Dirty Universe/Naughtorious

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Re: Dirty Universe/Naughtorious

Post by Scott » October 24th, 2013, 1:49 am

The user in question was banned from the site long ago. He personally attacked numerous members often in extremely vulgar ways. He broke numerous other rules as well. He broke the rules yet again by coming back and registering a second name after being banned. This is like going into a restaurant taking a crap on the floor, being asked to leave, and then trying to sneak back in through the back door. He is not and will never be allowed back here.

The account in question which was deleted with all posts was deleted because it contained hundreds of rule-breaking posts. If there were a few posts in there that were not rule-breaking (ignoring the fact that they are inherently rule-breaking since they were made by a user who was previously banned), I do not have the time to sort through these posts one-by-one. That's ridiculous.

If the banned person in question keeps coming back and trying to force his crap onto my computer even though I have told him not to send his things to my computer, by which I mean posts, then that will lead to stricter rules on new members that will negatively impact discussion and reduce the ability of new members actually willing to follow the rules to join.
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Re: Dirty Universe/Naughtorious

Post by Spiral Out » October 24th, 2013, 6:43 am

Scott wrote:The account in question which was deleted with all posts was deleted because it contained hundreds of rule-breaking posts. If there were a few posts in there that were not rule-breaking (ignoring the fact that they are inherently rule-breaking since they were made by a user who was previously banned), I do not have the time to sort through these posts one-by-one. That's ridiculous.
Completely understood and agreed.

FYI: This person has also joined the site under the usernames "Too Bright For You" and "Wild Stasis".
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Re: Dirty Universe/Naughtorious

Post by EMTe » October 24th, 2013, 7:24 am

I sort of sympathize with DU, because throughout years of using internet I developed language insensitivity. I am abuse-resistant, because one of my primary interest is language, and since obscenity and aggression are manifested through language they are also within my area of interest.

And Scott, history of our civilisation is the history of rule breaking.
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Re: Dirty Universe/Naughtorious

Post by Krontheos » October 24th, 2013, 1:23 pm

DU I recommend that you fly under the radar; Scott seems to have it out for you. You two obviously have a long history on the forum. But I must admit that I enjoy and encourage your ferocious philosophizing; it is refreshing to have soembody fight for their philosophy, knowledge, wisdom, inquiry, justice. You have something rare inside you.
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Re: Dirty Universe/Naughtorious

Post by Krontheos » October 24th, 2013, 2:06 pm

I doubt you on that point, DU!!! :!:
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Re: Dirty Universe/Naughtorious

Post by Krontheos » October 24th, 2013, 10:47 pm

Wild Stasis wrote:She never complains about her period.

Are you convinced, yet?
No, because I'm still right. Don't you protect your girlfriend from my (negative) ideas about females/women??? Yes, you do, you erroneously believe that your girlfriend is "more than" you idealize her to become.

Therefore your relationship is doomed; you remind me of myself and early experiences as an adult. I too made that same mistake. I expected from a female more than what a female is, does, and can become. Therefore my love relationship did not endure forever. I broke-up with my girlfriend.

And you will suffer a similar fate as I. Because your delusions about females will cost you greatly.
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