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    Freshman Member simulatedworld's Avatar
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    One rule:

    Imitate Jeffster.
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    * About Jeffster

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    Single dad, lovable spazz, most romantic guy in the universe
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    I have little use for social norms, online or off.

    I used to hang out on another forum that had no moderation (as long as you were not overtly breaking the law). It was a test of survival over there. You either adapted to the ruthlessness of others or died.

    Still didn't stop me from going against the status quo over there and before long I was decently respected and had my own little clique going.

    HS was the same way.

    Apparently not caring about that kinda stuff works in my favor.
    I know a girl, she's one of a kind
    But the poor little thing, she's going out of her mind
    There's something you forgot - there's a reason why she's lost
    Cos baby she don't want to be found

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wade Wilson View Post
    I have little use for social norms, online or off.

    I used to hang out on another forum that had no moderation (as long as you were not overtly breaking the law). It was a test of survival over there. You either adapted to the ruthlessness of others or died.

    Still didn't stop me from going against the status quo over there and before long I was decently respected and had my own little clique going.

    HS was the same way.

    Apparently not caring about that kinda stuff works in my favor.
    Anarchy for the win, you can post all kinds of shit then, lol

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    Interesting old thread, most implicit things go woosh over my head.
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    Quinlan's Creations

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    I liked this site better when it first started out, honestly. It's still a wonderful place, but there's a lot more new people coming in all the time, I don't know half the people here, and there are tons of threads about practical stuff, relationship junk, typology questions that have been asked 1,000 times before, or popular political issues that rather bore me.

    Whereas before, I practically knew everyone on the forum, and the topics were a lot more intellectually stimulating. Granted, the relaxed and more social atmosphere makes it easier and less intimidating to post in a lot of ways, but I still sometimes miss those long, drawn out, nitpicking debates we don't seem to have as often anymore. These days, it gets called "arguing" and is often frowned on in certain contexts. It's been so long that I'm not even sure I'm still smart enough to engage in such a debate.

    Also, there used to be a bias that socializing/supportiveness on an intellectual thread would be split off or warned to stop, but an intellectual discussion sparked from a more social thread would be allowed to slide. Now that's been reversed, and it can be kind of annoying. I guess that's how the Extraverted types used to feel under the old system, and I can see why they complained about it.

    Overall, though, all of the above is minor. It seems like people are reasonably polite, intelligent and open-minded here, and I'm glad to be a member. The core qualities that I came here for are still present.

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