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Re: I'll be in touch

Postby GodsDaughter1 » Sun Apr 17, 2011 4:08 pm

GodsDaughter says: Admit it birdbrains you've been defeated! You're unarmed against me, that's your problem not mine!

Just kidding!

I'm so brilliant my brilliance doesn't surprise me, I expect it from myself! I made that up to use as a quote, I'm not bragging or boasting I'm just horsing around.

Those who understand God understand judgment.

"Evil men understand not judgment; but they that seek the LORD understand all things"

My Lord and Heavenly Father has given me more insight, I've started another book called Divine Judgment, it will be the best book ever written! So now I'm working on two books at the same time.

"And if any man hear my word, and believe not, I judge him not; for I came not to judge the world, but to save the world"
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Re: I'll be in touch

Postby cousinbasil » Sun Apr 17, 2011 4:38 pm

GD1 wrote:...all I do is be more wittier than they are

I think we should all try to be more wittier.
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Re: I'll be in touch

Postby Diebert van Rhijn » Sun Apr 17, 2011 7:50 pm

The only compassionate thing is to tell Donna to leave, to stop, to reign herself in, to slap her in the proverbial face perhaps. Anyone encouraging her at this stage is dangerously clueless or just a self-absorbed SOB. There's this Dutch proverb: "gentle healers produce purulent wounds".
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Re: I'll be in touch

Postby cousinbasil » Sun Apr 17, 2011 9:06 pm

Diebert van Rhijn wrote:The only compassionate thing is to tell Donna to leave, to stop, to reign herself in, to slap her in the proverbial face perhaps. Anyone encouraging her at this stage is dangerously clueless or just a self-absorbed SOB. There's this Dutch proverb: "gentle healers produce purulent wounds".

Who asked you?
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Re: I'll be in touch

Postby GodsDaughter1 » Mon Apr 18, 2011 3:37 am

Diebert van Rhijn wrote:The only compassionate thing is to tell Donna to leave, to stop, to reign herself in, to slap her in the proverbial face perhaps. Anyone encouraging her at this stage is dangerously clueless or just a self-absorbed SOB. There's this Dutch proverb: "gentle healers produce purulent wounds".


GodsDaughter says: I love the Dutch proverb. But, no one has to tell me to leave, asking me might work! But, then perhaps you should ask Blair to leave he's the one who slags people, all I do is think of myself highly, should I be penalized for loving myself?

Diebert van Rhijn I've always regarded you as one of the most knowledgeable people here, you might have a good point, but to push me away won't help me, it will worsen me.

I've never gotten much attention in my lifetime, to let anyone know who I was, until I found this place, where I let myself loose because for the first time I was letting others in to my world of quiet. And when people reject me, I think of my safe haven in the prisonous cell in my mind where no one can hurt me.

If you guys don't want me here, if I'm really that bad, I won't darken your doorstep anymore.
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Re: I'll be in touch

Postby GodsDaughter1 » Mon Apr 18, 2011 4:10 am

Tomas wrote:
GodsDaughter1 wrote:And yes I am a great writer and the majority would agree with me!


Don't mind them, Donna. We (the majority) know your many talents.

Your pal, Tomas.


GodsDaughter says: Thank you Tommy man, I know I can write and think, that's about it!

How are you doing these days Tomas? Are you retired yet? There's talk about retirement ending at a later age, because many people are not yet ready to retire. Hope everything is going well for you.

You served in the war didn't you Tomas, I bet you have great stories to tell, and you're alive to tell them. You should write a book Tommy man about your experiences in the war, people love war books. I love to write poetry about war. If you need help to edit it I will help you.

Thanks Tomas for helping me to feel better, you're a good person and always have been!
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Re: I'll be in touch

Postby GodsDaughter1 » Mon Apr 18, 2011 4:28 am

cousinbasil wrote:
GD1 wrote:...all I do is be more wittier than they are

I think we should all try to be more wittier.


GodsDaughter says: I'm sorry Cousinbasil for calling you a moron, I know you're not a moron so I shouldn't lower my status by calling you one. I think I'm abusive when I call someone a moron, I don't want to call people down anymore, it's not intelligent. I must think of superior ways of putting people in their respective places other than denouncing them. My friend dumpster diving Scotty never puts anyone down, he's to brilliant for that, he uses his brain ultimately to put people in their places, and no one can dispute him and neither can I sometimes, however, I've had to put Scotty in his place too though, and he couldn't argue.

You're a good person too Cousinbasil, you don't like to be taken the wrong way, no one does, and you do try to put people straight with your keen sense of awareness.
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Re: I'll be in touch

Postby GodsDaughter1 » Mon Apr 18, 2011 5:13 am

Diebert van Rhijn wrote:The only compassionate thing is to tell Donna to leave, to stop, to reign herself in, to slap her in the proverbial face perhaps. Anyone encouraging her at this stage is dangerously clueless or just a self-absorbed SOB. There's this Dutch proverb: "gentle healers produce purulent wounds".


Donna says: Only a brilliant woman could slap me in the proverbial face, but, she would do it with kindness not combatively. Dan Rowden was the only man who ever came close to slapping me in the proverbial face, but fell short because of his inadequasies to handle a brilliant woman. Brilliant mental warfare is handled without the use of denouncement of the ego or spirit.

I need encouragement, encouragement to continue on, otherwise, I'd off myself in an instant! I cry too! But, for the most part I live life effortlessly and happy!
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Re: I'll be in touch

Postby cousinbasil » Mon Apr 18, 2011 8:41 am

Diebert wrote:Anyone encouraging her at this stage is dangerously clueless or just a self-absorbed SOB. There's this Dutch proverb: "gentle healers produce purulent wounds".

GD1 wrote:I need encouragement, encouragement to continue on, otherwise, I'd off myself in an instant!
Why would it be dangerous to encourage Donna in her writing? You are right, I am completely clueless as to why you'd say something like that. Who gets hurt if Donna follows her muse? Donna, you do understand that Diebert is trying in his clumsy Dutch way to suggest you cannot weather the rejection your writing efforts will bring upon you? And make no mistake, rejection will happen. If you google "writer rejection," you get over 8 million results. It's almost a rite of passage for the successful writer. I say go for it. If you do fail, you'll be in good company. But if you don't... You won't know unless you try. As for me, if you keep posting here, I will continue to point out inconsistencies and errors in what you present. Not much different from what a good editor would be trying to do, no?
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Re: I'll be in touch

Postby Blair » Mon Apr 18, 2011 11:53 am

I'll try to be a bit more wittier, and a little less shittier.

For primaDonna's sake.
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Re: I'll be in touch

Postby GodsDaughter1 » Mon Apr 18, 2011 4:03 pm

cousinbasil wrote:
Diebert wrote:Anyone encouraging her at this stage is dangerously clueless or just a self-absorbed SOB. There's this Dutch proverb: "gentle healers produce purulent wounds".

GD1 wrote:I need encouragement, encouragement to continue on, otherwise, I'd off myself in an instant!
Why would it be dangerous to encourage Donna in her writing? You are right, I am completely clueless as to why you'd say something like that. Who gets hurt if Donna follows her muse? Donna, you do understand that Diebert is trying in his clumsy Dutch way to suggest you cannot weather the rejection your writing efforts will bring upon you? And make no mistake, rejection will happen. If you google "writer rejection," you get over 8 million results. It's almost a rite of passage for the successful writer. I say go for it. If you do fail, you'll be in good company. But if you don't... You won't know unless you try. As for me, if you keep posting here, I will continue to point out inconsistencies and errors in what you present. Not much different from what a good editor would be trying to do, no?


GodsDaughter says: Foresta Gump will sell herself, she won't be rejected. She's been out for 9 years, I plan to let everyone know when Foresta's book comes out. I bet she'll be a best seller. It's not the kind of book that will make people financially richer, but it will open peoples eyes to a different perspective. The poetry is philosophical, not like the crap that is out there. The short stories are true, and the contemplations will include articles and reviews I've written, as well as humorous contemplations.

Foresta Gump has come thus far to fail now, she'll never fail!

Rejections I can handle, the suppressed sadness I feel I cannot handle.
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Re: I'll be in touch

Postby Blair » Tue Apr 19, 2011 1:26 am

Nitheaded stinkturd. Fuckweasel spastic pukebag douchelicking pissrat.
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Re: I'll be in touch

Postby cousinbasil » Tue Apr 19, 2011 2:14 am

Blair wrote:Nitheaded stinkturd. Fuckweasel spastic pukebag douchelicking pissrat.

Welcome back!
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Re: I'll be in touch

Postby Blair » Tue Apr 19, 2011 4:24 am

And who the fuck asked you for your less than two-cents worth...
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Re: I'll be in touch

Postby cousinbasil » Tue Apr 19, 2011 5:39 am

Blair wrote:And who the fuck asked you for your less than two-cents worth...

I knew you couldn't be less shittier.
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Re: I'll be in touch

Postby GodsDaughter1 » Tue Apr 19, 2011 7:52 am

Blair wrote:I'll try to be a bit more wittier, and a little less shittier.

For primaDonna's sake.


GodsDaughter says: This is a little bittier fittier!
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Re: I'll be in touch

Postby Tomas » Tue Apr 19, 2011 9:00 am

GodsDaughter1 wrote:
Blair wrote:I'll try to be a bit more wittier, and a little less shittier.

For primaDonna's sake.


GodsDaughter says: This is a little bittier fittier!

Be sure to include a couple pages of prince in your book.
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Re: I'll be in touch

Postby GodsDaughter1 » Wed Apr 20, 2011 10:08 am

Tomas wrote:
GodsDaughter1 wrote:
Blair wrote:I'll try to be a bit more wittier, and a little less shittier.

For primaDonna's sake.


GodsDaughter says: This is a little bittier fittier!

Be sure to include a couple pages of prince in your book.


GodsDaughter says: I'll write anyone's story considering it is news-worthy. Does Prince have a story that should be told, I'm the one to write it!

Anyone who has a short story they want told let me know, I'll be happy to include it in my book, providing it is unusual or interesting.
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Re: I'll be in touch

Postby Blair » Wed Apr 20, 2011 5:08 pm

Well that would be betterer than a book of commonplace, uninteresting short stories...

Rather than pick on you for your numerous grammatical and spelling errors, which cousinbasil is quite adept at, I'll just recommend you read some Philip K. DIck.
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Re: I love my job, it suits me perfectly!

Postby GodsDaughter1 » Wed Apr 20, 2011 5:19 pm

I love my job, it suits me perfectly!

It's true--I love what I do.

How many people can say they are happy with their jobs?

Are you happy with yours?

I'm doing what I love most which is writing; I'm sating my passion and getting paid for it, I'd say that's a good reason to be happy. And I made it happen myself, so if little me can do it, so can you! I say little me because I've been an insignificant little me for long enough now, so I'm going to become a big me, which will help all the other little me's to become big me's, like the big me's who helped me.

I just got home from an evening with Canada's Poet and laureate George Bowering; I interviewed him at his book-signing tonight. I asked him these two questions, Mr.Bowering from your position as an inspiring and influential author, what topic in Canada would you advise other writers to explore?

His answer was not long or insufferable, he simply stated that a writer should write about what's going on in their community or environment. Good answer I thought!

Another question I put forth to him was, for your readers Mr.Bowering, which one of your many books would you recommend as your favorite?

Mr.Bowering answered, My Darling Nellie Grey, an unusual and unique book of poetry, written a poem-a-day for 365 days a year. His hard work and dedication shows in this literary masterpiece of magnificence.
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Re: I'll be in touch

Postby Tomas » Fri Apr 22, 2011 6:03 am

brokenhead wrote:
Tomas wrote:
GodsDaughter1 wrote:And yes I am a great writer and the majority would agree with me!

Don't mind them, Donna. We (the majority) know your many talents.

Your pal, Tomas.

And you pipe down. The only place you would be in the majority is in Sing-Sing.

Your pal,
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cousinbasil=brokenhead=Sing-Sing

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Re: I'll be in touch

Postby cousinbasil » Fri Apr 22, 2011 12:09 pm

Not knowing what a sock puppet is, Tomas goes fishing.
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Re: I'll be in touch

Postby Blair » Fri Apr 22, 2011 3:03 pm

At least Tomas didn't dig up a two year old thread to call you one ~lol
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My Story is in May's Issue of Reader's Digest

Postby GodsDaughter1 » Fri Apr 29, 2011 3:11 pm

My Story is in May's Issue of Reader's Digest

It's in Life's Like That section in the back of the book and begins At a garage sale...

It's on the first page of Life's Like That.

It's a true story but it happened when I was in my early thirties.
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Re: My Story is in May's Issue of Reader's Digest

Postby Tomas » Fri Apr 29, 2011 9:24 pm

GodsDaughter1 wrote:My Story is in May's Issue of Reader's Digest

It's in Life's Like That section in the back of the book and begins At a garage sale...

It's on the first page of Life's Like That.

It's a true story but it happened when I was in my early thirties.

Donna,

Congrats ;-)

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