On Another Board



  • They banned a JBate-like poster finally after he went on a wild rambling posting bender. :thinking: :wink:

    No malice though. I’m actually very anti-ban and kind of annoyed by the decision there.



  • Tell him we have plenty of room over here for more @jaybate-1-0 like posters!



  • approxinfinity said:

    Tell him we have plenty of room over here for more @jaybate-1-0 like posters!

    I can’t take two! :laughing:

    Plus I actually have no way to contact him now that he is banned.



  • @approxinfinity

    I’ve heard of a reputed hyper alias kicked off another board for using too many memes. I recall it was named @CPerch. Get this: it offered to join the first board that would comp it a pair of virtual petroshoes that fit its AI profile. Go figure!

    No wait. I’m joking.

    .



  • Banning for anything other than posting things against site rules (ie posting porn or something insane) or perpetually attacking/threatening other members is a dangerous step, I’d say.



  • Shills and bots using memes and other rhetorical techniques to destabilize sites, smear other aliases and set up site admins and aliases up for recent and upcoming changes in internet regulation aimed to retake control of allowed explanations seems authoritarianism run amok yet again.



  • BShark said:

    Banning for anything other than posting things against site rules (ie posting porn or something insane) or perpetually attacking/threatening other members is a dangerous step, I’d say.

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    The subjective value vagaries of defining porn is reputedly historically one of the backdoors used by authoritarian evil doers to justify furthering control of explanations.

    I wonder if history likely will add “internet bullying” and “politically correct speech” to “conspiracy” and “conspiracy theory” and “pornography”, as backdoors reputedly used by authoritarian evil doers to constrain the available explanations?



  • jaybate 1.0 said:

    Shills and bots using memes and other rhetorical techniques to destabilize sites, smear other aliases and set up site admins and aliases up for recent and upcoming changes in internet regulation aimed to retake control of allowed explanations seems authoritarianism run amok yet again.

    It’s pretty difficult for bots to sign up on secure sites. Sites like twitter and facebook have basically no barrier to entry.



  • jaybate 1.0 said:

    BShark said:

    Banning for anything other than posting things against site rules (ie posting porn or something insane) or perpetually attacking/threatening other members is a dangerous step, I’d say.

    ————————

    The subjective value vagaries of defining porn is reputedly historically one of the backdoors used by authoritarian evil doers to justify furthering control of explanations.

    I wonder if history likely will add “internet bullying” and “politically correct speech” to “conspiracy” and “conspiracy theory” and “pornography”, as backdoors reputedly used by authoritarian evil doers to constrain the available explanations?

    Ok…



  • BShark said:

    Banning for anything other than posting things against site rules (ie posting porn or something insane) or perpetually attacking/threatening other members is a dangerous step, I’d say.

    Better retract the “or something insane” thing, or a lot of us are at risk. I have seen a lot of crazy things here (and posted some)!



  • @mayjay I suppose insane is pretty vague. :grinning:



  • BShark said:

    @mayjay I suppose insane is pretty vague. :grinning:

    Certainly you meant to write sanity challenged, right? :smile:



  • mayjay said:

    BShark said:

    Banning for anything other than posting things against site rules (ie posting porn or something insane) or perpetually attacking/threatening other members is a dangerous step, I’d say.

    Better retract the “or something insane” thing, or a lot of us are at risk. I have seen a lot of crazy things here (and posted some)!

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    I have seen the best minds of several basketball generations here starving, hysterical naked Angry for a hoops fix…

    —Allen Ginzbate 1.0

    Still, incredibly human stuff is posted here and often found it insightful and the goofy stuff utterly unimpactful.

    It’s so Neo-Authoritarian to obsess on the silly stuff written on the net—to fret and stew as if it mattered.

    Most nuts I have read (or met) appeared far more harmless than the authoritarian-sociopaths that rationalized persecuting and experimenting on them.

    I really would worry less about nuts posting online than those trying to use them for excuses to muzzle the net and limit the explanations of what the reputed Deep State does.

    Authoritarian evil doers in the former USSR set a rather high standard for weaponizing insanity against their own people; i.e., for controlling the explanations that their enslaved proletariatian victims could be allowed to consider.

    Let us hope our beloved country’s authoritarian types in the MSM-reported Deep State don’t franchise St. Elizabeth’s into every converted Walmart, when the population-income demographics only support a REX camp. 😄

    Insanity should be a diagnosis of mental illness, rather than a mil-int depatterning excuse, or smear tactic, right?

    Uh, Right?

    No matter.

    Thoughts of a dull head in windy spaces.

    Sincerely, Gerontibate 1.0



  • BShark said:

    @mayjay I suppose insane is pretty vague. :grinning:

    Actually it’s it’s false accuracy that betrays it, right?


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