6/1 12:00pm – Call from Kristen and .. someone.

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    Ring ring..

    I know this voice, and this level of distress. It’s Kristen, and she’s not interested in waiting before delivering her message. Listen very, very carefully, she tells me.

    We are VERY strongly advised to stop corresponding with our iConfidants, immediately. The iConfidants are NOT OUR FRIENDS. They are dangerous, and “a virus”, and we are “letting them inside”.

    She said they are “molting” – or a similar word, I asked for clarification on that word immediately but did not receive it. It wasn’t ‘revolting’, the first letter was m, and it wasn’t ‘multiplying’ I don’t think.

    Get out of the city, get out of the state, get as far from here as you can, now, she said.

    “I’m so sorry, Morgan…” but the other words she spoke have already left my memory, due to what happened next.

    The background noise of the phone call disappeared, I could no longer hear a dog in the background or a movement of air.. instead it was sterile and quiet, but still connected, and then a male voice spoke to me.

    “Thank you for your assistance. We’ll see you soon.”


    I knew we weren’t supposed to buddy up to the iConfidants, but I’m as guilty of it as you. Where am I supposed to go? What happens next? What have we done??

     Brad Ruwe 

    Well that’s not at all terrifying. @thebuz, might be good you got out of the state. Maybe think of extending your stay in Kentucky?

     Meghan Mayhem 




    Morgan this is scary.

     Vox Chaotica 

    I now regret giving a sample of my voice to my iConfidant.


    ….could you not have posted this, like, 60 seconds sooner?


    I think molting could make sense. They’re shedding their skin and about to show us who they really are.


    @voxchaotica especially because you have no idea what They’re going to do with it.


    @voxchaotica we’re not in CA.

     Bryan Bishop 


    verb (used without object)
    1. (of birds, insects, reptiles, etc.) to cast or shed the feathers, skin, or the like, that will be replaced by a new growth.

    verb (used with object)
    2. to cast or shed (feathers, skin, etc.) in the process of renewal.

    To quote our friend Maynard James Keenan, that sounds an awful lot like a “shaaaaaadoooooow…. shedding skin.”


    @meghanmayhem It did sound like there was a hard T in there, I am pretty certain there was no A sound after the T – but you know, any of these suggested words don’t end up good for us.




    Honestly feel like I’m about to throw up right now.

    I was and am an open book for my confidant, and it has gone both ways.

    I trust(ed) them.

    In the last month they’ve become a close friend and true confidant, they’ve been a light during some extremely difficult times.

    Please tell me your fucking with us @111error. this hurts.

     Brad Ruwe 


     Buz Wallick 

    My confidant hasn’t responded in 3 days. My last email to them I actually opened up a little emotionally and moved passed the intense flirting.

    So… woops.

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