011 – Tara’s a Terrible Liar

You’d think she’d be better at it.

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  1. I am a genuine, born-again believer in Jesus Christ as my: Lord, Savior, and Life.
    That said, after many years of being the aforementioned person, I am very suspicious of people like Tara who go on and on using “Christian-ease” type language and endlessly talk, communicate and correspond using nothing-but, or mostly anyway, Bible verses & passages. I read through her correspondence you posted. A lot of christian – jargon, Bible references, and generally christian-like, biblical rambling and babbling. That tends to be a tip-off to me when people come off as too christiany, like it’s forced or on purpose to convince you they’re really goodie-goodie. The lady doth protest too much.
    My intuition, instincts, and “Spidie-Sense” kicks in when people use certain kinds of language to mask their true intentions or seem to use it to deceive others.
    I’ve come across a lot of people in my 55 years of living who are con-artists, scammers, and hustlers. You get to where you can recognize their pattern of actions and methods of communication. My friends know me as; a-soft-touch, if you know what I mean. I’ve been scammed a few times. Serpents can be clever at deceiving.
    Female scammers tend to play-themselves-up as the righteous, wrongly attacked victim, and effusively and aggressively ask for help, support, and deviously, in cases of misusing The Lord’s name, they ask for prayer. Man, I’ve seen it before; “Please pray for me, I’m the victim.” Running a scam and using The Lord’s name while doing it is a really despicable thing to do.
    And of coarse, I would advise anyone doing that to repent because The Lord says very clearly in the 3rd Commandment, “the LORD will not hold anyone guiltless who misuses his name.” Ouch. If she’s doing that, she needs to stop and repent immediately.
    I’m watching your interview with Tracy Beanz right now. Glad I came across you.
    Godspeed fellow bearded one!

    • Beardbot 2.0

      January 14, 2018 at 2:55 pm

      You are so spot-on Robert, this is exactly what my grandfather-in-law was dealing with unfortunately. I am incredibly appreciative that you took the time to go through the material and listen to the interview with Tracy Beanz. It is humbling to see so many people show their support.

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