And he admits it. In a way, but not really.
First, we're sorry to have been offline thorough much hilarity. We will attempt to look back and comment on some of what's transpired recently as we have the opportunity. Sadly, a grim family duty has been distracting us from commenting and at times even following things recently. Fortunately we are now, as Casey might say it, "back in the game."
We were immediately drawn to the minor discourse between himself and "Mike Gambino" on his "Casey Serin Daily Miracles" Facebook page. We'll dispense with the fact that Mike Gambino appears to be a tard, but instead focus on the good stuff.
Mike notes that:
"It's easy to decide we are victims of something else in the world, a lot tougher to take responsibility and be free of victimhood."Casey responds that:
"This course teaches you to take responsibility for EVERYTHING that you perceive. The good, the bad and the ugly. Everything in my life is my fault! haha. Love it."We find the subtle difference between the two somewhat illuminating as to what is or isn't going on in the mind of our boi wonder (or should that be "wondering boi?")
Mike speaks of "taking responsibility" which we think most intelligent readers would presume to be somehow related not only to assigning blame, but also to accepting the consequences and dealing with them. Casey wants to merely state that the blame is his, then having done this to move on and forget about it, because after all he's going to find some miracles to make things right or maybe not even make things right at all, because that's really not his problem.
And that's the way things are back here at FalseCasey HQ, where two months later there's still not much new in the Caseyverse.