Let's do a Little Self-reflection

Let's do a Little Self-reflection

Post by Mercellus Bohre » Fri, 12 Apr 2013 03:02:50


Quote:





> >>> Let's be honest here, the 800lb elephant probem in attracting new

> >>> membership to our group is that we act like***s towards new

> >>> posters here. Maybe if we'd act halfway civil towards new people

> >>> instead of trying to be uber-snarky and uber-cool, we might not

> >>> have a membership problem here. Just something to think about.

> >> No, Einstein, it's not the problem. The problem is that ***s

> >> like you make idiotic off topic posts and then crosspost them to

> >> other groups in the belief that readers of those groups will then be

> >> magically attracted to your phony sports NG. And if those readers

> >> object to having their newsgroups disrespected with crossposts and

> >> troll messages, the collective ***s who cluster here attack

> >> those readers for trying to protect their groups from you ***ing

> >> trolls.

> >> That's why people hate your pathetic excuse for a sports newsgroup

> >> and consider you a low level troll.

> >> Maybe if you were to grow up and use Usenet as it is intended and

> >> show a little respect for its long standing conventions, instead of

> >> handing out excuses for why you think you are exempt from them, you

> >> might get some respect. If you can't do that, then your group will

> >> just continue being a magnet for trolls with no redeeming qualities.

> >> Try real hard to get a ***ing clue, troll.

> > Now say something nice.

> The nicest thing I can think of for you is to point out that you're clearly

> too stupid and phony to give a shit about the point I was trying to make in

> response to yours. I doubt you even read it. But then it may have exceeded

> your reading and comprehension skills. And it's clear that your real

> motivation is to expand the off topic bullshit and crossposts that

> constantly dribble out of this group like a full diaper.

> Moral: Never offer advice to a troll.

Cut it out Slick.
 
 
 

Let's do a Little Self-reflection

Post by Kyle T. Jone » Fri, 12 Apr 2013 03:07:58


Quote:






>>>>> Let's be honest here, the 800lb elephant probem in attracting new
>>>>> membership to our group is that we act like***s towards new posters
>>>>> here.   Maybe if we'd act halfway civil towards new people instead of
>>>>> trying to be uber-snarky and uber-cool, we might not have a membership
>>>>> problem here.   Just something to think about.

>>>> No, Einstein

>>> It's spelled Einstien.

>> I think he's using the English/UK spelling.

> No he's not - it's the Australian version

Dumnass.  Everyone knows they speak German in Australia.

Cheers.

--
Too bad. Read the manual. If this stuff were easy
we would not get the big bucks. -- Michael Press, June 1st 2012

 
 
 

Let's do a Little Self-reflection

Post by Igor Stravinsk » Fri, 12 Apr 2013 03:28:48

Quote:

>> disrespected with crossposts and troll messages, the collective
>> ***s who

>> cluster here attack those readers for trying to protect their groups
>> from

>> you ***ing trolls.

>> That's why people hate your pathetic excuse for a sports newsgroup
>> and

>> consider you a low level troll.

>> Maybe if you were to grow up and use Usenet as it is intended and
>> show a

>> little respect for its long standing conventions, instead of handing
>> out

>> excuses for why you think you are exempt from them, you might get
>> some

>> respect. If you can't do that, then your group will just continue
>> being a

>> magnet for trolls with no redeeming qualities.

>> Try real hard to get a ***ing clue, troll.

> Fellow rsfckers, do I have permission to act like a*** to Igor?

Try something original instead. And try to quit hitting the return key all
the time.
That shit looks like it was posted by a monkey.

 
 
 

Let's do a Little Self-reflection

Post by Jim Brow » Fri, 12 Apr 2013 03:32:48


Quote:


> > > Let's be honest here, the 800lb elephant probem in attracting new
> > > membership to our group is that we act like***s towards new posters
> > > here. ? Maybe if we'd act halfway civil towards new people instead of
> > > trying to be uber-snarky and uber-cool, we might not have a membership
> > > problem here. ? Just something to think about.

> > Yep. ?Always been a problem around here. ?Not to mention the hyena-
> > like reaction when someone makes a legitimate mistake or has a
> > different view of a particular subject. ?With the complete lack of
> > females here, this place has kind of become a stinky boys club.

> > But thats what gives this place its charm.

> it's true Jim - it is a fine line. ? ?But look at yesterday, we had a
> female poster here for the first time in ages (Julie) and we have some
> guys dry-humping her leg and other guys throwing open thier trench
> coats. ? We're a creepy bunch.

Wasn't it just you and me talking to her?  Are you the leg humper or
the trench coat?
 
 
 

Let's do a Little Self-reflection

Post by Mr. N.A.Ch » Fri, 12 Apr 2013 03:33:53


Quote:



> > > > Let's be honest here, the 800lb elephant probem in attracting new
> > > > membership to our group is that we act like***s towards new posters
> > > > here. ? Maybe if we'd act halfway civil towards new people instead of
> > > > trying to be uber-snarky and uber-cool, we might not have a membership
> > > > problem here. ? Just something to think about.

> > > Yep. ?Always been a problem around here. ?Not to mention the hyena-
> > > like reaction when someone makes a legitimate mistake or has a
> > > different view of a particular subject. ?With the complete lack of
> > > females here, this place has kind of become a stinky boys club.

> > > But thats what gives this place its charm.

> > it's true Jim - it is a fine line. ? ?But look at yesterday, we had a
> > female poster here for the first time in ages (Julie) and we have some
> > guys dry-humping her leg and other guys throwing open thier trench
> > coats. ? We're a creepy bunch.

> Wasn't it just you and me talking to her? ?Are you the leg humper or
> the trench coat?- Hide quoted text -

> - Show quoted text -

As Donny and Marie sang, I'm a little bit country and I'm a little bit
rock n roll.
 
 
 

Let's do a Little Self-reflection

Post by Futbol Pha » Fri, 12 Apr 2013 03:34:47

Quote:


> >> disrespected with crossposts and troll messages, the collective

> >> ***s who

> >> cluster here attack those readers for trying to protect their groups

> >> from

> >> you ***ing trolls.

> >> That's why people hate your pathetic excuse for a sports newsgroup

> >> and

> >> consider you a low level troll.

> >> Maybe if you were to grow up and use Usenet as it is intended and

> >> show a

> >> little respect for its long standing conventions, instead of handing

> >> out

> >> excuses for why you think you are exempt from them, you might get

> >> some

> >> respect. If you can't do that, then your group will just continue

> >> being a

> >> magnet for trolls with no redeeming qualities.

> >> Try real hard to get a ***ing clue, troll.

> > Fellow rsfckers, do I have permission to act like a*** to Igor?

> Try something original instead. And try to quit hitting the return key all

> the time.

> That shit looks like it was posted by a monkey.

You're giving yourself way too much credit.
 
 
 

Let's do a Little Self-reflection

Post by Igor Stravinsk » Fri, 12 Apr 2013 03:48:38

Quote:

>>>> Try real hard to get a ***ing clue, troll.

>>> Fellow rsfckers, do I have permission to act like a*** to Igor?

>> Try something original instead. And try to quit hitting the return
>> key all

>> the time.

>> That shit looks like it was posted by a monkey.

> You're giving yourself way too much credit.

Is this your idea of acting like a***,***?

Your shit still looks like it was posted by a masturbating monkey whose ***
hand is connected to a carriage return key. Stop it before you go blind.

 
 
 

Let's do a Little Self-reflection

Post by Jim Brow » Fri, 12 Apr 2013 03:57:18


Quote:




> > > > > Let's be honest here, the 800lb elephant probem in attracting new
> > > > > membership to our group is that we act like***s towards new posters
> > > > > here. ? Maybe if we'd act halfway civil towards new people instead of
> > > > > trying to be uber-snarky and uber-cool, we might not have a membership
> > > > > problem here. ? Just something to think about.

> > > > Yep. ?Always been a problem around here. ?Not to mention the hyena-
> > > > like reaction when someone makes a legitimate mistake or has a
> > > > different view of a particular subject. ?With the complete lack of
> > > > females here, this place has kind of become a stinky boys club.

> > > > But thats what gives this place its charm.

> > > it's true Jim - it is a fine line. ? ?But look at yesterday, we had a
> > > female poster here for the first time in ages (Julie) and we have some
> > > guys dry-humping her leg and other guys throwing open thier trench
> > > coats. ? We're a creepy bunch.

> > Wasn't it just you and me talking to her? ?Are you the leg humper or
> > the trench coat?- Hide quoted text -

> > - Show quoted text -

> As Donny and Marie sang, I'm a little bit country and I'm a little bit
> rock n roll.-

You are on a roll, dood.  Keep it up!
 
 
 

Let's do a Little Self-reflection

Post by Jim Brow » Fri, 12 Apr 2013 03:57:55


Quote:





> > >>> Let's be honest here, the 800lb elephant probem in attracting new

> > >>> membership to our group is that we act like***s towards new

> > >>> posters here. Maybe if we'd act halfway civil towards new people

> > >>> instead of trying to be uber-snarky and uber-cool, we might not

> > >>> have a membership problem here. Just something to think about.

> > >> No, Einstein, it's not the problem. The problem is that ***s

> > >> like you make idiotic off topic posts and then crosspost them to

> > >> other groups in the belief that readers of those groups will then be

> > >> magically attracted to your phony sports NG. And if those readers

> > >> object to having their newsgroups disrespected with crossposts and

> > >> troll messages, the collective ***s who cluster here attack

> > >> those readers for trying to protect their groups from you ***ing

> > >> trolls.

> > >> That's why people hate your pathetic excuse for a sports newsgroup

> > >> and consider you a low level troll.

> > >> Maybe if you were to grow up and use Usenet as it is intended and

> > >> show a little respect for its long standing conventions, instead of

> > >> handing out excuses for why you think you are exempt from them, you

> > >> might get some respect. If you can't do that, then your group will

> > >> just continue being a magnet for trolls with no redeeming qualities.

> > >> Try real hard to get a ***ing clue, troll.

> > > Now say something nice.

> > The nicest thing I can think of for you is to point out that you're clearly

> > too stupid and phony to give a shit about the point I was trying to make in

> > response to yours. I doubt you even read it. But then it may have exceeded

> > your reading and comprehension skills. And it's clear that your real

> > motivation is to expand the off topic bullshit and crossposts that

> > constantly dribble out of this group like a full diaper.

> > Moral: Never offer advice to a troll.

> Cut it out Slick.-

I think you are onto something there.
 
 
 

Let's do a Little Self-reflection

Post by Igor Stravinsk » Fri, 12 Apr 2013 05:09:27

Quote:

> It's spelled Einstien.

You forgot to call me a moran.