Carlton Gebbia

Carlton tries to explain the oddity around Kyle's peace offering -- and how Lisa had nothing to do with her refusal. 

on Feb 17

I love Objets d'Art & Spirit. It is a favorite place of mine to visit when I feel like I'm in need of a little positive, protective something. I was first introduced to it by an amazing lady Kathleen who I met years ago in Kona, Hawaii. It's one of those places that's filled with beautiful magical energy as are the people that work there. I've always used candles, but these are truly on another level. It was a pleasure for me to share this treasured place with Yolanda as I knew she would appreciate its spiritual value. Aside from these candles they have wonderful crystals, which I knew Yolanda would like, since she too has crystals in her own home.

Of course on the negative side there's Kyle and Joyce, yet again bashing my religion. These two are like dogs with a bone they just can't stop themselves from consistently insulting and mocking my faith. I don't care if they believe or don't believe, I don't want to hear it. It makes no difference to me. For the last time I am not here to change anyone's religious or spiritual beliefs, nor am I recruiting thank god. You will never hear me challenge their religions, which I actually have respect for. But evidently, with their limited narrow minds, they are having a hard time understanding that concept. What's so telling about both of their characters is when Kyle tells Joyce nonchalantly that she called me anti-Semetic and Joyce has no bloody reaction not even a flinch. I appreciate that Yolanda agreed that it was ignorant too.

Anti-Semite is ust another word in her arsenal of reckless labels without any accountability. The problem with people like her is that it has become second nature to be rude and dismissive, spewing out hateful remarks means nothing because they've gotten away with it for so long.