I have to mention something at this point, before I proceed to the next line of libel Medusa conjures up. In the late 1990’s I put a poem online and sent it to my mother. She liked it, I liked it, so when I made a Christian section of my web site I added it. (View on my site here.) The poem is called “The Warrior”. Here it is:
This morning my thoughts traveled along
To a place in my life where days have long since gone
Beholding an image of what I used to be
As visions were stirred, and God spoke to me
He showed me a Warrior, a soldier in place
Positioned by Heaven, yet I saw not the face
I watched as the Warrior fought enemies
That came from the darkness with destruction for me
I saw as the Warrior would dry away tears
As all of Heaven’s Angels hovered so near
I saw many wounds on the Warrior’s face
Yet weapons of warfare were firmly in place
I felt my heart weeping, my eyes held so much
As God let me feel the Warrior’s prayer touched
I thought “how familiar” the words that were prayed
The prayers were like lightening that never would fade
I said to God “Please, the Warrior’s name”
He gave no reply, He chose to refrain
I asked, “Lord, who is broken that they need such prayer?”
He showed me an image of myself standing there
Bound by confusion, lost and alone
I felt prayers of the Warrior carry me home
I asked “Please show me Lord, this Warrior so true”
I watched and I wept, for Mother, the Warrior was you.
Now recall this post of Medusa’s:
08-21-2008, 01:11 PM: “She’s stepped up her kookery a notch, though. Pink Panther must be sermonizing her or something. Beware the crackpot who thinks they’re a ‘God Warrior’ on some sort of mission to battle good and evil. [2 crazy emoticons]”
Or how about the “lovely” image of me as a “God Warrior” in Book Bit 049 (also see in Book Bit 079)?
Gee, is she plagiarizing? Did she get that expression “God warrior” from the poem on my site – which she found via her incessant, never-ending cyber stalking? But she doesn’t source it. On her stupid picture she doesn’t even put it in quotes! Quite likely she plagiarized!!! Of course, as previously noted, hypocrisy is one of the few things the wench is good at. Let’s check out her next crazy stunt.
On 08-18-2008, Medusa starts a topic titled, “Jeni LIEsinger the plagiarizer”. She managed to get her stalking mitts on a letter I wrote to the SHEBOYGAN (she lives in Kohler) Common Council and ripped it apart word for word. I had been in communication with another site regarding Roberts Rules of Order and they gave me some information they said I was free to use as I saw fit. She actually dug online, found a quote that included that information from the site I used for research, and called me a plagiarizer.
Quoting LIEsinger’s e-mail:
“I’ve done much research on the proper behavior of the chair and am quite concerned at the behavior of our mayor when he is in this position at our Council meetings. He constantly is adding his own thoughts, ideas and wishes.”
At least they’re his OWN thoughts and not STOLEN from someone else.
“Please, in future, consider utilizing your power as alderman to censure this unethical abuse of the chair so as to bring back fairness and integrity to the council proceedings.”
The council might also want to consider censuring LIEsinger’s unethical abuse of someone else’s intellectual property.
OOP! What have we here? A voice of reason?
Ah…but Medusa has spoken.
For crying all night, the woman cannot quit! And she keeps “talking to me” through her forum, as if I was actually a participant – creepy!
Okay, so she started this on 08-21-2008, she kept it alive and current until 08-25-2008. No one but the one person who was sick of her gave a hoot. So what does Medusa do? She tries to spread this big newsflash (gee, why didn’t all of mainstream media pick this up, since it was such a scandal??? J/K!) elsewhere.
Spreading the big news on another blog she knew I enjoyed from all her nefarious cyber stalking:
The blog owner gave me a heads-up on that one above. I have no idea where else she pulled this – don’t really care. Her behavior speaks for itself.