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Spanky Sproul 4: Wicked, Wicked Deeds

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DomWackTroll

RC to James: "James, you don't think you inferred sin on my part, yet you post a follow up that, presumably unpacks your original point, in which you clearly accuse me (RC)."

A "follow-up" to what? Where did James make his "original point" and what was it? Does anyone know? 

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hoipolloi
2 minutes ago, DomWackTroll said:

A "follow-up" to what? Where did James make his "original point" and what was it? Does anyone know?

Just saw this FB drama today so I'm guessing that there was at least one additional comment from James but it got deleted.

Also guessing that Spanky left that comment by James so that his rebuttal could be showcased in all its eloquence and brilliance. 🙃

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hoipolloi

Nothing like doubling down on being a fucking asshole:

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Banyan
9 hours ago, Howl said:

from Lisa's facebook post: 

"ending in his wife's marital unfaithfulness and ultimately death..." 

WTAF?  She's accusing Denise of cheating on Spanky?  

No one who knew Denise believes she was capable of having an affair. She was as faithful a wife as they come. Lisa has sunk to an all time low, and apparently Spanky is more than willing to throw his late wife under the bus to appease Queen Lisa.

I recollect when Spanky outed himself for having an Ashley Madison account (which he only "visited" wink wink) he said "I've always been faithful to my wife, even after her death." Really weird claim. Wouldn't it be interesting if Lisa now attempted to mitigate Spanky's AM account scandal by saying, "Hey, no big deal. Denise cheated on RC." But why stop there with throwing the late wife under the bus? Next we'll hear how Denise was an alcoholic and forced Spanky to drink so much he too became an alcoholic. So the DUI was really Denise's fault.

I posted a comment to Spinderella Sproul and asked them to write an article about this mess. I'm hoping they'll oblige.

Edited by Banyan

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Cults-r-us

If Denise had an affair, good on her. Maybe that guy was nice and didn't spank her.

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Flyinthesoup

I want their definition of "unfaithfulness"!  In Lisa and RC jr's world, I suspect not doing what your are told/asked to do, could constitute, unfaithfulness.  This stuff is so unbelievable.  I feel for the children.  What heartache.  

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AnnaSofia

Many thanks to @forgetmenow for the screenshots!

 

Ya know, in a different scenario, I would have sympathy for someone in Lisa's position. When a person dies young, there can be a tendency to remember them as something closer to an angel than a flesh and blood human being. It would be even more acute in a case like this one, a pastor's wife from a theological dynasty that leans heavily toward cult of personality, a number of adult step-children in the mix, etc. I'm sure it legitimately wouldn't be easy to navigate for most people.

That said, I think 99.9% of people would handle it with more grace than we've seen from Lisa.

And after reading her last few posts, I'm convinced that a pack of rabid badgers would handle it with more grace than Lisa.

 

We get it, Lisa. You're a narcissist with a persecution complex. You can't possibly be wrong, so clearly everyone* else is. Up to and including a woman who died nearly nine years ago.

I know you will never consider the possibility, but maybe, just *maybe* the problem is you.

 

The (darkly) funny thing about Lisa's fixation on Denise is that Lisa could never in a million years have coped with the lifestyle Denise was expected to live. Denise earned the respect of her community because, occasional publication aside, she did what a woman in a patriarchal world is supposed to do, keep her head down (no matter what humiliation her husband might throw her way) and quietly raise a family.

Without constant praise and attention, Queen Lisa melts down like a toddler.

 

 

*Except Spanky. Until that inevitably goes bust as well.

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Katzchen24

I was widowed (without kids) over 20 years ago, and while it is true that the past becomes a bit rosier with distance, I have moved on. I expect my new partner to understand the sadness that comes from acknowledging certain anniversaries because that's just being a decent human being. I would never, ever tolerate my new partner talking about my previous one in the way Lisa has about Denise. Never. In the same way, I would never talk shit about my new partner's ex in any kind of public forum, and particularly not in front of their children. 

This is cruel and unbelievably selfish behaviour from both of them. The fact that they can find biblical justification for their assholery speaks volumes about what faith is to them.

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forgetmenow
2 hours ago, Flyinthesoup said:

I want their definition of "unfaithfulness"!  In Lisa and RC jr's world, I suspect not doing what your are told/asked to do, could constitute, unfaithfulness.  This stuff is so unbelievable.  I feel for the children.  What heartache.  

I wonder that, too.  The wording is pretty careful.  Lisa specifically accuses her ex-husbands of infidelities, but the murky charge of "marital unfaithfulness"  is hurled at the late Mrs. Sproul.

I'm all about discretion, but if she's publicly accusing the Original First Lady of the Sproul Household of adultery, she better come with receipts.  If it's anything other, then shame on her for using deceptive language to damage a dead woman's reputation.  She knows what people will assume when they read these words.

Edited by forgetmenow

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