12 Steps(revised) of TB Uncensored Anonymous

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Recent obsessive behavior forces me to repost these steps, slightly revised from before:

I have heard many refer to this board as an addiction. I am in denial, so I am not going to say I am addicted, but I have developed these 12 steps for those who are: 1) We admitted we were powerless over CPR, that our lives had become unmanageable.

2)Came to believe that CPR could restore us to sanity.

3) Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of the CPR as we understood himm.

4) Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of our posting and lurking behavior.

5) Admitted to the God, ourselves, and CPR the exact nature of our wrongs.

6) Became entirely ready for the CPR to remove our defects of posting/lurking.

7) Humbly asked him to delete our shortcomings.

8) Made a list of all the doomers who stil DGI and became willing to make life misearable for them all.

9) Made direct attacks wherever possible, except when to do so would make it TOO obvious we were completely wrong.

10) Continued to take personal inventory, and if we log back onto the board, promptly admit it.

11) Sought through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with CPR, praying only for knowledge of his will for us, and the power to carry it out without question.

12) Having had a spiritual awakening as a result of these steps, we tried to carry this message to other TB2000 sufferers who have not seen the light, and to practice these principals in all of our affairs.


-- FutureShock (gray@matter.think), February 29, 2000

Hey charles, come on, have a laugh on me-it is free

-- FutureShock (gray@matter.think), September 17, 2000


I thought you werent gonna do this no more name calling stuff.?

-- call me reg (a@real.person), September 17, 2000.

ALl I can say, CPR, is we love you, and hope that maybe, just maybe, you can get outside of yourself and see that this forum is not your forum-It is OUR forum, and aside from any excuse or justification you can come up with, you need to share. It is OUR forum to share, my friend, and I hope you can show what heart you do have by sharing with us.

-- FutureShock (gray@matter.think), September 17, 2000

-- Future Shock revisited (gray@matter.think), September 17, 2000.

7) Humbly asked him to delete our shortcomings.

Did you say DELETE???



-- (hmm@hmm.hmm), September 17, 2000.

Next time I go through Dallas I'm gonna stop by his office and take a huge crap in his mouth.

-- bubba big butt (holding@it.in), September 17, 2000.

cpr -- your communication style is different from mine. You saw one side of a problem and did what you could to help people. I saw the same problem and did what I could to help people. We're not all that different. Peace be with you.

-- helen (b@s.i), September 17, 2000.

Sorry Helen but what you leave out is that you simply could not help yourself because you were "under the influence" of things you still do not understand.

-- cpr (buytexas@swbell.net), September 18, 2000.

CPR, God loves you and so do I.

-- (Rev_ SmileyFace@Crystal.Cathedral), September 18, 2000.

"Sorry Helen but what you leave out is that you simply could not help yourself because you were "under the influence" of things you still do not understand."

And you are going to explain it to us? LOL.

-- (nemesis@awol.com), September 18, 2000.

Can somebody show me where I called CPR names in this thread? It is called parody, and it was meant to make light of things-no malintent there. Thought Charles might get a laugh. Oh well.

-- FutureShock (gray@matter.think), September 18, 2000.

cpr -- I'm still under the influence of needing to share food and time with others. I don't view that as a bad thing. The people who enjoyed the food they needed were glad we prepped for a non-event. I think it was to the greater good.

I also think that you would have helped your neighbors if things had gone bad. Your communication style on this board is not likely to be your in-person style -- I think you are a decent human being.

Peace be with you.

-- helen (b@s.j), September 18, 2000.

CPR: I think that you are a pathetic piece of crap.

(Yeah, yeah, not exactly what everyone else is saying here, but I feel SOOOO much better....)

-- King of Spain (madrid@aol.cum), September 18, 2000.

KOS -- you just need some warm, soothing mud. Have you lifted the Royal Ban on my adding champagne to the mix?

-- helen (b@s.k), September 18, 2000.


{Is it Festivus Season yet?}

-- flora (***@__._), September 18, 2000.

bubba big butt, that was entirely uncalled for..you should not hold it in,that could cause severe medical problems and you should not take a crap in cpr's mouth the next time you are in Dallas. I would suggest that you drop your load on his keyboard instead,by doing that it would give everyone a brief respite from his constant dribble.

-- not necessarily (a bubba big butt f@n.butt like his style), September 18, 2000.

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