[COLOR="#FF0000"][/COLOR]"Imagine the little girl with patent leather shoes being called on the carpet by mummy and daddy and perhaps you will understand. But then, probably not.
There Mikado goes again mentioning the little girl with the patent leather shoes. How many times has he referred to me in this way? What does that say about Mikado I wonder?....other than perhaps an extraordinary interest in little girls with patent leather shoes?
I should think that he would be a bit more careful of the image that he projects of himself. Green troll under the bridge is one thing... a full grown man obsessed with little girls and patent leather shoes is entirely another. <g> Linda
Last edited by Linda Brown; December 13th, 2012 at 03:14 PM.
I have been working on the rewrite of " The Good-Bye Man"... extending it further than its scope previously. Perhaps thats why there seems to be such a flurry of activity from the negative side of the fence ....." shut up, shut up, shut up!"... seems to be the code phrase..... and Gee.... I haven't even begun to say what I have stored up to say! <g>
But the character assasination in my direction seems to be well pointed already....Goodness.... what are they all so afraid of?
After all.... I am only the daughter of Thomas Townsend Brown. What could I possibly have to say that might be interesting?
thanks linda, VERY nice Picture of your Mom, Townsend Brown must be lucky to have someone who suported him and didn't fully understand what was going on.... science stuff.ß
She was a GREAT LADY Dylan. I am sorry that you did not get a chance to meet you. She would have been very supportive of your studies and interested to see what you are doing.
She met my Dad when she was just sixteen.... They dated during the early spring of her 17th year... and married that September. They kept their courtship entirely secret( and in a small town like Zanesville ,Ohio I don't think that was an easy thing to do.) He totally trusted her with all of his thoughts .... and when she realized that he was telling her things that he could never ever tell anyone she realized that he would need her for the rest of his life and she told me " That was pretty important information which I took very seriously."
My mother kept alot of secrets. Even from me.... she never ever leaked information regarding Dads work and was highly respected by the people around him because of that. I am learning now that she probably knew much more and was more of an " insider" than I ever realized before. But she always kept herself in Dads shadow.
One of the reasons that Mr. Twigsnapper got involved in all of this is because a certain writer ( the man who wrote the Philadelphia Experiment, William Moore).... made a statement that Josephine Brown had leaked information to him regarding Dad. THAT made Twigsnapper mad.... oh beyond mad.... fuming....He hasn't gotten even yet on that situation but I am sure eventually he will.... My Mother NEVER could be accused of that. EVER. Twigsnapper is determined to right that slur on what he considers her sterling reputation amongst the intelligence agencies out there.
And she was totally convinced that what Dad was doing was important work that deserved her wholehearted support.... which she gave as much as humanly possible.... but of course There were moments where she just couldn't go where he needed to go... The summer of 1960 was one of them.... After moving so many times for so many years... the opportunity came up where we could all stay in one place ( Chantilly Virginia....) but then Dads plans changed suddenly which meant a move to Meadville Pa.... She separated from him then for a few months.... we were all miserable.... Dad got sick... she drove to him through a blinding snowstorm and vowed that NOTHING was ever going to separate them again... and she meant it.....
That summer was pretty well captured in The Good-Bye Man. For those of you reading this... if you don't know about my Mom please take a look at this. She deserves even more of her story to be told but this is at least a start
Smashwords — The Good-Bye Man — A book by Linda Brown
Think about this. What would have happened to his work if he had married a woman who said ..." Townsend Brown.... you are a wealthy man... I expect to be able to have this nice house, this position in the community and to STAY here.... you don't have time to waste on your " Flying Saucer pipe dreams" ( thats what some in Zanesville called his work)
What would have happened then I wonder?
Lesson for the future. Choose carefully!!! <g> Linda
Last edited by Linda Brown; December 17th, 2012 at 09:22 AM.
I don't know what a plonker is but I believe I have been insulted, however, here are some quotes for you to ponder:
“You speak an infinite deal of nothing.”
And then there is this one that applies to you and Linda:
“She (He)...can talk brillantly upon any subject provided she (he) knows nothing about it.”
We intend to. Linda
There has been no character assassination taking place. Merely a telling of the truth and rebuttal to the untrue statements that you have been making about me and others.
As to the "shut up" thing. My how you twist. You should be hired as a "spin-doctor" for the Obama administration. I have repeatedly said to you to shut up about me and I will no longer post but you can't seem to do so. The other item I have expressed in regard to the term "shut up" has been in the arena of the science. Why do you think that the PRC got peeved at you? You lied to them. You had nothing to give them even though you portrayed yourself as knowledgeable in your Fathers' work. You don't know so therefore you shouldn't be giving the impression that you know for you detract from the science and relegate it to the fringe where as no one in academia or industry will even look at it seriously.
You tarnish your own Father's work and you are too dense to see that.
I understand that Zorgon is advertising for Trolls. He apparently needs more dissention and misinformation churning over there to keep his membership engaged. I would suggest that Mikado apply because he seems to consider himself an expert in the workings of the place.
As for here? I will go with what my friends in Texas say of this Mikado kind of individual
" All hat and no cows." Linda