The Resentments We Harbor by Leslie A. Fischman
The Resentment We Harbor by Leslie A. Fischman
The resentments we harbor are usually due to some expectation that something need be said to keep something from occurring we think necessary to keep something past from happening or something responsible connected past that is reason for something occurring usually a delusional connection like an Ohio Street Meeting and an Ohio Shooting or a Marymount Speaker and a Marymount Santa Barbara Death. These are just guilty feeling they bear and connections they assembled and their speakers I was just a member of their audience a Law Student. Middle fingers up holds her pose Justice Ginsberg in reply to my Ex-Sponsor on her page middle fingers up on a Chair lift bitter middle fingers back to her audience up a chair lift October 2017 after Las Vegas. We are in mourning, why so negative? Defensive? When no one is accusing anyone of misconduct. I’m not being defensive.
Information made known makes no difference forward only meant to help to shed light makes no difference either way, what my family knows, or the inner workings of The Simpson Trial has nothing to do with 9/11 or whether my Father told Nicole Brown Simpson to go back to OJ Simpson or not, really makes no difference at all. OJ went to jail 2008-2017 because I committed suicide and my Dad died with a hemangioma, that is why. There is really no other reason why, and two Attorneys died. In a state of delusion a sticker on a van that said follow me, I thought terrorism plot, and committed suicide, so when I woke, after writing a suicide note I later shredded and a neighbor read, I thought let’s try this plan 9/11 detective plan again. And everything worked out: I only had to go to jail 4 times and the psych ward 7 times for 14 days to convince everyone that this was the most sound way forward. Don’t flick me off like I’m the problem or the negative one, its you guys negative not me. I’m a very positive loving person, kind, focused, hardworking, very generous, giving, a cubicle girl.