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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    ok good. i guess maybe we should get back to stalking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyuuei View Post
    I think the line is a mixture between individual and societal and it all stems from the potential for something bad to happen. Stalking is harmless unless there's a negative motivation for it--even if that motivation is "I like this person--but I'm unaware that they don't like me."
    if you're unaware they don't like you wouldn't you assume they liked you or at least neutral towards you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lil_Red View Post
    peek-a-boo. seriously i can still see you the wall is see through
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    peek-a-boo. seriously i can still see you the wall is see through
    Damn! Ah well, I'm still learnin'
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    Quote Originally Posted by lil_Red View Post
    Damn! Ah well, I'm still learnin'
    In no likes experiment.

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    Put it this way, I dont want a person I've just met to be able to recite my home address and tell me three things I did earlier that week. Thats where I'd draw the line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chthonic View Post
    Put it this way, I dont want a person I've just met to be able to recite my home address and tell me three things I did earlier that week. Thats where I'd draw the line.
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    Essentially, there's a fine line between curiosity and obsession

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    There is a difference from someone persistently pursuing another person in an obsessive way and the touchy feeling ideal many people have that someone may be stalking them. Life is a series of meetings between people, some many times over for no consistent reason other then fate. Otherwise the biggest stalkers in this county would be the government. Curiosity is part of human nature, the alternative would be everyone living lives of trying to ignore and forget everything and everyone they come into contact with while doing nothing.
    Society places a range on acceptable or unacceptable ways to act; the above author was apparently seeing how far she could enter into the unacceptable area, she also placed herself at risk.
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    Whatever the other person isn't comfortable with. More importantly, everyone knows when they are going too far. They either accept it and stop (and change things around so they don't end up in that situation again), or they sink into denial trying to rationalize their actions as though there's nothing wrong with what they are doing. Either way, if you don't know if you've gone too far, then assume you have.

    I click on Facebook profiles all the time. Clicking on Facebook profile with some ulterior/rotten motive in mind is going too far. The act may be harmless by itself, but obviously the person is then up to no good. If you're looking through someone's information to find some dirt about them, or to get more information on them, then you've gone too far. If you're Googling them, then you've gone too far. Following someone around is going too far. There are those that are just curious about the person and don't really mean anything (oh please), but it's still sketchy. Staring is going too far. I do what could be considered staring (from a distance) when I'm trying to get a read on someone, or when I'm trying to figure something out and am taking the person in, and while I'm not really up to no good, it still seems questionable. Doing things to end up around the person, or to have the person always be around you is going too far.

    If your having to ask the other person if you're violating their space or creeping them out, then you've probably gone too far.

    Whoever keeps following me around as though there's nothing wrong with what you're doing: you're way out there, you're going too far, you've gone too far, and you know it. Fuck off!

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