posted on Nov, 30 2011 @ 02:47 PM
Hey -guys-, is this a man thing, or a character flaw thing, or me. Some time back, I was chatting with a long distance aquaintence (many years
known), a macho gruff type of guy. I think, early '60's. I had a wild conspiracy experience when I was early 20s, of the kind of more fringe
sounding stuff frequent here on ATS, honest to God. During that traumatic time, out of fear and immaturity, I made a very wrong decision and
So, I ask my ('friend') "All this time later, what do you think of that whole affair?" (I don't know what I was fishing for, maybe something
like, "Well, I have a couple other insider sources, and one of them confirmed"....bla bla.)
Instead, he says he thinks I was "stupid" for doing that, and I "need to move on" (from that topic/memory.) End of story.
I immediately 'unfriended' him on Facebook. Sometime later, he noticed and asked did I do that, and I lied and said there are weird glitches going
How come you guys think you can call them stupid, and expect them to be like, "It's no biggie, you're still allright by me."
"Stupid" is a relation KILLER in my book. Once you do that (ONCE) byby, I never knew ye. Period.