Monday, December 23, 2013

This Explains a Lot

"Less well known is the effect of obesity on the brain. In the past few years, however, it has emerged that being overweight in middle age is linked to an increased risk of Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of dementia"

I have said for years that a certain person I know should get tested for Alzheimer's.  She can't remember the lie she told yesterday, or where she put her keys two minutes ago.  Fat and Stupid-Full Article

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Stalker?

Interesting. Two of the tactics used by cyber-stalkers: (I've had someone do both of these, besides telling lies about me to family and friends and on the internet.)

*Attempts to gather information about the victim. Cyberstalkers may approach their victim's friends, family, and work colleagues to obtain personal information. They may advertise for information on the Internet, or hire a private detective.

*Monitoring their target's online activities and attempting to trace their IP address in an effort to gather more information about their victims.

My stalker admitted online that she keeps up with me by reading my "diatribes".  I found it interesting that she said that when I hadn't updated this blog (or posted a "diatribe" anywhere else) in about three years.  Guess what dear?  The random questions from the person you're pumping for information are a big give away.  If you want to know something about me, why not ask ME?  Oh, I know why.  I'd tell you to go fuck yourself.

Monday, July 15, 2013

Anatomy of a Lie

Liars are easy to expose. Sometimes it's just because the lie is absolutely ridiculous: "Someone spilled a case of hot sauce so I couldn't move so that's why I made you wait 30 minutes for me to check out at Costco."  Wow.  You poor thing.  Surrounded by a sea of hot sauce, or too stupid to figure out how to turn the cart around and go the other way?  Or, just a bad liar?

This is about a different lie.  When I returned home after getting out of the hospital I wondered why some of my neighbors looked shocked when they saw me. There was a lie behind the shock, but I'll go to the back story first.

A few years earlier I was awakened from a nap by violent pounding on my door.  A former friend was there, in a panic, with the explanation that she was sure that I had fallen and hit my head.  A real out-of-the-blue fantasy that one, since I had never had a history of falling.  Of course, if she had any little bit of courtesy she would have called first before coming over, but even little bits of courtesy weren't in her usual routine.

Fast forward to after I came home.  Like I said, neighbors were giving me odd, startled looks.  Finaly one neighbor without a "filter" told me that everyone had been told that I had suffered head trauma and died.

See the pattern of the "tragic heroine"?  I suspect that she told this lie when someone wondered why she was toting the things of mine that she wanted to keep out of my house. However, it's easy to determine where the "head trauma" lie came from.

Clue for compulsive liars:  Don't stick with the same themes. 

"No mas patalones!"

Sunday, June 16, 2013

Thursday, June 13, 2013

Yet Again, More PeTA Nonsense

If you're going to file petitions in a court, it would be a good thing to not start out by lying in the document. 

More Lies from PeTA, with documentation!

Saturday, June 8, 2013

Thinking of You

Often.  Every time the "no mas pantalones" commercial comes on TV. 

Sunday, June 2, 2013

Positive Thinking

A new Facebook page started by a friend, come check it out: Creative Thinking to Help Animals.

Trolls, stalkers, haters and peta-bots please stay away, unless you're willing to let go of the irrational hatred for No Kill and contribute positive ideas for ending the killing of shelter animals.

My sweet dog Georgie-
labeled unadoptable because she barked at people
in the shelter.

Saturday, June 1, 2013

Focus on What's Important!

The new mantra of my No Kill friends and allies:

FOCUS ON WHAT'S IMPORTANT

What is important? Supporting existing No Kill communities, working to create more; of course.  Rescuing animals in danger of being killed in shelters, fostering, donating, sharing pleas; absolutely.

But what about engaging in battles with the opponents?  The ones who claim that No Kill can't happen, and deny that there are communities with open admission shelters who are saving 90%  or more of the animals entering the shelters?  The ones who repeat the lies about supporters of No Kill-we support puppy mills, we are in bed with Berman and the CCF, we oppose spay/neuter?  I'm often tempted to ignore the lies and name calling, because I think that very few people read the crap that they post all over the internet.  Then I think that there might be one person who could read these lies, and be swayed by them, and join the few voices who claim that killing shelter animals is good and necessary.  So for me fighting the forces of evil like peta, and "Harve" and Randykins is also important.  I might be able to save one person from joining the dark side.

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Advice for Haters

If you get a FB "time out" for posting harassing photos or other things and you create a new fake profile to get around the ban, you might want to use different bad grammar with the fake profiles.  Unless you're too stupid to realize how badly you mangle the language.

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Haters Gonna Hate!

A little amusement for your Tuesday morning. 

Yesterday the hater fondly known as Disgusto posted this quote (copied and pasted with his punctuation, or lack of, included):

Great minds discuss ideas,
Average minds discuss events,
Small minds discuss people
Eleanor Roosevelt

 Today he posted this (an excerpt from a longer rant):

"You are simply a pathetic human being who doesn't have a clue what you ramble about.

"That is why YOU are a FRAUD who will never lead a movement of hookers let alone an animal advocacy movement.

"Am I clear! Tell that to your lying and your lying partner xxxxxxx. she is another brain dead leader who doesn't have a clue."

What was that you were saying about small minds Randy?

Monday, May 27, 2013

The Plot Sickens!

I am actually a friend of "Jane Doe #1" from the PeTA nonsense petition.  I have been told that there is proof that PeTA took her comments out of context and did some "editing", including changing words, in the comments they included in the petition.  I haven't seen the proof,  so I'm just repeating this as something I've been told by two friends who have copies of the original comments.

One thing I have verified.  The NYC lawyer who filed the petition, Michael Lee Hertzberg, has another infamous client-the Church of Scientology.

Saturday, May 25, 2013

More PeTA Nonsense!

In the ridiculous petition PeTA filed trying to scare critics into keeping silent, they state "PETA also keeps regular adoption hours at its Norfolk shelter."

I went to their website, searched for those mythical hours, got this response:
 

Friday, May 24, 2013

Serioulsy PeTA?

Lawsuits because people commented on a blog post with real numbers of animals you killed?  Story here.

The original HuffPo blog post is http://www.huffingtonpost.com/nathan-j-winograd/peta-kills-puppies-kittens_b_2979220.html

I commented on that blog post, but I used my real name.  Is PeTA going to sue me?  Want my address Ingrid?

Edited to add:  PeTA  files a  Butthurt Petiton

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Random Stuff

PeTA Doesn't Love Me Anymore

The computer at peta HQ hasn't checked my blog for a few days.  Maye if I say peta, peta, peta the wicked witch of Norfolk will show up.

Random Girly-Girl Attack

I applied a set of glue on nails.  They look pretty good (if you don't stick your nose right up to my hand) but I keep having to remember to not use my nails as prying tools.  Crappy cell phone photo of said nails:

Friday, May 3, 2013

Manzanita Brewery

The meet-up group took a tour of a local brewery, and did a little tasting afterwards.  Here's some photos.  (No Pat, I don't "think" I'm a photographer.  I enjoy taking photos.  I share them for fun.  If you don't like them, don't look.)






Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Two Things

One

Someone at PeTA HQ checked my blog. Seriously? I'm so much of a threat to PeTA that a paid staffer is using a PeTA computer to check up on me?  Nice way to waste donor dollars!

Two

To the person who is all over the internet and talking to anoyone who is still listening to her lies and trash talk calling me an alcoholic.  The results of a liver function panel (routine blood work-no reason for you to go into tragic heroine mode) shows function smack in the middle of normal range.  Not a verification of your label of me being a RAAAAAGING alcoholic.

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Just kidding!

I miss my former friend.  I haven't had a good insult launched at me in a couple of years.

Oh, never mind.  If I need to be insulted I'll just call my mother.

This isn't a joke-I have adopted a new dog.  She has long fur, and sheds.  Should be a good enough deterrent to keep a fake friend away.


Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Caution! PETA-bots Ahead!

I'm amazed at how many people think that there is anything remotely redeeming about PETA or HSUS.    It's especially entertaining when the PETA-bots post the same ridiculous lies over and over despite being smacked down at every turn.

For a demonstration of  the mindless parroting of the PETA party line, I offer you another excellent HuffPo blog post about the number of animals killed by PETA last year, written by Douglas Anthony Cooper.  The bots are out in force, including several of the fake IDs used by my favorite internet troll.

Miss Delilah says:  PETA-bots, bite me!

Edited to add:  Douglas has posted a Follow up to the kill numbers.  Peta-bots incoming! 

Monday, January 28, 2013

Hey, Troll!

The most vile, nasty and ignorant internet troll I've encountered, Pat Dunaway, posted a blog entry calling me ugly.

OMGF!

Should I go shoot myself?

Perhaps Pat should stop with the personal insults (she also targets some of my friends: Maria, Debi  and Douglas among others) and focus on the issues.

Of course, she's so absolutely wrong about the issues regarding shelter reform that her demented mind has nowhere else to go besides insulting people.


You know who you are.


This is for the person who can't manage to have a conversation with me without throwing in at least one personal insult.


Sunday, January 27, 2013

And Now for Something Completely Different

I'm going to diverge a bit from my normal banal blog entries, and delve into an issue that is important to me-ending the killing of animals in shelters.  There are some people who, for various reasons, oppose this goal.  Some for personal hatred of Nathan Winograd who is a very vocal proponent of shelter reform.  The funny thing is, the haters can't even agree on why they hate.

Pat Dunaway and Randy DeCarlo-I found an ally in your hate campaign for you.  Here's some screen shots.















Hooray for you guys.  I found someone who is on your side when you claim that Nathan supports breeders and puppy mills.

Oh, wait.

This is a commercial breeder.

She hates Nathan.

Are your heads exploding yet?

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Bad Customer Service

If anyone has a choice about which trash company to use, don't choose Pacific Waste, AKA Allied Waste Services.  I cancelled service, was assured by the person who took the order that no further payments would be taken via auto pay, and then they took $137 out of my account any way. 

First phone call-Oh, our mistake, we'll refund your money right away.

Second phone call after no refund-It's YOUR fault, you didn't cancel the auto pay.  Refund will take three weeks.

So, two different lies, and nearly a month that they kept money they weren't entitled to.  I just got another invoice.  This time for $0, with a "Pay now" option.  I'm tempted to pay them nothing to mess with their computers, but don't trust them not to take real money.

Saturday, January 19, 2013

Sunday, January 13, 2013

Speaking of being nice...

I have a friend who I like most of the time, but some days he irritates me.  I deleted a comment he made on one of my Facebook posts today, and told him why, but he got huffy about it.  He has a tendency to only comment if he thinks he can correct people about something, trying to prove that he's smarter than everyone (which he isn't).  My post today was about this photo:






It's a frozen water drip, taken at 9:30 am.  I said "Yes, I still live in San Diego."  Mr. Jackass said something unnecessary about it not being in the city of San Diego.  Technically that's true, but why have a snotty tone and point out something completely irrelevant to my point, which was that it was abnormally cold here?

From now on if he makes a comment that is just fault finding and misses my original point, I'm going to delete it and not bother to explain.  I may make a comment myself such as "unnecessarily argumentative input has been deleted."  People can say whatever they want to on their FB pages, but I can control what is on mine.

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Nice People!

It's so wonderful that there still are people around who will help others without being asked or any expectation of payment.  Special thanks today to my new neighbor; a French-Canadian gentleman wintering here who came to help put up my awning so it wouldn't blow away.