Is this Annakey?

#2
So you weren't purposely looking for lesbians on the internet?
 
#6
halomonkey said:
www.gaydargirls.com/annakey
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halomonkey said:
www.gaydargirls.com/charity08
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halomonkey said:
www.gaydargirls.com/charitychic
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Idrach said:
http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=98930005
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Idrach said:
http://coolestradio.com/forum/member.php?u=9
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Idrach said:
http://bravenewfilms.org/profiles/ANNAKEY
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Idrach said:
On the other hand, I don't think he / she / it is a septic
No $hit Sherlock.

You may have seen from one of the links an interesting discussion on cyber-abuse. I enjoy the rough and tumble of well-managed sites such as ARRSE, and some NAFFI threads make me laugh out loud. Plus one shouldn't be too prissy about these things. But there are some right stinkers out there: cowards hiding behind their keyboards, injecting poison into cyberspace. It's good to give them a slap. The internet should be for everyone.

Here...http://commentisfree.guardian.co.uk/linda_grant/2008/01/the_bullies_charter.html

Quite interesting-I wil not post my true feelings often on bigger boards as hate then feeling the pressure to post for next six hours to defend them to a lot of pack bullies-prefer smaller boards now like TCTE and a lot of interesting posts on the link about identity ect-i have always been myself but some people do get some sort of persona that makes them act in ways they would not if talking to someone in real life whereas I am a wimp both in real life and on boards (mostly!)
Do you think the comment about having to have your real name if you are going to slag someone off fair enough? Just an intereting read and value your thoughts!
There's a fair bit of stuff about this on TurboIsland, e.g. Margot's published amazing material from feminist blogs, posted by women-haters. There’s the recent anarchist bookfair incident when cyber-abuse spilled over into real-life violence.

Why does it happen? What, if anything, can be done about it? Establishing exactly why it happens is a job for a shrink or sociologist, but one thing I've noticed is it's thickos who become abusive the quickest, for obvious reasons: they're the first to run out of argument. Second, that if the boss of a message board is himself a cyber-abuser, that will tend to increase the amount of cyber-abuse on his site. Message boards are hierarchical so there's pressure on members to ape and brown-nose the boss, so if he's a cyber-abuser some members will follow suit.

I favour digital communities adopting zero-tolerance policies towards cyber-abusers (TCTE effectively has one with it's 'no shit' rule) so the space within which they can operate is reduced.

Cyber-bosses who are themselves cyber-abusers, or who allow abusers to operate on their sites, should be named and shamed - this happens on TI, and not just in relation to u75. In extreme cases they should be reported to their ISPs and driven off the internet.

People should be encouraged to demand non-abusive cyber-environments as the norm. There are too many "Oh it doesn't matter it's only the internet" type responses, often from people equipped to deal with cyber-abusers, or who are abusers themselves. It makes no difference whether it's on or off-line. It's all 'real life.'
 
#7
Annakey try looking at the board again. The 'charity' links were not reference you but then I can see why you would think they were. It must be dark where you're reading from ;) Obviously you can't take a joke but I suppose I should've realised that from your track record on here. Bad, bad, bad me I must not pick on the humourless. :lol:
 
#8
annakey said:
halomonkey said:
www.gaydargirls.com/annakey
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halomonkey said:
www.gaydargirls.com/charity08
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halomonkey said:
www.gaydargirls.com/charitychic
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Idrach said:
http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=98930005
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Idrach said:
http://coolestradio.com/forum/member.php?u=9
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Idrach said:
http://bravenewfilms.org/profiles/ANNAKEY
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Idrach said:
On the other hand, I don't think he / she / it is a septic
No $hit Sherlock.

You may have seen from one of the links an interesting discussion on cyber-abuse. I enjoy the rough and tumble of well-managed sites such as ARRSE, and some NAFFI threads make me laugh out loud. Plus one shouldn't be too prissy about these things. But there are some right stinkers out there: cowards hiding behind their keyboards, injecting poison into cyberspace. It's good to give them a slap. The internet should be for everyone.

Here...http://commentisfree.guardian.co.uk/linda_grant/2008/01/the_bullies_charter.html

Quite interesting-I wil not post my true feelings often on bigger boards as hate then feeling the pressure to post for next six hours to defend them to a lot of pack bullies-prefer smaller boards now like TCTE and a lot of interesting posts on the link about identity ect-i have always been myself but some people do get some sort of persona that makes them act in ways they would not if talking to someone in real life whereas I am a wimp both in real life and on boards (mostly!)
Do you think the comment about having to have your real name if you are going to slag someone off fair enough? Just an intereting read and value your thoughts!
There's a fair bit of stuff about this on TurboIsland, e.g. Margot's published amazing material from feminist blogs, posted by women-haters. There’s the recent anarchist bookfair incident when cyber-abuse spilled over into real-life violence.

Why does it happen? What, if anything, can be done about it? Establishing exactly why it happens is a job for a shrink or sociologist, but one thing I've noticed is it's thickos who become abusive the quickest, for obvious reasons: they're the first to run out of argument. Second, that if the boss of a message board is himself a cyber-abuser, that will tend to increase the amount of cyber-abuse on his site. Message boards are hierarchical so there's pressure on members to ape and brown-nose the boss, so if he's a cyber-abuser some members will follow suit.

I favour digital communities adopting zero-tolerance policies towards cyber-abusers (TCTE effectively has one with it's 'no s***' rule) so the space within which they can operate is reduced.

Cyber-bosses who are themselves cyber-abusers, or who allow abusers to operate on their sites, should be named and shamed - this happens on TI, and not just in relation to u75. In extreme cases they should be reported to their ISPs and driven off the internet.

People should be encouraged to demand non-abusive cyber-environments as the norm. There are too many "Oh it doesn't matter it's only the internet" type responses, often from people equipped to deal with cyber-abusers, or who are abusers themselves. It makes no difference whether it's on or off-line. It's all 'real life.'

ooh ooh a game.

How about:

you are in your 40's

you attended Eton.

you think you are a bit of a DJ

am I warm?
 
#9
I saw those too Idrach but put up the gaydar one as I found it funny. :D
Oddly enough the only other name, online at the time, that came up in the same search was dingerr. However as there was no pic it wasn't worth posting :D
 
#10
halomonkey said:
However as there was no pic it wasn't worth posting :D
Almost anything - no, actually, anything - that is going to annoy annakey is worth posting :twisted:
 
#11
Idrach said:
Almost anything - no, actually, anything - that is going to annoy annakey is worth posting :twisted:
Idrach, mate. I feel most relaxed this fine Sunday morning. No outrage. No Sunday Mail in the house. No golf club house to have "lunchington" in, and rub elbows with red-faced UKIP blazeroons grumbling that females are now permitted entry. A lovely church up the hill which I could attend - but may give a miss - containing a gentle bearded vicar who said prayers for Saddam Hussein when the Yanks killed him. A Community Bobby on the beat nearby who believes - I know because I've asked him - that sometimes it's better to keep the peace as opposed to enforcing the law and that young black men and Muslims get a raw deal and why shouldn’t he fill in a sus form?

And, to top it all, the knowledge, as I sip a delicious cup of fair trade coffee, that each these pleasing facts representing a decent British value (some going back to Magna Carta - as English as the sound of a Merlin engine) produce gloom in Idrach's unpatriotic bosom.

All’s well with the world. :D
 
#12
halomonkey said:
Annakey try looking at the board again. The 'charity' links were not reference you but then I can see why you would think they were. It must be dark where you're reading from ;) Obviously you can't take a joke but I suppose I should've realised that from your track record on here. Bad, bad, bad me I must not pick on the humourless. :lol:
I'd assumed they were teasing me and I had assumed they were a joke too as everyone knows I'm not a lesbian. I may be queer though as I am fond of cock.*

*TIC response. Not an invitiation for people to PM pictures.
 
#13
more a Lenin than an Adolf, no more like Alexi Sayle. A "socialist" comedian. (Well you make me laugh)
 
#15
annakey said:
I'm particularly proud of "red-faced UKIP blazeroons.
No, that's the "grey-crested orange-face.
 
#16
* Remembers that my parents generation - true patriots - fought Hitler to defend British values from people like Robert Kilroy-Silk. Wonders if my socialist vicar might say a joint prayer for Saddam, Idrach and the Orange Fella? *

What’s happened to old Silky? He’s gone a bit quiet. Is he off somewhere doing something nasty to foreigners? Idrach? Would you mind asking him?
 
#17
Charity said:
halomonkey said:
Annakey try looking at the board again. The 'charity' links were not reference you but then I can see why you would think they were. It must be dark where you're reading from ;) Obviously you can't take a joke but I suppose I should've realised that from your track record on here. Bad, bad, bad me I must not pick on the humourless. :lol:
I'd assumed they were teasing me and I had assumed they were a joke too as everyone knows I'm not a lesbian. I may be queer though as I am fond of c***.*

*TIC response. Not an invitiation for people to PM pictures.
As indeed I was :D Like I said at the start I was bored and started searching names who were online at the time. Glad someone has a sense of humour charity :wink:
 

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