In the WTF department, it seems there is a tampon* of a man named Robert Leslie Hymers III, the son of Robert Leslie Hymers Jr. who is the leader of a Protestant cult once named the Open Door Community Churches, and the  son has decided to feud with a certain Blog Mistress named Little Miss Attila. (Full disclosure: I love her blog.)

I would categorize this as a “bad idea.”

In the past, she apparently shared some of her forthright thoughts and comments regarding her experiences in his fathers “church”, and he’s none too happy about it. He’s evidently asked the FBI to investigate stalking behavior from Miss Attila.

How does one stalk from a blog? Inquiring minds want to know.


First off, you need to look again at the title of the lady’s blog before you decide to do something this imbecilic.

Secondly, have you noticed the name of her blog?

Thirdly, if your aim was to quiet the whole thing down, well, you might  be inclined to re-think that little strategy now. Maybe just a bit.


*because Doug beat me to douche-bag.

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  • Matt June 2, 2010 at 7:25 pm

    I caught this at her place yesterday. Seems to me that the cult is trying to silence a critic. It’s pretty par for the course. Now, if this cult is doing some bad stuff, they might be inviting more attention from the authorities than they may want.

  • nicholas June 2, 2010 at 10:41 pm

    How does one manage to get an entire congregation to unanimously vote to excommunicate (?!) a fourteen year old girl?

    Didn’t Saddam Hussein have similar success when looking to measure the support of his followers in his decision making? Did not CNN dutifully report in the last presidential election held a scant four weeks before the bombs started dropping, that Saddam was re-elected, winning a whopping 100% of the vote?

    You’ve got to admit that’s impressive.

    Heil Hymer!

  • Opus #6 June 2, 2010 at 10:48 pm

    Don’t mess with bloggers. The pen is mightier than the sword.

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