Reverend Fritschler’s message for today:
I just wanta be a smarter. The best way to live in heaven is to always be sincere and never say anything incorrect or wrong. Always abide in the abode of perfectionism and never playfully act stupid or say things that sound stupid, you fools!!! The stairway to heaven is always doing your best with a serious demeanor and if you mess that shit up be sure to worry and agonize over how stupid you are.
I for one am tired of all these little devil’s saying stupid jokes and acting stupid on purpose. Come on grow up and be serious and sincere for once and quit trying to act like an idiot. What an epidemic…
In summary the best way to be is a compulsive liar stuck in a mindset of impressing others and always do your best but if it doesn’t work out instead of whining like a bitch keep it real by playing a clown. Why can’t all these straight faced miserable human beings that I am surrounded by get the simplicity of heaven or the complication of struggling against the strong winds of opposition in the metaphorical hell?
FYI, I did not get the reference to strong winds [actually, yes, I did], but what I what I am really curious about is this:
“In summary the best way to be is a compulsive liar stuck in a mindset of impressing others….”
Taking the example of a four year old child who likes to dress up and pretend to be various interesting people such as Santa Claus, are you suggesting that such a child might be dressing up in order to influence how other people interact with the child? “Yeah, now you have to line up to even talk to me and then sit on my lap and ask me for favors! This is AWESOME! I am like a judge in the courtroom, right?”
J R Fibonacci Hunn Some women wear make-up and some men wear rings on their fingers. Do you think that they do these things for some reason other than impressing others?
Is it ever useful or valuable to influence the perceptions or behaviors of others? For instance, consider someone who says “Hell no, I am not at all in to impressing other people. Don’t be ridiculous. That is the wrong way to be. I am compulsively the opposite of that wind, which, by the way, I would never light on fire if it happened to be coming out of my butt.”
J R Fibonacci Hunn I like to tell people how stupid it is for people to light their farts on fire and reassure them that I would never do something like that because that is probably just trying to impress others and I am already very arrogant so why would I need to do such a thing? Naivete is for young people and those with things still left to learn and I certainly have not been like that for months.
J R Fibonacci Hunn So anyway, you know what I really hate? No? Well, then I’ll just tell you.
Not that I want to tell you. I am just doing it for your own good because that is the right thing to do and I am doing unto others how I would want them to do unto me. Peoplehave a duty to do the things that I think they have a duty to do, like in this case I simply must tell you what I really hate because I want you to know that I don’t mind either way. In other words, impressing you or influencing you has nothing to do with these words that I may or may not be using.
J R Fibonacci Hunn I hate liars. Like this one actor who played Napoleon Dynamite told me that when he was 4, he dressed up as a clown named Santa Claus and told fictitious stories to naive cows simply to warn them about the dangers of a certain haristyle called an afro.
Disgusting right? Repulsive! Sickening! Disturbing! The dude needs to be given some serious medications and locked in a “correctional” warehouse so he can learn to have more respect for that one social prohibition against “thou shalt not lying.”
You’re welcome. Oh, and I also hate people who do not appreciate me as much as I seem to think that they should. They SUCK!