Monday, October 13, 2008

PART 3 ........ FBI Case 85427 ....pending


PART 3

To Whom it May Concern,

To Whom it May Concern? Whom may it concern? Maybe it doesn't concern everyone. Maybe it doesn't concern anyone. Surely it must concern somebody. It will surely concern many if this conspiracy becomes a world wide phenomenon.

I am Agent Manziola. I am with the special forces of the FBI. I will be taking over this case from agent Bob. He is on vacation. YES! That's it...vacation. That is where he is. It is unknown when he will be returning as it was an unexpected vacation.

This is the 3rd segment of the case regarding the conspiracy of MyADHDMe. As you may know by this point, this individual has been under close scrutiny with the FBI. It is our concern that this individual is trying to create a worldwide epidemic of ADHD. The result, of course, would be PANDEMONIUM!

To continue with Our ("Our" meaning the FBI, which actually meant Agent Bob, which meant Agent Mack and ultimately means me) investigation, there are more individuals on our list to check out as suspects.

The Irritable Mother--A-HAH! What a great cover. To actually ADMIT to being Irritable, would actually fool a lot of people into thinking that if she says she IS Irritable...then maybe she REALLY isn't Irritable!! THAT would be a perfect cover-up for someone who really IS Irritable! This so-called Irritable individual had a drawing for a free giveaway on her blog. It was a copy of her new book. Actually it was for 2 copies (no, not to the same winner but TWO different winners). We thought this individual was in the clear and that she had not been a part of the ADHD conspiracy when suddenly, the ADHD logo was showing up in her comment section, over...and over .... and over...Obviously ADHD had her eye on this "so-called" Irritable MOTHER. Sure enough, it was just a matter of time before this Irritable Mother was visiting ADHD's blog. We purchased her first book and have discovered that this woman isn't quite as Irritable as she lets on. Now in her second book, not only is she Claiming to being Irritable but admits to FIND JOY in being Irritable! Is that possible? (to find out more, please send a check or money order to Irritable Mother.com for a copy of Confessions of An Irritable Mother. Allow 4-6 weeks for delivery. COD's not accepted) And why is she writing about armpit stains all of the sudden? Do they make her IRRITABLE!!
Irritable-Bad-tempered, crabby, annoyed, cantankerous, brooding, exasperated, grouchy, snappy, testy, quick-tempered, etc....we think not.

Rebecca's Place- We have done extensive research on this individual. She must obviously be somewhere in the upper realms of the ADHD conspiracy. The reason is, we cannot find ANYTHING ADHD about her. Therefore, she must be very good at hiding it. We (you all do know by now that "We" means "Me", right?) have noticed that this individual is ALSO southern AND is also a Sound of Music Fan. DEFINITE TREND! He haven't had any reports of her running and sing on a hilltop, but she's been doing alot of book signing lately. We actually purchased her book to see if there are any hidden messages in it. AND THERE ARE! Unfortunately for our investigation, they are all positive messages. Fortunately for you, again, they are all positive messages. Don't believe me? (send check or money order to the address given at her website for Season of Change, Parenting Your Middle Schooler. No COD's excepted. Offer expires when it does. (did I mention I may be on the look out for a job as a literary agent?)). An interesting fact about this book, when you read about what middle schoolers are going through, it may just bring back a few memories of your own. ANYWAY, we're sure there is something ADHD here. We just haven't found it yet. But we're watching....

Streams of Living Water- Here is another individual that hides her ADHD well. Her name means "One who is blessed" but also, Bonita means pretty. And she is. Inside and out. (yes, I have studied extensively in Spanish. I took the complete Spanish 1 and Spanish 2 in Middle School. Example..Ella es bonita. No es fea. (OK, that is about the extent of it)). oh yeah, Juan es guapo. No es feo. OK, I'm done showing off. I know you are all impressed.
Bonita writes about goals, decorating, journaling, and especially about GOD. We at the FBI think that perhaps through her vast array of interests and charming "southern" (definite trend) writing, she could possibly attract millions of people. We will be watching her too.

Alert & Oriented X 4. This is a woman that ADHD can definitely relate too. We will be watching her closely. She has handbags that talk and often dreams of being a pair of shoes. Alert & Oriented X 4 (A&OX4)is a medical term (you'll need to check out her profile to see what it means). At EMT class, MyADHDMe learned it as A&OX3, but that may be because in Virginia, they can't expect everyone to be X4 even on a good day.. Alert and Oriented could definitely be a phase for conspirators of ADHD. Although ADHD people are usually alert...it is the oriented that can cause problems. We believe that this woman may possibly be helping the group of ADHD conspiraters portray "Orientation" as well as alertness. We aren't too worried about that as the words oriented and ADHD are seldom seen in the same sentence. BUT WAIT. I just put them in the same sentence, so now they are. A-HAH! This A&OX4 may be trickier than we realized!

This case has become much more complex than we originally expected it to be. However, we are on the job and hard at work. We are expecting to wrap things up at our next post and then after that we will be handing this blog back to MyADHDMe.

So tune in next time.
Same Bat-Place.
Same-Bat-Blog.

Respectfully Yours,

Special Forces Agent Manziola of the FBI.

"Take me for a ride in your, your...oh forget it."

27 comments:

Chatty Kelly said...

Sometimes you wrap up your posts so tight, that you don't leave room for your loyal subjects to comment.

This is the case here. I've read this through a couple of times, no space to comment.

I even googled agent manziola to see if it was a TV reference I could comment on. Nope. Your blog came up as the first reference!

My ADHD Me said...

That was my plan....don't tell anyone. And he isn't just Agent Manziola. He is Agent Manziola of the Special Forces with the FBI. He is very deeply undercover and other than my blog, he is non-google-able.

Chatty Kelly said...

A tip I learned at She Speaks...end your blog with a question...then people have an opening to jump in and comment?

What does EVERYONE think of that idea?

LOL!

My ADHD Me said...

I think that's a great idea!

I'm open for the occasional "love your blog!".

Edie said...

Wow it's lonely today. Where is everyone? I had the kids all day so this is the first chance I've had to roam the blogosphere.

I'm not so sure about that question tactic. I ask a question every Friday and hear footsteps scurrying quickly past my blog. :D

I have a question. Just exactly who are we (meaning you) refering to when we (you) say "Our"?

Dear Mr Agent Manziola - ADHD-Jo would in no way ever try to produce PANDEMONIUM! ...
1. wild uproar or unrestrained disorder; tumult or chaos.
2. a place or scene of riotous uproar or utter chaos.
3. (often initial capital letter) the abode of all the demons.
4. hell.


My Goodness! What on earth would make you think such a thing!

Love your poem BTW.

Chatty Kelly said...

Edie - I mean a SIMPLE question - like "what you do think?" Not a thought provoking question.

Heck - if everything I learned at She Speaks worked, we wouldn't be such great friends now, because someone besides YOU (Edie) would have done my Tuesday Tip. LOL! Remember??

ADHD - School & work holiday today. So all the worker people who blog at work, don't blog at home. And all the parents have their kids home, so no blogging...and even Edie had her granddaughters. Quiet day in the blogosphere.

Bonita said...

Don't' blow my cover with all that Spanish talk that I can't interpret! Everyone is "supposed" to think I'm Latino and bilingual, but just between me and you (as she leans in secretively), I can't speak a word of Spanish and I don't have a Latino gene in my body.

Now I do confess to having the occasional ADHD gene. Obviously, it takes one to know one as you so cleverly disguised pointing out that I can't focus on a single theme on my blog. Covering all those topics is my cover up for being "highly distractable". That's really a code phrase, you know, and doesn't really mean what it sounds like it means (but really it does).

Reading your blog was vaguely reminiscent of playing a game of Clue. Personally, I think Miss Scarlett did it with the candlestick in the ballroom. (Old secret agent tactic: Focus the attention on someone else so you won't look guilty).

Did I mention that you were awfully sweet to include me? I mean it's not every day that a girl gets to say she was a suspect in a top secret deeply undercover FBI investigation.

Pam from alertandorientedx4 said...

Conspiracies, huh? Well, you're paranoid only if they really aren't out to get you....
(p.s. what with all the Percocet and anesthesia, apparently I thought that my husband needed to valet park about 20 different versions of Bumblebee, from Transformers the Movie, the evening I had surgery. I can't really say the cars were talking to me, but they fo' sure were communicating!

Edie said...

CK - Oooohhhhh. ;)

The Patterson 5 said...

I agree with Bonita it is kind of like Clue only CK, along with the Pink Shoe Lady did it, with a 2nd Cup of Coffee, in the Steams of Living Water. Oh wait that's a different game!

My ADHD Me said...

Spoken like someone with 18 comments. Not that I checked.

My ADHD Me said...

That last comment was in reference to CK's last comment.

Edie said...

Oh where, oh where have the bloggys all gone?
Oh where, oh where could they be?
Their hanging out in the chat room of course,
at My ADHD Me.

TaDa!

My ADHD Me said...

They are all asleep , dreaming of the beautiful blog make over that they think they are going to win. Poor things. I hate to think of how disappointed they will be.
Oh shoot. It's later than I thought. i have to get up in 5 1/2 hours. good Night.

HisPrincess said...

Honestly...I feel like I need a packed lunch to get through one of your posts! LOL!

You never fail to make me smile, so keep up the good work!

Oh, and I LOVE your blog! ;)

Chatty Kelly said...

His Princess is so funny - packing a lunch! LOL!!!

You know, your comment section is almost as good as your blog. LOL!!

I said almost. Your blog is fabulous. Your comments section is only great. :D

It's a fun place where everybody knows your name...Kelly, Kelly, Kelly, Kelly...K-E-L-L-WHY? Because your Kelly, Kelly, Kelly, Kelly.
(This is a reference to the show Cheers in case anyone didn't get it).

My ADHD Me said...
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My ADHD Me said...

CK, You don't have to explain your jokes. We get them. And we like them! We really like them!

Chatty Kelly said...

Yeah, how many times did you do that "you like me" joke before everyone realized it was a joke. Like 3, right? Don't tell me everyone gets our jokes. We just always get each others jokes.

My ADHD Me said...

Are you joking?

Chatty Kelly said...

Of course.

Irritable Mother said...

Oh dear, I go away with my husband for four days, I manage to refrain from being irritable for those four days, and I come home only to find out I am a part of this conspiracy??!!
I didn't do it, Agent Manziola of the Special Forces with the FBI. Honest!
And I really do get irritable, but Jesus is helping me with that. And I really have found JOY in the midst of motherhood. But it isn't a conspiracy - I'm not hiding anything. Really! I wrote all about it in my book. Get it for yourself and read!

Edie said...

The next time I can't think of something to post about I think I'll just pop in one of these chat rooms and post the comments. Hmmm ...

Pam from alertandorientedx4 said...

OK...so I referenced YOU in MY blog, and added you to my blogroll...and after reading my last post, think I may have a mild form of ADHD....

Jeff and Valerie Carr said...

Ok, I think the idea here is to add a comment so that eventually the comments have nothing to do with the actual post, but the comment number will be high therefore encouraging new readers to keep reading the comments and finding new blogs to read.....or is that just how it's working for me?

Chatty Kelly said...

Okay, you 've reached 26 comments...it is officially time to write a new post.

Just my thoughts.

My ADHD Me said...

Ah, very good Not-so-notorious Missionary in Spain. very very good!