I want to thank Concerned Virginian, for letting us know that Plain Jane has passed.
Thanks to Marica and IOTWreport as well.
Concerned Virginian Offline Wolverine March 20, 2021 20:32
(borrowed from Marica’s blog)
Plain Jane, who would come to the Q Tree and comment when she could, is now with the Great Physician. She fought cancer with unbelievable courage and didn’t flinch at trying different therapies.
I used to call her “Not even remotely Plain Jane” and I will stand by that.
She will be missed.
duchess01 Offline Coyote Reply to Concerned Virginian March 20, 2021 20:59
Amen goes right there, CV!!!
She fought the good fight and can now Rest in Peace!!!
gil00 Offline Wolverine Reply to Concerned Virginian March 20, 2021 21:35
Very sad. Another loss but now she is where it was time to be. I hope she is with loved ones.
Sadie Slays Online Wolverine Reply to Concerned Virginian March 20, 2021 22:28
Thank you for sharing. She will be missed.
God give her eternal rest and refreshment.
Here is the brief message from IOTWreport, a site that Plain Jane held very dear. She turned me into an admirer of “Big Fur Hat” and the other denizens of that site. I thoroughly enjoyed the history of their little collective, which reminded me greatly of ours, only they pulled it off 10 years earlier, when it was much more difficult, both technologically and politically.
Big Fur Hat kept it short and sweet and to the point.
PJ, the sweetest, has passed, succumbing to cancer.
She will be missed. She was beloved.Big Fur Hat, https://iotwreport.com/plain-jane-is-in-heaven/
Knowing how Plain Jane adored that site, I am tickled knowing that BFH could do her no higher honor than giving Jane her own short, sweet, dignified post of au revoir.
Maybe someday I’ll search deeply to find the night (or was it early morning?) where Jane and I talked about IOTWreport and BFH. It was fun. It was a good memory. But I think I’ll save that for later, when I need it.
Instead, what I did now, was to go back and find her very first post. That was enough for now.
I knew that Jane was one of the very first posters on this site. What I did not remember was that she was one of the VERY, VERY, VERY first posters.
She commented on THE first post of the site. The very FIRST comment was by Curry Worsham, at 11:34 PM on September 18, 2018. Plain Jane commented at 1:51 AM (on the 19th), a little over 2 hours later.
Here was our conversation. Her first comment was (I calculated – the numbers are a bit offset due to site migration) the 28th comment on the blog.
Plain Jane Offline September 19, 2018 01:51
Congrats and thanks for founding this site, Wolf. While I can’t say that I understand Q, I totally enjoy reading others’ interpretation of his posts, and sometimes even try to figure them out myself.
Thank you! And really good, because I’m a great explainer of Q, but rarely on CTH – usually in personal discussions on Twitter. This way I can help people understand some of the things that maybe don’t make as much sense. And I do think a lot of fellow Treepers will be able to explain things much more fully here, and without worrying about drawing FLAK from Soros trolls, who I will boot immediately. We won’t allow any of that here.
This is not a site for basic decisions about whether or not to “stop making fun of Q-tards”. This is a site for advanced understanding of Q. Many of the people who mock Q on the Treehouse will be banned instantly.
Treehouse standards. Q is the center of focus. Very simple.
Plain Jane Offline Reply to wolfmoon1776 September 19, 2018 02:04
So glad to hear you say that Wolf.
God Bless you and yours.
This is an excellent idea, Wolfmoon. Q people need a place to chat. I no longer do twitter or facebook, so a blog is great for me to interact on. While I like the Treehouse a lot, I find it somewhat disturbing that more people (admittedly trolls for the most part) now hit at each other over their disagreements rather than pass a comment by.
I’ve been following Q for a while now and we tune into Praying Medic regularly for his insights. I very much appreciate that you have made a space for Q followers.
BTW, WordPress has a good history for leaving politics out of it. Anthony Watts of Watts Up With That (WUWT – fighting climate change nonsense) talked some years ago of how hacks and other attacks can’t get through to a WordPress site and also how they can handle large volumes of traffic, which is why he uses them. That stuck in my mind. As far as I know, he’s never been foiled by the enemy.
Cheers to you. I have bookmarked this site and will be a regular. Now to look at and appreciate your other link…
Thank you – great post! Hope to see you here regularly! And totally agreed about WordPress security. If it worked for the climate guys and Sundance, it will work for me. I mean US!!!
Hey Wolfmoon – Just saw your contact page. Haha – Neat! I love it. Okay, any chance of an open page every week or so for open chat? Or just when nothing much else is happening? I don’t want to go off-topic on any thread already up. I sometimes just feel a need for my buddies here and to be able to talk within the realm of general topics or just say “Hi”.
Will do. Can’t right now, but soon!!!
Thanks, Wolfmoon. That’s good enough for me.
Plain Jane Offline Reply to A.D. Everard October 9, 2018 22:29
I just saw the contact page also. It cracked me up.
I gotta go take a look – I forgot what I put there!
Plain Jane Offline Reply to wolfmoon1776 October 9, 2018 23:50
“You’ve got to be kidding.” paraphrased maybe
LOL! Oh, yeah – that was fun!!!
Nice to see you here as well…
Thank you. Great to see you here too.
Grandma Covfefe Offline Reply to wolfmoon1776 September 19, 2018 03:44
AMEN!! Esp about booting out the trolls. That’s a relief! They are really annoying.
singingsoul Offline Reply to wolfmoon1776 September 19, 2018 09:14
Thank you for this Q site.:)
I fallow prayingmedic for the Q stuff and now there is another site. Good to have a truth filter in wolfmoon.
You’re welcome! I tend to be cautiously speculative, which I think is a good thing for filtering truth, but allowing people to explore possibilities. As I tend to think a lot like Praying Medic, there is some chance we’ll end up sounding dittoish, but still I hope that we will overall bring something new to the table, and thus sharpen the vision of MAGA as a whole.
I had many wonderful conversations with PJ over the years. She was – sorry – IS – incredibly grounded. She told me about some of the volunteer work she had done – it was powerful testimony. She has the DRIVE of an activist but the COOL and CALM of a true conservative.
She will be missed in the here and now, but not in the spirit, because she is truly an inspiration, and perhaps one that I need right now.
Vaya con Dios. I think that’s how it’s said.