The many blogs of Mersey O’Driscoll

These are ‘blogs’ authored by Mersey O’Driscoll.  Mersey O’Driscoll claims in her blog (link) that ‘I don’t have as much time as you for blogging’ but clearly this, as with so much else, is untrue. Based on the number of weird ‘blogs’ that she has produced it would seem that she has a lot more time than I do for blogging. Although to be fair the quantity of her blogs is not matched by the quality so they may not have taken too much time to produce. You can be the judge of what these blogs mean and what they say about the author (Mersey O’Driscoll). Since most (or perhaps all)  are aimed at me, I think it is only fair that I give my own brief analyses below.

The ‘blogs’ of Mersey O’Driscoll  are characterised by the following:

1. Absence of any factual content. No specific events are described, no facts, no times, no places. Just vague and extremely badly written insinuations of some bad behaviour on my part. Guess why it is not possible to substantiate these allegations? You got it – there is no basis for any legitimate complaint.

2. Psychobabble. Google is an extremely useful tool but as these ‘blogs’ powerfully demonstrate, it is no substitute for a proper education. Mersey O’ Driscoll clearly believes that psychological analysis works by googling random psychological terms and plagiarising extracts from the results. I am afraid it is a little more complicated than that and invokes things like studying, reading books, doing research and talking to the person who you are analysing. None of those are present in your psychologising.

3. Dishonesty

x. Confession

‘workimnh gard to remove’

X. Delusions of grandeur

4. Hypocrisy

talks about ‘stopping this’ while writing a large number of BS blogs

5. Threats and blackmail

talks about publishing emails – I have offered to publish all correspondence : emails, texts, notes from phone calls. Strangely seem reluctant to carry out this threat or to take me up on this offer – I wonder why?


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