Are there any Online Bullies on SciForums?

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  1. paddoboy Valued Senior Member

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    Some are so psychotically obsessively fanatical, that that will never happen.
     
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  3. dumbest man on earth Real Eyes Realize Real Lies Valued Senior Member

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    Argumentum Ad Nauseam
     
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  5. dumbest man on earth Real Eyes Realize Real Lies Valued Senior Member

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    Ad Hominem Ad Nauseam
     
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  7. paddoboy Valued Senior Member

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    Resurrecting some of those distant past threads, have revived some memories and recollections. The three brothers I previously mentioned, that were finally banned Rajish, The God, and I was unable to remember the third...Expletive deleted!!!
    The three were renowned for their forlorn continued attempts at deriding science and trying to squeeze in their version of a deity.
    Rajish was probably the most "sensible" out of them, the other two were really gone man!

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    I also recognised another well established and resepected member in AlphaNumeric, and of course Trippy one of your fellow mods, who also wasn't afraid to highlight the inane and senseless comments by some.

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    Again, nice post, but a bit long!

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  8. dumbest man on earth Real Eyes Realize Real Lies Valued Senior Member

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    It is true, Tiassa, that it was really not all that long ago when a little humor, even self-deprecating humor, could be enjoyed on this Forum.
    And, yes, to this day quite alot of remarks from the Peanut Gallery are simply ignored.
     
  9. foghorn Registered Senior Member

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    Please sir, I have one you missed.
    Is a member expected to read every back post posted by a certain member (dmoe) before replying to posts containing such remarks as.. ''Please be patient with me -note my moniker!!'' ? What an odd thing for dmoe to expect of members.
    Dmoe gives a nod again to being dumb in the upper storey. Dec 2011:
    Ps. I'm seeing you Tiassa in a new light, I have given your other post a ''like''.
     
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  10. Tiassa Let us not launch the boat ... Staff Member

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    But what counts as being nice to each other?

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    By policy, obviously not. Indeed, we can see why it would be unreasonable. Customarily, extraordinary demand is circumstantial. If you put the evidence in front of people and ask them to point out the part they mean, and they refuse to do so, there isn't much left to do. Sure, that might seem like something else, entirely, but like I said, extraordinary demand is, customarily speaking, circumstantial. In that circumstance, I'm apparently asking too much.

    By contrast, well, I can see why some people aren't more accurate about their descriptions of the past that others are left to figure out. But that's hardly new; this is Sciforums.

    There are patterns, and they do reflect trends afoot, but these are the sort that are as unreliable as the people setting them. You just take note, and every once in a while, something gives, so I'm not sure what valence of patterns built from patterns of patterns within patterns anyone might decide is the real thing, but at that point you can look at the trend and say, 「Well, sure, not each and every, but, still, could you please fail, now and then, to fulfill type?」
     
  11. Xelasnave.1947 Valued Senior Member

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    Saying please and thank you.
    Alex
     
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    I spent the best part of an hour looking at some of those older threads that Tiassa ressurected...bloody hilarious in parts and the non compos mentis posts by a member...
    Recalling other members also, like Trippy, Aquious id, Alpha Numeric, Kittamaru...hope all are going well and enjoying their time/s away from the forum.

     
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  13. Beer w/Straw Transcendental Ignorance! Valued Senior Member

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    Hey, it would have been callous of me to pressure you into more info on the FAMILY GUY conspiracy, I think for some reason...

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  15. Tiassa Let us not launch the boat ... Staff Member

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    I don't know if subsequent editions used new commentary, but I used to have a DVD set of the first three seasons. If you listen to the commentary tracks for "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein" (season 3, the "banned" episode) and, I think, "Da Boom" (season 2) you'll have what I was talking about in terms of the television show, which in turn was just an analogy; the Jewish media conspiracism was in someone's posts.
     
  16. Beer w/Straw Transcendental Ignorance! Valued Senior Member

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    Thanks for your response, but I thought I had deleted that "saved" part of my post.
     
  17. RainbowSingularity Valued Senior Member

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    racist gang targeting people of different ethno-genetic descent
    gang hazing/initiation/freshman hazing/fraternity hazing etc etc
    that's very American
    usa has some of the worst racist groups in the world
    do you think they suddenly decided to act spontaneously in a racist violent manner ?
    no

    when it is white people doing the racist attack deadly force is usually not used
    and other people are cult programmed to stand around and watch and not stop it.
    when it is black people doing the attack deadly forced is used immediately by default

    it is american culture
    gang behavior & violent oppression normalization & demonstration to rule with fear
     
  18. RainbowSingularity Valued Senior Member

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    culture
     
  19. paddoboy Valued Senior Member

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    I don't believe it was a racial thingy...simply a group of teenage cowards, out to impress each other.
    And yes, we also have racists in Australia, although probably not to the extent you do in the States.
     
  20. Seattle Valued Senior Member

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    We have racism because we have another race in fairly large numbers in parts of the country that stands out due to skin color and most importantly due to economic disparity (no economic power).

    The cops are a different case. Legal discrimination has largely been eliminated but the cops are a special case. They are simply out of control and have too much power.

    Even though whites fare better overall in their interactions with the cops, most whites don't go out of their way to "bring the man" into their lives either.

    If blacks start more businesses, and invest more in owning a home and therefore had more of an economic base, most racism would disappear. They would have money to donate to their political candidates, they would have more economic buying power if they had more businesses and they would have the same influence that other groups have.

    Economics and racism are closely related.
     
  21. paddoboy Valued Senior Member

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    This is off topic and we will have dmoe down on us like a ton of bricks shortly!!! Heavens to mergatroyd!!

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    Speaking as an outsider, I would have guessed it was more to do with the African/American person, first being brought to the States as slaves....like religion to now dispel that fact from some is hard?
    We also have problems with the Police and some of indigenous population. I also accept that there are moves to help alleviate that....https://www.theguardian.com/austral...ustralias-first-indigenous-run-police-station

    ? Well first people need to be given equal opportunity.
     
  22. Seattle Valued Senior Member

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    Of course slavery is at the base of it historically. I'd say the same thing about your aboriginal people (or ours for that matter). If the aboriginal people had an economic base the police (and everyone else) would treat them differently.

    As I said, the police can be a special case however.

    Sure, people need to be given equal opportunity. They also have to take advantage of that opportunity. If I was a member of a minority, disadvantaged group, whether there were valid reasons or just excuses as to why I wasn't doing well. I'd still have to make the same decisions.

    People are faced with whatever their current reality is and they have to deal with that. Investing in something is the only way out. Having a lot of kids, buying Air Jordans, etc is the best way for nothing to change.

    Look at those that do improve their situation and look at those who don't and that's one key to seeing what the solution is. Skin color is rarely the bottom line as to why people are treated differently.
     
  23. dumbest man on earth Real Eyes Realize Real Lies Valued Senior Member

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    And, yes, to this day quite alot of remarks from the Peanut Gallery are simply ignored.

    ...although derailed?/hijacked?/Steered "Off-Topic"?...as per usual! since Post #6...
     
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