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lawrence2
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Sums up my experience here a couple of years ago...
Jul 22, 2018, 14:33
https://www.filmsforaction.org/articles/the-role-of-shame-in-shaping-and-undermining-activist-communities/
giNgko_C
giNgko_C
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Edited Jul 28, 2018, 00:07
Re: Sums up my experience here a couple of years ago...
Jul 27, 2018, 23:48
There comes a time when you need to divorce yourself from the Internet as its only purpose is to share sub atomic research with other members of the that office thing they have at CERN where they record all the data and report it to their people that are funding it.

And you can see where the hate lies because even though the Hawkwind guitarist that resembles a bloke that worked for that software company that provides the communication infrastructure for all those fixed odds street level money laundering devices they have now that's no reason to pump out spurious creative writing endeavours for monkey monkey thing wad trying to create English text version of grand unified theory and failing maybe if I pretend i'm one of the masters of the Universe like Wil Ferrel I will have achieved some form of literary greatness.

I remember being pissed on wine outside a corner shop once and saying we should exterminate all gays, and the young lad I was saying this to said:
"you can't say stuff like that"
and I was like "yeah I know I'm only saying it because I'm drunk" so I got over that bit but apparently you have to serve in the Army before you're granted a pub license and a seemingly infinite access to steroids and gym equipment

I don't know why i'm typing this but it's probably because Switzerland operates on Nazi Gold and information is all so much negative particle charge

plus I'm bored and attempting to assuage any guilt I might have had for being coarse on social media and not having fostered twelve children like my Finnish grandparents.

Cx

(lol: self reflection to be misinterpreted as bullying or something I don't know my wife never cooks la la la it's a joke mate, it's a joke)

Bum Rush the 1989, isn't it Kanye?

Anyway, we don't have bullying here anymore. Only static.
giNgko_C
giNgko_C
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Edited Jul 28, 2018, 01:31
Re: Sums up my experience here a couple of years ago...
Jul 28, 2018, 01:27
obviously the worst one for me is having the stuttering happen when all information exists and you have no way of countering spurious data that exists purely for its own end,

it's like those old visual echoes you used to get off mushrooms but now because everything is a self help manual now you get mental echoes when trying to process tonnes of shit that doesn't even need to be there in the first place, like that old stuttering effect they had on Max Headroom

It's bloody annoying when you're only seven ciders into a God complex it really is, and the missus says "don't drink too much or we'll never get any work done in the garden"

Obviously I love my missus more than I love wine so there'll be no In Vino Dignitas today so I can't help you with your internet bullying problem

actually in a perverted way I just wanted you to recount how awful it was and ensure I wasn't involved in so much unchunga.

Cx

Steve Bannon the old wizen haired old woman in three shirts moves from left to right and reaches desperately for a button
lawrence2
98 posts

Re: Sums up my experience here a couple of years ago...
Jul 28, 2018, 16:01
Ha ha, whatever...

Needless to say I survived it all. I think if I learned my lesson it is that people on the Left can be just as bad as people on the Right.
giNgko_C
giNgko_C
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Re: Sums up my experience here a couple of years ago...
Jul 31, 2018, 23:30
Ah yes, the old "Campaign to erase the Internet for it is full of racist chatbots" routine, what a thrilling conclusion to The Matrix trilogy!

Cx
lawrence2
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Re: Sums up my experience here a couple of years ago...
Aug 01, 2018, 01:56
Well what's not funny is seeing just today at a Wegmans supermarket a van that had the message "#FreeTommy" on it. I wanted to dump coffee on it, but when I went back to my car it was gone. (The fucker!)

Needless to say I'll bet dhajjieboy thinks I support #FreeTommy. I'm pretty sure he wishes that were true... (Ho ho ho!)
giNgko_C
giNgko_C
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Edited Aug 01, 2018, 02:10
Re: Sums up my experience here a couple of years ago...
Aug 01, 2018, 02:08
Well, this new Aphex Twin album looks like it's going to be released soon, but on the internet it's #FreeTommy.

See what I did there? I slurred a hashtag in some jumped up moralisation over paying staff for their work, instead of this sharing economy nonsense.

What on Earth would they be carrying inside a #FreeTommy van though? A knock-off Blue Man Group performing a mime about the dangers of socialism?

Yes I know the #FreeTommy campaign is about not locking up the English Defence League and nothing to do with Alastair Campbell

I was out at Blakeney Point this evening - good to see the local military museum keeps an old RAF Hercules in airbourne commission to add to the old post 1950s Falklands vibe!

etc etc etc etc etc etc etc etc etc etc etc etc I doubt this will have any impact on Google Trends though.
lawrence2
98 posts

Re: Sums up my experience here a couple of years ago...
Aug 01, 2018, 02:12
LOL! Always love yr posts. Brightens/caps off a rather bittersweet night I should say...
giNgko_C
giNgko_C
1483 posts

Re: Sums up my experience here a couple of years ago...
Aug 01, 2018, 02:22
Yeah, I keep name dropping Alastair Campbell because I don't work for any government media agency and I felt one of those classic "dark wafting hands" hours before the 2017 UK General Election was called but I haven't felt one recently,

So short of sounding like an utter quack I've no other means of spouting platitudes about Russian and Middle Eastern resource money... Maybe if I say "Alastair Campbell" again he'll appear in a mirror and tell me the way.

Cx
giNgko_C
giNgko_C
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Re: Sums up my experience here a couple of years ago...
Aug 01, 2018, 02:31
Actually, for any depressives in the house, I saw a car whose number plate was an anagram of the word "FINITE".

On the North Norfolk coast.

Reality just writes itself really doesn't it?

Cx
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