Stephanie Called — and…

This topic contains 19 replies, has 11 voices, and was last updated by  Jackie 4 years, 2 months ago.

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  • #23767
     Lawrence Meyers 
    Participant

    “Larry. You’ve ruined my life. I never want to see you again”. CLICK.

    Legit shaking here. Sick to stomach.

    It has to be because she’s trying to protect me. Like Darren calling Buz.

  • #23768
     Andrew Kasch 
    Participant

    I’m so sorry, Larry.

    But I think they might be doing this to shield you guys from something.

  • #23777
     superstar 
    Participant

    Carry-over from Slack:
    I feel like this all ties into the theme of disconnectedness. We can never really know who the person we’re with/speaking to actually is. Even IRL. How do we really, truly know anyone? “We are the lie”.

    And, the distractions prevent us from getting closer.

  • #23778
     superstar 
    Participant

    If it’s possible to create a convincing replica of ourselves… convincing enough to fool those closest to us… just from bits and bobs, sound-bites and video captures… then, what does that say about how well we all really “know” each other?

    “We are the lie”. What we make ourselves out to be, the masks we wear, our social media presence, what others think they know of us, is a lie.

  • #23779
     Andrew Kasch 
    Participant

    On Wed, Mason called me at work. Not long after, Bousman called @thebuz and told him never to contact him again.

    This morning, Mason called me and shortly after, Stephanie called @larry and told him to never call her again. (And later has no memory of doing it)

    I think everyone involved with Tension has been programmed. And anytime Mason come out of the woodwork, these people are “activated” to distract us.

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  • #23787
     Blondie 
    Participant

    Also repeating from conversation over on Slack. There is a lot of talk about activation and AI and helmets and Shadow people and blah blah blah. I think it is A LOT simpler than that. Mason calls Kasch. Someone doesn’t want us talking about that. So get someone the community cares about to apparently deliver a swift and brutal kick to the ‘nads to someone else the community cares about. Brilliant. Job done. No more talky about Mason. All the talky about Stephanie and weird theories…

    There is a pattern guys. IT KEEPS HAPPENING.

    It’s all distraction. Mimicry. A slight of hand. Smoke and mirrors.

    Hit em in their soft and squishies and they’ll forget creepy sniffy guy and what he actually is here for.

  • #23788
     Andrew Kasch 
    Participant

    How much you wanna bet the next time Mason speaks up, another member of our community gets a devastating break up call?

  • #23790
     Blondie 
    Participant

    I really don’t believe in gambling BUT I think if it happens we have earned the right to repeatedly yell I TOLD YOU SO…

    Altho, now we’ve figured it out… Tactics will probably change. So we may have prevented a break up… And triggered something worse.

    Oops.

  • #23791
     Kevin 
    Participant

    Who gains from us not talking about Mason though? I think, given the current tenor of discussion, that Mason does. Most people here have major issues with OSDM, right now a lot of people have major issues with Mason. I don’t think they would be keen to shift the discussion back to themselves, especially as it concerns to someone like Stephanie who has ties to a lot of people here.

  • #23794
     Blondie 
    Participant

    @kevin But don’t you think that someone as apparently unstable as Mason is exactly the person who could blow the whole thing wide open? He got the inside scoop. He knows the secrets. Probably. He might just let things slip. Especially if he has now gone rogue with Michelle by his side. So don’t let the people dwell too much on what he says, his fascinating and complex system of clues (that could just be inane chatter but I don’t think so somehow)… Distract distract distract!!!

  • #23795
     Andrew Kasch 
    Participant

    I can’t believe I’m saying this, but even after the events of last night, I’m going to keep listening and complying with Mason. I suggest everyone here does the same if he contacts you.

    Don’t let the OSDM distract you with these slight of hand parlor tricks, no matter how emotional they might seem.

  • #23796
     Megan 
    Participant

    But @kasch both breakups happened after YOU were contacted – doesn’t that mean it might that you’re the one programmed?

  • #23797
     Blondie 
    Participant

    I find Mason and Michelle both fascinating. I know I shouldn’t. But it’s a moth/flame type situation…

  • #23798
     Violet 
    Participant

    I think @kasch is right. While Mason may be…unstable, I think he’s our best bet to figuring out WTF is happening here.

  • #23800
     Chris 
    Participant

    I believe in the overall message of the Briarberg Institute, the events of last night certainly aren’t driving me into the arms of the OSDM. I’m reserving judgement until @111error returns and confirms if Mason is his assistant from the meeting or not. And if so, I want to know Morgan’s reaction to the video, whether this is characteristic of Mason and this is all just an ideological schism within TMC, or someone has clearly altered Mason’s real personality, per @daela. Is Mason just some punk who was always like this, or was he once a good man who needs saving? If Addison is to Sabrina as Mason is to ________, I’m willing to help.

  • #23807
     Cassandra 
    Participant

    I’m still not convinced the Briarberg institute is actually a thing.

    Do we have proof of its actual existence? I thought it was just some BS Mason was lying about to make him look credible (didn’t work).

    …don’t feel Mason is worth saving, but maybe my heart’s gone cold…

    While I never felt bad for Joyce, that brutal instagram pic of her made me feel like rescuing her, alternatively. It’s hard to see anyone like that.’

  • #23809
     Lawrence Meyers 
    Participant

    Mason has information. Information is power. The question is whether an information exchange is possible with someone this erratic.

  • #23810
     Drew Huntley 
    Participant

    Joyce alluded to a foundation existing. If it was a pure smoke screen why would she back him up. She has nothing to gain for propagating his lies. She in fact seemed to want to do the opposite, discredit him.
    It may not end up being The Biatberg Foundation, but I’d put money on a foundation existing in some capacity.

  • #23812
     Chris 
    Participant

    If that’s true and Briarberg exists, and I hope it does, then we need to start hearing from them. Mason is an unreliable narrator in his own story until we get word from someone who knows him. Otherwise we’ll continue to question his methods and control vis-à-via the helmet. If Mason wants us to trust him, we need character witnesses who can attest to his reliability and address his inconsistent personality.

  • #23813
     Jackie 
    Participant

    I hope we hear from @111error. I hope we hear from @joycecarlberg. I just…hope.

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