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Discussion in 'Site Feedback / Suggestions' started by Anonymous, Jul 13, 2018.

  1. 001

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    "but I don't see clear violations"

    You're so full of shit.
     
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  2. Oh my

    Oh my Enough! or Too much

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    Probably not the best way to keep the brand new status of not-banned... !!!
     
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  3. 001

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    I thought about that before I posted. There really is no other way of telling Dave that he's full of shit.
     
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  4. reelfountain

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    The only shit hitting the fan will be in your batshit crazy mind.

    You're a TOTAL CLOWN who believes people are not allowed to opinionate if those opinions happen to upset you.

    Enter the real world out there and you'd have a nervous breakdown within seconds.
     
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  5. Stephen Hofmann

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    fgf.gif
     
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  6. Oh my

    Oh my Enough! or Too much

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    When you see the same argument again and again, consider the option of simply copy pasting the phrase "Ok. Urbanus. So you have a small dick, you are bald and you are a rapist. Ok."
    ... And pray expecting that Urbanus will eventually get bored.
     
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  8. Stephen Hofmann

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    "when the inevitable shit hits the inevitable fan"

    You know........this isn't the United Nations.........it's a music fan site. You crack me up.:D
     
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  9. Stephen Hofmann

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    You're worse than Skinny dude.....at least the worst he does is mark you down.......you are constantly harrassing people.
     
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  10. drag me down

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    I've been told off by David for constantly changing my name, so you're going to be stuck with Drag me down from now on. It has made me think twice about what I post which is good.
     
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  11. The Truth

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    That part about things I was accused of is a deflection and you didn't even say "things you did," but "things you were accused of," so, as you say, whatever.
    I did say that what is hate speech is debatable, but the rules of the site are not so debatable. You left that part out. As far as "hate speech" goes, I'm not really in favor of criminalizing speech anyway, but that's a more subtle debate. The point that you're ignoring is that your site has rules.
    This is not YouTube, Twitter, or Facebook and you are not responsible for what it posted there.
    But is this site worse? @Stephen Hofmann seems to think so because he brags about receiving temporary bans at those places, yet he is comfortable to post the same things that got him banned there.
    It's beside the point though.
    There is some difference of opinion on what may be considered "hate speech."
    I am not suggesting that you get into the business of criminalizing speech. You don't have to worry about what is "hate speech" because your site rules are very clear.
     
  12. Anonymous

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    The thing about most racists, homophobes and all-round haters is that they make their comments behind masks of made-up names, locations and avatars. They are not as anonymous as they think – never have been. On this site anyone (registered users or anonymous posters) who post on it leave a visible ISP address.

    Registred users, if they have used an email address to sign up, can be tracked by that. With just a little effort we can all be exposed. It can be more difficult to indentify people using Tor and other VPNs but ther’e actually no such thing as anonymity on the internet – just degrees of visibility.
     
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  13. Bluebirds

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    I think davidt is fully aware that this website has reached a new nadir in terms of the policy of (almost) anything goes, but I imagine the webtraffic on this site whenever Morrissey tourettes happens makes the whole site worthwhile maintaining.
    "Money, money, money - root of all evil".

    Personally as someone who has been using this site for over 20 years I think the lunatics have really taken over the asylum but each to their own. Its always refreshing to read peoples' opinions that I am opposed to although hate speech - not so much.
    And some of the posts I have read in recent times here after the very definition of that.

    Anyway I'm off to be a libtard snowflake. Bye for now x
     
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  14. Anonymous

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    Site rules? What site rules? There are none. Everything that is acted upon in this forum is done so on a whim and is accepted by the owner/administrator David Tseng.

    The owner/administrator of this site cannot hold to the 'rules' that he himself wrote. What chance is there that he will hold others accountable? None. Absolutely none.

    As yet, despite the seriousness of the issues at hand, homophobia and racism - David Tseng - has yet to explain how the comments he was provided with, in regard to homophobia, are acceptable within those rules. He does not, because he cannot. So ... he deflects.
     
  15. Radis Noir

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    This website makes money???
     
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  16. Anonymous

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    I agree. The abuse is worth it for David Tseng because he profits financially from it. Simple. This is not and never has been a free speech argument (that's just a useful deflection/distraction) - how could it be when David Tseng acitvely admits he censors/blocks posts?

    The self-professed entrepreneur is content to exploit homophobia and racial hatred for a tainted buck.
     
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  18. bhops

    bhops Last of the famous international screw ups.

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    I actually found that quote quite funny, LOL Who wrote it? Sounds like Urbs. So now dark humour is hate speech? Holy moly you're a sensitive one.
     
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    Yes, and thank you for supporting this site by visiting.
     
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  20. Anonymous

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    Homophobia exists and continues as an accepted norm because while it is extremely overt it can also be surreptitous in nature. As has been said elsewhere context is important. Reelfountain has an obssesive, compulsive hatred of LGBT people and has openly expressed this:

    “Why not treat it as an unfortunate affliction or disease.”

    “So why encourage gayness if it's the result of paedophilic abuse?”

    “I'd say most gays were abused as kids and that is why they are gay.”

    “ … they need to admit this, move on and stop trying to recruit children to their cause - it definitely gives an impression of paedophilia.”

    Is the throwing of two gay men to their deaths funny? Is it a joke?

    These are not jokes. They are not intended as such. They are 1. attempts at provocation and 2. homophobic statements.

    Excusing it by attempting to describe anyone who calls it out as 'sensitive' falls in to the surreptitious category. LGBT people have a greater awarness of homophobia and it consequences because a considerable number of them have direct experience of it. This is not a sensitivity but the harsh reality.

    It's clear to me that Morrissey Solo is not only accepting of homophobia but is endorsing it. I'm not suggesting all users are homophobic - some have challenged many of the homophobic comments that have appeared in recent weeks - the majority of which come from Reelfountain. What Reelfountain has attempted to do, as she has done in regards to accusations that she is racist, is to unsuccessfully attempt to paint herself as the victim: to engender sympathy by using the mantra of free speech; that her rights are being quashed; that the establishment is conspiring against her. It all sounds very much like someone with a persecution complex, someone who experiences psychosis. In those circumstances I could understand why someone would make such perisistent hateful, fearful comments. However, I believe Reelfountain, and the others involved, are fully aware of their actions and the consequences of those actions.
     
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