I suppose there are plenty of things I've said here, that I would not say in real life. I operate quite passively in real life. I don't have a very general morality, but rather a very personalized morality. And it requires passivity in order to function around others, as I do not want to spend my time constantly clashing with others, which would be a waste of time, I try my best to be myself as subtle as possible.
The internet is pretty much my playground in that I use it to test and sample my thoughts and the thoughts of others in order to strengthen myself, without risk of losing face or making mistakes in real life.
At least that is what I would like to say. But truthfully, how I am in real life as opposed to how I am on the internet isn't that conscious. It's just that this seems to be the result, it just happens. The fact I can quit the internet with a single button press, where lasting real life relations can not stay ignored. Allows me to externalize myself on the internet, where I can not do the same in real life. That which causes me caution in real life, is not an issue on the internet.
Still, both the me on the internet and the me in real life, are quite the same. The only difference is the extent in which I exude myself.