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(Some Guy)   Tonight a woman handed out copies of her manifesto to some of my employees. Seems we're not the only ones. Link goes to a blog of such meetings. Anyone else recently seen Marilyn Gibbs, or been affected by Microwave Technology 667?   (aowf.blogspot.com ) divider line
    More: Weird, Casa Grande, marilyn gibbs, July 4th, marilyn, women's shelter, meetings, moral support  
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2012-10-22 12:50:59 PM  
wat
 
2012-10-22 01:02:21 PM  
indeed
 
2012-10-22 01:10:50 PM  
Huh.
 
2012-10-22 01:19:43 PM  
caught sayof?
 
2012-10-22 02:54:33 PM  
"In 1884, meridian time personnel met in Washington to change Earth time. First words said was that only 1 day could be used on Earth to not change the 1 day bible. So they applied the 1 day and ignored the other 3 days. The bible time was wrong then and it proved wrong today. This a major lie has so much evil feed from it's wrong. No man on Earth has no belly-button, it proves every believer on Earth a liar."
 
2012-10-22 03:28:03 PM  

Elzar: "In 1884, meridian time personnel met in Washington to change Earth time. First words said was that only 1 day could be used on Earth to not change the 1 day bible. So they applied the 1 day and ignored the other 3 days. The bible time was wrong then and it proved wrong today. This a major lie has so much evil feed from it's wrong. No man on Earth has no belly-button, it proves every believer on Earth a liar."


dafuq?
 
2012-10-22 03:38:37 PM  
Crazy people can be fun, so long as they aren't waving around dirty needles or the like.
 
2012-10-22 03:44:44 PM  

Hack Patooey: Elzar: "In 1884, meridian time personnel met in Washington to change Earth time. First words said was that only 1 day could be used on Earth to not change the 1 day bible. So they applied the 1 day and ignored the other 3 days. The bible time was wrong then and it proved wrong today. This a major lie has so much evil feed from it's wrong. No man on Earth has no belly-button, it proves every believer on Earth a liar."

dafuq?


Not sure I could diagram that sentence without powerful pharmaceutical help.
 
2012-10-22 04:14:38 PM  
Yes, Marilyn Gibbs.. this is why microwaves produce Gibbs free energy.
 
2012-10-22 04:18:27 PM  
 
2012-10-22 04:21:42 PM  

Elzar: "In 1884, meridian time personnel met in Washington to change Earth time. First words said was that only 1 day could be used on Earth to not change the 1 day bible. So they applied the 1 day and ignored the other 3 days. The bible time was wrong then and it proved wrong today. This a major lie has so much evil feed from it's wrong. No man on Earth has no belly-button, it proves every believer on Earth a liar."


is this from timecube guy?
 
2012-10-22 04:25:55 PM  

JohnAnnArbor: Hack Patooey: Elzar: "In 1884, meridian time personnel met in Washington to change Earth time. First words said was that only 1 day could be used on Earth to not change the 1 day bible. So they applied the 1 day and ignored the other 3 days. The bible time was wrong then and it proved wrong today. This a major lie has so much evil feed from it's wrong. No man on Earth has no belly-button, it proves every believer on Earth a liar."

dafuq?

Not sure I could diagram that sentence without powerful pharmaceutical help.


Gimme a moebius strip and a Klein bottle and I'll give you a flowchart. Blow your farkin' mind.
 
2012-10-22 04:48:17 PM  
Microwave Technology 667 turned me into a newt.
 
2012-10-22 04:59:21 PM  

downstairs: caught sayof?


OR what the fark did I just read?
 
2012-10-22 05:12:16 PM  
Am I the only one who kind, sorta understands what the timecube guy is on about?
 
2012-10-22 05:38:18 PM  

Hack Patooey: Elzar: "In 1884, meridian time personnel met in Washington to change Earth time. First words said was that only 1 day could be used on Earth to not change the 1 day bible. So they applied the 1 day and ignored the other 3 days. The bible time was wrong then and it proved wrong today. This a major lie has so much evil feed from it's wrong. No man on Earth has no belly-button, it proves every believer on Earth a liar."

dafuq?


Isn't it obvious?

When the Sun shines upon Earth, 2 - major Time points are created on opposite sides of Earth - known as Midday and Midnight. Where the 2 major Time forces join, synergy creates 2 new minor Time points we recognize as Sunup and Sundown. The 4-equidistant Time points can be considered as Time Square imprinted upon the circle of Earth. In a single rotation of the Earth sphere, each Time corner point rotates through the other 3-corner Time points, thus creating 16 corners, 96 hours and 4-simultaneous 24 hour Days within a single rotation of Earth - equated to a Higher Order of Life Time Cube.
 
2012-10-22 05:50:37 PM  
/csb

I worked my way through college as a security guard at a small downtown hospital in a poor mid-atlantic state. This homeless guy comes in with a briefcase, that he intrusted to us in the security department while he is being treated. He told us not to look in there because it had plans for his time machine. The unreadable text, weird drawings and assorted inanity that were in that briefcase could have been written by this women, or that stinky homeless guy.

end csb/
 
2012-10-22 07:17:48 PM  
I notified the campus PD since she's had previous hostile reactions to people and an assault arrest, and have been keeping an eye out, but haven't seen her tonight. Kinda curious to sit down and talk to her, see if they can make it make more sense verbally...

/subby
 
das
2012-10-22 07:24:02 PM  

Philip Francis Queeg: Microwave Technology 667 turned me into a newt.


Did you get better???
 
2012-10-22 08:24:06 PM  

Snapper Carr: Hack Patooey: Elzar: "In 1884, meridian time personnel met in Washington to change Earth time. First words said was that only 1 day could be used on Earth to not change the 1 day bible. So they applied the 1 day and ignored the other 3 days. The bible time was wrong then and it proved wrong today. This a major lie has so much evil feed from it's wrong. No man on Earth has no belly-button, it proves every believer on Earth a liar."

dafuq?

Isn't it obvious?

When the Sun shines upon Earth, 2 - major Time points are created on opposite sides of Earth - known as Midday and Midnight. Where the 2 major Time forces join, synergy creates 2 new minor Time points we recognize as Sunup and Sundown. The 4-equidistant Time points can be considered as Time Square imprinted upon the circle of Earth. In a single rotation of the Earth sphere, each Time corner point rotates through the other 3-corner Time points, thus creating 16 corners, 96 hours and 4-simultaneous 24 hour Days within a single rotation of Earth - equated to a Higher Order of Life Time Cube.


That's the most cromulent explanation of the (HoL) t3 Problem I've ever heard! Are you available for tutoring? My son is having a bit of a rough time with quantum theory, and I'm much too removed from the field these days to be any help at all..
 
2012-10-22 08:36:39 PM  
you were not supposed to contact me hear (339, over, 339) check your egg sandwich at the frupa stand and be pertinent. xox will sail
 
2012-10-22 08:54:51 PM  
You can post anything...and nobody can stop you...and ad space gets sold. And i'm an idiot for working. Love Fark, though.
 
2012-10-22 10:13:06 PM  
At my former place of employment, one of the more amusing things handed around the office was a 4 page diatribe from this woman, in which she detailed the worldwide, massive conspiracy by the Jesuits to kill her/imprison her/deny her a life with her true love, Vladimir Putin. Apparently, the letter was sent in as a response to some negative experience she encountered with my employer; she accused us of being in on said conspiracy.

I don't believe I will ever forget the lunacy found in the "My Fiance, Vladimir Putin" letter.
 
2012-10-23 07:01:57 AM  
In these troubled times, I think it behooves us all to indulge in public mockery of our fellow citizens who go through life with serious untreated mental disorders. Because unlike people with physical handicaps, the mentally ill don't deserve our respect, consideration, or support, but instead merit our derision and scorn. They're weird and make us feel funny, or remind us of fictional comedy characters that we created to make us laugh, so it only makes sense that we should laugh at them.

This is especially true because none of us have ever known or cared about anyone with a mental illness, and none of us have ever been or ever will be mentally ill ourselves. And even if we did, we'd understand the cultural instinct to react to mental illness with jokes, because we all agree with that.
 
2012-10-23 07:04:23 AM  

tamsnod27: /csb

I worked my way through college as a security guard at a small downtown hospital in a poor mid-atlantic state. This homeless guy comes in with a briefcase, that he intrusted to us in the security department while he is being treated. He told us not to look in there because it had plans for his time machine. The unreadable text, weird drawings and assorted inanity that were in that briefcase could have been written by this women, or that stinky homeless guy.

end csb/


So, you opened the case, then, even though you presumably agreed not to. You betrayed this man's trust, because you did not consider him worthy of your respect. Because he was less of a person than you are. Got it.
 
2012-10-23 07:13:05 AM  

Sylvia_Bandersnatch: In these troubled times, I think it behooves us all to indulge in public mockery of our fellow citizens who go through life with serious untreated mental disorders. Because unlike people with physical handicaps, the mentally ill don't deserve our respect, consideration, or support, but instead merit our derision and scorn. They're weird and make us feel funny, or remind us of fictional comedy characters that we created to make us laugh, so it only makes sense that we should laugh at them.

This is especially true because none of us have ever known or cared about anyone with a mental illness, and none of us have ever been or ever will be mentally ill ourselves. And even if we did, we'd understand the cultural instinct to react to mental illness with jokes, because we all agree with that.


Yes, she could probably stand to get some help. I've got my fingers crossed that she continues to have the luck she's had in travels, and not run into any real bad elements out there. I'd also be very curious to know what really happened. What event kicked off this journey of hers, that has grown into such a confabulation in her mind? From reading some of the blog, she seems to have a friend in Ontario, who she contacts at irregular intervals. Perhaps he knows the truth.

I find this woman fascinating. If something did happen to her to set all of this in motion, I hope the truth comes to light and those responsible are held accountable.
 
2012-10-23 07:47:29 AM  

RatMaster999: Sylvia_Bandersnatch: In these troubled times, I think it behooves us all to indulge in public mockery of our fellow citizens who go through life with serious untreated mental disorders. Because unlike people with physical handicaps, the mentally ill don't deserve our respect, consideration, or support, but instead merit our derision and scorn. They're weird and make us feel funny, or remind us of fictional comedy characters that we created to make us laugh, so it only makes sense that we should laugh at them.

This is especially true because none of us have ever known or cared about anyone with a mental illness, and none of us have ever been or ever will be mentally ill ourselves. And even if we did, we'd understand the cultural instinct to react to mental illness with jokes, because we all agree with that.

Yes, she could probably stand to get some help. I've got my fingers crossed that she continues to have the luck she's had in travels, and not run into any real bad elements out there. I'd also be very curious to know what really happened. What event kicked off this journey of hers, that has grown into such a confabulation in her mind? From reading some of the blog, she seems to have a friend in Ontario, who she contacts at irregular intervals. Perhaps he knows the truth.

I find this woman fascinating. If something did happen to her to set all of this in motion, I hope the truth comes to light and those responsible are held accountable.


Living in cites, I've encountered plenty of people with issues like this. I get the sense that it's much more common than acknowledged. My understanding is that unless you're considered an immediate danger to yourself or others, providers may not enforce care. Which makes sense from a legal perspective: We don't want to become one of those countries that forcibly 'treats' people who 'think wrong things.' But it also means that we have few suitable strategies for helping people who really do need help, and won't have any kind of life beyond the kind described in TFA otherwise.

I don't have answers here, I confess. But it's very much evident to me that a critical factor in that sad reality is a society that still takes a primitive and yes, rather despicable approach to mental illness. It's shameful to me that the society I live in, rich in resources and knowlege, can't do any better for these people than mock them like animals in a zoo.
 
2012-10-23 10:07:08 AM  

Sylvia_Bandersnatch: tamsnod27: /csb

I worked my way through college as a security guard at a small downtown hospital in a poor mid-atlantic state. This homeless guy comes in with a briefcase, that he intrusted to us in the security department while he is being treated. He told us not to look in there because it had plans for his time machine. The unreadable text, weird drawings and assorted inanity that were in that briefcase could have been written by this women, or that stinky homeless guy.

end csb/

So, you opened the case, then, even though you presumably agreed not to. You betrayed this man's trust, because you did not consider him worthy of your respect. Because he was less of a person than you are. Got it.


C'mon, he said he had plans for a frickin' time machine! You would not look!!?? I think you are being just a tad bit ...sorry, this is the intratubes, yes, I am a horrible person because I was curious, and the crazy homeless person was wronged horribly by my completely unknown invasion of his privacy, not to mention I was in my 20's then, and 20 somethings always consider every nuance of their behavior;-).
 
2012-10-23 06:18:16 PM  

tamsnod27: Sylvia_Bandersnatch: tamsnod27: /csb

I worked my way through college as a security guard at a small downtown hospital in a poor mid-atlantic state. This homeless guy comes in with a briefcase, that he intrusted to us in the security department while he is being treated. He told us not to look in there because it had plans for his time machine. The unreadable text, weird drawings and assorted inanity that were in that briefcase could have been written by this women, or that stinky homeless guy.

end csb/

So, you opened the case, then, even though you presumably agreed not to. You betrayed this man's trust, because you did not consider him worthy of your respect. Because he was less of a person than you are. Got it.

C'mon, he said he had plans for a frickin' time machine! You would not look!!?? I think you are being just a tad bit ...sorry, this is the intratubes, yes, I am a horrible person because I was curious, and the crazy homeless person was wronged horribly by my completely unknown invasion of his privacy, not to mention I was in my 20's then, and 20 somethings always consider every nuance of their behavior;-).


This is a good point. It would be hard not to want to at least look. And yeah, he wasn't really harmed, that's true. I overreacted. I remember being that age, too, I confess. (Despite what now appear to be sure bets against remembering anything from that time.)
 
2012-10-24 09:38:17 AM  

Sylvia_Bandersnatch: tamsnod27: Sylvia_Bandersnatch: tamsnod27: /csb

I worked my way through college as a security guard at a small downtown hospital in a poor mid-atlantic state. This homeless guy comes in with a briefcase, that he intrusted to us in the security department while he is being treated. He told us not to look in there because it had plans for his time machine. The unreadable text, weird drawings and assorted inanity that were in that briefcase could have been written by this women, or that stinky homeless guy.

end csb/

So, you opened the case, then, even though you presumably agreed not to. You betrayed this man's trust, because you did not consider him worthy of your respect. Because he was less of a person than you are. Got it.

C'mon, he said he had plans for a frickin' time machine! You would not look!!?? I think you are being just a tad bit ...sorry, this is the intratubes, yes, I am a horrible person because I was curious, and the crazy homeless person was wronged horribly by my completely unknown invasion of his privacy, not to mention I was in my 20's then, and 20 somethings always consider every nuance of their behavior;-).

This is a good point. It would be hard not to want to at least look. And yeah, he wasn't really harmed, that's true. I overreacted. I remember being that age, too, I confess. (Despite what now appear to be sure bets against remembering anything from that time.)


No problem, I actually enjoy when a person I do not know screams incoherent nonsense at me, but I actually enjoy discussions with intelligent thoughtful people more, have a good day!
 
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