Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Sidney Moorer's Public Response to Tammy Moorer
Taking their love "public" indicates a very troubled relationship, Sidney Moorer replies to Tammy Moore's post.
They have a need to have their marriage seen in favorable light, indicating the deficiency within the relationship. It is difficult to separate the posting of husband and wife without factoring in the murder.
Sidney Moorer's reply.
Well here are 8 of the reasons I love you. SORRY I had to one up you...haha
1. You are an amazingly STRONG woman
2. You have stood by me through so much, when other people back away you walk right into it with me.
3. You have always given it your all even when it gets tough.
4. You put up with my many flaws and still love me.
5. Duh, you're the most beautiful, sexy woman I have ever met and the way you love me makes me feel so good. That's why I can't exist without you. You make me whole.
6. You are the best mother and wife anyone could ever ask for and I am lucky to have someone so awesome to help raise our kids.
7. I'm not a rock star but you have always treated me like I was and no one ever has done that for me.
8. You are my best friend and I could never thank you enough for being an amazing one.
Happy Valentines Day
I Love You
We learn much by the order in which someone speaks or writes, as it often indicates priority.
1 "You are an amazingly STRONG woman" has Tammy Moorer's "strength" as his number one priority, and he uses the emphasis of capitalization of the word "strong." This is to confirm prior analysis of Tammy Moorer being the dominating factor in this bizarre and twisted marriage. That she is a "woman" and not a "person" indicates the sexuality of the relationship. Her strength "amazes" him, revealing his expectation is misplaced.
3. Frightening words in light of what we know now.
5. "Duh" is similar to "of course", and it appears that he brought up physical appearance as an afterthought.
It is only 5th that her physical appearance enters his statement. This may help us understand Tammy Moorer's fury towards the beautiful and much younger Heather Elvis.
Sidney "broke" away from the domination of Tammy, for a season, when he entered into an affair with a younger woman. The punishment for this was swift and powerful.
Did Sidney Moorer have the hopes of leaving Tammy for Heather?
If so, is it that Tammy Moorer made certain that this could not happen, by murdering her 'rival', Heather?
6. The "best mother" only "helps" raise the kids, and not "raises" them for him. This is another indicator of his subordinate confused role.
7. Rock Star Status. Tammy was said to be a "groupie", that is, a sexually promiscuous woman who gives herself sexually to strangers who happen to be musicians. That which is stated in the negative is important, as he is "not" a rock star, but she treated him as such. How does one treat a husband in the manner of treating, sexually, a stranger?
Note the word 'that" distances himself from what he claims.
Take the word "not" as sensitive, and the word "that" as distancing language and we have a man who may be complaining about his physical relationship with his wife. That "no one" has ever done that may suggest that Sidney has tried to get others to do "that."