Tuesday, January 23, 2007

X-er admits depression
In a rare moment of candor, X-ATI Guy recently admitted to suffering from a feeling of failure. While numerous readers visit the website from IBLP Headquarters in Oak Brook, Illinois, the website seems to have escaped the attention and condemnation of IBLP leadership.

"The Institute has never attempted to shut this site down," X-er said. "When we first started the blog, we were sure it would be a mere matter of weeks before receiving a cease and desist letter---or at least a threat to contact my parents---but NOTHING!"

This can only mean the Institute views X-ATI Guy as a mere annoyance that can be ignored. "Worse, I'll bet Bill Gothard has thanked God for this source of irritation. He probably thinks we've made his ministry stronger. Bummer."

7 Comments:

Anonymous scum said...

yeah, you know if you updated more often they may just send that letter yet. ;-)

5:22 AM  
Anonymous mg said...

i'm in agreement with scum. there's not much of a need for a hedge of protection when you don't update very often at all!

5:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Too funny!! You'll have to be more 'feisty' to get shut down! LOL

12:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree! Post more often and be even more controversial. :)

8:31 AM  
Blogger wherethetruthlies said...

Thats because the new wave is myspace... hahahahaha... put it on myspace and it goes global.. bahahahahahahaha

6:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It seems to me like this guy has no life whatsoever! What a waste of time!

11:35 AM  
Anonymous Indigo said...

That ridiculous "sandpaper" metaphor is coming back into play. All of us annoying prodicals are just shinin up Gothard's diamond! Please tell me someone remembers this!? I don't know how many unimaginative powerpoints at how many ATI tupperware parties I've seen with this metaphor. You know, the one with the guy's face in the diamond and he's got this look like "oh gosh, Imma die!"

5:37 PM  

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