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Friday, June 14, 2013

The Improper Adoptee: The Anti-Semite.


This cyberbully has been posting hate crime not just towards me, but to others. The posts below are directed to me and to Jews as a whole. 








Just because she claims on her blog that she likes some Jewish people doe snot mean she like Jews art all. It simply means that wants people to assume she does not have any hatred or bigotry towards Jews. It's quite clear that this woman has been an anti-semite for long before she started posting her hate crimes against me. The wording of her post above, the last one I've shown, is exactly how she posts down to a T. The use of fat too many ".............." instead of only three, the same language used on abolishadoption.blogspot.com and on the bestiality blog, the wording of how one thinks, e.g. 
"Two year old thinking..." The Improper Adoptee has been known to end a screed with what she thinks is wit, and in this case she threw in a low class "joke." We all know this is Marilyn Mcaboy and not someone who "hacked her email and posted using her account." That's her excuse for Myspace, forums, groups and every outlandish post and comment left that has gotten her into trouble. You can't go around taking trash, bigotry, racism, making anti-semitic remarks, bashing gays and rambling on in paranoid delusional run-on sentences and then blame it on hackings, supposed guys turned down for dates and other ridiculous tall tales.

There's more. I just won't spend more time on it because there are other people who will, and then this woman will regret the day she decided to take up lying for a full-time non-paying career.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2008


The Improper Adoptee's Anti-Semitism …

The Improper Adoptee: The Jew Hater.


That was from a post The Improper Adoptee made while she was StepFordChild on Myspace…

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Yes, she's done it again. She's posted more anti-semitic comments. This woman hates Jews with a passion. This time, it's the Talmud that she's pointed her hatred at. The Talmud, according to her, is"that evil jewish talmud book." You know how I know "anonymous" is her? No one else read my blog today, or last night, except some asshat in MA. Ha ha ha! Anyway, to continue, this hate-filled whore then goes on to say, "do u know what the talmud is? if not, u need 2 cause that is one reason she picks on ya. check it out." 

I don't read the Talmud. I thought she said I pick on her because she's adopted?!? No wait, she said I bully her because she is a vegetarian! Wait, no, I hate her, or something like that...I...uuum, I harassed her? Gosh, she'd made up so many lies, I can't remember what the original lie was! I think it was that I hate adoptees, so I picked on her because she was adopted. Yes, that was it, it was because she was adopted, and I asked about my adopted friend, and she flipped her hag-head. Now it's because I follow the Talmud.

Too bad she's following some wacko website. I'll try to give an example of how easy it is to try to trick people online with website "proof." If you're a cat person, you'll follow this easily. You can compare this site she has posted as her proof of hate to a pro-declaw site: You Google declawing and find the site that suits your needs because you want to declaw your cat. Any cat lover knows declawing is inhumane, and would reference well-known sites, sites with credibility. Most pro-declawing sites are hosted on free web hosts. That says a lot. The Improper Adoptee is an anti-semite; has been for a long time. She Googled the Talmud after seeing simple little phrases on the bottom of my blog, so she looked for the most extremist, hateful site she could find, one that would serve her purpose. She found one. It's not a reputable source at all. You can do the same with declawing. you can find a site by a supposedly well-respected DVM that claims declawing is harmless, and actually GOOD for the cat — even a four-paw declaw. It won't be on PETA's site, nor HSUS's, or the ASPCA's site. It won't be on the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) website. you get the picture by now. I bet that you can search the web and find a good or bad site on just about anything you want to find the opposite of. She did this, for the sole purpose of talking to herself, so she can post about me. CREEPY, as usual. Very creepy, and very crude. She's such a good Christian. Oh, wait, she bashes Christians as well. The woman should stick to her adoption agenda and stay away from religion; it's not her forté.

As for The Talmud, The Oral Torah, this should help The Improper Anonymous get her facts straight.

Oral Torah: The Talmud

In addition to the written scriptures we have an "Oral Torah," a tradition explaining what the above scriptures mean and how to interpret them and apply the Laws. Orthodox Jews believe G-d taught the Oral Torah to Moses, and he taught it to others, down to the present day. This tradition was maintained only in oral form until about the 2d century C.E., when the oral law was compiled and written down in a document called the Mishnah.

Over the next few centuries, additional commentaries elaborating on the Mishnah were written down in Jerusalem and Babylon. These additional commentaries are known as the Gemara. The Gemara and the Mishnah together are known as the Talmud. This was completed in the 5th century C.E.

There are actually two Talmuds: the Jerusalem Talmud and the Babylonian Talmud. The Babylonian Talmud is more comprehensive, and is the one most people mean if they just say "the Talmud" without specifying which one.

There have been additional commentaries on the Talmud by such noted Jewish scholars as Rashi and Rambam. Adin Steinsaltz is currently preparing a new edition of the Talmud, with his own commentary supplementing the Mishnah, Gemara, and Rashi commentaries.

The Talmud is not easy to read. It reminds me of someone else's class notes for a college lecture you never attended. There are often gaps in the reasoning where it is assumed that you already know what they are talking about, and concepts are often expressed in a sort of shorthand. Biblical verses that support a teaching are often referenced by only two or three words. The Talmud preserves a variety of views on every issue, and does not always clearly identify which view is the accepted one.

The Mishnah is divided into six sections called sedarim (in English, orders). Each seder contains one or more divisions called masekhtot (in English, tractates). There are 63 masekhtot in the Mishnah. Approximately half of these masekhtot have been addressed in the Talmud. Although these divisions seem to indicate subject matter, it is important to note that the Mishnah and the Talmud engage in quite a bit of free-association, thus widely diverse subjects may be discussed in a seder or masekhtah. Below is the division of the Mishnah into sedarim and masekhtot:

Zera'im (Seeds), dealing with agricultural laws
  • Berakhot
  • Peah
  • Demai
  • Kilayim
  • Shebiit
  • Terumot
  • Maaserot
  • Maaser Sheni
  • Challah
  • Orlah
  • Bikkurim
Mo'ed (Festival), dealing with Shabbat and festivals
  • Shabbat
  • Erubin
  • Pesachim
  • Sheqalim
  • Yoma
  • Sukkah
  • Besah
  • Rosh Hashanah
  • Taanit
  • Megillah
  • Moed Qatan
  • Hagigah
Nashim (Women), dealing with marriage, divorce and contracts
  • Yebamot
  • Ketubot
  • Nedarim
  • Nazir
  • Sotah
  • Gittin
  • Qiddushin
Nezikin (Damages), dealing with tort laws and other financial laws
  • Baba Qamma
  • Baba Mesia
  • Baba Batra
  • Sanhedrin
  • Makkot
  • Shabuot
  • Eduyyot
  • Avodah Zarah
Avot (also known as Pirkei Avot, Ethics of the Fathers)
  • Horayot
Kodashim (Holy Things), dealing with sacrifices and the Temple
  • Zevachim
  • Menachot
  • Chullin
  • Bekhorot
  • Arakhin
  • Temurah
  • Keritot
  • Meilah
  • Tamid
  • Middot
  • Qinnim
Toharot (Purities), dealing with laws of ritual purity and impurity
  • Kelim
  • Ohalot
  • Negaim
  • Parah
  • Tohorot
  • Miqvaot
  • Niddah
  • Makhshirin
  • Zabim
  • Tebul-Yom
  • Yadayim
  • Uqsin
In recent times, many observant Jews have taken up the practice of studying a page of Talmud every day. This practice, referred to as daf yomi, was started at the First International Congress of the Agudath Yisrael World Movement in August, 1923. Rav Meir Shapiro, the rav of Lublin, Poland, proposed uniting people worldwide through the daily study of a page of Talmud.




Improper Adoptee, stop posting as yourself, you fool.

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