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Tim Tam
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   Posted 8/5/2016 8:10 PM (GMT -6)   
Just got through meeting with the devil, one of four in my neighborhood.

This one's been after me for 4 years, and we had a "nice talk." Right

The previous one had been after me for eight years and moved about 1 year ago.

I am now down to one devil whose house is up for sale.

This is now it went. It started with a pathological person, who passed the rumor to a 2nd pathos person, who I think had trauma in childhood and, me being a male, that's right, she came after me for 8 years, then moved a year ago.

She passed the rumor to the pathos guy I just met with tonight, who has kept it going for 4 years

I called him for a talk, and he agreed. he was all for a truce. I think because I figured out a way to avoid his attacks.

He has like anger personality disorder. I realized after talking to him tonight that he is sadistic.

It was kinda spooky talking to him tonight. He had no remorse. He showed no nerve. He has been taunting me with noise for 4 years, come on to my property twice, broke the windshield of my car in my driveway.

And stood there and calmly assured me tonight that they're had been no rumors spread about me in the neighborhood. I think he could pass a lie detector test.

He told me to call him if I ever wanted to talk about this again. He told me he had told the elderlhy lady who lived next door to him, "I told her, anytime you have problems, we live next door, give us a call."

He presented himself as the neighborhood protector. He is completely looney.

Again, I think the only reason he was willing to talk tonight was because, the last 2 attacks from him, I was able to avoid, and he can't defeat that.

Really spooky how he explained away everything. No remorse. No nerves. He lives in 2 worlds: protector/savage attacker.

I realize his wife has to living in fear. This could have been settled 4 years ago in 5 minutes, just like it was tonight. If he's attacking me, and I lived 125 yards away, what's going on in that house?

What is she going through if she dares to disagree with him? She's very nice, nice friendly wave. He's savage attacker who kept it going over nothing for 4 years.

Night mare on elm street. I have it down to one person now, and his house is up for sale.

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   Posted 8/6/2016 5:11 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Tim Tam,

Sounds like a Lifetime movie. Lol.

I am sorry to hear how things have been with your neighbours for the past couple of years. I am glad it is finally settling and you were able to talk about things with this one neighbour despite if he was just talking for talking sake.
How has all this been affecting you? Are you okay? I hope you are not letting it stress you.

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   Posted 8/7/2016 10:41 AM (GMT -6)   
Thank you for your reply, UA.

Since I first wrote the above post, my mind has had a chance to revaluated what went on during that talk on Friday (today is Sunday).

In a way, he may not have been making himself out to be the protector, by saying how much he helps people on the street.

Now I think he was giving himself an out by saying two things: One, he said he never heard any talk about me during those four years.

What that does is one: not make him look like a fool for believing a false rumor for 4 years. He says he never heard a rumor, so how could he be fooled by something he never heard?

OK, I'll give him that. For peace, I'll give him that.

The second part of what he said a few days ago, I now believe, is that, by talking about offering help to his next door neighbor elderly woman, he's passing himself and his wife off as really wonderful people, not people who have been after me for 4 years.

OK, I'll buy that. Anything for peace.

He doesn't have to lose, we both win from the peace, I'll take that kind of deal from these people anytime I can get it.

I walked with my dog on the street that goes by his house yesterday (Saturday), with both of them at home, and felt that the "vibes" had gone down. They didn't come out and walk, but I felt like the "vibes" had calmed down.

Don't know how many days it will take before they decide to walk for the first time in 4 years, but I think it will happen. Or, this could be another false alarm, of thinking I've gotten through to them, and I haven't.

You said, how has this been affecting you?

Well, it has been, but then if Anne Frank ("The Diary of Anne Frank") can hide from the German ****s for something like 6 years, and write "I still believe in the goodness of man," maybe I can get through this OK.

Post Edited (Tim Tam) : 8/7/2016 10:45:58 AM (GMT-6)


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   Posted 8/7/2016 3:01 PM (GMT -6)   
I am glad you feel a sense of clam. This is good.

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   Posted 8/7/2016 4:00 PM (GMT -6)   
UA:

Did I say that? I wrote that? I wrote that I had a sense of calm?

Let me see, oh, yeah I did write that. I wrote:

"They didn't come out and walk, but I felt like the "vibes" had calmed down."

Walked in view of his house again today, and felt a little unsettled about it, but took some precautionary measures, which calmed me down some more. "Trust everybody, but always cut the cards."

One thing that helps me calm down some, UA, is, this positive attitude I've had toward problems ever since I read 20 years ago that column on being positive before trying to solve a problem.

Before that column, the problem would cause much anxiety, and the fact that I probably wouldn't be able to solve it, doubled the anxiety.

For without a positive attitude, there was no exit from the problem. It was just me and the problem with no way out. Talk about stress.

One time not too long ago, I came upon a problem, and my stress level went sky-high. Then I thought, what about the column on being positive? And I noticed my stress level went down a great deal immediately.

It was like a door opened to get out of the problem. Without the positive attitude toward solving problems, it was like there was no door, and the stress level was, as noted, sky-high. I guess so.

So positive thinking--not positive that you have a problem, but positive that you have a positive attitude that you can solve it--is a great stress releaser.

I've fought this guy for 4 years and I had a positive attitude every day, and only because of that column on the importance of being positive going into a problem.

I have won that battle, UA. I have won it.

I thought that crazy buzzard for four years, and I won. He threw two-sided pathology at me, anger personality disorder, sadistic behavior, totally uncaring, and I won.

The sun shone brighter this weekend than it has in four years.

I have one cold-hearted person left, and then it's on to the next set of problems.

That is good, UA. Thanks for giving me a chance to vent.

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   Posted 8/15/2016 12:33 PM (GMT -6)   
I wrote clam instead of calm. Lol.

Sorry for the delay in replying Tim. I was recovering from the Zika virus.

Thanks for the update. You are feel to vent anytime.
I too thinking having a positive attitude can help us a lot in a good way. It changes our perspective of things and impacts of lives positively.

Hope things are okay with you these days.

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   Posted 8/15/2016 3:02 PM (GMT -6)   
UA:

I didn't notice, the clam that is.

Yu wrote, "I am glad you feel a sense of clam. This is good."

Next time at a restaurant, I could order the "Sense of Clam soup."

When I read "a sense of c " I assumed the next word was going to be "calm" and skipped over it.

I didn't know where you had gone. So much for being positive in a difficult situation. I abandoned all of that and had no positive thoughts. You know how my nerves get frazzled.

Oh, this gives me an excuse to update "The Nightmare on Elm Street" epic.

It's been 10 days since I've talked to him, and I haven't seen him sense. He might have the Zika virus. Were you two in the same ward?

So, I thought he and I had settled the issue 10 days ago. This has happened before. He and I will talk and he'll be very friendly, then nothing changes.

Oh, gosh, help me UA. Recover from that nasty virus and help me.

But enough about me. How was that virus? Pretty bad, huh?

Tell me your troubles, UA, I'm here to help.

But remember, most of all, when you're in trouble, when times are tough, try to clam down, and I mean that from the bottom of my heart.

And then have some of that Sense of Clam soup. It will do you wonders.

Tim Tam

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   Posted 8/16/2016 12:59 AM (GMT -6)   
Omg!
What a set of neighbors,that's why I just keep it bare minimum.

Ppl can be strange nowadays days Tim,also when a couple sees a lone guy with dog they get all nerves shot......why sorry but all human beings are judge mental.

Ask how I know ,I am a loner with a dog and when I walk it ,ppl give me crazy vibes ......why no bf or husband.
Crazy woman????
I get it ....so I am talking a lot but sorry to offend you if I have.

I try to invite family and freinds everynow and then.
I might not enjoy their stay but I have to appear normal.

Plus I am given benefit of doubt cause I am. A woman but man.....no way.

It's crazy world and we have to live with our choices.
I try to control my anxiety ,I should not try to think what other ppl are thinking but that's how world operates.
Good luck !
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   Posted 8/16/2016 4:14 PM (GMT -6)   
Yeah. You have to be careful what you say as they tend to gossip. Small island communities are like that because they tend to be quieter than big cities, so the talk of the town might very well end up being you. Well, it happens likely because they are just bored. I'd get along with them and say hi to be polite, but don't leak out anything overly personal that they could go repeating.

Thank goodness Freddy K actually isn't your neighbor. You'd never sleep again.

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   Posted 8/16/2016 5:15 PM (GMT -6)   
Yes, I think you're right. I do have to learn from that.

I'm down to one guy, who I'm trying to stay in conversation with.

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   Posted 8/16/2016 6:07 PM (GMT -6)   
cilly:

Right on all counts!

When my wife was alive and there were 2 people in the house, I did have a few years of the rumor thing, but most to this seems to have started after she died 7 years ago.

You're right, they like people who live alone. They like people who are senior citizens. They like people who have emotional problems.

And, you're right again, they like people who don't have a lot of company.

You say, "I try to invite family and freinds everynow and then."

You're right, again.

I have used a "Home Health Agency," cause I don't drive and I need transport to doctor, grocery, etc.

Well, this also puts another person in my home from time to time, another car in my yard sometimes.

I had biker sent over to harass me and he once drove his heavy duty motor bike into my back yard, did a loop, and went back out. I couldn't confront him.

So one day a female helper was taking the garbage out back and here comes the biker for a second of how many possible future visits? She sets him straight and let's him know he's not to come back here anymore, and he didn't.

How much was that company/home health care worker worth? A bunch.

So, having people around does help.

Since some of this trouble has started, and this guy has come onto my property twice, once 8 months ago to break the windshield of my car, I now have motion detector lights on my front and back porch, and security cameras beside the lights.

A dog helps. Even from my living room, he may bark if someone gets too close to the house, or knocks. Burglars don't like dogs.

I had one who barked when a guy was fixing to break into my house and I was alone, with no car outside, and when he heard my dog bark, he got back in his car. I know that dog saved my life.

If you have a dog in your apartment, which you said you did, the dog may bark if you're not there and he starts to open the door. He probably won't walk in if your dog is barking at him, like this burglar, above, got back in his car when he heard my dog start to bark from inside.

If you come home, and one, your dog's not there, calling him from the front door, you don't want to go inside, unless you have a policeman with you to make a security check. I think your dog could be one of the key issues here.

So its good that you have a dog. Treat him good.

Again, I would not open the door if someone knocks. I would talk through the door, if you choose, to find out who it is. Or, not talk, and if they don't go away, you can call the police, and have the steel polls under the doorknob.


Some of the time I walk my dog I do get the looks, but then without my dog I wouldn't have the ego strength to walk anyway.

But some of the people I meet, become my friends, and they are helping me battle the bad people, so it can go both ways. If you can be friends with some of these people you see on your walks, then you might can call on them when you need help.

Another thing which can help is if you have a positive attitude that you can get through some of this.

"One problem at a time, and be positive about that problem."

Tim Tam

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   Posted 8/18/2016 6:56 AM (GMT -6)   
Be careful with your neighbour Tim. He sounds dangerous if he came across to break your windshield and sent a biker over as well.
Sounds scary there. Are there any friendly neighbours in your neighbourhood? Lol.

I'm recovering. The rash and fever is gone. I still have joint pains though. The rash also left some marks on my skin. I'm hoping they will fade away eventually. Stay away from those mosquitoes. The virus is horrible. What state are you in Tim?

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   Posted 8/18/2016 10:30 AM (GMT -6)   
UA,

Well, I don't know where to begin here.

The guy is bad. I see these guys on last night's True Crime type TV show, and the police are saying, "He's as calm as he can be," and I'm thinking, "That's my neighbor."

Then I see on some social network site where his wife sent "like" to something I posted, and I'm thinking ray of hope. I've always placed my confidence in her, but it's hard to get a conversation.

My next meeting with this guy will be to introduce idea that we all 3 talk. I at least have him tilted into his pretending that he's a nice guy, away from his bad side, so that's progress.

I'm also trying to dry up ways he can attack, so I'm working on several sides of the issue.

Yeah, there are some friendly neighbors. Most are reticent. One guy was very friendly, then the opposition paid him to report whatever I said to him, and he did.

Then he felt guilty, and can't do enough for me. And this enemy guy sees him helping me, cutting my grass, and so the bad guy backs off. Safety in numbers.

I'm in the Southern states. Is it bad in that area?

I'm glad they have a cure, but it sounds rough.

Give us updates. Are you mentally and emotionally coming back to your old self?

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   Posted 8/20/2016 8:26 PM (GMT -6)   
I hope your next meeting goes well and he accepts your suggestion and the 3 of you can talk.

Southern USA. That's cool. I know there were cases of Zika in Florida, hence why I asked. There's no cure for Zika yet. Although the symptoms eventually disappear, you still have the virus in your body for some time. I think it stays longer in males. I'm from the Caribbean/West Indies.

I'm doing okay. I'm always a mess mentally and emotionally. Lol. But I try to be fine.

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   Posted 8/21/2016 11:29 AM (GMT -6)   
Signs of life from UA.

I can see you are struggling to get back to life in the mainstream, or at least some tributary of that.

I'm here to guide you on your journey.

Let me ask you a personal question. No, not that question. But rather, how far back are you?

Are we talking 50%? Will you be able to play in the Big Game next week? No, not next week. OK, how about 3 months from now?

Were you like, flat out sick?

So, there's no cure, so you just try to get a little bit better every now and then.

The Caribbean/West Indies. Sounds exotic. Do other people in that area have the Zika virus?

Do you ever feel a sense of clam come over you? If so, you should call a doctor, one versed in Clamitus. It can be devastating, but easiest to control if caught in the first 17 hours.

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   Posted 8/22/2016 6:15 AM (GMT -6)   
Lol Tim. You crack me up.

I had it for 2 weeks. I ignored the symptoms at first because I thought it was something minor. I think that is what made it worst.
I took 4 days off work, plus I had Saturday and Sunday off. I am better now. 90% better.

If you check on the CDC site, quite a few Caribbean islands are listed for the virus. The virus eventually comes out of your body after some weeks to months. Well, so far that's what studies show.

Of course I will be staring that that big game... I'm not gonna miss it.

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   Posted 8/26/2016 2:13 PM (GMT -6)   
Well, I'm glad you're going to be able to play in the Big Game.

It's starts at 7:30. We're going to start you off left cornerback, on the right side of the field facing the scoreboard.

Bring your wicket.

So you're back on your feet.

How are the joints? Not the bars in town, your joints?

I hope they're better, all of them. I won't be happy until every joint is back in place, and you are truly ready to play in the Big Game.

I'm sorry to hear that "I'm always a mess mentally and emotionally"

But then, that's what I'm here for.

Are you back at work? How is that going?

Does the Caribbean have like a winter time, and the mosquitoes go away? We just a story in a recent newspaper that said with upcoming winter in the Southern states, the Zika virus will not be such a bad situation.

Wear your green uniform, to the game!

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   Posted 8/28/2016 4:34 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Tim,

My joints are okay. It's rainy these days so i have rain-pain. Lol.
Yep, back out to work. Work has been busy as my line manager is on vacation as well as some other employees and staff members.

We don't have winter here. We have two seasons - dry/sunny season which runs from January to June, and the second season if the wet/rainy season which runs from July to December. We don't have snow here. I've never experienced snow yet, but I am hoping to travel this year to experience.
Do you have snow in your state?

How are things in your neighbourhood these days? How are you doing?

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   Posted 8/29/2016 11:22 AM (GMT -6)   
UA:

Glad you asked about the neighborhood.

After the nice talk some 2 weeks ago, I saw him for the first time since then in his truck parked on the side of a neighborhood street.

I am having to walk my dog past him. I am not looking forward to it.

As I pass by, he's about 2 feet from me, sitting high in his truck.

I give it my best, "Hi, Bill!!!" and he fairly glares at me. Oh, no. I've caught him on a bad day. Is this guy capable of walking onto my driveway at 2 a.m. and breaking my windshield?

Yeah, this guy I'm looking at is. The guy who I talked with 2 weeks ago as we walked around the block and he told me about how many old ladies he had helped was not.

This guy is two guys, and they're both equally sincere.

So, there's work to be done! Am I positive I can get through this? Oh, yeah. Very positive this guy is a complete nut.

But what about wifey, the saving grace? Nice waves when she passes in the car, oh, yeah, but is that fake? Is she 100% on his side, or is she trapped?

Wonder what that's like when he blows his cool inside the house?

I'm thinking I need to catch him on good day and talk to her as well as him. I think talking to him does some good, but it wares off pretty quickly. I think I need to talk to her at the same time.

So that's what I'm going to try to do next.

You say, "Yep, back out to work. Work has been busy as my line manager is on vacation as well as some other employees and staff members."

Glad you are back at work for the Zika virus.

What product are we making? It's people who manufacture stuff which gives a country economic stability.

Glad your joints are OK. So we're in rainy season.

It snows here once every 5 or so years. We have ice-storms twice in the last 10 years. Ice storms.

Ice on every tree limb, which falls and breaks power lines--all...over....town. So there's no crews to fix your lines, for they are in the other part of town.

And no crews in the entire state, or the next 5 states, because the entire part of the country is having an ice storm.

I was out of power for 3 nights and 4 days, 2 or 3 years ago. Peanut butter crackers is about all there is to eat. No heat, so you sleep under a blanket you don't even feel because it's so cold. Three nights of 30 degrees.

On the 4th night, I felt like I couldn't make it anymore if they didn't cut the power on, and at about 6 p.m. they did.

Oh, hurricanes, excuse me. No ice storms, but hurricanes.

I talk to some people on the Philippines on my computer help line, and they tell me hurricanes are pretty bad, which I would think because the land is so flat.

What do we do when a hurricane comes by? When was the last one?

I've read recently there is one forming out in the ocean miles off Florida somewhere. Are you near that?

Where are you going to travel to?

Football season is about to start in the U.S. In about a week. It is really big here. Every Saturday you have to watch a football game on TV.

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   Posted 9/1/2016 7:20 AM (GMT -6)   
Sounds like he was having a bad day or avoiding you. I hope you catch him on a good day and he will be open to chatting with you.

Yep, heard about the hurricane heading to Florida. I've never experienced any. None haven't hit the island since I was born. They are always coming but then go in a different direction. We've had freak storms though. It's scary so I wouldn't like to experience a hurricane.
Booked a flight last week. I will be travelling to NY in Oct. I might visit again in Dec to see snow.

What caused the power outage for the last few days? Was it a storm? Bad weather? I'm glad you got back power.

Our football here is different from American football. I think Americans call is soccer and we call it football.

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   Posted 9/2/2016 10:07 AM (GMT -6)   
UA:

The storm, which you say the Caribbean missed again, is right over the heads of my Beagle an I.

Actually it's just a trickle, here at about 12 noon, that began about 7 a.m.,but it will be getting stronger as the day goes on. They've called off school in a lot of places in our area, because of what is anticipated as heavy rain.

Never heard of school being called off because of rain.

The hurricane is near Tampa, Florida, but it's going to cut across the top of Florida and head for this area, with a bunch of rain and thunderstorms probably.

They said the grocery stores were crowded yesterday in anticipation of this. There could be trees and limbs down, and the electricity could go off in areas.

The ice storm where the city's power went off was several years ago, with tree limbs falling on electric lines. It was very rough.

You now the people in the Tampa, Fla., area are are going through it right now. We need to keep them in our thoughts and prayers.

Oh, going to New York. Oh. I use to live near there when I was a kid, ages 5 and 6. I'm putting together a family history album, as we speak, and I'm working on the time when we lived near that city.

There is so much to do there, it like, tore our family apart, in like, my mother would be going to Broadway shows and it's like the city has a tremendous pull on families and it makes for a good story but a horrible life.

Where, oh where, prey tell, are you going to visit? Where are you going to stay?

Football season started last night, it just that I didn't know about it, for the newspaper didn't make that very plain. So I'm sitting there watching True Crime TV, and The Weather Channel about the storm in Florida and local affects in my area, and my team is winning the first game of the season on another channel.

Did you get any rain from the hurricane? Do you hear any stories about people on nearby islands who've withstood a hurricane?

Tim Tam

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   Posted 9/9/2016 6:10 AM (GMT -6)   
I heard the hurricane did some damage in Florida.

No rain here because of the hurricane. We have an ITCZ so we had some rain and bad weather because of that.

I am going to visit some friends in NY. It is just for a 5-6 days though. As I return, I have to go back out to work the next day. I am excited and nervous too. I hope to visit some time again - maybe in December and see snow. It will be my first time in NY. I have visited Florida and Orlando in the past.

How is football Any interesting games so far?

Have things been okay with your neighbours?

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   Posted 9/9/2016 11:17 AM (GMT -6)   
Good to hear from you, UA.

You're absolutely right about the storm hitting Florida.

However, it never made it to where I am. It veered off and went to the Atlantic Ocean. What is an ICTZ that made for rain and bad weather?

It's great that you have friends in New York. Are they actually in NYC or are they in a surrounding area?

What is the nervous part of visiting New York?

Football. Interesting games. At this stage, I just don't want them to hurt each other. I'm also interested in the outcome most times.

Have been watching some interesting games, they've been tennis games at the U.S. open tennis tournament in Flushing, New York, which appears to be in, guess where, New York City.

Neighbors. Things have been OK. Uh, oh. Except for one neighbor, who, I don't know if I've mentioned it or not, but gave me an exceedingly difficult time about 6 weeks ago, and I don't really want to talk about it right now. It was very hurtful.

Have you ever been hurt, hurt deep inside? That's a song. I've got another song I want to send you. Sweet thing. That's not a song, that's you. Although it is a song, Sweet Thing.

And there's the song I want to send to you, which I''ll send on the quotes thread. It's called,

"I can see clearly now, the rain has gone.

"I call see all obstacles in my way.

"I can see clearly now the pain has gone.

"It's gonna be a bright, bright sunshiny day."

Which is what you are.

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   Posted 9/12/2016 5:43 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi Tim,

Oh yes, that that the last you sent... Very nice.

It will be my first time in NY, so guess that is why I am nervous. But I am excited as well.

The ITCZ is Inter Tropical Convergence Zone. We usually have rain and thunderstorms when when it generates. This occurs when the winds of the Northers and Southern hemisphere comes together. Seems like they do not agree. Lol.

Hope you are enjoying the games so far.

I'm sorry about that neighbour. Is that the same one with the wife that you've been having trouble with, or a different one? Well, whenever you are ready to talk about it, we are here :-)

Have a great day!

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