Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Nina and I were taking a nap yesterday afternoon, like we always do since we tend to do things at night to avoid the worst of the heat. Nina can't handle the heat very well, she dries out and gets dizzy, so we stayed in our motel room during the afternoons and took a nap. Nothing seemed odd, nothing was unusual, no one was following us or even paying attention to us, but when I woke up, Nina was gone. She was in bed right next to me, and the door had been double locked and latched, but Nina was gone. She's gone. My little girl is gone. I don't know where she might've gone. Someone must've taken her.

When I find them, they will pay.

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  1. Yes. YES. Make them PAY. Show them the wrath of an angry Mother. You know what, I was too hard on you. I apologize. This is a difficult time for you, and I understand that now. Know that if there is ANYTHING I can do to help you find your little girl, you need only ask me.

    You know what just occurred to me? You don't know who did it. My advice? Look up any Sex Offenders in the area. KILL THEM. They might have her. Just some friendly advice, as I want nothing more than to help you find your little... Nina.

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    1. No, I... I have to be a good role model for Nina. I can't just kill people, what kind of example is that for my little girl?

      But it's a good place to start looking,anyway.

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    2. You have to be prepared to do what is necessary to get her back. Don't you want her back? She is lost, alone and afraid right now. And she could be with any one of those sick, sadistic bastards. Every moment you spend trying to get around killing them is a moment they could use to do such unspeakable things to Nina.

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    3. Oh god you're right they could be doing things to her right now!

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    4. Why is everyone ALWAYS surprised when I am right... Better hurry. But understand, if they've got her somewhere, they won't wanna tell. They will LIE to help themselves escape. You'll need to... Force the information out of them. One of them must have her, right?

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    5. ...Do we need to clarify here that chasing down sex offenders is a fucking terrible idea?

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    6. "Why is everyone surprised when I'm right" Ummm cause you're not. You act as if you know what had happened to her daughter, but tis not true, you just want her to kill for her daughter. You ASSUME that her daughter was taken from her, but you don't know that for sure.

      What if her daughter simply ran away from her? It's certainly a thing that happens with most kids when their parents are over obsessive and don't tell me that Lily is not over obsessive, I mean she is already considering on killing someone, just because you SUGGESTED that someone took her. When in reality nobody took her and Nina just left to find herself better parents.

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    7. Well Kelly. That is a Sound Theory. Just ran away. Like that. Poof. Doesn't make all that much sense though, does it? I mean she clearly loved her mother very much. Didn't she Lily? And Lily loved her. No Kelly. The only POSSIBLE thing that could have happened is... Some Evil, Sadistic MONSTER stole her away in the middle of the night to do SUCH awful things to her. That Monster... Or is it... THOSE MonsterS? Better safe than sorry. Find them. They all deserve to die for what they did to your little Girl. For what they are DOING to her even now.

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    8. Can we bring to light the fact that the door was fucking DOUBLE LOCKED?

      How the fuck is someone going to get in without being detected, I ask you?

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    9. Sanna. There is this new invention. Don't know if you've heard of it or not. Kinda rare really. Don't know if you've ever seen one and not realized it, but it's called a Window. Can be used to gain access to idiot's houses and, dump things out into the yard or street below. All sorts of cool things really.

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    10. Yeah, I think if someone smashed a window open, came in, picked up a little girl and blundered out again, they would be detected...

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    11. Oh Skywalker, but how can you trust an insane person like Lily, sure she could have written that Nina loved her and she loved her, she could have written that they were happy, that they were the best family i nthe world, but that is only in Lily's eyes, that is all it was, writings, letters of an insane, over obsessive person, who takes into consideration a psychopath's (No offense) suggestion to kill someone, when she doesn't even know if someone had kidnapped her.

      See the picture here? Makes perfect sense now, not to mention, we don't really know if the windows were broken, or doors were busted down. All we know is that little Nina just disappeared.

      So yeah, my theory is as sound as yours. You know the fun part of all of this? I'm sure you do, won't point it out, or else everyone will try to break up the fun you and I are having here.

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    12. There is an explanation for this, and I'm pretty sure you guys know as well as I do what it is...

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    13. No offense taken Kelly.

      He does have a point. No windows broken... Of course windows can be opened in most cases... Door was left double locked. It was a motel room though, right? Not the most safe of private of places. Let's say Kelly is right. Let's say Nina didn't love you Lily. Don't you want to make it up to her? You need to find her and find her fast! You are homeless. You have seen what goes on in those dark alleyways. The depths at which some people can sink. If Nina isn't in danger right now, she will be. Best bet? Go after the ones who target young, pretty children, and make sure. Be POSITIVE they have nothing to do with Nina's disappearance. If you just wander around, aimlessly searching... You will never find her. You must dig deep and search in those dark corners. Otherwise you will never see her again. Heheheheheh.

      I am sure you will agree, a life without your PRECIOUS daughter just isn't worth living. Hehehehe.

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    14. Make it up? She already ruined Nina's life, best she can do is stay out of her life forever, even better, stop living.

      What if dear ol' Nina doesn't want Lily to find her, what if Nina ran away from her mother out of fear, what if her mother NEVER made her happy? And you finding her will only make it worse, my suggestion to you, end it, you failed, you couldn't save your best friend, your daughter hates you so much she ran away. Is there really a point at living? Nope, at least for you I don't see none.

      I suggest falling off of a building. You know, so it can be spectacular to people outside, so you would be remembered by some of them, so you could live on forever.

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    15. If you have the senses to double lock the door, then I doubt you'll leave the window open...

      And I lived on the streets up until about a month ago, I was approached by enough human traffickers as it was, offering "a job", "a place to stay" for "a poor girl like you", pfft yeah right. My point being, going looking for them is a terrible idea, because you'll find them and they are dangerous people. You won't be able to protect Nina if you die or get kidnapped.

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  2. Calm down. The last thing you should do is to listen to Morningstar when you are having trouble thinking rationally. Unfortunately, and I sincerely hate saying this but at this point, being fucked with while the doors are still locked is textbook Fear shenanigans.

    -Raggedy

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  3. This is so pathetic, it's actually uncomfortable.

    How low can a mind fall, truly pathetic, a pity really, you were one of a kind and now you're about to ruin that, by taking someone's life. I've seen you comment before on other blogs, saying that you don't like when someone kills someone. Yet here you are, already listening to Skywalker, just because he presented you a "What If..." moment.

    What if you're daughter Nina isn't in danger, what if she's in a safer place, what if she wasn't taken, what if she escaped from you, what if she hates you, what if she ran away from your over obsessive behavior, what if you're an awful mother, who is already considering on taking someone's life, just because her own daughter ran away from her!?

    What if you're darling, little Nina, never liked you, but you were to egotistic to see that?

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    1. Or, Lily, what if everyone here is just trying to wind you up and you need to clear your head and start thinking straight before you do something you regret?

      Please Lily, we can't lose you.

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    2. I'm not trying to wind Lily up. I'm just being honest. And I'm also trying the make sure we get as low a bodycount as possible out of this.

      -Raggedy

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    3. Oh sorry Chris, I didn't mean you. No, your advice was sound.

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    4. Oh Sanna. You aren't even presenting an alternate theory here. No advice beyond "Don't listen to the Serial Murderer and Kidnapper who would obviously KNOW a kidnapping when he hears about one." Seriously. Can you BE any more Useless?

      At least Kelly is putting forth some effort in coming up with a theory. I will agree with him on one point. Lily, you must be SUCH a shitty parent, especially since you let your precious child get taken like this. But of course... There may be a chance for you to redeem yourself. Find her. You'll no doubt have to cut and blast your way through the ones who have taken her. But it will be worth it just to see her... SMILE again. Heheheheheheh.

      So come on parent of the year. Get out there and RESCUE your daughter.

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    5. Morningstar, you reckon someone barged their way into a double locked room and forcibly took a child away without Lily waking up...

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    6. She's such an innocent little thing. She might have been tricked into opening the door. She never seemed to understand how dangerous the world is. I will find her and I will do what I need to to make sure she's safe.

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    7. But how would they have done so without you hearing?

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  4. Of course she left.

    She always leaves.

    She isn't yours.

    You're hers.

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  5. Not wanting to be 'that guy', but...am I the one out of all us here who thinks it was a bit strange that Nina came from nowhere and then disappeared into nowhere? -- Jack

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    1. Oh shit no. If this is the Unnamed Child I am going to hit myself with a two by four.

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    1. Fracture! You're clever. Tell me how the fuck we snap Lily out of this.

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    2. She is most likely too far gone by this point. This was actually a faster-than-the-norm case. -- Jack

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    3. 1. Sanna, what the fuck even is your display picture right now?

      2. Not faster then normal, the child distracted Lys from the blog. We missed all the early stages in their entirety.

      3. I'm working on it but lys' particular circumstances and a violent series of personal issues are making this difficult.

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    4. 1. A character from an anime I used to watch...? An anime called Ergo Proxy, though that's simply a coincidence. Ummmm, why so serious? But if you're wondering why it changes so much, it's because I'm young and fickle.

      2. Dammit.

      3. Dammit. Good luck.

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    5. I sick and tired... just in general. It hurts. Forgive me if I'm fucking irritable.

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    6. Consider yourself forgiven.

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