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« Reply #2460 on: August 03, 2019, 03:18:25 PM »
Imma just let it sit there and make money. But yeah, I'm trying to kick the addiction. My true home has always been Bellgab.

you should probably help out your YouTube friend, Being There. she seems to be under the impression that BellGab is attacking her.

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« Reply #2461 on: August 03, 2019, 03:30:16 PM »
you should probably help out your YouTube friend, Being There. she seems to be under the impression that BellGab is attacking her.

Oh honey. I can't even help myself. You of all people should know that.

If MW wants to make some sweet money off this domain, she'll double his asking price, allegedly.

I wouldn't mess with a woman who has more money than God, but you kids do you.

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« Reply #2462 on: August 03, 2019, 03:48:55 PM »
This is not "making money." This is moving money around. "Making money" means creating actual wealth--digging for gold, growing food, effective education. Things like that. Things that actually have value.

Congratulations on your succeed.


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« Reply #2463 on: August 03, 2019, 03:49:43 PM »
Oh honey. I can't even help myself. You of all people should know that.

If MW wants to make some sweet money off this domain, she'll double his asking price, allegedly.

I wouldn't mess with a woman who has more money than God, but you kids do you.

Iím not sure if itís ironic or not that a Jew would be warning people to fear people with money at this point. :-\


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« Reply #2464 on: August 03, 2019, 03:54:00 PM »
Oh honey. I can't even help myself. You of all people should know that.

If MW wants to make some sweet money off this domain, she'll double his asking price, allegedly.

I wouldn't mess with a woman who has more money than God, but you kids do you.

Michael VanderHooven cannot be bought!

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« Reply #2465 on: August 03, 2019, 04:43:21 PM »
Michael VanderHooven cannot be bought!

For $10 - $16K? That's some decent coin.

Message me, Liberace. She wants to negotiate. Seriously.

I for one don't want this site to go anywhere. Then I'll have nothing to do all day. It's either hang around this place or start a new channel called "HEY, BRIG! HEYYYY! 👋" ❤

Sigh. I guess I'll go back to the Falkie thread. **defeat**

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« Reply #2466 on: August 03, 2019, 04:52:16 PM »
For $10 - $16K? That's some decent coin.

Message me, Liberace. She wants to negotiate. Seriously.

I for one don't want this site to go anywhere. Then I'll have nothing to do all day. It's either hang around this place or start a new channel called "HEY, BRIG! HEYYYY! 👋" ❤

Sigh. I guess I'll go back to the Falkie thread. **defeat**

Being There should make an account here, brig will make her thread, ill post her videos. win win.

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« Reply #2467 on: August 03, 2019, 05:30:46 PM »
For $10 - $16K? That's some decent coin.
Being God doesnít seem very lucrative if she can only offer 10-16K.  I think a $500K offer would show wealth and maybe have a chance at enticing someone to sell something that is not on the market.

P.S. I want a 7 percent agent fee if this offer happens.

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« Reply #2468 on: August 03, 2019, 06:34:01 PM »
BIG SLOPPY SMOOCHES TO YOU!  :-*

I see now that she left a comment ... where ... on Romeo Groyper's channel? OH LORD.

George is trying to get her to buy this domain. I screamed, "GOOD GOD, NOOOO!" when I heard it. Where the f**k would all my views come from if that happened? I'd lose my biggest fans.

I dont watch your videos TBH to fucking boring EBZ eating his boogers is better content



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« Reply #2469 on: August 03, 2019, 06:39:54 PM »
Greetings.

Are you guys bugging George's benefactor?

That's the word on the YT skreets. I've never revealed the name. I imagine he shared it with his Circle of Trust.

#FRIENDSHIP

Your sounding a little more like your old self. Maybe it is just the transition from video to print?

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« Reply #2470 on: August 03, 2019, 06:43:19 PM »
Oh I would love to know the backstory to that!  Let me guess -- brig carefully documented how many times Nancy interrupted her longsuffering husband with a feminist critique of the paranormal?

Actually I liked Nancy a lot as just about the only person offering any kind of criticism (in the academic sense) in this area, though I thought her conclusions were horsefeathers.

I always thought brig might be Swedish but now given the derivation I wonder if she's Irish.

I wish she were still around here to ask (or that I caught it and had asked her at the time.) But I suppose Brig could be the daughter of John Gotti?  :(

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« Reply #2471 on: August 03, 2019, 06:47:55 PM »
Here you go, kids. NOW GET TO WORK! Get it monetized.


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« Reply #2472 on: August 03, 2019, 06:51:01 PM »
Your sounding a little more like your old self. Maybe it is just the transition from video to print?

I'm always better in print. I never got that netglow thing down.

Plus, I was born here. Bellgab is my native tongue.

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« Reply #2473 on: August 03, 2019, 06:57:21 PM »
I wish she were still around here to ask...

Another casualty of Trump's election.


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« Reply #2474 on: August 03, 2019, 07:14:03 PM »
Another casualty of Trump's election.



Wait, where is she??? I JUST MADE A WHOLE NEW CHANNEL FOR HER!!!!!!!!!!

Hey Liberace, an insanely wealthy woman in Australia would like to buy this domain. I'm sure you'd think I'd be right up in the front lines rootin' for this business transaction, but no.

Because SENDAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!

However, if you'd like to negotiate with her financial people, lemme know.

As for me, my life is now dedicated to trying to STOP HER from sending any more $$$ to Senda.

The rest of you would do well to stop TROLLING her and try to start EDUCATING her in a VERY GENTLE WAY. I nominate Rally Squirrel.

(Seriously, you guys. She really is terminally ill, and this is Saint Seraphim talking: She's trying to do some good in the world. We all need to join forces and GENTLY and KINDLY show her that SENDA is not the mark she wants to leave on the world.)

And HELL YES, I'm bitter. Any and all MONEYS in that respect should go to ME.

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« Reply #2475 on: August 03, 2019, 07:28:23 PM »
Wait, where is she??? I JUST MADE A WHOLE NEW CHANNEL FOR HER!!!!!!!!!!

Hey Liberace, an insanely wealthy woman in Australia would like to buy this domain. I'm sure you'd think I'd be right up in the front lines rootin' for this business transaction, but no.

Because SENDAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!

However, if you'd like to negotiate with her financial people, lemme know.

As for me, my life is now dedicated to trying to STOP HER from sending any more $$$ to Senda.

The rest of you would do well to stop TROLLING her and try to start EDUCATING her in a VERY GENTLE WAY. I nominate Rally Squirrel.

(Seriously, you guys. She really is terminally ill, and this is Saint Seraphim talking: She's trying to do some good in the world. We all need to join forces and GENTLY and KINDLY show her that SENDA is not the mark she wants to leave on the world.)

And HELL YES, I'm bitter. Any and all MONEYS in that respect should go to ME.
You became Senda...

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« Reply #2476 on: August 03, 2019, 07:41:18 PM »
Hey Liberace, an insanely wealthy woman in Australia would like to buy this domain.


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« Reply #2477 on: August 03, 2019, 08:01:55 PM »
Any and all MONEYS in that respect should go to ME.

i agree, if only all the people who post here would donate 5 dollars a month you could focus on this great site and youtuve exclusively.

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« Reply #2478 on: August 03, 2019, 08:19:36 PM »
Imma just let it sit there and make money. But yeah, I'm trying to kick the addiction. My true home has always been Bellgab.

PraiseMV!

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« Reply #2479 on: August 03, 2019, 08:42:20 PM »
You became Senda...

I give away more money than I get. So respectfully, no.

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« Reply #2480 on: August 03, 2019, 08:46:12 PM »
i agree, if only all the people who post here would donate 5 dollars a month you could focus on this great site and youtuve exclusively.

$5 a day and it's a deal.

Wait ... how many of you are there?

Maybe not.

Start your own channels. I'll kick off the BG threads and send you subs. Just don't inbox me about feet and we'll be all good.

#FRIENDSHIP

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« Reply #2481 on: August 03, 2019, 09:29:29 PM »
Just don't inbox me about feet

Why do you loathe feet ~desu?


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« Reply #2482 on: August 03, 2019, 09:31:54 PM »
Why do you loathe feet ~desu?



STAHHHHHHHHP! U NASTY!

It's just not my (toe)jam.

Triggered.  :'(

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« Reply #2483 on: August 03, 2019, 09:36:24 PM »
You are very funny Miss Fallen Seraph.

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« Reply #2484 on: August 03, 2019, 11:00:47 PM »
You are very funny Miss Fallen Seraph.

okay, this is epic.

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« Reply #2485 on: August 03, 2019, 11:26:50 PM »
You lives as a lesbian, what the fuck does that even mean?
Did you read Black Like Me and decide to do your own take on it, Dyke like me?

And why did it stop after 15 years, as the experiment over? Did you decide to live as a pansexual and see how that was?
Me living as a lesbian means I was out of the closet.  I said in the post that I endured every typical oppression gay people endure, so I don't see why you are challenging me.  Oppressions such as being thrown out of my parent's home and having nowhere to go before age 21 while a full time student.  Such as being terrified alone on the way home, by a man who stalked women after they left gay establishments (That same day he did kill a lesbian walking alone; I had mace out so maybe he didn't want me).  Such as not being able to do normal, spontaneous sharing at work or school about my personal life.  Such as not finding acceptance in many churches.  Such as feeling my soul was so squeezed that my identity was smashed between who I am versus who the world wanted me to be, which resulted in painful decisions.  Such as knowing my male friends were living with agonizing fatal disease and dying young.  And many more oppressions I don't have time to dredge up right now.

Millions of lesbians start out dating men, get married, have children and then in their 40s decide to live as lesbians.  Happens all the time, at least during my generation.  People change.

I don't think of anything as "ending".  I am still me.   Three Dimensional.  Don't be so linear.  If you want to get into the dynamics of my psycho-sexual development and the kind of extended family that fostered it, we could talk about the root reasons for the change.  Would you ask someone coming out as gay (after a marriage or whatever) the reason for the "end" of their heterosexuality?  Would you ask a tranny their rationale for wanting to "end" their gender?

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« Reply #2486 on: August 03, 2019, 11:41:54 PM »
A bisexual person could theoretically live as either persuasion for a while and retrospectively speak of lesbians as "them".  That seems to me the simplest explanation.
I was attracted to women.  I never felt "bi".  When I was gay, I was gay.  100%.  My Dad hated it.  My mom hated it.  My siblings hated it.  I couldn't tell family friends.  Some family friends were very uncomfortable, so over the years I lost touch with peers because their parents had been uncomfortable.  Being gay was a sacrifice, due to societal intolerance at the time.  Having no innate support from anyone from childhood family or friends, I had little choice but to become immersed in the gay community, where I remained for a very long time.  I really don't see any issue here.

More than a decade later, I went through some changes regarding something that happened to me as a child.  Afterward, I gravitated toward men more and I am not sexually attracted to women anymore.  It would be really difficult even trying to be interested in a woman romantically.  Does not sound appealing at all.

I often wish I still were gay.  When I was gay, I didn't have to put up with ANY of the bullsh** men pull on women.  I was free, liberated from the effects of male "privilege" in my personal life.  It was wonderful.  I miss that most.  But, there really doesn't seem to be any turning back.

This isn't that uncommon; it's just usually done in the reverse order.  Women of my generation usually lived straight lives and finally found who they really were in middle age when their children were grown and peri-menopause set in.  I'm not unique - I just did it in the opposite order.  I have always been one to tackle the hard stuff first and not procrastinate.  I knew being gay would be a sacrifice of family, childhood friends, and family friends.  I decided to get it done and get on with it early.  I just came out, got it done and moved on earlier than most people of my generation.

As for what happened 15 years later, well, people change.  Some people decide to get divorced.   Others need a sex change.  Others come out of the closet.  People LIVE - that means they grow and change.  Labels don't matter that much.

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« Reply #2487 on: August 04, 2019, 12:06:19 AM »
I'm sure that you will be upset and offended by this observation. But, I'm going to put on my official self appointed life coach hat for a moment...

It is very interesting that you use the phrase "I suffered everything some of them suffer" I'm sure you will not take it to heart, and you will deny it- but to a casual observer, it seems like you are trying to distance yourself from "them".

Before you completely dismiss this, consider if you would say that as a woman you suffered everything that some of them suffer? Probably not. If you have been "out" for 15 years, I have to assume that for a large part of your life you denied it to the outside world, and probably to yourself as well- and there may still be a piece that wants to be separate.

Let the walls of text and anger begin (rather than honest reflection.) This time I promise (sort of) not to say much. You can say that it was just an honest error in communication, that you are fully accepting, and I will at least try not to argue. Just a brief observation from your friendly neighbourhood life coach...
I could do without inaccurate character assassination at the beginning of your last paragraph.  And I never censored you or said you talk to much.  It's not how much you say; it's the words you choose.

And I never claimed to be fully accepting of lesbians so don't put words in my mouth.  I was a lesbian for 15 years, and I support the gay community.  But no one, NO ONE, needs to be "fully" accepting, as you suggest.  The gay community is rife with addiction, immorality, mobbing, as well as every other problem that every social group has.  Nothing makes gay people saints just because they are gay.  In every group, whether gay, straight, green or purple, you will find wonderful people as well as not-so-wonderful people.  Also, minority communities suffer special dysfunctions because their people are united by only one thing in common.  Whereas, WASP communities tend to gather around common values (churches, associations, politics).  But, gays on the whole only have one value in common:  That of being gay.  So, socially, being in the gay community is a real mixed bag.  I don't think "fully accepting" is a relevant term for a group so large.  I mean, I'm not "fully accepting" of any political party, any religious denomination, any huge group - because huge groups always have underbellies.  It makes me angry that you would presume how you think I should think I should feel ("fully accepting").  Especially since you've missed the whole gist of me not even being gay.

Of course I said "them" for gays.  Of course I had to distance myself.  Because I can't use the word "us".  Because I'm not gay.  Duh.

Hating the idea of being in the closet, I came out gay early in young adult life.  It took a lot of courage because the losses I suffered afterward were high.  I was very young to be so disdained by family and so unsupported by family friends.  Uh, yes, the "piece that wants to be separate" from gayness started about 17 years ago when I was much older and went straight.  I would like you to have a better understanding of basic post facts before confronting me.

Anyhow, it's not that I "have been out for 15 years".  It's that I WAS out for 15 years.

You've missed the over-arching point here, which is that Brig ate her own when she mobbed me.

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« Reply #2488 on: August 04, 2019, 12:14:11 AM »
I could do without inaccurate character assassination at the beginning of your last paragraph.  And I never censored you or said you talk to much.  It's not how much you say; it's the words you choose.

And I never claimed to be fully accepting of lesbians so don't put words in my mouth.  I was a lesbian for 15 years, and I support the gay community.  But no one, NO ONE, needs to be "fully" accepting, as you suggest.  The gay community is rife with addiction, immorality, mobbing, as well as every other problem that every social group has.  Nothing makes gay people saints just because they are gay.  In every group, whether gay, straight, green or purple, you will find wonderful people as well as not-so-wonderful people.  Also, minority communities suffer special dysfunctions because their people are united by only one thing in common.  Whereas, WASP communities tend to gather around common values (churches, associations, politics).  But, gays on the whole only have one value in common:  That of being gay.  So, socially, being in the gay community is a real mixed bag.  I don't think "fully accepting" is a relevant term for a group so large.  I mean, I'm not "fully accepting" of any political party, any religious denomination, any huge group - because huge groups always have underbellies.  It makes me angry that you would presume how you think I should think I should feel ("fully accepting").  Especially since you've missed the whole gist of me not even being gay.

Of course I said "them" for gays.  Of course I had to distance myself.  Because I can't use the word "us".  Because I'm not gay.  Duh.

Hating the idea of being in the closet, I came out gay early in young adult life.  It took a lot of courage because the losses I suffered afterward were high.  I was very young to be so disdained by family and so unsupported by family friends.  Uh, yes, the "piece that wants to be separate" from gayness started about 17 years ago when I was much older and went straight.  I would like you to have a better understanding of basic post facts before confronting me.

Anyhow, it's not that I "have been out for 15 years".  It's that I WAS out for 15 years.

You've missed the over-arching point here, which is that Brig ate her own when she mobbed me.

Don't get it confused Sixteen.  You may be one of my favorite posters, but we have nothing, let me repeat, nothing in common, and I have never considered you "one of my own".

With all that said, you are one of my favorite posters, because you make me laugh a lot, and I like to laugh.

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« Reply #2489 on: August 04, 2019, 12:32:35 AM »
A bisexual person could theoretically live as either persuasion for a while and retrospectively speak of lesbians as "them".  That seems to me the simplest explanation.
I've thought a lot about bisexuality.  I have many years to look back on, though.  Early in life, it would have been simplistic to say I was bi.  So, I never said it.  Because I didn't feel bi.  There were transitions.  Like most gays, I had heterosexual experiences before cementing my lesbian ways.  But, I was consternated about not identifying as gay.  I don't think a truly bi person would have felt so consternated.

Aren't most people aware of attractive or interesting potential mates most of the time?  Like, in an average month, surely the average Jane or Joe sees at least, at least 5 people they could be interested in.  Surely we can all agree on that very low estimate, right?  Many people mentally sleep with every women the see!  So, being attracted to 5 people a month, whether real or on TV, even just for a moment, is probably well within normal sexual behavior.  Do you agree?  So, to take that logic further, I was lesbian for about 180 months.  And yet, I only remember being attracted to two guys.  Ever.  And I got around - I was at points a student working multiple jobs, a full time employee of a very large corporation, a big socializer, etc...  So, I just don't think the label "bi" applied.

Then there was a transitional period while I reconsidered my sexual identity 17 years ago.  For a couple years, I hovered between the gay community and the straight community when I socialized.  I just didn't feel gay anymore at all.  In the 17 years since I have been straight, I have only really even noticed one female at all "that way".  Considering the average person sees 5 people a month who they find attractive or romantically interesting, and considering I've been straight for over 200 months, and I've only noticed on woman that way, then I just don't think I'm bi.  If I were bi, I also wouldn't feel slightly repelled by the general thought of being romantic with a woman.

So, there have only been three counter sexual-identity attractions in 15+17 years.  You'd expect a lot more from a bi person.  And each of those three people were androgynous in appearance and personality.  So they probably don't even really count as counter sexual-identity attractions.

I think this just sums up that labels help society understand people, but labels shouldn't be too contrived because not every situation involves snap judgments and sound bytes.