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The new year is nigh . . .

Indefatigable
Merry Christmas I guess. Since this site is about progress and growth, I figured I'd ask what everyone's plans for 2015 are. How are you all going to change for the better? If you haven't thought about it, now is the time. Every year I do an introspective annual review. You know, where I reflect on the previous year. What was good. What sucked arse. What could've been better. The second half of the annual review is a "planning" stage where I set up a way to make the next year as good as I can manage. 2014 was . . . decent. I dared to be more assertive and commanding, focusing on myself instead of other people. For the most part, I did that. It still sucked though. I haven't exactly mapped out 2015 yet, but I'm workin' on it!

So tell me, what do YOU have planned for 2015? What was 2014 like for you?
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ShaunS
Hi Indefatigable,

As you probably realise this is a right wing forum and these guys are hostile - mostly. So they will tend to accuse you (indeed anyone) of being a troll as they did me, and it's real curious that they come up with such stuff but presumably it's cos they're right wing. Don't let it worry you.

Most people here will not change for the better and have no plans to do so. I am currently learning the Pandeiro which is a Brazilian Tambourine/Drum, studying the rhythms and practicing to develop the muscles. I'm also producing music at 60 beats per minute to study the impact on the brain. 2014 has been an interesting year with lots of important discoveries. I continue to study Elliot Rodger to determine solutions.

I suspect that many people may change for the worse, but 2015 is the year that more information is supposed to be given concerning ET and we have seen quite a lot in recent months leading in that direction. Something new would be a real game changer for a lot of people. Potentially lots of new technology may emerge.
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Indefatigable
ShaunS wrote
Hi Indefatigable,

As you probably realise this is a right wing forum and these guys are
hostile - mostly. So they will tend to accuse you (indeed anyone) of being a
troll as they did me, and it's real curious that they come up with such
stuff but presumably it's cos they're right wing. Don't let it worry you.
Yeah. I figured the irrationality stemmed from somewhere. What's funny is that this place was live when I was trying to join with accusations of "troll", yet when I asked for proof, it became a ghost town. These are grown men though. I don't think they're petty (yet). I just think they're misguided. Maybe even bitter. We'll see where this journey takes us.

ShaunS wrote
Most people here will not change for the better and have no plans to do so. I am currently learning the Pandeiro which is a Brazilian Tambourine/Drum, studying the rhythms and practicing to develop the muscles. I'm also producing music at 60 beats per minute to study the impact on the brain. 2014 has been an interesting year with lots of important discoveries. I continue to study Elliot Rodger to determine solutions.
Isn't it sad? I try to better myself everyday, not just on a certain day of year. As said before, I joined this site to continue to grow as an individual. Sadly, this site is looking to be an extension of other failed ones like HA. Yes, I know of HA. Did a little digging when I was accused of trolling it. The forum is nothing special from what I gathered. But whatever. Why do you study Elliot Rodger, if I may ask?

ShaunS wrote
I suspect that many people may change for the worse, but 2015 is the year that more information is supposed to be given concerning ET and we have seen quite a lot in recent months leading in that direction. Something new would be a real game changer for a lot of people. Potentially lots of new technology may emerge.
Hm? ET? Not sure what you're talking about.
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Humanity
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Hey guys, I think you need to make your trolling more obvious. Let's see...how about making avatars with the words "I'm a troll" in capital red letters? That's about the only way I could see it being made more obvious.

Or, let me just spell things out: this is a dead forum because we rarely use it anymore. Which is clear from a mere cursory perusal. In other words, calling HA a failed forum is ridiculous while posting like you've anything to do here. Step up your game, son. (That's mostly directed at Indefatigable, not ShaunS - ShaunS, your attempts are a bit better than the other guy - though that is not saying much.) A more apt comparison would be saying that ShaunS's trolling is apparent like the a full moon, while the other guy's is apparent like the sun on a hot summer afternoon.

Well, that's one good rule for trolling - go where the action is. Trolling a dead forum is rather pointless. Ah, but Indefatigable has trolled it before, which is where I got his Skype from. The internet...has quite a long memory indeed. Just a clue, since you're such in dire need of one, Indefatigable: it's more effective to make new Skype accounts instead of changing the username on the same account. In addition, making your email something like "roseprincess blah blah blah" isn't terribly effective at hiding either, I fear. Perhaps you could search on Amazon for a good book about skillful trolling? It is time for New Year's resolutions after all.

Perhaps after you two spew a tad bit more pointlessness, I will just merge it into one thread and make it instructive. "How Not To Troll" is what I'm thinking so far. I'll be doing the two of you a favor, and perhaps you'll gain some actual trolling skills rather than being so amateurish. It's as I say: it isn't that trolling is so terrible, but failing to do it well certainly is! A little finesse would do just fine.

Alternatively, you could improve your life by ceasing to be a knuckle-dragging basement dweller. Ah, but baby steps, baby steps. Well, most trolls get tired of it all within a few weeks. Indefatigable has carried on for at least two years. If trolling is your dream, far be it from me to say not to pursue it. But, you know, since you've been in this job for two years and still suck...well, I'll leave it there. No need to crush your dreams.

Finalmente, buena suerte con el año nuevo. ¡Cualquier mejora por los dos pendejos será sorprendente!
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ShaunS
Hi Humanity,

It would be interesting to have a thread on trolling. You've seen the definition before and as the opening post was by Indefatigable and was fairly civil, clearly you are trolling this thread with your comment.

There also seems to be some confusion over being a Troll, and Trolling. These are two different things and although you might expect a troll to be trolling, you might find a troll who is not trolling. My understanding of what is now UK law, is that trolling is bad but being a troll is not necessarily bad. Like a criminal who is not committing a crime. You could then have trolling by someone such as yourself, who as an administrator could claim perhaps to be trying to protect the forum (and thus not really trolling after all).

You seem to have decided that a Troll can be someone who trolls elsewhere? Unfortunately this is a rather hazardous interpretation as many of the people on this forum (fschmidt, caamib, just to mention two) have been banned from other websites for activity that might be described as trolling, so they must be trolls too. Heaven forbid that I may make a list of all the trolls on this forum based on your definition because then you would have the difficulty of asking them all to leave?
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Humanity
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I am for free speech, even for trolls. It isn't that I mind it at all, though as I keep saying I do prefer trolls to at least be entertaining, which you and others fail miserably at. In Indefatigable's case, he/she/it is a confirmed troll. I have caught him/her/it in the act before. Civility belongs to members of my "tribe." Others need prove themselves. It has nothing to with protecting the forum as you say, because this is a free speech forum, and we have a member's only forum that has the most valuable things within it.

Determining what a troll is requires common sense and discernment. It isn't difficult, yet can be vague. A controversial poster with consistent views is likely not a troll. Posting only for inflamed responses is much more likely to be a troll.
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Indefatigable
I'm just going to say Humanity is a bit unstable mentally and call it a day. I know I'm the farthest thing from a troll, and without proof (which it what Humanity needs) it will remain such. So when that proof appears (and you get my Skype correct), I'll be more than happy to own up to whatever it is I did. I will say that it's interesting every insult out of his or her mouth has been about trolling. Based upon his/her conduct since I've joined this forum, I'd say it's a case of the pot calling the kettle black, except the pot isn't even good at its craft (trolling).

Now, moving on. Shaun, I'd be interested in discussing betterment with you. Please do respond when you get this. I should be busy until New Years but I can make a post here and there.
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Humanity
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You're just butthurt because I got you on your first post. You're too amateur.

Proof is for mathematics. You could have 50 Skype accounts for all I know. But what I do know is that you are the same pendejo that shows up here from time to time.

Anyway, hardly anyone uses this forum anymore. So waste your time if you want. After you post a while - if you do - I'll just put it in one thread and make it into something slightly more useful, perhaps as an instructional thread to future trolls.
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Re: The new year is nigh . . .

Indefatigable
Mkay. Do what you want. Since you're mentally unstable I'll just end this here. I'll be around for any new members though. This forum needs an ignore button.
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Drealm
Just to be clear Indefatigable new people who register are not members, just like you are registered and not a member. Though you are welcome to speak to anyone.
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Indefatigable
Drealm wrote
Just to be clear Indefatigable new people who register are not members, just
like you are registered and not a member. Though you are welcome to speak to
anyone.
You have to apply. I gathered that from the basic set up of the site.
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ShaunS
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Hi Humanity,

Of course your responses were predictable, but if you really want to be helpful I have some questions which you may or may not answer?

I'm thinking that you're in China at the moment and I'm wondering how long you have been in China? What I'm looking at is currently the arrogance of American females. Not specifically feminism but general bad behaviour. You seem to have a strong dislike of feminists. My thinking is that there may be something toxic that is having a bad influence. The Amish are avoiding this so it's within something that they are avoiding. It doesn't seem to be affecting people in the UK. The expectation is that if you leave America then you would tend to recover. As you probably realise this is something that could affect men as well as women (hypothetically if the theory is correct). I've ruled out genetics and education and it affects people who move to the USA so it's something present, some contaminant perhaps.

If you have been in China for a long time, are there any American influences still affecting you? Obviously you have the internet. Did you take something from America to China that the Amish don't use and that is somehow different in the UK? Perhaps you are using some American toothpaste in China? Perhaps you have some portable products that are made from specifically American materials?

Consider the possibility that something (a product of some kind) that has been around for 30 years or so, may perhaps be having a bad effect upon Americans in particular. If you are isolated what do you have with you that may influence you in a harmful way? In short, perhaps you are suffering from some interaction with something other than ourselves? What do you have that is specifically American?

Thanks - Shaun.
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ShaunS
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Hi Indefatigable,

As above I am from the UK hence not American. I'm wondering which country you are from, but really what I'm asking is: Can you say that you are not American? Because America may well have some serious problems that people from foreign countries may well have problems understanding.

Betterment? I will tend to stick to the topic of the thread. Also asking for information is a problem where you have a right wing group. Obviously there are many government types who would also ask for such information and it would be very dumb for anyone to give anything. So your general question could only ever be answered in a limited way. Hopefully you can sense a degree of paranoia here (on this forum). Giving information is also dubious. So the solution is to try to stick to the topic and to create new threads for new topics. 'Humanity' for example didn't stick to the topic.

So... Merry Christmas (not "piss off trolls").

To try to answer some of your questions, Why do I study Elliot Rodger? I continue to study Elliot Rodger to determine solutions. The answer is already given so let me expand a little on this:

Elliot Rodger was British not American (born in London), so if he goes nuts then that is a concern for the UK. The American solution was that he was crazy, so presumably the American authorities will look harder for more crazy people and incarcerate them before they do the same. This is a very poor answer. "Derr we don't know and we can't fix it." But how many times will this answer be accepted, 20, 50, 100, 1000? Without a solution the problem will reoccur. So America brushes in under the carpet, sticks it's head in the sand, and looks the other way? When a machine operator cuts off his hand - a guard is fitted to the machine and becomes a requirement in law. The next guy is protected from the same fate. I'm not seeing the guard.

Consider the trouble with black people at the moment. Imagine a law that said it was illegal for an American policeman to shoot a black guy under any circumstances (with a mandatory 5 year jail sentence). That would be a solution. On top of that we have the fact that because Elliot went to America this happened. If he had not gone to America it may not have happened. Which as above indicates some factor in America having a bad influence on the minds of the people who live there, but... it is not environmental as the Amish have not been afflicted. What ever affected Elliot Rodger is also affecting other Americans but not the Amish? Perhaps it's a food substance, or a technology?

So Elliot Rodger is symptomatic of something going on, which although psychological is probably psychogenic and is probably caused externally. Where or how did Elliot catch the evil eye?


HA I'm guessing is Happier Abroad. I haven't looked at it much as it's for Americans. Again if they leave their country they may indeed be happier abroad as they should recover. So Humanity may be in China not America what's influencing him? If you are not in America then it may well be perplexing for you to understand this odd behaviour.
 
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Anatol
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ShaunS wrote
My thinking is that there may be something toxic that is having a bad influence. The Amish are avoiding this so it's within something that they are avoiding. It doesn't seem to be affecting people in the UK.
Hello,

I don't know why you think that British and European females are not feminists.  They are better than American females but ALL Western females are feminists ~ it's simply that American females are the WORST in history.  It's similar to how the ARROGANCE of American men is the WORST in history.

[~} From the general observations of people ~


~ Chinese, Russian, Islamic and Indian wives ~ Feminist {(believe in equality between man and woman, don't have to obey their husbands, will obey them only if they wish to.  However, most Russian, Chinese and Indian wives expect their husbands to obey their orders as well.  This can obviously become very problematic for normal males)}.  This species of females is almost at the point where it should be exterminated from the earth.

~ French, German, British, Australian and Italian females ~ Highly feminist.  These females will be feminist like the Chinese, Russian, Islamic and Indian females ~ however, they have the added components of talking loudly for attention all the time, smoking, drinking, etc. in public without shame.  I exhort all men of the world to order their governments to exterminate this species of woman.

~ American females ~ Matriarchal feminists.  They believe that woman is the superior gender.  Have all the components of the previous 2 types of feminist females.  Added to this behaviour is a rudeness and hostility towards men.  A very pernicious and hateful attitude is constantly exhibited from them.  This type of female is a very strange one because it is totally masculine but is also half-clo*hed all the time.  This has the effects of producing a child/man/woman in a basically somewhat masculine, female body.  It is absolutely imperative to exterminate this abomination race of females immediately.
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ShaunS
Hi Anatol, and a Happy New Year.

Humanity has a hatred for feminists so presumably he's a real expert on this subject.

Sweden is very big on feminism, at least that's what I seem to recall. Sweden has excellent air quality so no real pollution problems there. This is a country that I will be looking at more carefully to try to work out what's happening and why, but it's like looking for a needle in a haystack. I'm also a little concerned how feminism gets from one place to another.

American females are especially arrogant and it's hard to believe it's simply a cultural effect. I will keep looking into this.
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Indefatigable
Wow, everyone. Read this post and the comments below it. Exactly why you'll never get me to "date".

http://www.confessionpost.com/34128/a-nice-weekend