Gang Stalking – If a perp calls you “boring”, it’s a compliment.

amy Whale, breaching, Stellwagen Bank National...

amy Whale, breaching, Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I Want Your Money

I Want Your Money (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The New Yorker

The New Yorker (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Today, the whale (my apologies to whales) in apartment 206 put a smile on my face. I’m still smiling.

As I walked by her today, she told the guy who lives next to her (he’s also a perp) that I am boring.  It made me smile.  No one likes to have someone call him boring, but in our case, it’s a compliment.  You’re probably wondering how in the world something like being called boring can be called a compliment.

Well, this is now it works.  The whale is not getting any reaction from me.  She’s not getting paid, either.  The perps get paid for whatever they report back to their monitor.  Since I’m not reacting to what the whale does, she’s not getting any payment.  That’s why the perps are always trying to get us to do or say something.  They then have something to report and make some money.  Nothing to report, no money.

I really don’t know how the whale makes her money. She doesn’t work.  She’s always home.  She’s living off me, basically.  She’s living off the money she can make off me.  As a matter of fact, all the people who live on my floor live off me. Not one of them works.  And the ones on the first floor don’t work, either.  One guy used to work, but he no longer does.  Now, he stays home and tries to live off what he can make off me.  They must get good pay, otherwise, how do they pay their rent and bills?

The whale loudly said I was boring to get me to react as I walked by.  I said nothing and kept on walking.

It’s taken me four years to learn to keep my shut.  I’m a New Yorker, and we don’t let anyone dump on us. No one.  So finally to be able to walk by a whale and say nothing is success.  Well, anyway, it’s success for a few days.  I’ll probably revert to my New York  myself if I really need to.  I’m hoping I can keep my mouth shut for a long time, long time.

So, if some perp calls you “boring”, consider it a compliment. It means the perp is not making any money off you.  And keep up the good work.  Congrats!

And I’m still smiling. I don’t think the whale is. She looked very unhappy.

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8 thoughts on “Gang Stalking – If a perp calls you “boring”, it’s a compliment.

    • I don’t know, but I’m pretty sure they get good pay. My sister, who I used to live with, always used to tell me how she was being given money by some people she helped. I knew she was getting money from perping me.

  1. Ty for the Tex…odd…my boyfriend, whim I believe is their main informant… calls himself BORED….OR….BORED FOOL as nicknames on a app iPhone game…work war….which I believe he uses to communicate with others as to my leaving to the store etc….if you can add to this in any way…much appreciated….I going a gang stalker defence lawyer here in Toronto… I have to call him asap…I will keep you informed…again…ty….I am happy to hear your feeling better….Google this .gang stalking defence lawyers…..there out there….if you know your source…you got a law sour…also. …read URBAN DICTIONARY…DEFFINITION FOR GANG STALKING……LOTS OF INFO…..GOODNIGHT…

  2. Hardly anyone on this block works. Everyone in the NEIGHBORHOOD is home all day or works some miraculous job where they can shoot home in a minute. When a few people nearby worked it was blocks from the apartment. Go walking at 2 pm and everyone is lounging around including men. I know a few are on govt checks but that gets used like the first week of the month so they must be supplementing with the job income you don’t have to report.

      • It is scary to think that the only way they get paid is to bank on our reacting to them. I tried to ignore them on and off and they were having less influence with me then they tried a “new” weapon.

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