Sunday, February 21, 2016

More Email

I recognize that there's so much out there in the world that shouldn't be trusted. There's so much fakeness, so much delusion and lying, an lot of BS.

Even things that seem truthy, such as the LDS church for example, end up being untrustworthy in the end.

So I got this email today at an address that people don't usually write to ---- again from someone who claims they share their name with or are a certain Actress which I am sure no one has ever heard of before. It seems famous, but it's not that famous, but the name does appear on IMDb.

The thing is:::: the email looks so fake, it looks so much like SPAM, and I've had many other emails like this that don't seem legit. If emails like this really are legit, then someone should go tell LinkedIn that they need to make their emails look more legit. I don't even have a LinkedIn account.

But, if anything, the name of the video(s) this actress acted in do kind of relate to me in my own life personally on so many occasions. I just look at the title of the video, and I understand just how well the title of the video this actress was it relates to me.

So of course I am kind of confused about what's going on.

In other news, last night I was talking to God about my questions about how I could finally make some money so I could finally have more than just AiSH and move on with my life.

The best I can remember this morning, God said I should just keep trying. He also said that a lot of people are in deep debt and generally, the idea I got was that it really is just consumers who don't pay, often because of things like already-huge debt, which is something you probably could have learned from the internet and wouldn't needed to have had God's help in knowing.

Yes ---- So God just pretty much told me to persevere in my efforts, to keep trying ----- I'm not sure how much farther I can go actually, I'm not sure what more I could do that might bring me success. I could publish another book but there's a high chance that people would just rip that off too ---- I could publish another videogame, but I'd want new expensive equipment and there's no guarantee people would buy it anyways.

And, basically, at this point, this "actress" who sent me this email acted in a video with a title that pretty much sums it up. I'm not going to reveal too much information about that though.


OK --- I just looked at the past emails I've received at that email addy that doesn't usually receive much and found that there are a few messages from "somewhat-elevated-in-fame" females, although it is very easy and probably right to suspect there's something fishy about these emails.

Is there any truth in it? Maybe, but who knows? If it's real, they've decided to make it look like a scam on the surface, if it's fake, then it's fake.

I mean, though I know there are people who are scams and fakes, I wouldn't put it beyond a certain kind of individual to make their email LOOK fake but have some level of reality to it, particularly famous females who understand I've had a habit of bulk-emailing my own friends personally.

I don't want to explain to much --- it looks so fake, so it probably is, but part of me wonders if it's sort of legit but made to look fake anyway. I'm a bit crazy now I guess. Hopeful, wishful thinking. Delusion maybe. Huh.

It's just that when you see references to yourself in media over and over again, such things seem possible.

And I'm not going to even try explaining the things I've seen in media right now.

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