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ID Number: 1030
From: "jninjan" <jninjan@yahoo.co.uk>
Subject: Re: This post was started back in March of this year, but please read.
Date: Thursday, May 22 2003 - 13:34:28

What a stupid response to someones posting

--- In lisamarie@yahoogroups.com, Carlos Gassol <cgassol2003@y...>
wrote:
> Why don`t you just do something for yourself, like joining the Army
and and try to get shot in combat. At least your parents will earn a
survivor pention.I know it sounds cruel but i really mean it.
>
> bobbysroom <no_reply@yahoogroups.com> wrote:
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> Dear Lisa,
>
> I am sorry to hear that you worry about such trivial things as age.
> We are all eternal spirits you know. Do not concern yourself with
> financial worries. You may have made a lot of money being a
beautiful
> and charming girl, but you haven't stayed where you are at because
of
> your looks, it's your brain that has taken you this far and it will
> continue to be your greatest asset.
>
> I don't if you will even read this posting, and I'm not quite sure
> why I am writing it. I do know that when I met you in San Diego, at
> the Comic-Con, you were nice to me and didn't seem offended when
all
> I wanted to do was say hi. I am (was) a member on your Yahoo
website
> and I just came by to say hello. You gave me time to talk to you
like
> a real person and you never asked me to buy a picture or anything
> else. I don't expect you to know me, I just wanted to let you know,
> and the rest of those out there, that you really are a kind person.
>
> You see I was actually there by chance of fate. I had read your
> posting that you were going to be there, but I had no intention of
> going. Even though I wanted to meet you in person, and that was
> probably my one and only chance of doing so, I was not in a
financial
> position to be able to go. But as I said, fate did play a role in
my
> being at the convention.
>
> The short version is a friend of mine got me a volunteer job
working
> at the convention. It took me some time but I did finally meet you.
> Now at this point I am sure anyone reading this is a bit confused
as
> to wether I have a point to all of this. Well if you, and anyone
> still reading this, will indulge me just a bit more you will see
> where I am going with this short story.
>
> You see Lisa, I am a real believer in fate and destiny. Right now I
> am contemplating my destiny in a very serious, or rather final way.
> You are like an enigma to me. I realized this when I read your
> biography. You are half Japanese and Anglo Saxon, as was my first
> girlfriend. Your father was, or still is a dentist. Now my father
is
> an engineer, but I am adopted, and my biological father was
finishing
> his dentistry training when he got my biological mother pregnant.
>
> From what little information I have, both my biological parents
were
> going to UCSD, and although my mother wanted to keep me, she ended
up
> letting my biological father talk her into putting me up for
> adoption. Personally if I would have had any say in it I would have
> opted for abortion, but of course that was illegal in1966.
>
> That may sound a bit drastic, but if you born with a mental illness
> as I was and had spent the past 14 years with a chronic daily
> headache, then being alive might not sound so good to you right
now.
> In fact this letter was originally started back on March 2nd of
this
> year. I am just now picking up on it and I don't know if I will
> finish it.
>
> You see I have already taken my medication for the night and it
> knocks me out within an hour of taking it. So much so that I have
to
> wear adult diapers. I should be writing this in the morning, or
after
> I take my morning medications. One of them is a stimulate and that
is
> when I am most awake. But right now is when my mind is relaxed and
I
> can try and say what it is that I am trying so desperately trying
to
> get out.
>
> Here it is. I will be in San Diego this summer and I will be
> attending a convention of a different sort. One I am sure you would
> not likely find on your calender. It's the DBSA (Depression and
> Bipolar Support Alliance) convention, being held in Long Beach this
> year.
>
> So here is my invitation to you and any of your fans. You can get
the
> information on the web easier than I can try and put in a hyper
link.
> Just go to the DBSA home page and you can get all the details. I
hear
> there might be a talent show, and I might do a stand-up bit if
> they'll let me. It would be to die for.
>
> By the way. Do you ever get to talk to Mr. Hefner, I would bet he
is
> a type one bipolar. He's probably one of those lucky bipolars that
> don't get depressed much, they just have all kinds of energy. I bet
> he drinks mostly soft drinks loaded with caffeine and stays away
from
> the alcohol. I know everyone thinks he's snorting the finest Scotch
> whiskey, but I bet it's most likely diet Pepsi that's his drink of
> choice.
>
> The truth is, most people would like to think you were a souse with
> Dr. feel good keeping you up all night with those bunnies, than for
> the world to know you had a mental disorder. Which is nothing more
> than a chemical imbalance, not all that different than diabetes.
>
> Oh, I just realized, I haven't taken my med's yet, so I better go
do
> that. Like I said in the beginning of this letter-post, I don't
know
> if Lisa Marie Scott will even read this, but if she (you) do, I
hope
> we meet again sometime and have the chance to talk about the little
> things in life. I'm in Alabama now, living with my parents and I
> finally got my SS approved so I am no longer a total leach on them.
>
> I take that back, they would be very upset if they knew I said
that,
> but sometimes it's just the way I feel. In fact I sometimes see
> myself as a foil in Sr. W. S.'s plays, as the young Laertes when
his
> father, Lord Polonius gives him his words of wisdom, more like the
> words of a bitter old man, (which he is of course). But as
tragically
> as this play is, the words most people know are when he says at the
> end of long dialog, "to thine own self be true".
>
> Hey don't laugh, I had a college professor quote those words as
> scripture from the holy bible. To thine own self be true, to be or
> not to be, all from a man that was Knighted by a virgin queen. A
man
> that could only make love to his beloved queen with words. Actually
> somebody might catch me on that one, because I don't know for a
fact
> that Queen Elizabeth I even knew who he was. From what I gather,
the
> title Sir William Shakespear may be all wrong.
>
> Oh well that's it from good old Alabama, I'm going to take my med's
> and post this thing and hope that someone that reads this will make
> it to the convention. You know, so y'all can see what real crazy
> people look like. . . laughs on exit.
>
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