Naran is a somewhat mature young lady from Kennebunk(port?). She thinks her property taxes are waaay too high. Sure, Kennebunk(port?) is a nice place to live, very appealing, with good schools, and has high property values, but you’ve got to have something to complain about.
To her great credit, she was in favor of allowing gay marriage and is smart regarding issues relating to homosexuality.
She is also a good moderator, from what I can tell. *
Probably the meanest thing I can say about her is that she has a tendency to use cutesy little catch phrases in her posts. Things like referring to herself as “Miss Prunelope Pimstep, Auntie Mabel, Betsy Ross.” There may be a completely hilarious context or backstory that I’m not familiar with, but my best current theory is that she uses this old-timey cutesy talk because the older men using the website find it erotic.
She must endeavor to be sexually appealing because the high taxes of Kennebunk(port?) have forced her towards a destructive life of prostitution. It is through this lifestyle which she gained her tolerance of homosexuals. In 1997 her “Madam,” a woman named Ms. Berrykins, invited her over for a few glasses of fine cabernet. A summer storm knocked a tree down, blocking the the driveway to Ms. Berrykin’s home and preventing Naran from leaving. Another bottle was opened, and after some awkward drunken foreplay Naran and Ms. Berrykins initiated their brief yet bitter affair. Their safe word was “Auntie Mabel.”
Although Naran never forgave Ms. Berrykins for leaving her two weeks later (for a young Italian carpenter named “Giorggio,” no less), she henceforth gained a respect for the strong feelings a person can have towards a member of the same gender.
Giorggio and Ms. Berrykins moved to Naples (the original one, in Italy), where they married, had three children and lived happily ever after until Giorggio became entangled in the feared Carpenter’s Mafia, which killed him after he accrued large debts on purchases of hardwood, 4 inch nails, and drywall.
*Once upon a time, when this website was young, fresh, and idealistic, I thought Naran was a pretty decent moderator. She seemed reserved and fair. But for whatever reason this has dramatically changed. She now spends nearly every waking hour policing every opinion presented on the site, metaphorically humping the Governor’s leg but only because she can’t get an appointment to hump it in person. Any opinion critical of anything the Governor does or supports is attacked vehemently. And, when there is a lull in the activity on AMG, she hits the Portland Press Herald and comments up to 60 times each day.
So I apologize. I was wrong. May whatever God you believe in forgive me. – AMGLOLZ on April 15, 2011.