Mormon v Hasidic

Jonny Harris in youtube explains his exit from Mormonism, and part of his story emphasized being a good Mormon including all the stuff from birth through marriage . . this text will also be a comment on YouTube, but he’s got 3K comments . . . Dear Johnny: Your vid and the way you told your personal and emotional story is awesome, and if I were to ping you for the best part it’s how you omitted your wife’s story, which emphasized proper borders. Please, I’m begging; I’ll do anything, por favor please don’t hear the stories of others and rank degree of difficulty against your own, because what sets the difficulty level best is one’s own ability to deal with his or her change. Sincerely, Tom Doody What I want Johnny to understand most of all is that his story could be as important as a Brooklyn Hasidic Jew now Hollywood uber driver or someone whose financial slip terminates a country club membership. Hollywood director says: "now enter Hasidic Jew" or Hollywood directory says: "now enter Mormon". The costume of the Hasidic man must be worn daily even as an uber driver and even as a not-Hasidic man. The Uber driver auditioning for roles as a Hasidic man cannot afford to cut the distinctive sideburns for fear that the perfect audition might be next week. The former Brooklyn now Hollywood man might score higher on the degree of difficulty just because he can’t cut his sideburns. It’s what might seem like trivial differences that might bump one’s story higher on degree of difficulty, but the value of each story is harvested by the listener, and Johnny, with his post, now has 3K to listen to. I have a story with stretch is like Johnny’s, and I came to think of it as a wholesale of friends, and then . . . what we had was more common membership, and less friendship. This formalized membership could make the financial slip and country club membership termination a degree of difficulty that scores near the top when at first glance it might seem WTF you didn’t need those snobby club members as friends anyway. Wholesaling friends will be at the heart of all 3K stories seeking a listener.

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BBC my daily digital art inspired by whale-eats-man story

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seems everybody knows Hollywood’s most-famous wizard is the 1 x posed by a little dog named Toto but but but some readers might imagine Harry Potter . . . . . no friend of my troll wizard thinks of Harry Potter when they think of their friend

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the nicest thing about trolls like wizard who criticize me is eye know the attention eye get on youtube for my own material is near zero, so it can be estimated that the only one who will hear my audio youtube reply to wizard is the wizard himself . . the wizard can write a comment, but almost nobody will read it

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12 June, 2021 00:22

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eye’m home after feeding hungry New Yorquiños with the last one a woman whose party had started, and she was not drunk and old enough, so I delivered two bottles of liquor to a Friday night party capping a nice night of deliveries . . meanwhile Hana has been sorting through travel destinations, which all roads seem to point to Croatia. This is a perfect example of how my blogging occupies a place that sometimes but not all the time stays separate from real life. With all the things lifting me I manage to reply to a troll who calls himself: "wizard" and like the most famous Hollywood wizard there is a gap between this man’s value and reality. I am sure without the ability to prove it nobody that knows this troll consideres him a wizard. This faux wizard took Erika’s comment as a shot detecting my weakness, so he attempted to pile on . . unless the predominant wind changes in my life short term wizard failed to deflate me. The wizard writes with the sense he’s cool and others will read his insults of me reinforcing his sense he’s cool, and somehow he’ll lift up as if Hollywood’s most famous wizard never had the curtain pulled back . . as if wizard’s fantasy that he’s cool continues unabated

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wizard is impulsive w zero forethought yet writes FUCK F**K! dear kind readers it’s okay 2 spell out fuck on my blog even if ur Catholic and ur mom reads like wat seems 2b happening w Wizard

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wizard comment this blog

the Catholic woman who was my first wife has reason 2 feel her life advanced w me and continued 2 advance w out me but but but ¿Wizard? claims my exit messed her up ONE: Erika "called me out" a claim she wud probably soften or deny TWO: my exit messed my 1st wife up a claim 1st wife wud probably deny wizard has strange literacy writes but but but super-low reading comprehension and no evidence of premeditation in wizard’s writing my blog usually attracts comments of ppl w more comprehensive literacy in total comments attracted by my blog remain high quality and low frequency so 4now eye’ll continue 2 filter thru shit like this fr wizard

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public disclosure

At this moment I thought about a ebook with stuff from my blog that Erika has commented on, because it would be an express way to focus a topic among my recreational blog way to scattered to be considered an ebook. As women are from Venus men are from Mars says: "women care and talk about relationships", and Erika’s focus, detailed reading and recall is awesomely focused on relationships. Most recently she commented about the outrage my wife, Hana, might feel by my disclosure about marriage problems in my blog, but she can’t understand: ONE: she writes from a pseudonym rather than an authentic name like I do TWO: she’s a woman imagining how a woman would feel. Dear kind readers who are men: This exchange between Erika and me is highly relevant if you’re heterosexual and in a marriage with a woman. I’ve known marriage ends in divorce half the time, and the other half end with the death of one or both parties. With no-fault divorce and irreconcilable differences why does Erika think it’s so outrages that I made a ¿Public declaration? No body close to me will comment: "I read in your blog about your problems, are you okay?". This would require disclosing that the person is reading my blog, which is a detail no body discloses. Okay, one exception, Bob, and amigo from prep school has told me, "I read your blog", and he is the only one. The awkward conversation about my personal problems is not expected to happen with anyone ever. I was excluded from a family reunion in 2012, and the vid created by me when I learned of this news has views in the triple digits, and not one person has asked about it. Even though my blog is public, I’m not a celebrity, public official, or large company officer, so I have the liberty to disclose shit with no expectation of blowback. Point TWO: men should understand if a marriage ends in divorce, then public disclosure of problems is required. If a man can heal and get passed the pain, then he’ll have reason to look back and ask . . . ¿Irreconcilable? yes, it was irreconcilable when the marriage ended, but was the marriage always ¿Irreconcilable?, and the answer is sometimes yes, but many times no. If there was a time the marriage was reconcilable, but deteriorated to irreconcilable, then a man has reason to ask himself what could he have done, or more importantly, What will he do in marriage two if the pattern repeats?. Will he know the marriage is deteriorating, and if so, what will he do. Public disclosure might have helped, which is exactly my Q&A from marriage one that lead me to my recent disclosure. As I understand Kim and Kanye, they denied repeatedly marriage problems, and after filing Kim cries in an interview destroyed over feeling like a failure. If Kim’s sentiment is authentic, then . . . might it be better if one party, probably the man, makes public disclosure of problems sooner given the fact divorce requires public disclosure.

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