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Subject: Re: Solid State Tesla Coil Success!
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Date: Tue, 31 Dec 2002 14:06:46 GMT
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Hi All, < I have put this response under my own earlier posting. I did'nt
want to put this as a response under John Fields' posting because he has
shown his true colors and it is clearly not on my side - but with the
Finally John Fields has shown his true colors. Thanks for the detailed
explanation of what you were doing flip-flopping. I have had this
treacherous type of experience before. It leaves you with a sucker punch in
the belly (did I get the lingo right ?).when you were expecting a peaceful
dis-agreement at best. I am not forgetting that not too long ago decent
looking people were plotting the killing of others who happened to be
'different' (to put it mildly).
Today, I noticed a light brown Jaguar with several men make two passes back
and forth within a short distance from my home. Also, I had two near misses
(on my bicycle) with an older 'white' man with a fully stuffed old yellow
volkswagan stationwagon. He seemed to be driving somewhat aimlessly in the
parking lots under the watchful eyes of two police cars right next. Needless
to say the whole place is crawling with security types who are itching for
some action to justify their jobs ! How weird ! And the leaders and
journalists are pointing the way. 'I want Huey-Long killed', 'He is a
criminal', 'We were successful with Wen Ho Lee', blah-blah. As long as the
people believe it and pay the salaries, it will go on. They will create the
victims to justify their actions.
"John Fields" wrote in message
> On Mon, 30 Dec 2002 16:11:01 GMT, "News2020"
> >I agree with that in part.
> >Most people do not read between the lines, though.
> >They take your word for it. Especially if they are unaware of the context
> >the technicalities of what you state. They will just go by the words.
> >That means, if John says my postings are ridiculous and in the same
> >as jokes, that is exactly what many (or most) people will think.
> >That means you are basically joining the attacking guys even though you
> >state that you fully agree with me, etc.
> >See the contradiction ?
> You still don't get it, do you?
> By seeming to agree with you, but by doing it in a way which makes
> me look ridiculous I am letting you know that I disagree with you by
> letting you see how ridiculous my position is in agreeing with you.
> That way, if you see how ridiculous my position is from your point
> of view, you might come to the conclusion that since I am mirroring
> your position, your position is ridiculous also.
> I wasn't aware of it before, but you seem not to have the capability
> of recognizing sarcasm, satire, innuendo, the double entendre,
> irony, and stuff like that, so I apologize if the underlying
> meaning of my previous posts was unclear.
> Here's what I think in plain words:
> You are either starved for attention and have come up with this
> elaborate plan to get as much [attention] as you can through your
> preposterous posts, or you are seriously in need of professional
> psychiatric help. If it's the latter, then it may seem _to you_
> that you're perfectly rational (as is everyone who agrees with you)
> and that everyone else is attacking you. My advice to you, in
> either case, is to get yourself evaluated. No big deal; if you're
> fine, what have you got to lose? On the other hand, if you're not
> fine you need to find out why not and start dealing with it, and the
> sooner the better. It doesn't sound to me like you're all that
> happy or that you really have your life under control, so you might
> want to get some help in finding out what that's all about.
> There is, of course, the possibility that you're right about
> everything you're writing about in which case it would behoove you
> to get in touch with some folks who can corroborate the validity of
> your observations and suspicions.
> If it were me, I'd get ahold of some folks doing research in the
> paranormal. Seriously, they should have the equipment and the
> talent to detect and quantify any real-world phenomena you may be
> experiencing, and perhaps more.
> I just searched Google for "paranormal research" and got about
> 126,000 hits, so if you refined the search to limit hits to your
> geographical area I'm sure you'd come up with somebody that could
> John Fields
> Professional circuit designer