I’m grateful for the emergence of this subverse because I am in need of just the kind of critical thinking that pizzagate investigators are great at.
I don’t directly remember being sexually abused by anyone, ever. (I did have an abusive dad but I only remember getting yelled at a lot.) But there’s a time period in my life that I don’t remember all that well, when I was about 8 years old. I had a tape recorder and played with it all the time, so parts of my childhood are actually documented. Listening back to some of the tapes with my newfound “pizzagate” training, some of the material sounds suspicious. Let’s put it this way: if these tapes were made by a child other than myself, I would be worried about the child who made them.
I’d like to start with two songs I made up and sang into the recorder. Although I recorded them while alone I know I played the tapes for my dad and he certainly didn’t react badly or anything.
[start of song: Mean Mad Monster]
The Mean Mad Monster's back in town
And he's havin' a real wild play
He has a lot of fun stealin' everything
And he scares the police away.
And he's afraid to talk about the things that he's doin'
But he has a lot of fun doin' the things he's done.
One day he goes to the candy store and he steals a lot of candy now
But he gives it all to a person he knows very well
And he thinks that he's doin' it okay but he's doin' a lot of things wrong
But you would certainly think that you're havin' a lot of fun hearin' my song
So why don't you sing along.
The mean mad monster, yeah, he's back in town.
The mean mad monster
He's havin' a real wild play
He's havin' fun stealin' it
And he scares the policemen away
One day he went to the candy store
He stole a lot
He's afraid to talk about the things that he does
But you'd think that he's comin' back to town again
But why should he do that?
He's stolen enough to please him.
So now he's a
Kind nice monster
He's havin' a real good play
Apologizing and bringing the things back he stole
He's feeling good again [but sounds like "a gay" on the tape]
So if you'll agree with me
He's a nice monster indeed
So why don't you go and see him
And he might beg and he will plead
For you to sing him the story of his life
For you to sing the story of his life
[end of song: Mean Mad Monster]
[start of song: When I’m In Real Bad Trouble]
When I'm in real bad trouble
And I don't know what to do
I go into the restroom
And I think about it with you
You need an answer and it might as well be soon
And I think I'll have it before it's noon
When I exit I flush the toilet
So it won't be that easy to find
But really I've got an idea
That'll blow everybody's mind
You think you're in trouble so you might as well be dead
But you've got the answer right there in your head
[end of song: When I’m in Real Bad Trouble]
I’ve always had a big imagination so it’s entirely possible that these are just made up stories with no connection to anything real, but, well, in concert with other things on the tapes and things that I remember and have been able to corroborate through family members and other sources, I do have to wonder. Some of these lyrics are just odd to be coming from an 8 year old.
I have no fear of being “triggered” so feel free to write anything that comes to mind. (I’ve been following pizzagate threads and have the stomach for it, even the worldcorpo stuff doesn’t faze me particularly.)
Oh and as a kind of curious aside, I did a web search on “Mean Mad Monster” and “When I’m In Real Bad Trouble” to make sure I hadn’t posted these lyrics before. Nothing turned up that would doxx me, but two of the documents that were “hits” for those phrases (out of three hits total) turned out to be about child abuse.
So, pizzagatesurvivors, whaddya think?