JW's getting creative (or desperate) to preach during the pandemic ....

by EdenOne 13 Replies latest jw experiences

  • EdenOne

    So, there's this social game called Second Life.

    There one creates an avatar and can lead a parallel life. There's a bit of everything, from General environments to Adult. It can be a hub for creative people, it can be a magnet for creeps. Anything goes. Anyway, me and my wife play the game and I'm involved in the live music community there. It's one way to make new friendships and perform live during the pandemic.

    And guess what ... ? I thought I'd never see the day, but yesterday I was going through the "Events" schedule, and I noticed a few entries that resonated something familiar:

    Hmmmm. There were similar events with "lectures" themed "What is God's Kingdom?" and "What is God Like?". Soooo familiar. So I went to the advertised virtual location of the event. And ....voila!

    Someone (it's a female profile) is getting very creative (or desperate) to count the hours for the monthly slip.

    I wonder if the HQ knows anything about this.

    I left a message asking if she will cover her head during the meeting if a male will be present ....

  • john.prestor

    Okay that's pretty damn funny :P

  • Biahi

    Also, you should ask her if she’s counting her time (she is).

  • Vidiot

    JWs in The Matrix.

  • Overrated

    I see it on FB, YouTube, and even JW'S going to my email to count time. Very desperate to make hours. And I get crazy letters from time to time.

  • FedUpJW

    Perhaps you should offer her a bite of fruit? I just had to say that. Do not mean to offend.

  • Antonio_Madaleno
  • BluesBrother

    Definitely unofficial and frowned upon by those at the top.. I see it came from DreamWorld. That’s kind of appropriate.

  • FFGhost
    I left a message asking if she will cover her head during the meeting if a male will be present ....

    Now that's funny. That deserves applause and a

  • DesirousOfChange

    I think JW's are getting creative so as to convince themselves that they are still "preaching". Face it, they never were really very effective about getting out their message about "God's Kingdom". Simply ask any typical person what they know about JW's and you'll be lucky if get anything more than a blurb about not celebrating Christmas or birthdays, or maybe if you're really lucky something about blood transfusions (but that's likely someone that ha some personal experience with a JW family member in crisis).

    Jesus really chose a shitty PR group. Any Fortune 500 biz would have fired them for nonperformance.

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