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  • Yes, I stick to the rules.

    17 24.64%
  • Yes, but I may break the rules sometimes.

    31 44.93%
  • No, I hate rules.

    10 14.49%
  • No, I hate everyone.

    11 15.94%
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  1. #81
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    Yes, but I may break the rules sometimes.

    It's a fairly open-minded forum so I probably wont be banned from here. I'm never rude or anything. The only time I ever got banned from a forum was for posting a picture of a statue of an exposed Zeus, the context may not have been entirely educational, but come on: THE STATUE IS A FREAKING CLASSICAL MASTERPIECE. The worst thing was that nobody had reported my post or anything, it was the moderator's own opinion I should be banned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post


    I'm beginning to wonder if I'm the only one that's played around with and knows most of the forum functions. I'm amazed how many people haven't seen this stuff.
    wait what's this button that says "Quote" do

    oh cool, it copied your words into my post

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    Being banned is one of the most interesting things here.

    Being banned is a form of social exclusion.

    And social exclusion is the hallmark of female bullying.

    And social exclusion is one of the worst sufferings of the mentally ill.

    And interestingly, social inclusion is the mantra of the feminists.

    And social inclusion is the mantra of the bien pensant because it carries the implied threat of social exclusion.

    And social exclusion is a very effective form of social control. For you only have to exclude a very small number of people to keep the rest in line.

    And social exclusion is a very effective form of punishment because it is immediately emotionally painful and does long term emotional damage.

    Also social exclusion give plausible denial - we can say it is not our fault, they brought it on themselves - we warned them and warned them but they took no notice - they are the one's to blame.

    So social exclusion is an exquisite form of emotional cruelty.

    The only defence against the emotional cruelty of banning is to from a Union of Members.

    So rather than picking us off one by one, they will have to deal with all of us.

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    Did he say "social exclusion is the hallmark of female bullying" ?

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    ^ I do believe he did.

    I won't get banned, but I don't always play nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Did he say "social exclusion is the hallmark of female bullying" ?
    Sure, read, "Odd Girl Out - The Hidden Culture of Aggression in Girls", by Rachel Simmons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    ^ I do believe he did.

    I won't get banned, but I don't always play nice
    But how noble it is to stand in solidarity with the banned.

    But it is certainly not nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    Sure, read, "Odd Girl Out - The Hidden Culture of Aggression in Girls", by Rachel Simmons.
    I hope I havent inspired you to give up on the girls with my idea on the meat balls and a radiator :/

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    I don't even try not to get in trouble. I'm just naturally civil.
    "When a resolute young fellow steps up the great bully, the world, and takes him boldly by the beard, he is often surprised to find that it comes off in his hand, and that it was only tied on to scare away the timid adventurers." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

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    i haven't ran into anyone here that really gave me a reason not to like them yet...this
    place is a lot more accepting than some other forums out there not as many problems
    with cliques that discriminate based on type

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