On Mon, 26 Mar 2001 19:43:26 -0700, "Nelson" <[email protected]>
>It was not murder. It was an accident and PTSNESS causes accidents. Dont be
>coy about it. You know exactly what I meant. First your type drives people
>to distraction till they make a fatal mistake then you say the cult did it
>to them. No one may have intended her to be killed, but upset and worry and
>distraction is sure the stated intention of a lot of critics. So enjoy the
>fruits of you labours: a dead girl. Feel big and powerful now?
Nelson, I was thinking about an early Hemet picket, one of the last ones before Edwin Richardson and Frank Petty came on the scene. I didn't mention it on a.r.s because I didn't want to cause her any trouble, but a slim young woman, light hair, pony tail, and light brown shorts set up a sprinkler system on the lawn north of the road between the ship and the high point of the road. She looked at me picketing and waved. Again, I didn't comment on it, though I might have in IRC, but I noticed late the next day that the sprinkler had run for over 24 hours in the same place. I have begun to wonder if it was Stacy I saw out there, and if she was punished either for leaving the sprinkler on or for waving at me. If what happened to her was the result of either wouldn't you consider it excessive? Keith Henson