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“I’m not demanding in the name of justice that every fatty hierarch be jeered or condemned just because the fatness of one or two has been remarked, however. I do feel that Bishop Nikolai’s reference to Bishop Benjamin’s failure to control his appetite(s) as evidenced by his ballooning up even after stomach surgery and apparently compulsive drinking and porno-laden hard drive.”
Given Nikolai’s skeletal gauntness, can we therefore assume that his appetite(s) are also to blame for his physical condition? Heroin and/or Methamphetamine addiction certainly lead to such ‘disgusting and repulsive’ – nay – GROTESQUE emaciation. Let the jeering begin!
» Posted By Heracleides On May 12, 2012 @ 11:59 am
Cough, cough… while the style and tone of the above post very much resemble something I would write in response to this bishop, let me come forward and state for the record that I am not, nor have I ever posted under the pseudonym Centurion.
P.S. Jane – told ya he’d be back.
» Posted By Heracleides On May 9, 2012 @ 12:38 pm
I admit I struggled with the slogans… almost went with “Maimi is the new Baltimore” Perhaps you could suggest something better, Antonia, as I’m certainly open to suggestions.
» Posted By Heracleides On May 12, 2012 @ 2:32 pm
Hablando del Diablo! I just received a couple of postcards from Maimi. Have scanned and posted them as “Gulag” & “Email” – both may be viewed here: http://s1235.photobucket.com/albums/ff436/Heracleides/
» Posted By Heracleides On May 12, 2012 @ 9:01 am
“One does wonder, though, what else the OCA was supposed to do with Bishop Mark.”
Gee, I don’t know… perhaps send him to Baltimore to tend “his” flock… and if none exists, why, then he might just need to establish a mission and get his hands dirty rather than “earning” $70,000 in Miami working on his tan whilst soaking up the sun.
» Posted By Heracleides On May 10, 2012 @ 10:29 pm
» Posted By Heracleides On May 10, 2012 @ 9:31 am
Whatever sir. Just don’t accuse me of “jeopardizing” your “personal safety.” You’re the idiot who posted his resume with name and address online, not me. Man up – if possible – and take responsibility for your own safety (or lack thereof as the case may be).
As for your clinical expertise… it is nice to see that your queer “We Are Their Legacy” website has gone bellyup. I do see, however, that that occurrence hasn’t prevented you (on your new website) from whining about your experience on Monomakhos after failing to spread your queer legacy tripe. To quote a certain sophomoric closet-case: “Blah, blah, blah.”
» Posted By Heracleides On May 1, 2012 @ 6:46 pm
Actually, Mr. Stankovich, linking to your resume did have a reason. You were busily trumpeting your clinical expertise in a thread and after examining your clinical experience to verify your claims I decided others might be interested as well. Bottom line: If you don’t want your personal information out there, then don’t make it available – and, no – I am not buying your nonsense that you are not responsible for it being listed on an employment website. In other words, I seriously doubt that jobs.com pulled your resume out of thin air, and all your frantic hand waving to the contrary isn’t going to change that fact.
» Posted By Heracleides On May 1, 2012 @ 3:37 pm
As I said – get a clue. Your resume is *still* online Mr. Stankovich and using google I found it once again in all of two minutes! (google: m. stankovich lcsw resume – third result.) If you’re really that concerned about your safety, and not simply blowing smoke, perhaps you might… oh, I don’t know… remove it?
» Posted By Heracleides On April 30, 2012 @ 11:43 pm
Actually, YOU posted your resume online, I simply linked to it… dare I suggest you get a clue?
» Posted By Heracleides On April 30, 2012 @ 9:13 pm
Sava – are you by any chance also known as “Spartion Geometrias” (whose blog entries seem eerily similar to what you’ve been posting here)?
» Posted By Heracleides On April 30, 2012 @ 10:25 am
Here ya go Helga. A “God or Maymon?” button template for use on ‘Zazzle’ may be viewed in this new album: http://s1235.photobucket.com/albums/ff436/Heracleides/Maymon/
» Posted By Heracleides On April 28, 2012 @ 2:52 pm
I’ll buy that and your bridge too. If what you say is true, perhaps you could talk the Despot into taking the Thief back into his fold? T’would be a win-win situation all around.
» Posted By Heracleides On April 26, 2012 @ 4:03 pm
You’ve nailed it, George. (Now, where is the double thumbs-up option?)
» Posted By Heracleides On May 15, 2012 @ 8:27 pm
Ditto. Only thing worse I can think of would be to inflict Bp. Mark of the faithful of Alaska.
» Posted By Heracleides On May 13, 2012 @ 3:21 pm
Very well said, Father.
» Posted By Heracleides On April 21, 2012 @ 9:55 am
Haha…gotta luv ya Bishop. There are so many things in your post above that my baser side (there’s another one of those euphemisms) would love to pounce upon, but I will refrain. Please believe me when I say in all sincerity that I’d be honored in having you as my bishop over a boatload of Benjamins’ any day of the week. Hoping you have a blessed Holy Week, I withdraw from this, ah, meandering conversation. Pax.
P.S. Feel free to have the last word… as I’m sure you will
» Posted By Heracleides On April 10, 2012 @ 1:40 pm
Sorry to see that you’ve deleted your post. It was uplifting and I was happy to hear that you’ve had a rewarding Lent. May the same hold true this week.
» Posted By Heracleides On April 10, 2012 @ 9:15 am
Ah yes, attack the source if it contradicts such renowned “scholarly lexicographers” as yourself. Abject poverty, abject sin. Deal with it. Or not.
And yes, “Bad Bishop!” The fruit of your labors (or mentoring as case may be) in the case of Vincent Peterson is quite evident as anyone with functioning oilfactory glands may testify. “There. Save it.”
» Posted By Heracleides On April 10, 2012 @ 7:58 am
“I sure hope Heracleides, whose art I most appreciate, did not make up the definition he posted here.”
Of course I didn’t. In order that you may assuage your misgivings (or as is more likely, further pontificate), the two sources I utilized are as follows:
As for your identification with those who vomit, might I speculate Bishop that in times past you’ve mayhap tarried in the company of Bp. Benjamin, your former protégé, longer than was prudent?
» Posted By Heracleides On April 9, 2012 @ 10:06 pm
1.(of a situation or condition) Extremely bad, unpleasant, and degrading.
2.(of an unhappy state of mind) Experienced to the maximum degree.
1. transgression of divine law: the sin of Adam.
2. any act regarded as such a transgression, especially a willful or deliberate violation of some religious or moral principle.
3. any reprehensible or regrettable action, behavior, lapse, etc.; great fault or offense.
Now let’s see Bishop… given the actual topic of this thread, might not, oh, I don’t know, serial child rape and decades-long sexual trafficking in minors qualify as abject sins? (Personally, I’d also include being puking-drunk in a cop car as a possible candidate as well.)
P.S. If you’ll pay close attention to the quotation of Reverend Reardon you’ll note he was speaking of bishops “communicating” [with?] one another, not communing (or even excommunicating) one another. (And before Carl goes ballistic, yes – I was having a bit of fun at Fr. Patrick’s expense over his typo. Not a big deal. Actually, I quite agree with the Reverend’s statement as written: “As soon as bishops start communicating [with] one another for moral failings, there will be no end of schisms.” …either that or an ensuing sense of solidarity.)
» Posted By Heracleides On April 9, 2012 @ 5:25 pm
Reverend Reardon prognosticates: “As soon as bishops start communicating one another for moral failings, there will be no end of schisms.”
Actually, I believe that many if not most bishops already are “communicating” one another despite profound “moral failings” (don’t you just love those touchie-feelie euphemisms for abject sin?).
» Posted By Heracleides On April 9, 2012 @ 2:12 pm
Not to worry Jane. On this blog the Bishop has threatened to leave on at least two occasions and subsequently remained. He has made similar announcements on various other fora over the years and to my knowledge never followed through. As usual, those who trumpet their departure rarely do.
» Posted By Heracleides On April 21, 2012 @ 10:33 pm
Ditto, George – my apologies.
» Posted By Heracleides On April 21, 2012 @ 2:33 pm
“Heracleides, get a life, preferably a life with Christ.”
“The bishop [Tikhon Fitzgerald] at one point admonished parents to “get a life – get a life in Christ”.
Source: http://www.eurekaencyclopedia.com/index.php/Category:Other_Orthodox_Abuse (Near bottom of webpage under “Anon predator”.)
Recycling the same flippant comment when someone interacts with you in a manner you find challenging? How, um, original. Interesting to note that this was originally your response to those who brought to your attention that their children were prey to a pedophile in their midst at Holy Trinity Cathedral in San Francisco. How utterly sad.
» Posted By Heracleides On April 21, 2012 @ 2:22 pm
Again with the mockery of an elderly lady, eh Bishop? With an advocate such as yourself, is it any wonder that your crony, Nikolai, remains in ecclesial limbo? As previously noted, you are a petty man unworthy of the office.
Given that you claim to be off your medications, you truly are to be pitied. Get help, Bishop, as your words only serve to showcase how profoundly disturbed you are. Does your illness go beyond the physiological? Is its origin perhaps demonic? One wonders.
P.S. You have repeatedly claimed that “much of Bishop Nikolai’s personal savings, accumulated prior to his becoming a Bishop, had been SPENT on, given away to the Church in Alaska.” Where then are the receipts to corroborate your (and presumably his) claim? To quote you: “Put up or shut up!”
» Posted By Heracleides On April 21, 2012 @ 9:13 am
It slipped past spell check – so sue me. You really are a petty individual, Bishop, but then I strongly suspect you know that and derive great satisfaction from it. On the other hand, you of course are correct; it’s been the absolute thrill of my life matching wits with a real, honest to God, mentally ill OCA bishop. Given the current state of the OCA, I wonder what the odds are of that ever happening again? Toodles.
» Posted By Heracleides On April 19, 2012 @ 10:11 pm
Pfui! Only someone with mental issues would feign ignorance as too “what a mental issue is.” I suppose I should simply have said you’re a nut case (that technical enough for you? No? Then try: have been diagnosed with a mental illness), have taken psychotropic drugs to treat your mental illness, and that anything you have said past or present in regards to your crony Nikolai must be examined bearing those facts in mind. Only in the OCA could the two of you have been made bishops and remain so. The one thing worse than Nikolai being dumped on ROCOR would be you following suit. Heaven help us.
» Posted By Heracleides On April 19, 2012 @ 9:08 pm
1. A thing that is extremely or unusually large.
2. A gross or blatant lie.
Try #2. Or better yet, break out your handy-dandy Oxford English Dictionary that you keep on top of your copy of the Holy Scripture and educate yourself.
» Posted By Heracleides On April 19, 2012 @ 8:31 pm
Back To Stats Page
Yes, yes Bishop – repeat your whoopers loudly and frequently enough and maybe someone will believe ‘em. Given your conduct on multiple fora, your actions speak for themselves (I’d forgotten what an absolute arse you were on the Indiana List until reviewing your posts there). End of story, or, to quote your pal Nikolai: “Shut up – you bore me!”
Now, toddle off and resume verbally smacking around little old ladies for the sake of your thrice-holy crackpot clerical friend. Birds, feathers, etc.
Hmmmm… crackpot clerical friends… CCF, I quite like that – it describes so much of Orthodoxy.
» Posted By Heracleides On April 19, 2012 @ 2:25 pm