Saturday, March 22, 2014

Hypnotist - Part Two

Hey folks, it has come to my attention that my last post was a downer.  I didn't mean for it to be that way.  I'm actually recovering from some bad things that happened last week.  Maybe I didn't  realize I was over it.  I'm getting over it. Back to the old Happy Ron for sure!

Well anyway, here is part two of the hypnotist who was at the Bloggerpalooza this time last week.  Great fun and many thanks to those bloggers who participated.

Enjoy!

4 comments:

  1. I wish I had the power of a hypnotist......
    Unfortunately I didn't have (electrical) power for two days due to a recent TX windstorm. Then my computer modem died so I didn't have Internet access. I'm finally back and catching up on reading blog posts again.

    I'm delighted that you decided to keep your blog public, instead of going private. I did receive the email about "contributing to your blog", which you sent in error. It confused me a bit (hell, I'm confused anyway) and for some reason the "acceptance" link wouldn't work so I couldn't respond. Anyway, I'm glad you're still public.

    It seems like some of the homophobic people who read your blog are trying to shove you back in the closet. To hell with them - - you've come too far to go back now. If people don't like your blog, they should go somewhere else. Possibly to hell.......

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    1. Jon,
      I've always been fascinated with hypnotism ever since I was in the Army with a guy named Art Wall. He used to hypnotize his fellow soldiers for fun when we were going to school at Ft. Devens, Mass. Now, with the all the terrorism paranoia the Army would probably kick him out of the service but back then it was a great source of interest and just plain fun.
      Something that I will never understand is why some members of my family and well meaning friends still attempt to keep me in the closet. The old "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" practice. They continue to view me as damaged goods or that I have something psychologically wrong with me when in fact it is they who have the problem. Frankly, I'm at the time of my life which I just am not going to accept their attitude anymore. Accept me the way that I am or there is no relationship. In fact, I even hate to use the word "accept", like there IS something the wrong with me. I'm just tired of that attitude Jon. And the trolls, occasionally they get to me and I know I shouldn't let them. My weakness in wanting everyone to like me. I'll work on it. :)
      Ron

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  2. Ron - have you heard from any of the participants if they recall any of this and/or they 'knew it was happening but went along with it:|"?

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    1. Dr. Spo,
      No, actually I haven't. I talked to Pat, who went "semi" under. He said he knew what was going on but just felt very heavy when given the suggestion by the hypnotist. That's why he fell to the floor.
      Ron

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