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from Anthony - Thursday, April 24, 2003
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Here's a little something I found in my email account today. The "bolding" was my doing.

Now that it's TRF time, I thought I would get on her good side
and bring this up again freshly for all to See and Remember ;)
Let's all reach deeeeep into our pockets, people :D
--- In, "emailaddress@"

Dear everyone,

We have a dream! We hope to thank you for making it possible.
The dream is: WWW.IMATOILET.COM (name still open to suggestions)
We're sure there are lots of you out there who have lives and don't
need the Internet for entertainment, but since that's not our case
we've hatched an idea of a web page solely for our Family
contemporaries to hang out and fellowship online. It's going to be a
place of mirth and love, laughter and Faith -a little society where
you can block out the dark, scary things of this world and delve into
the companionship of each other.

In case you haven't already guessed it, yes, we need money.

Now before you close the window, let us stress that this isn't a ploy
to separate you from your hard-earned cash and give you nothing in
return. We at are totally non-profit and determinedly
dedicated to giving you a good time. will offer:
-Chat room
-Message boards
-Photo page
-Passwords and members-only login
-Anything you want it to have, providing our Webmaster and almighty
genius is able to create it

The content of this page will be 100% Family stuff, and if you have a
problem with that, don't bother becoming a member. This is not a WS
sponsored endeavor, so we have no obligation to be "open-minded" or
even nice. The site will be moderated by yours truly and any posts
that we feel are out of line will be deleted. The reasons we'll be
moderating this site are: 1- we have a power trip. 2-we'd like to
ensure that the site will always carry the freedom-loving spirit of
the Word and The Family.

We need your help to finance the hosting and domain name of the site.
It's about $100 US dollars per year, which is expensive but at the
same time will offer a sturdy long-lasting service. If 10 people send
10 dollars, we'll be all set. Any contribution, no matter how small,
will be greatly appreciated. And upon the eventuality that we receive
more than enough to cover the web costs, (*pinch me, I'm dreaming*)
anything extra we receive will go immediately to the t-shirt fund.

Yes, we plan on having the KEEWWLEST revolutionary t-shirts ever,
which we will be offering at the lowest price possible. We're already
looking into producing them in Mexico and Brazil, and will have them
AS SOON as the Lord provides the funding.

So please feel free to share this little letter with your homes,
friends and anyone who might be interested our project. Donations can
be sent via TRF to CH013, SACRO with a specification that it's for
the IMATOILET fund. Any questions or comments will be gladly received
at emailaddress@...


The (hopeful) team.

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from Capt_Morgan
Thursday, June 26, 2003 - 06:46


Whats up dude? Shoot me a message some time.
I logged on to this site cuz someone tolled me there was news about he whole "family" in Brazil being sounded to good to be true,,,,if it really is so...please let me know!!
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From Anthony
Monday, June 30, 2003, 18:14

Capt_Morgan, I think I lost you email address, so shoot me a note. I didn't realize that mine hasn't been accessible on this site; it is now, as of today. See ya.(reply to this comment
from Joe H
Tuesday, May 06, 2003 - 20:27


They are not our "peers" as the title of this article suggests.  "Peer" is defined as "a person who is of equal standing with another in a group."  They are by no means equal to us, and we are certainly not in their group. 

PS More than quibble about vocabulary, I like to think this comment made a meaningful statement. 

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From Anthony
Tuesday, May 06, 2003, 22:13


Peer:  A person who has equal standing with another or others, as in rank, class, or AGE.">>


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from frmrjoyish
Monday, May 05, 2003 - 20:44

They sure seem to be obsessed with excrement!  Does anyone remember having to write on your OHR if you s''t that day or not, or the color and consistency of it???  We also had to read about the head whakos bowel movements and toilet habits (written in Mo letters- the "new" word of God)!!  Enough alreaady!!!
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from Anthony
Friday, April 25, 2003 - 14:26

Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5(Agree/Disagree?)

More than anything, I really feel sorry for them, as I remember being under the same mental disposition; sad, isn't it?  On the other hand, it's not like they don't have options.  When I first thought of leaving, the "backsliders' network" of our peers wasn't as accessible as it is today, if it had been, chances are I would've left much sooner.

I certainly don't like to think of myself, and those of us who have left, as being any "better" than our sisters and brothers still in, I think some of us simply grow at different rates or pace.  However, with all the evidence and truth about the cult's malicious existence, it's becoming increasingly difficult for me to buy into the "dumb sheep" argument.  Some of us really were the cult's toilet, evidenced by all the crap they dumped on us for their personal relief and regularity.  But once you realize what the deal is, I really wonder about the sanity of those who choose to remain in and even brag about being excrement enclaves and the recipients of fecal facials.

I sincerely hope they all wake up soon, like we have, and all leave Berg's doodoo bowl.

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from PompousJohn
Friday, April 25, 2003 - 08:26


Wow, how our values change. I feel offended by two things:


1) The idea that blocking out the darkness of the world rather than facing it is a good thing, and

2) The idea that 100 bucks a year is expensive, and requires shameless begging.

As Bono said in the live version of "Bullet the Bue Sky" "The God I believe in isn't short of cash, mister."

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From thepersoniamnow
Friday, April 25, 2003, 18:08

Yeah really....since when is a 100 bux a costly revenue? Especialy for people who get everything for free by lying and bullshitting their way around.(reply to this comment
From pharmaboy..
Friday, April 25, 2003, 08:50


right on, I was also disgusted by the 'blocking out the evil world and getting wrapped up in each others company'. At least I'm living REAL life, and as time goes by I'm actually starting to love life, it's exhilarating!!

I refer to TF now as 'the incubator'. It can also be compared to an opiate buzz: warm, fuzzy, and away from the pain. 

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from katrim4
Friday, April 25, 2003 - 01:51


 Once when I was a kid living at the Guadalajara combo, we were having our school time. I had finally been graduated to the "older kids" class where we had to write reactions to one of the TK's. The very first morning I was there some kid had gotten in trouble for being proud or something ridiculous like that. He got up to read the first reaction of the day and since it was all being done to teach us scholastics as well as "immerse us in the word" we had to read the title of the letter and then our reaction. So the first thing out of his mouth is "I am a toilet" spoken in a very loud, trying to be authorative sort of voice. Poor guy, the whole class laughed and laughed. Luckilly for us our teacher was pretty cool and laughed along with us. (Which is to say that he was cool enough to not giveus all a similar punishment. The poor guy turned bright red though, and I'm sure that at that precise moment it didn't seem nearly as funny to him. I'm so glad my daughter will never have to stand up in front of her peers and proclaim with all of the guts she can muster "I am a toilet".

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from LastLaugh
Thursday, April 24, 2003 - 22:54


I'm sure whoever is going to be on this "I am a toilet" team won't be too happy to find out that the domain name is already reserved by .... get this .... (Check TARGET="_new">"> (Check out the homepage if you like, but don't say I didn't warn you.)

Here is what pulled up:

LA Media (omitted)
   7095 Hollywood Blvd, #743
   LOS ANGELES, CA 90028

   Domain Name: IAMATOILET.COM

   Administrative Contact, Technical Contact:
      LA Media  (omitted)
      LA Media
      7095 Hollywood Blvd, #743
      LOS ANGELES, CA 90028
      323 468 8600

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From LastLaugh
Thursday, April 24, 2003, 23:27


OK, so the FamilyYouthGroup guys aren't spelling it the same as the reserved name, but hey, at least they'll get plenty of freaks who mispelled the domain name visiting their site and hitting on them.

If anyone here would like to spend a bit of pocket money, for a small price (under $10), any domain name can be parked for a year and apparently the " team" hasn't thought of that yet.

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from snowhite
Thursday, April 24, 2003 - 18:35

are they really serious? what a joke! i wonder who was the brains (if any) behind it. :) what a laugh.
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from katrim4
Thursday, April 24, 2003 - 17:20

$100 dollars is so much money? Gosh, I can't remember the last time I spent less than that on a grocery bill. Maybe they should consider getting a job that enables them to spend money on their hobbies instead of expecting the hard working citizens of the world to contribute, however indirectly, to their "missionary work" of fellowshiping online. You'd do better if you flushed ten dollars down a toilet of the non imaginary kind.
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from Most Certainly not A Ceramic Fixture
Thursday, April 24, 2003 - 17:18


Um, are you sure this is not a spoof?  I mean "I'm a TOILET"???  I thought they were cleaning up their act.

Well, now I know where to go when I want to pick up such lovely mirthful things as dysentery and other potty sicknesses.

Who's the webmaster, "Beelzebub Lord of the Flies?"

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from Jules
Thursday, April 24, 2003 - 16:21

Oh for goodness sake. It costs next to nothing to create a web site if you use a cheap host.
I think they should call their site www.notmovingon.org">> :)
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