly ridiculous that people actually spent time trying to “prove” such a stupid theory and also to point out the humor of it all. Well, it’s not funny anymore. It’s gone from slightly amusing and crossed the line into paranoia and hate. It’s gone from laughing at it’s protestations about height and ear differences to watching it self-destruct into a steaming pile of hate. It’s actually very frightening to witness a “human being” decompensate. It’s horribly sad to read what’s there today. People’s names being thrown out, clues given to help find identities, of course, accompanied with the disclaimer “I cannot control what other people do”. That is an excuse that has been used many times before by many people, and it doesn’t fly.
Now is the time to stop this. Now is the time to do something. It’s only going to get worse, because hate like this breeds.