Updated 29 June 2020
Some people do not like me or my work, which is to be expected. But, there is one person, who like no other, is uncontrollably infatuated with me. I somehow have gotten under his skin, for the rest of his life. 💖
This enraged (deranged?) person constantly whines and devotes part of their life to hating me and my work. He has at least two anonymous Twitter accounts (here and here) — not for the purpose of defending himself or his work but to cowardly disparage me and my work. His lame cyberbullying features vicious, scorpion-like ad hominem attacks, imputed motives, sophistry, and, occasionally, a useful criticism. Everyone needs a hobby, I guess, including this angry beaver. 👿
Does your VIP wife know about your strange obsession? 💑
The purpose of these burner Twitter accounts is to express his trenchant skills, an outlet for griping, to discredit other people’s work, and to influence people via disinformation cloaked in wit, humor, or sarcasm. Whether it achieves its purpose, it reveals towering immaturity and professional and personal weakness, as well as long-term psychological distress (Lean psychosis?). 🤪
There is only one person in all of Lean-world who is sneaky (nuts?) enough to direct message himself through his burner Twitter accounts. 🤡 Bugs Bunny said it best:
Obsessively manicured in appearance and reputation (narcissist), he is respected, admired, socially fluid, and has thousands of followers on social media who are unaware of his persistent unusual behavior. When not fearfully hiding behind anonymous Twitter accounts, he presents himself as serious, sincere, and mature. He was educated at top U.S. universities and earned multiple graduate degrees but sadly lacks a Ph.D., which would have taught him how to criticize based on facts rather than emotionally-charged mad ravings. 🥴
He is a loyal and obedient Lean patriot, limited in intellectual capability and creativity, who feverishly idolizes Lean movement leaders to the detriment of his own learning and development. Despite his unremitting inadequacies, jealousy, and resentment, he has made a couple of useful contributions to the body of Lean knowledge and has helped some people through his impercipient work. He lives for the limelight, loves to network, and savors the fawning behavior of his followers. Is that any surprise? 🤷
I am under your skin, forever.
That is your choice, not mine. 💋
The End is Near?
Elsewhere Jenna begins to worry that her stalker, Maynard Roger Hoynes (Horatio Sanz), has lost interest in her. Jenna tracks down Maynard and her suspicions are confirmed, after he tells her that his therapist encouraged him to stop his obsession with her and move forward.From the TV show 30 Rock, Season 4, Episode 13
“Bad process behavior is a measure of failure,” said a customer.
As of 29 June 2020, it looks like my mean-spirited friend experienced a breakthrough with his virtual therapist and is now one of my biggest supporters. 💕 Yea! 🥳 Could it be the power of Lean healthcare? ⚕️
The next small step in his rehabilitation is for us to have virtual tea and biscuits together (or virtual whiskey and Fritos — I’m flexible). It will be lovely. I will livestream it on YouTube.
Uh-Oh! Quick Changeover Alert!
Wow! No more than 5 hours passed since the above image praising my work was posted, and he took it down.
He must have relapsed. I am concerned about you Mr. Peeceflow. If you are reading this, please get help. Call 444-Not-Well, 333-Me-Crazy, or 222-Far Gone. That’s 444-Not-Well, 333-Me-Crazy, or 222-Far-Gone. Hurry! Don’t wait! Operators are standing by. If you call right now you’ll get a free 24-piece set of Tupperware. A $75 value just for calling!