It's probably Compassion. I was hoping she and the other regulars (to the thread) who don't seem to post anymore had gone on with their lives. I mean, I did. I was hoping they saw my example and did so as well but it seems like they're all still here posting as dots. That's a shame.
All these prayer posts are doing is feeding the trolls and perpetuating the thread. They're annoying and they serve no purpose. God isn't honored -- I mean, heck, even the theology represented is horribly flawed. And, like you said, no one actually reads thos posts. Why not pray silently instead of grandstanding for attention? Why not get a life instead of posting mantra-like repetitions (mostly cut and pasted from other web sites)? I mean, the author of these posts isn't even reading most of this stuff; it's just content copied from elsewhere. Is God going to give you credit for cutting and pasting? It's just more useless padding for the thread getting us closer to 1,000 pages and spreading the legends associated with this thread even further. It's counter-productive to any positive goal. You think these guys are going to give up because of you? You're just riling them up. Give it a rest.
Do you think you're honoring God? Honoring Lara? No. You're just making yourself feel better. That's it. Learn to cope with your obsession in another way. Let the thread die. Thanks. Peace.
A USA TODAY reporter and editor investigating Pentagon propaganda contractors have themselves been subjected to a propaganda campaign of sorts, waged on the Internet through a series of bogus websites. Fake Twitter and Facebook accounts have been created in their names, along with a Wikipedia entry and dozens of message board postings and blog comments. Websites were registered in their names. The timeline of the activity tracks USA TODAY's reporting on the military's "information operations" program, which spent hundreds of millions of dollars on marketing campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan campaigns that have been criticized even within the Pentagon as ineffective and poorly monitored. ...If the websites were created using federal funds, it could violate federal law prohibiting the production of propaganda for domestic consumption. "We're not aware of any participation in such activities, nor would it be acceptable," said Lt. Col. James Gregory, a Pentagon spokesman. A Pentagon official confirmed that the military had made inquiries to information operations contractors to ask them about the Internet activity. All denied it, said the source, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the inquiries were informal and did not amount to an official investigation. The websites were taken down following those inquiries. Various other sites and accounts were removed for violating their providers' terms of service.
Let it go, man. Why do you care about getting the last word here? Nobody cares what some random troll named "666" thinks about anything. Why waste so much time coming here? Seriously, for your own sake, find something better to do. Please. This thread was over months ago. Ms. Logan is safe and sound and moving on with her life. Nobody reads this but us. Let it go.