Sunday, August 21, 2011

Words of Wisdom from our Favorite Sociopathic Peep

Life challenges don't define who you are but they often reveal you to yourself
- James Arthur Ray
 James James James James James :::

Bad grammar aside ::: I think you got it wrong ::: AGAIN!  Then again perhaps I'm wrong (it's been known to happen) and you actually enjoy looking and sounding like an idiot.

First off ::: yeah, life challenges don't define you ::: or rather us.  But they sure as hell alter us and our perceptions of things.  If we're smart ::: and paying attention to what's going around us ::: we LEARN from these experiences.  Hopefully ::: if we're good people and we don't have our heads up our proverbial ass ::: the experience helps us to improve and grow as human beings.

Here's the kicker ::: if we're good people ::: we do GOOD things ::: no one dies ::: everyone goes home ::: we know we're loved and life is good.  If we're a sociopathic nut case (sound like anyone we know?) ::: we treat everyone like shit ::: a bunch of people die ::: many more are hospitalized ::: not everyone goes home ::: all sane people hate us and life generally sucks.

What did the events of Spiritual Warrior 2009
teach you about yourself James?
Do you think you handled that particular "Life Challenge" well?
Did you treat people well??? ::: NO.
Do you treat people better now??? ::: NO.
Have you made amends for your actions??? ::: NO.

You actions lead to two conclusions ::: either you're phenomenally stupid and incapable of learning ::: or you basically don't give a shit about ANYONE except YOURSELF.  My money is on the latter.

WTF is your problem?  WAIT ::: Don't answer!!!  Like a LOT of people ::: I already know.   Why don't you surprise everyone and FINALLY do the right thing.  Stop hurting people ::: stop all the legal bullshit ::: MAKE AMENDS ::: stop pretending you're someone you're not ::: face your actions like the man you say you are.  GO TO JAIL JAMES.


  1. I wish with all my might that JAR would wake up, smell the coffee and realize his biggest problem is himself. HE could do with a little introspection that could happen in the space of say........solitary confinement.

  2. Jeannika... you are very skilled at decoding these "tweets" and quotes by this deluded man. When I see JAR's name attached to any touted piece of "wisdom"... I quickly discount it. I enjoy your take on things. Thank you for having the courage to speak up.