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Open Free for All / Grinch last night
« on: November 29, 2007, 08:38:17 PM »
We watched the Grinch last night.  Saw "The Mist" over the weekend, it was pretty creepy.  Gawd I hate spiders.

Facility Question and Answers / Re: Roloff's - sadistic den of torture
« on: November 28, 2007, 11:57:41 PM »
[/quote]I digress then.. It is a good christian place that puts the love of Jesus right up your puckered arse.[/quote]

Occasionally I forget that the written exchange lacks the dripping sounds of sarcasm you'd hear if I were speaking the same sentence.  Try to imagine it while you read 95% of my posts, it's a trademark.  

By the by, I learned soooo much more about misbehavior from my Roloff 'experience' than I ever would have had I stayed in school at my tiny hick (heathen) public school.  Which is probably why my poor sister wound up getting home schooled.  Poor kid.

Facility Question and Answers / Sharing stories
« on: November 28, 2007, 11:51:33 PM »
Ooooooh, I remember this one time, at crazy zealot fundamentalist Baptist camp...

When we snuck out, the fog was soooooooooo thick that people walking to the church for their prayer session in the wee hours of Saturday night couldn't see us, and we were less than 2 feet away.  Now THAT my friend was cool.   8-)

What did we do when we snuck out?  Hung out in an abandoned trailer and listened to the radio *gasp* worldy music, smoked a few cigarettes and a couple girls smooched on the two farm brats we snuck out to meet.  JEZEBELS!!!!  Oh we were so rebelious.  *Eyes rolling*

Facility Question and Answers / Re: How Long Did It Take You To Realize
« on: November 27, 2007, 11:56:12 PM »
Quote from: ""lorrispickelmire""
Hey Hurikayne,
How long did it take you to realize your diploma was worth less than the paper it was printed on?

I had no problems attending college in New Mexico or California, it was Illinois that pinpointed some 'issues' when some of the gang from RollofAlumni started to discuss it, I finally put two & two together...this has been in the last couple of years.  I've been fortunate enough to never have been denied a job over it, however, if I want to pursue a career in a more professional environment, looks like I'll have to get a GED.  Go fucking figure.

Facility Question and Answers / Lighthouse, direct Roloff "programs"
« on: November 27, 2007, 11:51:17 PM »
I have friends that were incarcerated there.  As bad as Jubilee and Rebekah were, they were a fucking cake walk comparitively speaking.

Facility Question and Answers / Re: Cultlike Hell!
« on: November 27, 2007, 11:45:07 PM »
Quote from: ""lorrispickelmire""
Roloff is not cultlike, it is a cult.
 Preachin' to the choir, the girls side anyway..., hon.  :)  

I do tend to rant when I'm drinking don't I?

Facility Question and Answers / Agape
« on: November 27, 2007, 11:36:53 PM »
Quote from: ""lorrispickelmire""

Victory Christian Academy
Jay, Fla.
* School founder denied connections to Roloff, but former students say he worked at a Roloff school. He hung up the phone when questioned.

Who is it?  E-mail me at my yahoo account if you aren't comfortable naming him/her publicly.

Facility Question and Answers / Roloff's - sadistic den of torture
« on: November 27, 2007, 11:32:55 PM »
Quote from: ""Che Gookin""
I'm getting the point in general that Roloff's is a sadistic  den of torture.

No brother Gookin, it was not a sadistic den of torture, it was 'good Christian enlightenment.'  Which explains why I attempted to run away from the facility, succeeded in running away from home shortly after my 18th b-day.  And, upon my foray into the free world I then experimented with drugs, alcohol, sex and rock & roll, baby.  Yeah, it was a great experience.  OH YEAH, and the diploma I received isn't worth wiping my ass with.  FABULOUS place, great teachings.

Facility Question and Answers / Roloff's - punishment
« on: November 27, 2007, 11:25:41 PM »
Quote from: ""Che Gookin""
Did they ever use extended prayer sessions as a punishment?

Every morning and every evening we had the pleasure of listening to an hour of the very deceased Lester Roloff preach.  This was the only media we got.  No television, radio or newspaper.  Every Saturday night, we had to walk to the church at some wee hour of the morning and pray for an hour plus, then walk back to our trailer and get up early for church Sunday morning, I recall that as being really miserable.  Once, after several of us had snuck out, Mrs. Cameron realized we were all asleep and started pounding on the piano to wake us up.  Hehehee.

I don't remember much else from the farm, as far as punishment, although I did get licks once right before a friend went home.  She was packing and I fell asleep in her bed while she was doing so.

Jubilee, however was another animal.  If you broke any number of ludicrous rules, a speck of something on the carpet, stepping foot into someone elses room (regardless of whether the other people said it was okay), looking around before church started, speaking to anyone NOT in the program you were in, etc...  your "punishment" was first to run a specific number of laps, and second to write down a scripture 100 times.  The meaner staff chose LONG verses.  Sometimes you got to scrub floors with a toothbrush, for HOURS and still had to get up the next morning and function normally.  Oh joy.  I know we had Bible study as well, in the evenings, mass recitation of scriptures etc...

Lock up...ah..the memories.  I know I was in lockup for a week the first time...don't remember how long the second time.  Lock up was a room with a blue mat.  That's it.  No pillow, no sheets, nada.  You laid in a room all day.  I don't recall many bathroom breaks, and I do recall not getting a shower.  We had sermons blasted at us all day long.  Possibly all night.  Can't remember.

Facility Question and Answers / Roloff's
« on: November 27, 2007, 11:01:02 PM »
Quote from: ""Che Gookin""
Good question... Are there any of the Roloff Facilities left in existence?

Did the facilities in general have the same common model of treatment/mistreament?

I later was caught sneaking out and ultimately ended up in Jubilee.  Like Lorrie, I have other acquaintances who have been in the various programs of the Roloff regime at varying times, the model of treatment/mistreatment is VERY similar.

Facility Question and Answers / Re: Roloffs
« on: November 27, 2007, 10:53:37 PM »
Quote from: ""Che Gookin""
Yo Homies.. Give me the 411 about this duckfarm!

1) Is this a single facility or multiple facilities under the same name?

2) Who owns it?

3) When did it open?

4) Where is it located?

5) When did you attend?

Lorrie's done a hell of a job explaining so much already.  

1 - 4. Multiple, as described in prior posts...

5.  I attended the People's Baptist Church Christian School from September 1987 to May 1988.  Initially I went to live on the farm compound in the Corpus area with 5 other girls.  We had an older couple who were in charge of us.  Rebekah was shutdown by the state of Texas at the time, and the girls who had been in Rebekah at the time had been secreted of to Bethesda in Missouri.

Open Free for All / castle...
« on: November 26, 2007, 09:57:51 PM »
Well, then you would DEFINITELY like Firefly.  If you get a chance to watch, they will be airing the first 8 episodes (in order this time) on SciFi on December 14th, or's a Friday.

Benchmark Young Adult School / Benchmark Transitions / Congratulations...
« on: November 23, 2007, 10:36:55 PM »
...for having the desire and will to do something, as well as the tenacity.  Too long I have slept, burying deep within the reason, will and desire to do something.  I'm glad you boys have a purpose, and the desire and the will.  KUDOS, KUDOS, KUDOS :exclaim:

Open Free for All / Firefly
« on: November 23, 2007, 09:54:36 PM »
I just found out that SciFi will be airing 8 episodes on December 14th of firefly.  Just thought I'd spread the word, since, as I mentioned in my prior post, it's pretty cool.

Open Free for All / Firefly
« on: November 23, 2007, 12:21:46 PM »
A friend brought over a series that went belly up, but was actually very cool.  Due to the fact that I don't watch much television, I missed it when it was airing.  Too bad, it was pretty good.

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