Throw it out on the Inter’net’ to see what you can capture…

???????????????????????????????‘Catfishing’… by now we have all heard about the football player who had a ‘relationship’ over the Inter’net’ for two years, never met her in person, and she died and it was all so sad.

WHAT?! Who has a relationship for two years over the Internet… without meeting someone? Stupidest thing I have ever heard!

First, a relationship isn’t a relationship, unless you are in person, are in their life, know their friends, are at their house and interact almost, if not everyday. A relationship is in REAL LIFE… not on the Inter’net’….

People can hide behind their computers and be anyone that they choose to be.

A fat, pig of a woman can post a photo of a beauty queen and have men flocking to her. A married man can post that he is single and get much interaction… that temporarily takes him out of his miserable life… that he is not brave enough to change in ‘real life’.

People who can’t maintain a relationship in ‘real life’ can have many ‘pretend’ ones over the Inter’net’…

There is so much fraud and con over the ‘Net’… people creating identities, and images that are nothing, but that, ‘their creation’.

I know a man who ‘deems’ himself an ‘inspirational writer’ and writes about love and all sorts of topics and he is a complete fraud. I have known him for many, many years and he lies, steals and lies some more. He has found an outlet that he can ‘hide’ behind to create ‘his image’… a place he can create ‘his con’ and it is the Inter’net’. He has never been married and goes from one woman to the next. He’s pathetic… but he writes about love, and inspirational topics… blah! blah!. He has a photo that hides what he really looks like… which is a fat, depressed slob… but he writes things and gets off on people telling him how ‘nice’ he is… he is not a nice person at all… he is a person looking for energy to suck off of.

When you know who a person is in their ‘real life’ then see what they put out over the Internet… it shows you clearly how easily fraud can be committed using technology.

I have men come onto me daily… from all over the world and until they come to my area and meet me in person… it is nothing to me. If someone
‘appears’ interesting, I may interact for a bit, but if they don’t meet me in person and soon… they are not significant to my life or to me.

I have had a man write to me that ‘we’ are forever and I spoke to this man twice…. I played along with him to see where it would lead… when I could immediately tell by ‘his approach’ that he was throwing out a’ Net’ to see what he could catch. They may ‘appear sincere’ at first glance, but listen to the words not said. Make note of when they call, whether they answer the phone when you call back. Many of these people are married, or in a relationship and are playing games to boost their egos. They are energy vampires…Inter’net’ vampires, hiding behind their computer throwing out a ‘net’ to see what they can catch in order to have something to suck from…

Men who say they want to meet you, but are soo busy, selling a company, blah! blah! Are probably lying and putting restrictions up so that you will think that they are something they are not and they can put you on ‘hold’… think of the power and the ego charge that they get from doing this…

Men want to feel powerful, successful, and vital. Women want to feel beautiful, desired and loved.. and the perfect con for this is the Inter’net’… It can be an ‘ego trip’… and a complete fraud. In real life, in person is where real fulfillment lives not on the ‘NET’.

Over the ‘Net’ they can control the contact… hide it from their real life and create this little dream world and identity… where an unattractive, miserable married man can interact with a woman he would, or could never approach in real life.

There are allot of sick and twisted people in this world today and the ‘Net’ is their playground…

Think of sitting in an airport amongst all the people. How many would you want to really know? HA!… maybe, one, if any… so think of the Inter’net’ in this way, only worse…

Emailing, texting and ‘friends’ on Facebook, etc. are not ‘real relationships’. They are on the ‘Net’… the Web… a spider’s web with intent to capture…

A person who really wants a relationship will meet you quickly in person, if not, they are probably a fraud. But in meeting a person off the ‘Net’ be very cautious… do not give out personal information, meet them in a public place where ‘you’ control the environment.

Sure, it can be fun exchanging thoughts and ideas over the ‘NET’… but it is not a ‘real relationship’… no way and no how!

So, take it for what it is. Don’t waste time dreaming about what will be, who a person is, or believe what you are told until you see it with your own eyes…

A real relationship is in person… not on the ‘Net’…

Also, years ago, I met a very well-known ‘actor’ at a party. Everyone would know who he is. While on the screen, he is attractive and a good actor… and I thought him great, in person, not so much. He asked me out and I declined…

Get real people! ‘Images’ are not who people really are… so don’t fall for an image…

 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnbKTNkc4NQ&feature=youtu.be

What experiences have you had in this regard?….

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One thought on “Throw it out on the Inter’net’ to see what you can capture…”

  1. In a marketing society where everything is removed from the ability to relate [versus going to the store where people actually and sincerely asked if they could help you and it wasn’t a security related question], the degradation of actual human relationships is inevitable. The paranoid in me says it was intentional in order to separate us from each other and our humanity in much the same way increasingly violent films inure us to death, killing, violence, and visible manipulation and exploitation of others for our own purposes. These aspects of the world we have become separate us from that human being we are and by doing so, the powers that be have an easier time controlling us…
    particularly if our human relationships are so thin and meaningless that an online acquaintanceship can be referred to as a relationship. Codswallop!

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