One of our readers has reported that he has tracked the origin of Robin Edgar’s Internet activity:
the IP listed is Bibliotheque Nationale Du Quebec.
Indeed, this is the provincial library for Quebec, and their website shows that, like other public libraries, they offer free Internet service. As our reader speculates:
if he’s accessing the internet through the library these days, that might mean he’s now unemployed- which would explain how he has time for all this. And why he’s been extra bitter lately, too.
Now, when most people lose a job, they devote their time to finding a new one. Instead, Robin Edgar appears to be increasing his lashing out at Unitarian Universalist. Does he actually believe this will get him gainful employment?
An alternative explanation is that he actually works at the library … and is doing his anti-UU blogging, commenting and web-surfing while on the job. Not likely, however, as most large employers tend to monitor their personnel’s computer activity these days.
Either way, we have a question for Mister Edgar. How can you continue to insist that you are not obsessed? Only an obsessed individual would spend more time online lashing out in anger at so many individuals instead of finding gainful employment and moving on with your life. Only an obsessed individual would engage in such behaviour while on the clock, placing their employment status in jeopary.
This is not the behaviour of a healthy individual. You need to move on with your life, sir. Rather than dwell on the ‘wrongs’ which you constantly allege have been done against you, or claiming to be some righteous crusader while behaving like a rage-filled stalker, the time is long overdue for you to let go. You say that you are a spiritual man, Mister Edgar. The great spiritual traditions of the world call for forgiveness of wrongs, whether perceived or real. Why are you so unable to embrace this virtue?
Get help, Mister Edgar. We implore you once again. Putting this campaign of rancor and bitterness above earning a decent wage makes no sense, and cannot lead to anything good for you.