I have more to say about the Tozars than Cathy ever did? Really?
What follows is just a taste of the Tozars. I got some of Cathy’s comments in various places about them. And the stuff from the fake Tozar page is not complete, in part because I was just grabbing what I could before Cathy took the page down. Cathy herself, using her real name, is not present. That’s because by that time she had blocked me.
I present the Tozars, as created by Cathy Harris.
Notice how Teresa carries on with her apology? This is what you have to do if you offend Cathy Harris. Teresa understands that. You have to genuflect and cower. I don’t call her St. Catherine of Victimhood for nothing.
And this is interesting, as an aside. Cleo was not IFB (independent fundamental Baptist) at all. But this was early in 2011. Cathy hadn’t gotten her terminology right. Carl McIntire was a Presbyterian.
An interesting thing here that I want to point out is that “Ed” and “Elizabeth” have no friends except Cathy’s friends. They don’t appear to know anyone else on earth.
All these names that are tagged? Cathy’s friends. Some of them have wised up in the years since all this happened, and are no longer her buddies, but there are almost no names there I do not recognize.
See how Cathy uses “Elizabeth” to blast away at Richard Harris? She uses the story that somehow “Elizabeth” and “Ed” went to Harris and asked about their daughter who went missing. And Harris lies to them.
Does this sound familiar?
Lara is talking about Jocelyn Zichterman. Cathy and Camille decided they hated Jocelyn and set out to destroy her, something they’ve attempted again and again since. I’ve experienced their wrath, of course, but I’m not the only one. And “Elizabeth” is all interested in this stupid shit.
I wonder as I look back at this if Lara feels betrayed by this. She apparently does not, since she has remained a leghumper.
Is there any reasonable person who would believe that a woman of normal intelligence who had lived in America since 1962 would be so completely unable to write English? This, of course, is Cathy’s imagining of how an immigrant would write.