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Georgiana

JRod 99: 99 Problems, but a Jill ain’t one.

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Georgiana

If you’re havin sin problems, I feel bad for you, son.

I got 99 problems, but a Jill ain’t one!

Hahahahahaha, just kidding! Jill is the root of EVERYONE’s problems!

Tim has to switch schools. It’s clear Jill isn’t telling the truth about why, and the real cause is likely Jill herself. 

Jill’s once again inappropriately teasing courtship info when it’s clear even she knows she should give the couple privacy. 

But don’t worry, I’m sure we’ll circle back around to Jill’s true calling in life: telling other women that the only right way to dress is like a low to mid level prostitute from the Wild West. Don’t you dare dress like a liberated modern woman! THAT is advertising SIN! 

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FunFunFundie

I'm so pissed right now. As a parent, I think it's important to prepare my kids in any way possible: educationally, financially, emotionally. I carefully choose the activities I want to encourage (it's ultimately up to them, but I can nudge) to help them build resilience, team work, work ethics, perseverance skills, etc. I am involved with their schooling (but outsource it) to be sure that they are able to be functional, healthy, educated people. And even when we had less than zero money, I was putting money into 529s for them, just a tiny bit but SOMETHING.

Jill sucks all the kids' skills and energy into her own needs and desires. They perform for her glory. Nothing outside the family, because the family (i.e., Jill) is the only thing that matters. No growth because that might mean questioning Jill. No schooling because Jill is too busy pitching Plexus at 11 p.m. to get up at a decent time to teach them how to read and write and do functional math. But worse: not only no financial support as adults, they have sucked every source dry, and continue to do so. 

The only path that is available to them is "wife" or "missionary." But they can't be missionaries because all the money that's earmarked for the Rodrigues family is already spent.

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CTRLZero

i wonder if notdeadtim can read any of the bs that jill is posting

I wonder if David is aware of what his helpmeet is posting.  Also, as mentioned in the previous thread, I wonder if the Rodrigues family supporters and/or sending church is at some point going to say a line has been crossed and say "thanks, but no thanks" due to the turmoil Jill creates with her lies and exaggeration.

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16 minutes ago, CTRLZero said:

I wonder if David is aware of what his helpmeet is posting. 

He *ought* to be aware.She's posting under his name as well as hers.

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luv2laugh
Posted (edited)

The reason Tim didn’t go to IBLP’s ALERT for his pilot training, I believe, is because Jill must have burnt a bridge with IBLP...

Did Tim know he was switching schools since December and Jill waited until now to announce it?  In any case, I think tech school is a better decision. He will learn in demand skills for a far cheaper price.

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DarkAnts

So Moody has a forgivable loan program and other school programs to help students. But, Jill won't let Timothy take out loans or probably participate in other forms of student aid. Timothy's student aid package is based on his patents income. I bet he would get a full aid package if he had been allowed to apply. 

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Ozlsn

I'm glad that it sounds like Tim had some good social contact and - more importantly - was pulling away in very tiny ways from Jill. If he was in fact looking at a more modern Bible translation that is a huge step for him. Now if he can just turn his phone off and only talk to Jill at specified times he might get enough space to think and reflect.

I've been trying to think of places he could go with limited Internet contact that could aid his break from Jill - he'd be qualified for something like food services in Antarctica over the summer season. The missionary ambition would probably discourage them from hiring him though for obvious reasons. 

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ChickenettiLuvr

Oh Hell's Bells.  What in the ever-livin #*[email protected] has Jill done now?  You KNOW it's bad when your regular old Facebook feed is blowing up -- and mentions her by name.  

(...wanders off muttering ... back to sucking my thumb in the corner ...)

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Pancakes@Tiffany's

Coming out of lurkdom to ask @DarkAnts where on the Moody post this info was posted? I didn't see this anywhere. I did see the first student posted Timothy was encouraged to continue with his KJV1611 if he preferred it. 
 

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According to one of the students, Tim choose to study from a non KJV Bible.

 

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wallysmommy

@Don'tlikekoolaidI try to be a good auntie, even though they are 29 and 30 years old.  They need somebody in their corner to help them when they stumble, but not to push them down like Jill does.  

I've heard a lot of excuses from my students, including "my old lady pawned my laptop" but I've never heard "I have to go on the road to sing and preach with my family in an RV."  I hope Tim isn't toting that albatross around for the rest of his life, but I suspect he will be.  If something happened to David, Tim becomes the man of the family.  Yikes for him.

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33 minutes ago, luv2laugh said:

The reason Tim didn’t go to IBLP’s ALERT for his pilot training, I believe, is because Jill must have burnt a bridge with IBLP...

Did Tim know he was switching schools since December and Jill waited until now to announce it?  In any case, I think tech school is a better decision. He will learn in demand skills for a far cheaper price.

IBLP and IFB are two totally different circles.  I was always on the edge of the circles fundie wise growing up, but IBLP usually didn’t draw in the IFB crowd.

IFB is a world unto their own.  

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Tim-Tom Biblethumper
22 minutes ago, [email protected]'s said:

Coming out of lurkdom to ask @DarkAnts where on the Moody post this info was posted? I didn't see this anywhere. I did see the first student posted Timothy was encouraged to continue with his KJV1611 if he preferred it. 
 

 

Reading Sam Burns post again on FB, I took it to mean that it was the professor who decided that it was easier for him (the professor) to read and study a version other than KJ. 

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40 minutes ago, luv2laugh said:

The reason Tim didn’t go to IBLP’s ALERT for his pilot training, I believe, is because Jill must have burnt a bridge with IBLP...

 

When? My understanding is that she can’t afford their membership and programs (or the ATI curriculum), so she wouldn’t have contact with them. If she really doesn’t have cable, she might not even know about the Duggar boys going to ALERT. Given her willful ignorance about the world, my guess is that she doesn’t know about the pilot program.

I read the comments on the Moody post and there’s someone who wants to “tough love on” the Rods. 😆 

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2 minutes ago, QuiverFullofBooks said:

When? My understanding is that she can’t afford their membership and programs (or the ATI curriculum), so she wouldn’t have contact with them. If she really doesn’t have cable, she might not even know about the Duggar boys going to ALERT. Given her willful ignorance about the world, my guess is that she doesn’t know about the pilot program.

She has internet access, reads here, and follows the family on FB. I think she knows about IBLP’s ALERT program. Also, from what I’ve heard, IBLP sometimes is lenient with poor families.

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Walking Cat Bed

I think the comments about Tim by his classmates are telling -- at the very least, he doesn't take the same "overwhelm people with attention seeking and then leave when your ego cup is full" approach that Jilly does. I want to believe that he wants to make something of himself, not just tag along on the grifting RV. 

If his classmates remember him as a nice person, it probably means he tried to be a good classmate. Trying helps.

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Alice in Fundieland

I just read all the comments made by Jill’s friends on her initial FB post bashing Moody and this was my reaction:

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It’s a whole lot of Praise Jesus, God always provides, the KJV is the only Bible, etc., etc. 

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Georgiana

As recently as last football season, the Rods had cable, despite Jill trying to make it seem like they didn’t. I know this because Jill’s a big dummy who likes to brag about her men doing “manly” things like watching football, and she was so eager to brag that she failed to check the broadcast schedule and bragged about her men watching games on TV that were broadcast on cable networks only, clearly showing them watching it in their house on the cable feed. They also have quite a nice TV. 

But I don’t think the Rods have the money to do IBLP/ATI. It’s more than just their training programs, IIRC. You have to  be a member of the borg to get access to those. And the Rods, who mainly use whatever homeschool materials they can get for free, would have to actually spend money on their children’s education to be a part of IBLP/ATI. They would also likely be expected to go to conferences and adopt IBLP/ATI standard beliefs, which they actually don’t agree with (e.g. the Rods are strongly against home churching). So sadly, I don’t think that’s an option for Tim. 

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Griftthatkeepsongrifting

I feel bad for Tim. Poor kid never stood a chance with Jill and David as parents. I just hope he realizes how messed up those two are.

That said, I love when the JRod show turns into Maury.

"When asked if Tim dropped out of Moody because you were unaware of the high cost of tuition you responded 'Yes'. Our lie detector determined, that... is a lie."

Now, if someone can get the KOA campground employees to talk, that would be tremendous.

Beansie being blamed and deflection with a courtship in 5... 4... 3...

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luv2laugh

Where are people able to read comments about Tim from other Moody students???

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dsjbeam

I watched David giving a sermon at their last tent revival and he mentioned that someone at Moody told Tim  he needed to see a licensed therapist to deal with how his family raised him. He said "licensed therapist"? Licensed by who ~ satan!! 

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Griftthatkeepsongrifting
7 minutes ago, luv2laugh said:

Where are people able to read comments about Tim from other Moody students???

They are on one of the Moody FB pages, but if you go back to the last JRod thread there are screenshots on pages 23 and 25.

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Tim-Tom Biblethumper
Posted (edited)

Looks like the Rods are at the homeschool graduation in Richmond.  She posted a FB live two hours ago, and I can see it, which means it's public.  
Oh, and Kaylee sings...  You have to listen to the singing 'til the very end, or FF to the end, and put your dogs in another room.

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PurpleCats

Someone at MOODY’S told him he needed therapy???  Ayyyy yai yai.  Now I’m curious as hell as to how that came up in conversation.  Can we start the kid a FJ scholarship fund to Talkspace? 

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I just watched Kaylee sing. Her dress was quite nice, but her singing...Rufus bless.

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Wade Miller, who’s posting in the thread on Moody’s page, is a saint. If you read his replies to other commenters, he’s offering to help Tim for free.

I can’t believe—okay, I CAN—how so many of Jill’s leghumpers are taking her story as the supreme truth and dissing a respected institution like Moody (regardless of what we all think of them they are respected in Christian circles). Damn, that Koolaid flavored Plexus is strong stuff. 

30 minutes ago, luv2laugh said:

Where are people able to read comments about Tim from other Moody students???

Here’s the link again.

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2256246504421587&id=127750490604543&_rdr

Fess up, FJers. Which one of you is RANDI Warhol? 😂

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