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Principia Discordia => Apple Talk => Topic started by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on June 06, 2011, 05:38:12 am

Title: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on June 06, 2011, 05:38:12 am
Yes folks, it's true.

Wyldkat, BabylonHorov, and I have gone and made a pagan forum. Another pagan forum, yay! It will be really cool, no really!

What makes our forum different? Well, instead of your usual smelly pagans, you have freshly bathed pagans!

That and we're tired of the bullshit on other pagan forums. We want to see if we can do it differently - and do it right. Which is to say, not turn into a bunch of whiny douchebags failing against the unfair Ebil PeopleTM.

With any kind of luck, and any amount of common sense, we will hopefully turn this into a decent place without the crazy!stupid that infects so many other places.

And if it doesn't work, at least y'all know where the next bonfire will be when we crash and burn. So keep your marshmallows handy and your hotdogs at the ready.

Come check out The Spiritual Crossroads. (http://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php)
http://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php

ETA: More accurate link.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Adios on June 06, 2011, 06:31:40 am
I look forward to trolling your asses.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on June 06, 2011, 06:34:35 am
YAY!

But I just want to warn you, man. I had Taco Bell for supper. Wear a rain coat and hip-waders.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Wyldkat on June 06, 2011, 06:37:44 am
We are pretty new.  The unicorn glitter gun hasn't been installed yet....
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 06, 2011, 07:08:49 am
Let's see...I despise one of them, am disgusted by another and confused by the third.......
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on June 06, 2011, 07:10:25 am
Let's see...I despise one of them, am disgusted by another and confused by the third.......

Why confused?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 06, 2011, 07:11:35 am
I am curious enough about whether you can handle it to participate. :) I would love to see if a Pagan forum can withstand me, Cain, and TGRR, frankly.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 06, 2011, 07:16:12 am
I got the error message that "The user whose profile you are trying to view does not exist." :(
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 06, 2011, 07:16:53 am
Nevermind, it was a login error.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Telarus on June 06, 2011, 07:18:25 am
I applaud this move. It'll be entertaining one way or another, and considering the personalities, it should prove to be "new" entertaining.

I'm considering signing up once finals are over. I do like to discuss weird shit, and I wonder how my "energy" rant would go over with a new crowd.


Also: Functionally stepping down as a Mod on a dying forum in order to start a space of your own takes BALLS. I can only imagine the wailing and gnashing of teeth.

Coyote, that's got to be worth, well not forgiveness exactly, but LULZ certainly.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on June 06, 2011, 07:19:41 am
Nevermind, it was a login error.

Okay. Was checking it out. I'm curious to see if we can hack it, too, honestly. If nothing else I figure I'll learn something and we can't suck as much as TCC.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 06, 2011, 07:20:09 am
I also feel like this is a bold move on Wyldkat's part. I'm interested in seeing what ensues.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 06, 2011, 07:20:24 am
I applaud this move. It'll be entertaining one way or another, and considering the personalities, it should prove to be "new" entertaining.

I'm considering signing up once finals are over. I do like to discuss weird shit, and I wonder how my "energy" rant would go over with a new crowd.


Also: Functionally stepping down as a Mod on a dying forum in order to start a space of your own takes BALLS. I can only imagine the wailing and gnashing of teeth.

Coyote, that's got to be worth, well not forgiveness exactly, but LULZ certainly.

Oh, I'll reg. I would like a space to post some of the shit I can come up with it pertains to magicshit. I am an Ordained MinisterTM.

Oh and remember how long firewillow's pagan forum lasted?

Not very long. But I blame that on those two spending a good month just fucking.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on June 06, 2011, 07:20:46 am
I also feel like this is a bold move on Wyldkat's part. I'm interested in seeing what ensues.

Shenanigans, of course.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 06, 2011, 07:21:59 am
I like CPD. I am willing enough to give the other two leeway. A Pagan forum that can run with minimal hierarchy and mod interference would, in itself, be borderline miraculous.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 06, 2011, 07:22:46 am
I also feel like this is a bold move on Wyldkat's part. I'm interested in seeing what ensues.

Shenanigans, of course.

I certainly fucking hope so!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on June 06, 2011, 07:23:33 am
Oh and remember how long firewillow's pagan forum lasted?

Not very long. But I blame that on those two spending a good month just fucking.

That and making C_A a mod. It was looking pretty cool for awhile, until they both poofed.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 06, 2011, 07:25:04 am
Oh and remember how long firewillow's pagan forum lasted?

Not very long. But I blame that on those two spending a good month just fucking.

That and making C_A a mod. It was looking pretty cool for awhile, until they both poofed.

C_A did less modding than I did, and all I did was log in. :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Wyldkat on June 06, 2011, 07:27:46 am
I like CPD. I am willing enough to give the other two leeway. A Pagan forum that can run with minimal hierarchy and mod interference would, in itself, be borderline miraculous.

That's generally the idea actually.  The idea is to set up a forum with a very few obvious rules, let people know how we'd like people to deal with one another and the forum itself, then let people be people (hopefully in an intelligent manner most of the time... {fingers crossed}).  There will be nudges and suggestions but any type of ban is going to be ridiculously rare.  That's the goal anyway.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 06, 2011, 07:28:22 am
Having read the rules..... :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Telarus on June 06, 2011, 07:31:38 am
I also applaud not putting your content behind a log-in wall (my first turn-off from TCC). You will have to deal with spam and spider-bots, so I hope some-one is capable of that type of user/database management.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on June 06, 2011, 07:36:32 am
I also applaud not putting your content behind a log-in wall (my first turn-off from TCC). You will have to deal with spam and spider-bots, so I hope some-one is capable of that type of user/database management.

Babs has a decent grasp of that shit. And I can pick it up fairly quickly. So long as no one expects me to re-write the original code. And no one distracts me with something shiny and/or a pizza.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on June 06, 2011, 07:37:20 am
Having read the rules..... :lulz:

If y'all have any comments, questions, suggestions, or snark about the rules we've got there, please let me know. I am curious about how this is going to go over.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 06, 2011, 07:39:56 am
Oh my, SM is there. :lulz:

Oh and I shall be making some helpful suggestions on the rules. Probably next time I choose to commune to the void.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Wyldkat on June 06, 2011, 07:40:20 am
I also applaud not putting your content behind a log-in wall (my first turn-off from TCC). You will have to deal with spam and spider-bots, so I hope some-one is capable of that type of user/database management.

Babs has a decent grasp of that shit. And I can pick it up fairly quickly. So long as no one expects me to re-write the original code. And no one distracts me with something shiny and/or a pizza.

I'm a tech moron...  

You can't post unless you register and there are some boards that aren't viewable without registering, as well as a couple of post count related boards.

Having read the rules..... :lulz:

If y'all have any comments, questions, suggestions, or snark about the rules we've got there, please let me know. I am curious about how this is going to go over.

Yes, please!  There is a suggestions board.  There are only three actual rules at the moment.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Telarus on June 06, 2011, 07:41:26 am
Having read the rules..... :lulz:

On that note:

++Post legibly in a normal writing style.  Use capital letters, lower case letters and appropriate punctuation.  Write in short paragraphs separated by blank lines and don't write in "netspeak.”++

This seriously NEEDS a re-write. Or it will cause problems.

I suggest going the "it's only a guideline" route for this specific topic. Also, just inform people not to be surprised if the general forum population refuses to respond, or responds in a negative way to such "outlandish" behavior if it is repeated unnecessarily. Mention that this is a response out of the Modreation teams hands unless attacks get personal. See rule #...    :kingmeh: ..oh, that's another thing. Look into an outline structure.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 06, 2011, 07:43:35 am
I only see two rules.

What exactly do you mean by "follow all US law"? :?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 06, 2011, 07:45:27 am
I am very in favor of there only being two rules, BTW, I am just thinking that second one needs VERY serious clarification.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Wyldkat on June 06, 2011, 08:12:41 am
Having read the rules..... :lulz:

On that note:

++Post legibly in a normal writing style.  Use capital letters, lower case letters and appropriate punctuation.  Write in short paragraphs separated by blank lines and don't write in "netspeak.”++

This seriously NEEDS a re-write. Or it will cause problems.

I suggest going the "it's only a guideline" route for this specific topic. Also, just inform people not to be surprised if the general forum population refuses to respond, or responds in a negative way to such "outlandish" behavior if it is repeated unnecessarily. Mention that this is a response out of the Modreation teams hands unless attacks get personal. See rule #...    :kingmeh: ..oh, that's another thing. Look into an outline structure.

How would you suggest it get re-worded?

The Spirit of the Forums are not rules, just guidelines.  I guess we didn't get that across clearly enough.  I'll see about an outline set up or something for it.

I only see two rules.

What exactly do you mean by "follow all US law"? :?

Follow all U.S. laws.

I am very in favor of there only being two rules, BTW, I am just thinking that second one needs VERY serious clarification.

How do you clarify follow all U.S. laws?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on June 06, 2011, 08:14:16 am
I only see two rules.

What exactly do you mean by "follow all US law"? :?

U.S. Law. As in don't do illegal stuff. Is it worded wrong or does it just look weird without the .s after U and S? Because I read it the first time and thought "US law? WTF is that?"

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on June 06, 2011, 08:16:40 am
Having read the rules..... :lulz:

On that note:

++Post legibly in a normal writing style.  Use capital letters, lower case letters and appropriate punctuation.  Write in short paragraphs separated by blank lines and don't write in "netspeak.”++

This seriously NEEDS a re-write. Or it will cause problems.

I suggest going the "it's only a guideline" route for this specific topic. Also, just inform people not to be surprised if the general forum population refuses to respond, or responds in a negative way to such "outlandish" behavior if it is repeated unnecessarily. Mention that this is a response out of the Modreation teams hands unless attacks get personal. See rule #...    :kingmeh: ..oh, that's another thing. Look into an outline structure.

How would you suggest it get re-worded?

The Spirit of the Forums are not rules, just guidelines.  I guess we didn't get that across clearly enough.  I'll see about an outline set up or something for it.

I only see two rules.

What exactly do you mean by "follow all US law"? :?

Follow all U.S. laws.

I am very in favor of there only being two rules, BTW, I am just thinking that second one needs VERY serious clarification.

How do you clarify follow all U.S. laws?

Maybe we should provide a few examples. "No kiddy porn, that shit is illegal AND WRONG, ASSHOLES." "No file sharing."
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Phox on June 06, 2011, 02:55:48 pm
Regged.  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on June 06, 2011, 02:59:26 pm
I'm gonna take a "wait and see" stance on this.

You really should try poaching off of the cauldron.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Succulent Plant on June 06, 2011, 03:12:07 pm
I can't get in, getting a message that the server is down.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Sita on June 06, 2011, 03:26:12 pm
Another forum for me to lurk at can't hurt :)
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on June 06, 2011, 03:42:49 pm
I'm gonna take a "wait and see" stance on this.

You really should try poaching off of the cauldron.

Planning on it.  I don't wanna catch their virus though.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 06, 2011, 03:54:12 pm
Are you guys really this naive? You sound like children. "Follow all US law" is so vaguely worded as to be virtually useless. "Don't do illegal stuff" is actually better. "Don't do illegal stuff on the forum" is slightly better still.

If you want to word it in a way that is useful, try "Do not post content that is in violation of US law, such as child porn, illegal file sharing links, and threats of harm toward any person."

Read the rules here to see what useful wording looks like.

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 06, 2011, 03:55:49 pm
"Follow all US law". :lulz: That's like something Texas would write. I gotta show this to my lawyer friend.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Wyldkat on June 06, 2011, 09:34:09 pm
Are you guys really this naive? You sound like children. "Follow all US law" is so vaguely worded as to be virtually useless. "Don't do illegal stuff" is actually better. "Don't do illegal stuff on the forum" is slightly better still.

If you want to word it in a way that is useful, try "Do not post content that is in violation of US law, such as child porn, illegal file sharing links, and threats of harm toward any person."

Read the rules here to see what useful wording looks like.



Thanks!  Any problem with me just copying that and replacing what we have?  I thought "Follow U.S. law" pretty much covered everything, but your version is better.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 06, 2011, 10:13:02 pm
Are you guys really this naive? You sound like children. "Follow all US law" is so vaguely worded as to be virtually useless. "Don't do illegal stuff" is actually better. "Don't do illegal stuff on the forum" is slightly better still.

If you want to word it in a way that is useful, try "Do not post content that is in violation of US law, such as child porn, illegal file sharing links, and threats of harm toward any person."

Read the rules here to see what useful wording looks like.



Thanks!  Any problem with me just copying that and replacing what we have?  I thought "Follow U.S. law" pretty much covered everything, but your version is better.

Yes, feel free to lift it.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Wyldkat on June 06, 2011, 10:22:48 pm
Ok the rules have been cleaned up and the Spirit of the Forum has been changed to be more readable with a little clarification in the process.  Hopefully that should work, but if there are any more suggestions, please let us know.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on June 06, 2011, 10:25:26 pm
Well, having put more thought into it, I think the world needs more Pagan forums.  I mean, it's not like every cafe druid and cherohonkey with a copy of Mists of Avalon hasn't started one, or that they ALL turn out the same way.

Prediction:  No matter how good the intent of the 3 people involved, no matter what examples they have to warn them, within months they'll be strongarming people with the mod button.

Why?  Because Paganism is - and always has been - about control.  Gardiner and his friends, in Wicca's case, wrote that RIGHT INTO THE RELIGION...So that they could use it to control the rubes that followed them.  

TGRR's Dictum:  A Pagan board will go mod-happy just as soon as they have a base of believers that have to be "protected" from any test of their ideas from an outside person or group.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Wyldkat on June 06, 2011, 10:35:44 pm
Well, having put more thought into it, I think the world needs more Pagan forums.  I mean, it's not like every cafe druid and cherohonkey with a copy of Mists of Avalon hasn't started one, or that they ALL turn out the same way.

Prediction:  No matter how good the intent of the 3 people involved, no matter what examples they have to warn them, within months they'll be strongarming people with the mod button.

Why?  Because Paganism is - and always has been - about control.  Gardiner and his friends, in Wicca's case, wrote that RIGHT INTO THE RELIGION...So that they could use it to control the rubes that followed them.  

TGRR's Dictum:  A Pagan board will go mod-happy just as soon as they have a base of believers that have to be "protected" from any test of their ideas from an outside person or group.


If they can't survive a test of their ideas then they need to grow a pair and figure out where the big kid underpants drawer is....

I'm very curious if we will last and have the forum run the way we want it to.  Paganism isn't Gardner.  Not only that, but The Spiritual Crossroads is a pagan based interfaith forum.  The long term goal is to have people of all paths there sharing and learning in a respectful but real environment.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 06, 2011, 10:37:31 pm
You should make me a mod. :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 06, 2011, 10:38:02 pm
I'm skeptical, but willing to participate. If you really want me to.

Just be forewarned that I will be participate as myself, exactly as I am. What you see here is exactly what you get.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Luna on June 06, 2011, 10:40:25 pm
Well, having put more thought into it, I think the world needs more Pagan forums.  I mean, it's not like every cafe druid and cherohonkey with a copy of Mists of Avalon hasn't started one, or that they ALL turn out the same way.

Prediction:  No matter how good the intent of the 3 people involved, no matter what examples they have to warn them, within months they'll be strongarming people with the mod button.

Why?  Because Paganism is - and always has been - about control.  Gardiner and his friends, in Wicca's case, wrote that RIGHT INTO THE RELIGION...So that they could use it to control the rubes that followed them.  

TGRR's Dictum:  A Pagan board will go mod-happy just as soon as they have a base of believers that have to be "protected" from any test of their ideas from an outside person or group.


If they can't survive a test of their ideas then they need to grow a pair and figure out where the big kid underpants drawer is....

I'm very curious if we will last and have the forum run the way we want it to.  Paganism isn't Gardner.  Not only that, but The Spiritual Crossroads is a pagan based interfaith forum.  The long term goal is to have people of all paths there sharing and learning in a respectful but real environment.

Here's what I see.  You're attempting to dictate the environment... which means you're going to have to enforce that environment.  Which means you're going to have to mod, and start using the banstick...

You see where this is going?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Succulent Plant on June 06, 2011, 10:42:32 pm
The board finally come up for me and I regged. I see that the rules include "Don't be a jackass." I considered backing out at that point but continued... 
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on June 06, 2011, 10:44:12 pm
I'm very curious if we will last and have the forum run the way we want it to.  Paganism isn't Gardner.  Not only that, but The Spiritual Crossroads is a pagan based interfaith forum.  The long term goal is to have people of all paths there sharing and learning in a respectful but real environment.

Whoa.  You're already at the "respectful" part.  I've seen THAT before.  Same with the interfaith..."All paths are welcome here".

And Gardiner was just one (1) example.  I can provide plenty of others.  In fact, ALL of the 20th century "Pagans" that wrote one or more books.  Every last one.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on June 06, 2011, 10:44:41 pm
The board finally come up for me and I regged. I see that the rules include "Don't be a jackass." I considered backing out at that point but continued... 

Oddly enough, they have the SAME EXACT RULE at TC.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 06, 2011, 10:46:28 pm
My hunch is that it's only a matter of time before the "guidelines" are being enforced with infractions.

I'd LOVE to be wrong. In fact, I'd love it if they were reworded to be "suggestions" rather than "guidelines".

We'll see.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on June 06, 2011, 10:47:23 pm
My hunch is that it's only a matter of time before the "guidelines" are being enforced with infractions.

Hence TGRR's Dictum.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 06, 2011, 10:53:20 pm
I'm very curious if we will last and have the forum run the way we want it to.  Paganism isn't Gardner.  Not only that, but The Spiritual Crossroads is a pagan based interfaith forum.  The long term goal is to have people of all paths there sharing and learning in a respectful but real environment.

Whoa.  You're already at the "respectful" part.  I've seen THAT before.  Same with the interfaith..."All paths are welcome here".

And Gardiner was just one (1) example.  I can provide plenty of others.  In fact, ALL of the 20th century "Pagans" that wrote one or more books.  Every last one.

If I recall correctly, both Adler and Bonewitz rejected the existing Wiccan traditions for that reason, and created their own egalitarian sects. Adler was particularly staunchly against built-in hierarchies, and on demanding respect via perceived power rather than earning respect through actions.

Of course, I have also never ever ever once seen a Reclaiming witch on a forum.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on June 06, 2011, 10:56:01 pm
I'd just like to clarify something here:  I am not going to go "help my theory along".  Frankly, I have no interest in stepping on CPD's game.  I am merely making a prediction.

I will, in fact, not be going to the board, because I am not a Pagan as the word is generally used.  Since I have no interest in Paganism - outside of Discordia - and given that Pagans invariably shit on Discordians as the "poor relations", then if I am not there to troll, there really is no reason to go.

CPD aside, I really don't like Pagans.  In fact, I'd say that I dislike them to an extreme degree, based entirely on the Pagans I have met online and IRL.  The fact that I don't show up with a flamethrower and a silly grin can be attributed to CPD being the ONE exception to that dislike.

So, go ahead and give it a shot.  But I'll be here to tell you "I told you so" when you're infracting people for not being "respectful" enough.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on June 06, 2011, 10:57:01 pm
I'm very curious if we will last and have the forum run the way we want it to.  Paganism isn't Gardner.  Not only that, but The Spiritual Crossroads is a pagan based interfaith forum.  The long term goal is to have people of all paths there sharing and learning in a respectful but real environment.

Whoa.  You're already at the "respectful" part.  I've seen THAT before.  Same with the interfaith..."All paths are welcome here".

And Gardiner was just one (1) example.  I can provide plenty of others.  In fact, ALL of the 20th century "Pagans" that wrote one or more books.  Every last one.

If I recall correctly, both Adler and Bonewitz rejected the existing Wiccan traditions for that reason, and created their own egalitarian sects. Adler was particularly staunchly against built-in hierarchies, and on demanding respect via perceived power rather than earning respect through actions.

Of course, I have also never ever ever once seen a Reclaiming witch on a forum.

Point.  I've never met one, so I retract that statement and amend it to "Every Pagan I've ever had any experience with".
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Wyldkat on June 06, 2011, 10:57:50 pm
"Don't be a jackass" is part of the Spirit of the Forum.  It's not a rule, it is a guideline for the type of community we are striving for.  There are absolutely no plans to enforce them beyond reminding people about the Spirit of the Forum and ask people who are fighting to take it to the Fight Club.

I'm not against changing it to suggestions.  I'll discuss it with the others.  It might say suggestions in there as it is.  I know it did in one revision.

And please participate, anyone who wants to.  Participate as yourselves whatever that might entail.  We do ask that you keep the Spirit of the Forum in mind, mainly the attack posts not people and be respectful of different paths parts.  We are asking, not demanding.

Also is is not specifically a pagan forum.  It is a pagan based interfaith forum.  We're hoping to get people of all paths to come by and participate.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on June 06, 2011, 10:59:49 pm
Also is is not specifically a pagan forum.  It is a pagan based interfaith forum.  We're hoping to get people of all paths to come by and participate.

I'll pass, for the reasons I gave above.

I don't like Pagans (CPD aside), and just as I wouldn't go to a party full of people I hate (unless I was there to pee in the punch), I won't be going to a Pagan-based forum for any reason that doesn't involve mayhem.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Phox on June 06, 2011, 11:09:13 pm
I only ever join forums that I intend to start a fight on. Or there's a fight already in progress. I posit this as evidence.

Quote from: Doktor Phox's first post
Well, perhaps this was not the best thread to begin reading on this site. I came here to find fellow Discordians, and then I read (most) of this twelve page, youtube-esque flame war (with somehow less coherence). I'm home!  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Wyldkat on June 06, 2011, 11:15:41 pm
Also is is not specifically a pagan forum.  It is a pagan based interfaith forum.  We're hoping to get people of all paths to come by and participate.

I'll pass, for the reasons I gave above.

I don't like Pagans (CPD aside), and just as I wouldn't go to a party full of people I hate (unless I was there to pee in the punch), I won't be going to a Pagan-based forum for any reason that doesn't involve mayhem.

That's fine.  I was just clarifying the concept.  :)
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on June 07, 2011, 02:58:51 am
I'm trying to be all "it's cool, I'm just curious to see how it plays out" rather than getting caught up in the mod aspect of things.

However, if I go over to the dipshit side, I would hope y'all would find some hilariously horrible way to bring me to my senses. And/or burn the place down with me in it. :P
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on June 07, 2011, 03:00:29 am
I'd just like to suggest to Wyldkat that REAL respect is earned through being able to be as much of a jackass as is possible without getting personal.  If you don't have the freedom to shout and verbally abuse the void, then it's pretty much just glorified and sanctimonious ass kissing.  

A forum with a "No jackassery" policy is already going down the road of "No, YOU shut up!" with the ban button as an argument winner.  
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 07, 2011, 03:02:22 am
I'd just like to suggest to Wyldkat that REAL respect is earned through being able to be as much of a jackass as is possible without getting personal.  If you don't have the freedom to shout and verbally abuse the void, then it's pretty much just glorified and sanctimonious ass kissing.  

A forum with a "No jackassery" policy is already going down the road of "No, YOU shut up!" with the ban button as an argument winner.  

What she said.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on June 07, 2011, 03:33:12 am
The "R" word? I remember that from Mystic Pricks.  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on June 07, 2011, 03:57:56 am
If you need a respect rule to keep your constituency happy, get a new constituency.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on June 07, 2011, 04:33:40 am
This is going to be fun.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Wyldkat on June 07, 2011, 05:10:30 am
I'd just like to suggest to Wyldkat that REAL respect is earned through being able to be as much of a jackass as is possible without getting personal.  If you don't have the freedom to shout and verbally abuse the void, then it's pretty much just glorified and sanctimonious ass kissing.  

A forum with a "No jackassery" policy is already going down the road of "No, YOU shut up!" with the ban button as an argument winner.  

What she said.

I rather agree with the bolded part.

Ok then.  Here's the guideline (not a rule):

III. Do Not Be a Jackass
This means, but is not limited to:
A.  Editing your messages to considerably change the content after a message can be assumed to have been read.
B.  Trolling (posting material just to stir up trouble or start flame wars).
C.  Proselytizing for any religion, except in Convert Me!.
D.  Sharing intimate personal details in inappropriate threads; there is an Adult forum for a reason. Use of gratuitous offensive language.
E.  Causing drama simply for the sake of causing drama, be it between people or between boards.
F.  Using an offensive or inappropriate username, custom title, avatar, signature, etc.

How else can we phrase this to give people an idea for the type of atmosphere we are going for and not fall under the issues you all have with it?

Why is asking for respectful behavior in a guideline a problem?

I genuinely want to know what you all have to say about these questions.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on June 07, 2011, 05:21:08 am
You should make me a mod. :lulz:

I honestly think you'd make a good mod if it weren't for the fact that you have personal issues with WyldKat and I.  A mod team where one member despises another one and is disgusted by a third is going to end up fighting and take that out on the members.

It's not like the mod team has to love one another, but they have to get along.

Also it's a small forum, we don't really need more than 3 mods yet.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on June 07, 2011, 05:25:58 am
I'd just like to clarify something here:  I am not going to go "help my theory along".  Frankly, I have no interest in stepping on CPD's game.  I am merely making a prediction.

I will, in fact, not be going to the board, because I am not a Pagan as the word is generally used.  Since I have no interest in Paganism - outside of Discordia - and given that Pagans invariably shit on Discordians as the "poor relations", then if I am not there to troll, there really is no reason to go.

CPD aside, I really don't like Pagans.  In fact, I'd say that I dislike them to an extreme degree, based entirely on the Pagans I have met online and IRL.  The fact that I don't show up with a flamethrower and a silly grin can be attributed to CPD being the ONE exception to that dislike.

So, go ahead and give it a shot.  But I'll be here to tell you "I told you so" when you're infracting people for not being "respectful" enough.

I hope to prove you wrong.  However I don't expect you ever to concede, and I hope you will not.  You holding up your dictum, if i ever need reminding that taking a little more power, or pulling out the banstick just this one time is not a good idea, will help things to be further from totalitarian.

I'm not proclaiming that we wont fail, in fact, we probably will.  Most forums do.  But i hope we get a few, or several good eyars before that happens.  And I hope when that happens that I can get CPD and Wyldkat to jump ship with me, or simply to relax with me and start a new, better forum.

Also, Nigel, I'll be really happy to see you, being you, on the board.  I've seen you on Pagan boards and you are by far one of the more knowledgable and interesting people on the board.  My highest moments trolling were early NyteShaed on TCC when you backed up my play about Jesus and Mary getting it on.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on June 07, 2011, 05:32:32 am
I'd just like to clarify something here:  I am not going to go "help my theory along".  Frankly, I have no interest in stepping on CPD's game.  I am merely making a prediction.

I will, in fact, not be going to the board, because I am not a Pagan as the word is generally used.  Since I have no interest in Paganism - outside of Discordia - and given that Pagans invariably shit on Discordians as the "poor relations", then if I am not there to troll, there really is no reason to go.

CPD aside, I really don't like Pagans.  In fact, I'd say that I dislike them to an extreme degree, based entirely on the Pagans I have met online and IRL.  The fact that I don't show up with a flamethrower and a silly grin can be attributed to CPD being the ONE exception to that dislike.

So, go ahead and give it a shot.  But I'll be here to tell you "I told you so" when you're infracting people for not being "respectful" enough.

I hope to prove you wrong.  However I don't expect you ever to concede, and I hope you will not.  You holding up your dictum, if i ever need reminding that taking a little more power, or pulling out the banstick just this one time is not a good idea, will help things to be further from totalitarian.

I'm not proclaiming that we wont fail, in fact, we probably will.  Most forums do.  But i hope we get a few, or several good eyars before that happens.  And I hope when that happens that I can get CPD and Wyldkat to jump ship with me, or simply to relax with me and start a new, better forum.

Also, Nigel, I'll be really happy to see you, being you, on the board.  I've seen you on Pagan boards and you are by far one of the more knowledgable and interesting people on the board.  My highest moments trolling were early NyteShaed on TCC when you backed up my play about Jesus and Mary getting it on.

Don't worry. I have no problems with jumping ship or setting things on fire or simply walking away when the stupid outweighs the awesome.

If you need a respect rule to keep your constituency happy, get a new constituency.

I think if it this were a rational world, things wouldn't need to be spelled out. But one of the problems with most pagans, as you have noticed, is that they like structure and hierarchy. I'd personally like a super streamlined, simple approach but Wyldkat and Babs have a point in that some people need shit actually spelled out.

Most of the idiocy will be a self-correcting problem but for everything else, there's the reminder of our general intent and the actual rules.

Seeing whether this works out or blows up in our faces is the fun part.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 07, 2011, 05:47:50 am
I'd just like to clarify something here:  I am not going to go "help my theory along".  Frankly, I have no interest in stepping on CPD's game.  I am merely making a prediction.

I will, in fact, not be going to the board, because I am not a Pagan as the word is generally used.  Since I have no interest in Paganism - outside of Discordia - and given that Pagans invariably shit on Discordians as the "poor relations", then if I am not there to troll, there really is no reason to go.

CPD aside, I really don't like Pagans.  In fact, I'd say that I dislike them to an extreme degree, based entirely on the Pagans I have met online and IRL.  The fact that I don't show up with a flamethrower and a silly grin can be attributed to CPD being the ONE exception to that dislike.

So, go ahead and give it a shot.  But I'll be here to tell you "I told you so" when you're infracting people for not being "respectful" enough.

I hope to prove you wrong.  However I don't expect you ever to concede, and I hope you will not.  You holding up your dictum, if i ever need reminding that taking a little more power, or pulling out the banstick just this one time is not a good idea, will help things to be further from totalitarian.

I'm not proclaiming that we wont fail, in fact, we probably will.  Most forums do.  But i hope we get a few, or several good eyars before that happens.  And I hope when that happens that I can get CPD and Wyldkat to jump ship with me, or simply to relax with me and start a new, better forum.

Also, Nigel, I'll be really happy to see you, being you, on the board.  I've seen you on Pagan boards and you are by far one of the more knowledgable and interesting people on the board.  My highest moments trolling were early NyteShaed on TCC when you backed up my play about Jesus and Mary getting it on.

Don't worry. I have no problems with jumping ship or setting things on fire or simply walking away when the stupid outweighs the awesome.

If you need a respect rule to keep your constituency happy, get a new constituency.

I think if it this were a rational world, things wouldn't need to be spelled out. But one of the problems with most pagans, as you have noticed, is that they like structure and hierarchy. I'd personally like a super streamlined, simple approach but Wyldkat and Babs have a point in that some people need shit actually spelled out.

Most of the idiocy will be a self-correcting problem but for everything else, there's the reminder of our general intent and the actual rules.

Seeing whether this works out or blows up in our faces is the fun part.


Why not....try not spelling shit out?



Just a thought. I mean I did used to be one of those people, and I never had problem with a rules lite environment, just like a few others here.

You could just allowed shit to be. It's not like every other pagan forum has started that way with the same results.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on June 07, 2011, 06:03:47 am
I'd just like to suggest to Wyldkat that REAL respect is earned through being able to be as much of a jackass as is possible without getting personal.  If you don't have the freedom to shout and verbally abuse the void, then it's pretty much just glorified and sanctimonious ass kissing.  

A forum with a "No jackassery" policy is already going down the road of "No, YOU shut up!" with the ban button as an argument winner.  

What she said.

I rather agree with the bolded part.

Ok then.  Here's the guideline (not a rule):

III. Do Not Be a Jackass
This means, but is not limited to:
A.  Editing your messages to considerably change the content after a message can be assumed to have been read.
B.  Trolling (posting material just to stir up trouble or start flame wars).
C.  Proselytizing for any religion, except in Convert Me!.
D.  Sharing intimate personal details in inappropriate threads; there is an Adult forum for a reason. Use of gratuitous offensive language.
E.  Causing drama simply for the sake of causing drama, be it between people or between boards.
F.  Using an offensive or inappropriate username, custom title, avatar, signature, etc.


How else can we phrase this to give people an idea for the type of atmosphere we are going for and not fall under the issues you all have with it?

Why is asking for respectful behavior in a guideline a problem?

I genuinely want to know what you all have to say about these questions.

I fully agree with A, B and D are all right, but C and E-F is bullshit.  "You can say whatever you want, as long as it doesn't hurt anyone's feelings.  Oh my virgin ears/tender sensibilities!"

If you still don't get it, I give up and you're doomed to failure.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Wyldkat on June 07, 2011, 06:20:14 am
I'd just like to suggest to Wyldkat that REAL respect is earned through being able to be as much of a jackass as is possible without getting personal.  If you don't have the freedom to shout and verbally abuse the void, then it's pretty much just glorified and sanctimonious ass kissing.  

A forum with a "No jackassery" policy is already going down the road of "No, YOU shut up!" with the ban button as an argument winner.  

What she said.

I rather agree with the bolded part.

Ok then.  Here's the guideline (not a rule):

III. Do Not Be a Jackass
This means, but is not limited to:
A.  Editing your messages to considerably change the content after a message can be assumed to have been read.
B.  Trolling (posting material just to stir up trouble or start flame wars).
C.  Proselytizing for any religion, except in Convert Me!.
D.  Sharing intimate personal details in inappropriate threads; there is an Adult forum for a reason. Use of gratuitous offensive language.
E.  Causing drama simply for the sake of causing drama, be it between people or between boards.
F.  Using an offensive or inappropriate username, custom title, avatar, signature, etc.


How else can we phrase this to give people an idea for the type of atmosphere we are going for and not fall under the issues you all have with it?

Why is asking for respectful behavior in a guideline a problem?

I genuinely want to know what you all have to say about these questions.

I fully agree with A, B and D are all right, but C and E-F is bullshit.  "You can say whatever you want, as long as it doesn't hurt anyone's feelings.  Oh my virgin ears/tender sensibilities!"

If you still don't get it, I give up and you're doomed to failure.

I get it, but I'm not sure I agree 100%.  They are guidelines/suggestions to give people an idea of the feel of the forum.  Putting that in there helps express the feel we are looking for.  It's not a "virgin ears" issue, more of a you don't normally cuss like a sailor in church, a college class, a nice restaurant, etc... concept.

It's not like we're going to jump on people for cussing normally or even that we'd jump on someone for cussing a lot.  It's just the feel we are aiming for.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on June 07, 2011, 06:24:34 am
I'd just like to clarify something here:  I am not going to go "help my theory along".  Frankly, I have no interest in stepping on CPD's game.  I am merely making a prediction.

I will, in fact, not be going to the board, because I am not a Pagan as the word is generally used.  Since I have no interest in Paganism - outside of Discordia - and given that Pagans invariably shit on Discordians as the "poor relations", then if I am not there to troll, there really is no reason to go.

CPD aside, I really don't like Pagans.  In fact, I'd say that I dislike them to an extreme degree, based entirely on the Pagans I have met online and IRL.  The fact that I don't show up with a flamethrower and a silly grin can be attributed to CPD being the ONE exception to that dislike.

So, go ahead and give it a shot.  But I'll be here to tell you "I told you so" when you're infracting people for not being "respectful" enough.

I hope to prove you wrong.  However I don't expect you ever to concede, and I hope you will not.  You holding up your dictum, if i ever need reminding that taking a little more power, or pulling out the banstick just this one time is not a good idea, will help things to be further from totalitarian.

I'm not proclaiming that we wont fail, in fact, we probably will.  Most forums do.  But i hope we get a few, or several good eyars before that happens.  And I hope when that happens that I can get CPD and Wyldkat to jump ship with me, or simply to relax with me and start a new, better forum.

Also, Nigel, I'll be really happy to see you, being you, on the board.  I've seen you on Pagan boards and you are by far one of the more knowledgable and interesting people on the board.  My highest moments trolling were early NyteShaed on TCC when you backed up my play about Jesus and Mary getting it on.

Don't worry. I have no problems with jumping ship or setting things on fire or simply walking away when the stupid outweighs the awesome.

If you need a respect rule to keep your constituency happy, get a new constituency.

I think if it this were a rational world, things wouldn't need to be spelled out. But one of the problems with most pagans, as you have noticed, is that they like structure and hierarchy. I'd personally like a super streamlined, simple approach but Wyldkat and Babs have a point in that some people need shit actually spelled out.

Most of the idiocy will be a self-correcting problem but for everything else, there's the reminder of our general intent and the actual rules.

Seeing whether this works out or blows up in our faces is the fun part.


Why not....try not spelling shit out?



Just a thought. I mean I did used to be one of those people, and I never had problem with a rules lite environment, just like a few others here.

You could just allowed shit to be. It's not like every other pagan forum has started that way with the same results.

We're trying to find a balance between what the three of us can agree is appropriate. I think we'll get it all figured out in time.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Payne on June 07, 2011, 06:34:54 am
what the three of us can agree is appropriate. I think we'll get it all figured out in time.

This, here, is what PD is getting at, CPD.

It's not about what the mods find appropriate, especially on a board that is just starting up.

I'm currently working on setting up a forum for my housing co-op, so that we can all thrash out ideas and socialise outside of the formal meetings that we have every month. The one rule that I have for it just now (and only because the legal position hasn't yet been clarified) is to not post anything that could be in breach of the Data Protection Act here in the UK. Eventually, that rule will go too as I figure out exactly where we stand legally.

Everything else is up to the members as they see fit.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 07, 2011, 06:36:41 am
So...you got someone that is turned on by snuff porn, someone who claims to just never have had the intestinal fortitude to speak up and you running a board devoted to pagan religions.....

I mean I won't go out of my way to cause trouble, but I won't pull any of my punches.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on June 07, 2011, 06:42:23 am
I like C, mostly because some people really like that sort of thing.  Also, anyone that starts to put their thing out there as if it is better I am planning to taunt into convert me.  If you can't take attacks on your beliefs, stop saying they are right and someone else is wrong, basically.

I want the convert me section so that I have a space where that is expected, and I fully expect to take a rational beating now and then in there.

E is against the spirit of the forum.  Yeah, it's gonna happen,  it always does, we aren't going to stomp people's heads for it, we're just going to do our best to discourage it and foster a culture that discourages it.

F should include the word extremely.  We do not need to be giving people trouble for vegetables.  We just don't want people being the nigger killer, or god of jizz monkeys, it's an extension of keep it safe for work, not don't piss anyone off with your title or avatar.

Coyote,  I'm looking forward to some punching.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on June 07, 2011, 06:50:41 am
I'd just like to clarify something here:  I am not going to go "help my theory along".  Frankly, I have no interest in stepping on CPD's game.  I am merely making a prediction.

I will, in fact, not be going to the board, because I am not a Pagan as the word is generally used.  Since I have no interest in Paganism - outside of Discordia - and given that Pagans invariably shit on Discordians as the "poor relations", then if I am not there to troll, there really is no reason to go.

CPD aside, I really don't like Pagans.  In fact, I'd say that I dislike them to an extreme degree, based entirely on the Pagans I have met online and IRL.  The fact that I don't show up with a flamethrower and a silly grin can be attributed to CPD being the ONE exception to that dislike.

So, go ahead and give it a shot.  But I'll be here to tell you "I told you so" when you're infracting people for not being "respectful" enough.

I hope to prove you wrong.  However I don't expect you ever to concede, and I hope you will not.  You holding up your dictum, if i ever need reminding that taking a little more power, or pulling out the banstick just this one time is not a good idea, will help things to be further from totalitarian.

I'm not proclaiming that we wont fail, in fact, we probably will.  Most forums do.  But i hope we get a few, or several good eyars before that happens.  And I hope when that happens that I can get CPD and Wyldkat to jump ship with me, or simply to relax with me and start a new, better forum.

Also, Nigel, I'll be really happy to see you, being you, on the board.  I've seen you on Pagan boards and you are by far one of the more knowledgable and interesting people on the board.  My highest moments trolling were early NyteShaed on TCC when you backed up my play about Jesus and Mary getting it on.

Don't worry. I have no problems with jumping ship or setting things on fire or simply walking away when the stupid outweighs the awesome.

If you need a respect rule to keep your constituency happy, get a new constituency.

I think if it this were a rational world, things wouldn't need to be spelled out. But one of the problems with most pagans, as you have noticed, is that they like structure and hierarchy. I'd personally like a super streamlined, simple approach but Wyldkat and Babs have a point in that some people need shit actually spelled out.

Most of the idiocy will be a self-correcting problem but for everything else, there's the reminder of our general intent and the actual rules.

Seeing whether this works out or blows up in our faces is the fun part.


Why not....try not spelling shit out?



Just a thought. I mean I did used to be one of those people, and I never had problem with a rules lite environment, just like a few others here.

You could just allowed shit to be. It's not like every other pagan forum has started that way with the same results.

We're trying to find a balance between what the three of us can agree is appropriate. I think we'll get it all figured out in time.

Appropriate wording, sorry. I missed a word. I think as far as actual rules, we're doing okay. As far as the suggestions . . . I dunno. I don't plan on being too worried about it.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 07, 2011, 06:55:25 am
I'm having a moment of prescience and I see things going not the way you want. :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 07, 2011, 07:30:27 am
I'd just like to clarify something here:  I am not going to go "help my theory along".  Frankly, I have no interest in stepping on CPD's game.  I am merely making a prediction.

I will, in fact, not be going to the board, because I am not a Pagan as the word is generally used.  Since I have no interest in Paganism - outside of Discordia - and given that Pagans invariably shit on Discordians as the "poor relations", then if I am not there to troll, there really is no reason to go.

CPD aside, I really don't like Pagans.  In fact, I'd say that I dislike them to an extreme degree, based entirely on the Pagans I have met online and IRL.  The fact that I don't show up with a flamethrower and a silly grin can be attributed to CPD being the ONE exception to that dislike.

So, go ahead and give it a shot.  But I'll be here to tell you "I told you so" when you're infracting people for not being "respectful" enough.

I hope to prove you wrong.  However I don't expect you ever to concede, and I hope you will not.  You holding up your dictum, if i ever need reminding that taking a little more power, or pulling out the banstick just this one time is not a good idea, will help things to be further from totalitarian.

I'm not proclaiming that we wont fail, in fact, we probably will.  Most forums do.  But i hope we get a few, or several good eyars before that happens.  And I hope when that happens that I can get CPD and Wyldkat to jump ship with me, or simply to relax with me and start a new, better forum.

Also, Nigel, I'll be really happy to see you, being you, on the board.  I've seen you on Pagan boards and you are by far one of the more knowledgable and interesting people on the board.  My highest moments trolling were early NyteShaed on TCC when you backed up my play about Jesus and Mary getting it on.

You were right, and I was happy to prove it. Everyone shut the fuck up when I provided citations about the incestuous nature of early British Isles deity myths.

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 07, 2011, 07:33:12 am
Frankly, 99.7% of all people cannot handle the responsibility of running a forum without turning into a control freak, and the odds double if it's a Pagan forum, so I'm going to remain skeptical until I see it not happening.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on June 07, 2011, 08:50:21 am
Yeah, I didn't really get my point across either, and I'm not sure how to better, so bleh.  I'm pulling for CPD, cuz she's cool, but I don't care either way. 

Is not my headache.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Luna on June 07, 2011, 10:38:23 am
Guys...  I'm gonna give it one try...

You are trying to decide how people you haven't met yet are going to interact with each other, and deciding how to enforce that.  And you're asking HERE for input?

Seriously...  I wasn't around when the current culture of this forum was formed, but I can lay pretty good odds on this...  It is what it is because The Mgt and the mods sat back and let it BE what it is.  Rules?  (Call them "guidelines," call them "standards," nobody is fooled.)  Put in what you need to cover your ass legally, and let it be.

People can be pretty damned amazing when you give them the freedom to be.

Can they occasionally be horrible bastards, too?  Sure...  but sometimes you need a horrible bastard to butt your head against to make you think, really THINK about what you believe.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: LMNO on June 07, 2011, 01:36:22 pm
Ok then.  Here's the guideline (not a rule):

III. Do Not Be a Jackass
This means, but is not limited to:
A.  Editing your messages to considerably change the content after a message can be assumed to have been read.
B.  Trolling (posting material just to stir up trouble or start flame wars).
C.  Proselytizing for any religion, except in Convert Me!.
D.  Sharing intimate personal details in inappropriate threads; there is an Adult forum for a reason. Use of gratuitous offensive language.
E.  Causing drama simply for the sake of causing drama, be it between people or between boards.
F.  Using an offensive or inappropriate username, custom title, avatar, signature, etc.

How else can we phrase this to give people an idea for the type of atmosphere we are going for and not fall under the issues you all have with it?

Why is asking for respectful behavior in a guideline a problem?

I genuinely want to know what you all have to say about these questions.

Here's what I see: "A" is the only purely objective guideline.  B-F are subjective, which means that they eventually require an Authority to make an opinioned decision whether or not there is a violation.

For example:

"B" - The stuff GIGGLES posts here could easily be seen as a trolling run.  But it's not.  That is, PD doesn't treat it as such.  I don't think GIGGLES would be welcome at your board.
"C" - Any debate regarding religion, traditions, or magick can be considered proselytizing, because if you're going to defend a position, you're also going to advocate for it.  All proselytizing is, is saying "I'm right, you're wrong" -- which is what most online debates end up being.  End result: No debating allowed.
"D" - The words "intimate", "inappropriate", and "offensive" should immediately send up red flags.  They are arbitrary and purely subjective.
"E" - Someone simply posting their Very Bad Day, or getting upset at something posted on the boards could be considered Drama for Drama's Sake.  You just have to look at some of the flare-ups here to see how easy it is to misinterpret a post as DramaWhoring.
"F" - Again, "offensive" and "inappropriate" are subject to the whims of the reader.

So, if you want these rules/suggestions/guidelines/whatever to actually have content, you need to break them down into specific objective behaviors that trigger a reaction.  Which is one reason why the PD rules seem to work well: They are based around identifiable actions that are not necessarily tied to the bias of the mods.  On the other hand, the mods are allowed to decide that a particular trigger was meant in a pranking or humorous way (Cram's SAFE FOR WORK - PROCEED WITHOUT CAUTION thread was technically spamming, but it was funny as fuck).

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Slyph on June 07, 2011, 01:42:44 pm
In, not even pagan. Fuck it, it's a new board,  :kingmeh:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on June 07, 2011, 02:46:28 pm
"No proselytizing."

What the hell is wrong with proselytizing?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: LMNO on June 07, 2011, 02:51:10 pm
"No proselytizing."

What the hell is wrong with proselytizing?

SILENCE!
    \
 :hashishim:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Pope Pixie Pickle on June 07, 2011, 02:58:21 pm
me and my now working local anesthetic think its all gonna end in tears.  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cainad (dec.) on June 07, 2011, 03:02:50 pm
"No proselytizing."

What the hell is wrong with proselytizing?

It's a $5 word that Pagan forums love to use.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 07, 2011, 04:25:42 pm
Frankly, I'd stick with the rules and get rid of the guidelines, if it was me.

Then start a thread called "Tips for n00bs" or something, that everyone can post in giving their opinion on dos and don'ts that will make new posters more socially accepted.

Because the trouble is going to come in when mods start warning/infracting people for straying out of the guidelines. In fact, the trouble comes long before that, by having "official" guidelines that other posters can point at and BAWWWW.

So, my suggestion? Have one set of rules, and have suggestions in an open thread that any user can add their two cents to, but have nothing in between.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 07, 2011, 04:27:14 pm
Oh, and the ONLY mention of "respect" should be a suggestion that says something like "if you want to be treated with respect, behave in a way that causes people to respect you".
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Pope Pixie Pickle on June 07, 2011, 04:29:24 pm
I am pretty much in agreement with nigel.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cain on June 07, 2011, 05:52:13 pm
Simple rulesets based on observable actions (ie not "intent" or subjective value judgements) are the only way to effectively manage complex systems.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Complex_adaptive_system should give you an overview of what I mean.

Complex rulesets cannot effectively manage such dynamic systems.  Just look at TCC.  You end up having to effectively micro-manage user interactions while screening for unverifiable factors.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 07, 2011, 06:59:15 pm
Simple rulesets based on observable actions (ie not "intent" or subjective value judgements) are the only way to effectively manage complex systems.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Complex_adaptive_system should give you an overview of what I mean.

Complex rulesets cannot effectively manage such dynamic systems.  Just look at TCC.  You end up having to effectively micro-manage user interactions while screening for unverifiable factors.

I don't know why you have to go bringing "facts" and "reality" into things all the time.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cain on June 07, 2011, 07:00:24 pm
I'm old-fashioned like that.

I also believe in seven course meals and putting the heads of my enemies on pikes.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 07, 2011, 07:02:48 pm
I'm old-fashioned like that.

I also believe in seven course meals and putting the heads of my enemies on pikes.

 :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cain on June 07, 2011, 07:08:25 pm
Traditional values are so lacking in modern society. 
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Luna on June 07, 2011, 08:10:01 pm
I'm old-fashioned like that.

I also believe in seven course meals and putting the heads of my enemies on pikes.

I can appreciate a man with traditional values.

Last time we had a seven course meal, there were people packing up and leaving after the second remove.  Disgraceful, I tell you.

(And I wept when Simple Fare cut back from seven to five removes.)
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Chairman Risus on June 07, 2011, 08:13:25 pm
You should make me a mod. :lulz:

I honestly think you'd make a good mod if it weren't for the fact that you have personal issues with WyldKat and I.  A mod team where one member despises another one and is disgusted by a third is going to end up fighting and take that out on the members.

It's not like the mod team has to love one another, but they have to get along.

Also it's a small forum, we don't really need more than 3 mods yet.

OR your personal issues will ensure that you all balance each other out. Then you make me the "wildcard" mod to make things interesting.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 07, 2011, 08:19:40 pm
You should make me a mod. :lulz:

I honestly think you'd make a good mod if it weren't for the fact that you have personal issues with WyldKat and I.  A mod team where one member despises another one and is disgusted by a third is going to end up fighting and take that out on the members.

It's not like the mod team has to love one another, but they have to get along.

Also it's a small forum, we don't really need more than 3 mods yet.

OR your personal issues will ensure that you all balance each other out. Then you make me the "wildcard" mod to make things interesting.

I'd like to point out that at one time or another, almost the entire mod team here has had "personal issues" with each other.

A unified mod team is like a government in which no one disagrees. It's basically a dictatorship.

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Wyldkat on June 07, 2011, 10:52:36 pm
I think I've figured out where the glitch is.  You guys are talking about the Spirit of the Forum like it is something that people are going to get bans of some type or another for.  That's not what it's there for or the point of it at all.  The idea of it is to give a general outline for new members to get a feel for the type of conduct we're hoping to have on the boards.

We cleaned it up some last night and reposted it.  I think we're going to see how things go from here and adjust as necessary.

I really appreciate all the suggestions and discussion.  PD is PD, TCC is TCC and TSC are still figuring out what they are going to be.  :)
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on June 07, 2011, 11:14:45 pm
Conduct, eh? And what if people do not conduct themselves in a manner you feel is appropriate or right or whatever? That's a word to watch for.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 07, 2011, 11:28:55 pm
Conduct, eh? And what if people do not conduct themselves in a manner you feel is appropriate or right or whatever? That's a word to watch for.

That's what I'm wondering. Telling people you hope they will act in a certain way is one thing. Giving them behavioral guidelines, however, is another, as it implies that you will warn or infract them if you don't like the way things are going.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 07, 2011, 11:30:47 pm
I think I've figured out where the glitch is.  You guys are talking about the Spirit of the Forum like it is something that people are going to get bans of some type or another for.  That's not what it's there for or the point of it at all.  The idea of it is to give a general outline for new members to get a feel for the type of conduct we're hoping to have on the boards.

We cleaned it up some last night and reposted it.  I think we're going to see how things go from here and adjust as necessary.

I really appreciate all the suggestions and discussion.  PD is PD, TCC is TCC and TSC are still figuring out what they are going to be.  :)

Becuase it's not like anyone will cry butthurt and use the guidelines to point the finger at someone.

Are you prepared to tell someone to suck it up when they come crying to you because someone else 'broke' the guidelines?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 07, 2011, 11:32:03 pm
I think I've figured out where the glitch is.  You guys are talking about the Spirit of the Forum like it is something that people are going to get bans of some type or another for.  That's not what it's there for or the point of it at all.  The idea of it is to give a general outline for new members to get a feel for the type of conduct we're hoping to have on the boards.

We cleaned it up some last night and reposted it.  I think we're going to see how things go from here and adjust as necessary.

I really appreciate all the suggestions and discussion.  PD is PD, TCC is TCC and TSC are still figuring out what they are going to be.  :)

Becuase it's not like anyone will cry butthurt and use the guidelines to point the finger at someone.

Are you prepared to tell someone to suck it up when they come crying to you because someone else 'broke' the guidelines?

That's exactly what's going to happen, and that's what the suggestions I gave are meant to avoid.

But hey, it's your bed!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Wyldkat on June 07, 2011, 11:34:43 pm
Conduct, eh? And what if people do not conduct themselves in a manner you feel is appropriate or right or whatever? That's a word to watch for.

Honestly I was having a brain glitch and couldn't come up with a better word.

People will either not want to deal with them or will get upset with them or both and the community will work as a group to create the type of place they want to be in.  If things get REALLY against the Spirit of the Forum a mod will jump in and mention it.  If people are attacking other people it will be suggested they take it to the fight area.  If people are trying to shove their path violently down people throats they'll be pointed to "convert me".  

The spelling things out is because a lot of people do better with that.  The ones who don't probably won't read it anyway.


Becuase it's not like anyone will cry butthurt and use the guidelines to point the finger at someone.

Are you prepared to tell someone to suck it up when they come crying to you because someone else 'broke' the guidelines?

I'll actually point them to the part that says they ought to deal with the person themselves (like an adult...) first.  If they still have a problem I'll discuss growing a thicker skin and possibly have a PM conversation with the two of them.

Any they are now suggestions, not guidelines, btw.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 08, 2011, 12:33:16 am
I think making them suggestions will help head off a lot of problems, because as you've seen, most people read the word "guidelines" as synonymous with "rules".

Also, forums that come off as uptight with a bunch of rules and behavior guidelines are absolute troll magnets. FYI. Forums that seem super laid-back with very hands-off mods and membership that deals with problems by either playing with or ignoring them aren't very interesting to trolls.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Dysfunctional Cunt on June 08, 2011, 12:44:58 am
Personally I've always felt it's always best to keep every "rule" very simple.

1. No porn
2. No spam
3. No plagarism

Then follow with a little advice of. Respect is earned not freely given. Expect to be treated as you treat others. You have a problem deal with it. If you can't solve it yourself then and only then ask management to intervene.


Otherwise this is the internet and we're all grownups. Share the playground.


Just my 2 cents.

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Wyldkat on June 08, 2011, 12:47:13 am
I think making them suggestions will help head off a lot of problems, because as you've seen, most people read the word "guidelines" as synonymous with "rules".

Also, forums that come off as uptight with a bunch of rules and behavior guidelines are absolute troll magnets. FYI. Forums that seem super laid-back with very hands-off mods and membership that deals with problems by either playing with or ignoring them aren't very interesting to trolls.

That's what we're trying for.  There are only two rules.  The Spirit of the Forum is meant to be a snapshot of what we are hoping for, not something to beat people over the head with.  All the discussion here helped us get that clarified a bit because obviously how we were seeing it wasn't how other people did.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 08, 2011, 12:49:47 am
Has anyone started a pool on how long before Babylon turns Captain Utopia on us yet?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on June 08, 2011, 12:55:04 am
I'll bet a WOMP five weeks.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 08, 2011, 12:58:37 am
That long?

I can't seem to make my avatar work over there.  :evilmad:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on June 08, 2011, 01:02:51 am
Nah, if I start to develop paranoid ideas that Roger is persecuting me I'll be amused and flattered, rather than pissed off.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on June 08, 2011, 01:05:55 am
Nah, if I start to develop paranoid ideas that Roger is persecuting me I'll be amused and flattered, rather than pissed off.

You laugh NOW.  Just wait til I'm peeking in your fucking windows and reading your mail.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Wyldkat on June 08, 2011, 01:24:11 am
That long?

I can't seem to make my avatar work over there.  :evilmad:

Is it giving you any reason or is it just not loading?  No one else had had problems yet and we have a bunch of people with avatars. 
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on June 08, 2011, 01:28:18 am
"No proselytizing."

What the hell is wrong with proselytizing?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 08, 2011, 01:38:56 am
That long?

I can't seem to make my avatar work over there.  :evilmad:

Is it giving you any reason or is it just not loading?  No one else had had problems yet and we have a bunch of people with avatars. 

It just doesn't load. I tried uploading one and linking to one.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on June 08, 2011, 01:42:10 am
"No proselytizing."

What the hell is wrong with proselytizing?

There's a section of the board for it.  You know how pagans are though, not fond of having their beliefs challenged.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 08, 2011, 01:43:42 am
"No proselytizing."

What the hell is wrong with proselytizing?

There's a section of the board for it.  You know how pagans are though, not fond of having their beliefs challenged.

They certainly are OK with challenging other people's beliefs, though.

Just not effectively, so when you argue back and it completely annihilates their position, they BAWWWW for a mod to put you in a corner.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on June 08, 2011, 01:56:15 am
"No proselytizing."

What the hell is wrong with proselytizing?

There's a section of the board for it.  You know how pagans are though, not fond of having their beliefs challenged.

Oh, a ghetto.

How nice.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 08, 2011, 01:57:21 am
"No proselytizing."

What the hell is wrong with proselytizing?

There's a section of the board for it.  You know how pagans are though, not fond of having their beliefs challenged.

Oh, a ghetto.

How nice.

Kinda my thoughts on the 'Fight Club' board too.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on June 08, 2011, 02:01:37 am
"No proselytizing."

What the hell is wrong with proselytizing?

There's a section of the board for it.  You know how pagans are though, not fond of having their beliefs challenged.

Oh, a ghetto.

How nice.

Kinda my thoughts on the 'Fight Club' board too.

They are both pretty intentionally designed as ghettos, I won't deny it.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 08, 2011, 02:03:55 am
"No proselytizing."

What the hell is wrong with proselytizing?

There's a section of the board for it.  You know how pagans are though, not fond of having their beliefs challenged.

Oh, a ghetto.

How nice.

Kinda my thoughts on the 'Fight Club' board too.

They are both pretty intentionally designed as ghettos, I won't deny it.

really? I had no idea. None what so ever.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on June 08, 2011, 02:16:47 am
"No proselytizing."

What the hell is wrong with proselytizing?

There's a section of the board for it.  You know how pagans are though, not fond of having their beliefs challenged.

Oh, a ghetto.

How nice.

Kinda my thoughts on the 'Fight Club' board too.

They are both pretty intentionally designed as ghettos, I won't deny it.

Yeah, thought so.  Done here.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 08, 2011, 03:04:24 am
"No proselytizing."

What the hell is wrong with proselytizing?

There's a section of the board for it.  You know how pagans are though, not fond of having their beliefs challenged.

Oh, a ghetto.

How nice.

Kinda my thoughts on the 'Fight Club' board too.

They are both pretty intentionally designed as ghettos, I won't deny it.

Like I said. A corner.

"No proselytizing."

What the hell is wrong with proselytizing?

There's a section of the board for it.  You know how pagans are though, not fond of having their beliefs challenged.

They certainly are OK with challenging other people's beliefs, though.

Just not effectively, so when you argue back and it completely annihilates their position, they BAWWWW for a mod to put you in a corner.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on June 08, 2011, 03:07:25 am
I know if someone comes to me complaining that his or her beliefs are being challenged I'm going to laugh, and then maybe tell them to invite their challenger to Convert Me for a proper ideological brawl.

Curiousity and Wyldkat may have a different approach.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 08, 2011, 03:21:18 am
Well, maybe you should rename Convert Me to something cool-sounding. Like "Reverend Goatbox's Bully Pulpit".
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on June 08, 2011, 03:23:49 am
Well, maybe you should rename Convert Me to something cool-sounding. Like "Reverend Goatbox's Bully Pulpit".

Or "Come down here where nobody will listen to you."

Or "See this big empty fucking area with 3 posts and no reads?  You.  Get inside."

Or "Unapproved Topics Go Here."
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 08, 2011, 03:27:53 am
Well, maybe you should rename Convert Me to something cool-sounding. Like "Reverend Goatbox's Bully Pulpit".

Or "Come down here where nobody will listen to you."

Or "See this big empty fucking area with 3 posts and no reads?  You.  Get inside."

Or "Unapproved Topics Go Here."

These are all excellent, accurate suggestions.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on June 08, 2011, 03:29:24 am
Well, maybe you should rename Convert Me to something cool-sounding. Like "Reverend Goatbox's Bully Pulpit".

Or "Come down here where nobody will listen to you."

Or "See this big empty fucking area with 3 posts and no reads?  You.  Get inside."

Or "Unapproved Topics Go Here."


These are all excellent, accurate suggestions.


Oh oh!  Mistah Kottah!

"GET YOUR MONKEY ASS IN HERE, INFIDEL!"
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Wyldkat on June 08, 2011, 08:33:42 am
We're still starting up, things will change as we figure things out.  The forums in question suffered through debate before they were put up, so we'll see what happens.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 08, 2011, 08:21:37 pm
Oh hey! It's a brand-new forum, yet they have post-count-restricted subforae. With no content, that NO ONE can get into, because it's a brand new forum.  :lulz:

That isn't completely retarded at all.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on June 08, 2011, 11:28:22 pm
Oh hey! It's a brand-new forum, yet they have post-count-restricted subforae. With no content, that NO ONE can get into, because it's a brand new forum.  :lulz:

That isn't completely retarded at all.

Sounds like borderline spam time to me to see the cool shit, no?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 09, 2011, 12:00:32 am
Also there's already an elite userbase that already has access to the hidden forums, and specifically wanted to keep the raggedy n00bs out.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 09, 2011, 01:38:14 am
Also there's already an elite userbase that already has access to the hidden forums, and specifically wanted to keep the raggedy n00bs out.

REALLY? :lulz:

OFUK

HEY TC MODS!!! I AM GOING TO BE DOING THINGS THAT BREAK THE SPIRIT OF THE FORUM!!!!!

Idiots.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Jenne on June 09, 2011, 03:18:08 am
I reg'd.  :D
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 09, 2011, 03:22:47 am
Also there's already an elite userbase that already has access to the hidden forums, and specifically wanted to keep the raggedy n00bs out.

REALLY? :lulz:

OFUK

HEY TC MODS!!! I AM GOING TO BE DOING THINGS THAT BREAK THE SPIRIT OF THE FORUM!!!!!

Idiots.

In all fairness, after I started raising hell things were explained to my satisfaction, and it seems to be a case of simple bungling. I explained why transparency is important, we'll see if it sticks.

I think it's a cool experiment, to try to make a Pagan board that lacks the rigidity and totalitarian hierarchy they're prone to, and I would enjoy seeing it succeed, if for no other reason than that it will suck the life out of every other Pagan board out there.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cainad (dec.) on June 09, 2011, 03:49:12 am
Despite all the ferocity with which we've torn up pagan forums in the past (I use "we" lightly... I barely stuck my nose in at TCC, in all honesty), I too would like to see this succeed. A pagan forum with careful attention paid to NOT being a haven of small-time power-trippers and toadying sycophants would be a step in the right direction for the internet.

If I had to put my worthless 2 cents in to the founders of this new experiment, I'd say this: resist the urge to keep "building" it. It's easy, at the start of a new project, to go loopy with ideas about "we need to have THIS, and THAT, and some of THOSE", but in all honesty the absolute healthiest thing you could do is to do as little as humanly possible.

Think of it like baking: if you keep opening the oven to check on it or fuss with it, it's gonna come out all fucked up. And then trolls will storm your kitchen and poop in your fridge.

...I may have pushed the analogy too far there, but you see what I mean.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 09, 2011, 04:09:49 am
Despite all the ferocity with which we've torn up pagan forums in the past (I use "we" lightly... I barely stuck my nose in at TCC, in all honesty), I too would like to see this succeed. A pagan forum with careful attention paid to NOT being a haven of small-time power-trippers and toadying sycophants would be a step in the right direction for the internet.

If I had to put my worthless 2 cents in to the founders of this new experiment, I'd say this: resist the urge to keep "building" it. It's easy, at the start of a new project, to go loopy with ideas about "we need to have THIS, and THAT, and some of THOSE", but in all honesty the absolute healthiest thing you could do is to do as little as humanly possible.

Think of it like baking: if you keep opening the oven to check on it or fuss with it, it's gonna come out all fucked up. And then trolls will storm your kitchen and poop in your fridge.

...I may have pushed the analogy too far there, but you see what I mean.

Oh, damn! Is that why  that keeps happening?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on June 09, 2011, 05:31:05 am
Despite all the ferocity with which we've torn up pagan forums in the past (I use "we" lightly... I barely stuck my nose in at TCC, in all honesty), I too would like to see this succeed. A pagan forum with careful attention paid to NOT being a haven of small-time power-trippers and toadying sycophants would be a step in the right direction for the internet.

If I had to put my worthless 2 cents in to the founders of this new experiment, I'd say this: resist the urge to keep "building" it. It's easy, at the start of a new project, to go loopy with ideas about "we need to have THIS, and THAT, and some of THOSE", but in all honesty the absolute healthiest thing you could do is to do as little as humanly possible.

Think of it like baking: if you keep opening the oven to check on it or fuss with it, it's gonna come out all fucked up. And then trolls will storm your kitchen and poop in your fridge.

...I may have pushed the analogy too far there, but you see what I mean.

This is awesome. It explains what happens when I try to cook and the internet. Thanks Cainad. :D
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on June 09, 2011, 06:16:41 am
 :lulz:  You guys GET the trolls?  Shit I AM the trolls.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 09, 2011, 06:31:38 am
:lulz:  You guys GET the trolls?  Shit I AM the trolls.

STOP POOPING IN MY FRIDGE!  :argh!:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Wyldkat on June 09, 2011, 08:08:01 am
{laughing}  Troll poop in the fridge...  EWWW!

We plan to only mess around with things if it seems necessary.  We really want this to be for the members.

PLEASE come and troll the unholy shit out of us if we start to get our heads up our asses and start teaching marching drills.  I'm really not kidding, ok, possibly a little but letting us know in no uncertain terms would be wonderful.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 09, 2011, 03:59:33 pm
{laughing}  Troll poop in the fridge...  EWWW!

We plan to only mess around with things if it seems necessary.  We really want this to be for the members.

PLEASE come and troll the unholy shit out of us if we start to get our heads up our asses and start teaching marching drills.  I'm really not kidding, ok, possibly a little but letting us know in no uncertain terms would be wonderful.

Frankly, I'm already "trolling" you about as hard as I trolled TCC. The difference is that you're not responding by suppressing criticism or trying to control me.

If you keep it that way, you're basically troll-proof.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Wyldkat on June 09, 2011, 11:38:11 pm
{laughing}  Troll poop in the fridge...  EWWW!

We plan to only mess around with things if it seems necessary.  We really want this to be for the members.

PLEASE come and troll the unholy shit out of us if we start to get our heads up our asses and start teaching marching drills.  I'm really not kidding, ok, possibly a little but letting us know in no uncertain terms would be wonderful.

Frankly, I'm already "trolling" you about as hard as I trolled TCC. The difference is that you're not responding by suppressing criticism or trying to control me.

If you keep it that way, you're basically troll-proof.

Good.  I truly hope we do keep it that way.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: LMNO on June 10, 2011, 12:07:13 am
Any room on your site for a Quantum Tantrist?

:asshat:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on June 10, 2011, 12:14:43 am
Any room on your site for a Quantum Tantrist?

:asshat:

*laugh*  if you wanna, can't promise to take you seriously though.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on June 15, 2011, 09:43:00 pm
Stealing mittens

 :mittens:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on June 15, 2011, 09:45:15 pm
Stealing mittens

 :mittens:

S'ok.  We stole them from the old FC forum.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on June 15, 2011, 09:54:35 pm
Stealing mittens

 :mittens:

S'ok.  We stole them from the old FC forum.

Yep, Cain said so.  I like them as a way of showing appreciation for a post.

Unlike the smileys on the top bar I can't just save the gif directly so I needed them in a post and didn't want to bother looking for one they were already in.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on June 15, 2011, 09:59:14 pm
Speaking of mittens, this thread deserves them.

http://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php?topic=149.0 (http://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php?topic=149.0)

Thank you profusely Sister Fracture, the mythology you are weaving is dark and dystopian, but also beautiful.

I'll say the same over there at some point, but I know not all the PDers give a shit about my lil pagan forum and I figured I'd leave a pointer for one thread they might want to see.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on June 15, 2011, 10:03:29 pm
Speaking of mittens, this thread deserves them.

http://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php?topic=149.0 (http://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php?topic=149.0)

Thank you profusely Sister Fracture, the mythology you are weaving is dark and dystopian, but also beautiful.

I'll say the same over there at some point, but I know not all the PDers give a shit about my lil pagan forum and I figured I'd leave a pointer for one thread they might want to see.

Mythology?   :?

That's cold, hard fact, that is.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Pope Pixie Pickle on June 15, 2011, 10:13:10 pm
i'm still waiting for my account to be approved.

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on June 15, 2011, 10:16:57 pm
 :D  Thanks, BH.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on June 15, 2011, 10:18:12 pm
i'm still waiting for my account to be approved.



You're approved.

Whoever approved you must not picked the option that sends an e-mail.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on June 15, 2011, 11:33:58 pm
That was me. And I thought I had. But I didn't get to it until 2pm and wasn't quite awake yet. Sorry, Pixie.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on June 15, 2011, 11:38:46 pm
I just approved another member. If she would be so good as to tell me if she got the e-mail, I'd appreciate it. That way I will know for sure if it was me fucking up or if it's something wrong with the system.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Luna on June 15, 2011, 11:39:54 pm
I just approved another member. If she would be so good as to tell me if she got the e-mail, I'd appreciate it. That way I will know for sure if it was me fucking up or if it's something wrong with the system.

E-mail received, I'm in.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on June 16, 2011, 05:00:48 am
I just approved another member. If she would be so good as to tell me if she got the e-mail, I'd appreciate it. That way I will know for sure if it was me fucking up or if it's something wrong with the system.

E-mail received, I'm in.

Thanks Luna. :)
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Triple Zero on June 16, 2011, 08:12:56 pm
If you want to word it in a way that is useful, try "Do not post content that is in violation of US law, such as child porn, illegal file sharing links, and threats of harm toward any person."

Read the rules here to see what useful wording looks like.

I believe the PD rules also sort of amend it like

"Do not post content that is in violation of US law, such as child porn, illegal file sharing links, and threats of harm toward any person, or any content that can get the owners of the site in legal trouble."

Just to cover all bases.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on June 18, 2011, 07:21:23 pm
If you want to word it in a way that is useful, try "Do not post content that is in violation of US law, such as child porn, illegal file sharing links, and threats of harm toward any person."

Read the rules here to see what useful wording looks like.

I believe the PD rules also sort of amend it like

"Do not post content that is in violation of US law, such as child porn, illegal file sharing links, and threats of harm toward any person, or any content that can get the owners of the site in legal trouble."

Just to cover all bases.

How is that working out for you?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Golden Applesauce on June 19, 2011, 03:32:33 pm
Well, we're the second google hit if you search for "Bookchan", but other than that, seems fine.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 26, 2011, 02:28:04 am
Wow, Lena must think she's sushi, 'cause she's on a cuntroll.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cainad (dec.) on June 26, 2011, 02:43:24 am
Wow, Lena must think she's sushi, 'cause she's on a cuntroll.

:spit:

stealing that phrase
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on June 26, 2011, 05:52:27 am
Wow, Lena must think she's sushi, 'cause she's on a cuntroll.

Every day is a new reason why you rock. Maybe you should show that bitch your tomahawk.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 26, 2011, 07:07:27 am
Wow, Lena must think she's sushi, 'cause she's on a cuntroll.

Every day is a new reason why you rock. Maybe you should show that bitch your tomahawk.

She couldn't see it even if it cut her nose off. Bitches can't see the Dark Empress' Tomahawks.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 26, 2011, 03:28:14 pm
 :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on June 26, 2011, 05:56:00 pm
Wow, Lena must think she's sushi, 'cause she's on a cuntroll.

Every day is a new reason why you rock. Maybe you should show that bitch your tomahawk.

She couldn't see it even if it cut her nose off. Bitches can't see the Dark Empress' Tomahawks.

Bitches will see soon enough! The Dark Empress, she don't bluff.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 26, 2011, 05:57:02 pm
Wow, Lena must think she's sushi, 'cause she's on a cuntroll.

Every day is a new reason why you rock. Maybe you should show that bitch your tomahawk.

She couldn't see it even if it cut her nose off. Bitches can't see the Dark Empress' Tomahawks.

Bitches will see soon enough! The Dark Empress, she don't bluff.

You don't seem to understand about tomahawks. You are unaware of what it means to wield one. Bitches won't ever seem them.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 26, 2011, 05:59:02 pm
I am unaware of any bladed weapons that may or may not be possessed by Dark Empress Nigel.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 26, 2011, 07:29:03 pm
 :lulz: Fread makes my day.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Dysnomia on June 27, 2011, 07:26:20 am
if this new board is a success, perhaps I'll stop by and check it out. 
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 27, 2011, 07:45:55 am
if this new board is a success, perhaps I'll stop by and check it out. 

For a given value of "success" :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 28, 2011, 12:32:09 am
Fuck that place. Wyldkat's in full board nanny mode, trying to control what people are talking about by bitching in every thread when something she doesn't approve of comes up.

Let it be a wasteland of Snake-Man and Lena posting their mentally retarded bullshit if that's what she wants. I deleted it from my bookmarks and I won't be back except to troll.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 28, 2011, 03:18:46 am
Fuck that place. Wyldkat's in full board nanny mode, trying to control what people are talking about by bitching in every thread when something she doesn't approve of comes up.

Let it be a wasteland of Snake-Man and Lena posting their mentally retarded bullshit if that's what she wants. I deleted it from my bookmarks and I won't be back except to troll.

I am taking a different approach.  I have explained that I will not be changing my behavior toward a pack of pedo-coddling shitbags.

It's in the admins' hands now.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Juana on June 28, 2011, 04:02:52 am
There's seriously nothing going on there (sorry, CPD). I intend to see if Lena tries to make it a flame war and then stomp on her, but that's it.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Precious Moments Zalgo on June 28, 2011, 05:02:51 am
Fuck that place. Wyldkat's in full board nanny mode, trying to control what people are talking about by bitching in every thread when something she doesn't approve of comes up.

Let it be a wasteland of Snake-Man and Lena posting their mentally retarded bullshit if that's what she wants. I deleted it from my bookmarks and I won't be back except to troll.
Dammit.  I read this whole thread for the first time tonight, hoping they had done it, hoping they had created an exception to TGGR's dictum, but got disappointeder and disappointeder as I read the through the thread.

So disappointed, in fact, that I started my own pagan forum here, The Misty Moor (http://www.pfulkestic.us/forum/), with the express intention of creating a pagan forum that breaks TGGR's dictum.  Horrible truth is welcome here.  Sought, even.

Only one post so far.  I wrote it and it's the forum rules.  I stole some stuff from this thread to make it.  I'm not sure what is the best way to go about attracting pagans who are chafing under the rules of their current forums, but it's here.

If you want it and the forum software is giving you grief, let me know.  I just installed it tonight and it has whatever the default settings are.  I'll eventually make a pagany-type skin for it with earth colors and pentacles and shapely female silhouettes lit by oversize full moons and that sort of thing.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on June 28, 2011, 05:23:04 am
I haven't been posting there much - working weird hours. But I have two days off and I'm going to see if I can't come up with something interesting. As for Wyldkat's bitching . . . she's got her right to say what she wants same as you do, Nigel. She hasn't done anything with her mod powers, that I have seen. Just given her point of view.

She's got a cycle of shitting on shit until she can't and then spewing it all and sitting on it until it builds up again. Coming off the Kool-aid is a slow process, sometimes.

TSC ain't even been up a month yet, y'all.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Telarus on June 28, 2011, 05:25:53 am
I cast a sex spell in the NSFW forum. Imma fucking with your neuro-endocrine system from thousands of miles away!!!!!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Wyldkat on June 28, 2011, 08:08:18 am
As for Wyldkat's bitching . . . she's got her right to say what she wants same as you do, Nigel. She hasn't done anything with her mod powers, that I have seen. Just given her point of view.

This.

Read my response in BMO's intro.  Never mind.  I'll save you the effort.  Read it here:

Quote
Everyone here is allowed to voice their own opinions so I am doing so.  I am not modding.  There are no official admin posts in this thread that I have seen.

Others might think bringing TCC into every other thread is ok, I don't.  That isn't why I joined up with this forum.  I was looking for a pagan based forum where anyone could post opinions have some real debates based on critiquing arguments not people without worrying about getting in trouble/banned/modded for it.  There is some of that going on, but I really feel it is being over shadowed by all the TCC bullshit.  This isn't TCC.  This isn't PD.  There are members here from both sites and from other places.  I personally wish people would drop the angst just a touch and allow TSC to find its own voice.  If it's just going to be a site to trash TCC then the whole idea is lost and very honestly wasted in my eyes.

This place is what we want to make it, right?  So I am well within my rights to state that I think all this is out of hand and going totally against the Spirit of the Forum as a MEMBER of this forum.  If everyone else is allowed to put their opinions out there damned if I'm going to keep quiet about mine.

I might add that it's a bit hypocritical to knock me for sharing my opinions when you all put so much importance on making yours very well known.

At TCC I very often chose NOT to voice my opinions.  At TSC I'm going to.  I'm not going to sit back and get walked all over, allowing others to state whatever they want to state and be too afraid to say how I feel because it might piss people off.  It goes both ways folks.  You can say what you want, so can any of the other members including me.  Hopefully it will reach an equilibrium soonish. 

Even so at about a month we have more active and interesting pagan based threads with real actual thought in them than I have seen in a long time.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 28, 2011, 02:16:41 pm
I haven't been posting there much - working weird hours. But I have two days off and I'm going to see if I can't come up with something interesting. As for Wyldkat's bitching . . . she's got her right to say what she wants same as you do, Nigel. She hasn't done anything with her mod powers, that I have seen. Just given her point of view.

She's got a cycle of shitting on shit until she can't and then spewing it all and sitting on it until it builds up again. Coming off the Kool-aid is a slow process, sometimes.

TSC ain't even been up a month yet, y'all.

Yeah, she has every right, but I'll be fucked if I'm going to waste my time on a forum where one of the admins is a board nanny who runs around raining on every discussion that might get her criticized by her idols over at TCC. And since I have every right to fuck off, I will.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 28, 2011, 02:17:27 pm
As for Wyldkat's bitching . . . she's got her right to say what she wants same as you do, Nigel. She hasn't done anything with her mod powers, that I have seen. Just given her point of view.

This.

Read my response in BMO's intro.  Never mind.  I'll save you the effort.  Read it here:

Quote
Everyone here is allowed to voice their own opinions so I am doing so.  I am not modding.  There are no official admin posts in this thread that I have seen.

Others might think bringing TCC into every other thread is ok, I don't.  That isn't why I joined up with this forum.  I was looking for a pagan based forum where anyone could post opinions have some real debates based on critiquing arguments not people without worrying about getting in trouble/banned/modded for it.  There is some of that going on, but I really feel it is being over shadowed by all the TCC bullshit.  This isn't TCC.  This isn't PD.  There are members here from both sites and from other places.  I personally wish people would drop the angst just a touch and allow TSC to find its own voice.  If it's just going to be a site to trash TCC then the whole idea is lost and very honestly wasted in my eyes.

This place is what we want to make it, right?  So I am well within my rights to state that I think all this is out of hand and going totally against the Spirit of the Forum as a MEMBER of this forum.  If everyone else is allowed to put their opinions out there damned if I'm going to keep quiet about mine.

I might add that it's a bit hypocritical to knock me for sharing my opinions when you all put so much importance on making yours very well known.

At TCC I very often chose NOT to voice my opinions.  At TSC I'm going to.  I'm not going to sit back and get walked all over, allowing others to state whatever they want to state and be too afraid to say how I feel because it might piss people off.  It goes both ways folks.  You can say what you want, so can any of the other members including me.  Hopefully it will reach an equilibrium soonish. 

Even so at about a month we have more active and interesting pagan based threads with real actual thought in them than I have seen in a long time.

Have fun with that.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 28, 2011, 02:20:02 pm
All I know is that I occasionally get to poop on jackasses from TCC.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 28, 2011, 02:30:50 pm
All I know is that I occasionally get to poop on jackasses from TCC.

No, but Roger, we're supposed to start fresh as if nothing ever happened, and keep any references to past experiences in their Approved Zones™.

(Or we might make Wyldkat cry, because the forum is like one of her children.)
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 28, 2011, 02:32:05 pm
All I know is that I occasionally get to poop on jackasses from TCC.

No, but Roger, we're supposed to start fresh as if nothing ever happened, and keep any references to past experiences in their Approved Zones™.

I know.  But I am a BAD little pance weasel, and I POOMP WHERE I WANNA!

WYLDKAT ISN'T THE BOSS OF ME!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 28, 2011, 02:36:13 pm
All I know is that I occasionally get to poop on jackasses from TCC.

No, but Roger, we're supposed to start fresh as if nothing ever happened, and keep any references to past experiences in their Approved Zones™.

I know.  But I am a BAD little pance weasel, and I POOMP WHERE I WANNA!

WYLDKAT ISN'T THE BOSS OF ME!

BUT WHAT IF IT MAKES HER CRY? IT MIGHT MAKE HER CRY!

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 28, 2011, 03:23:39 pm
All I know is that I occasionally get to poop on jackasses from TCC.

No, but Roger, we're supposed to start fresh as if nothing ever happened, and keep any references to past experiences in their Approved Zones™.

I know.  But I am a BAD little pance weasel, and I POOMP WHERE I WANNA!

WYLDKAT ISN'T THE BOSS OF ME!

BUT WHAT IF IT MAKES HER CRY? IT MIGHT MAKE HER CRY!



THEN WE DINE ON HER FUCKING TEARS!!!!!!!!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Pterodactyl Handler on June 28, 2011, 03:26:52 pm
So disappointed, in fact, that I started my own pagan forum here, The Misty Moor (http://www.pfulkestic.us/forum/), with the express intention of creating a pagan forum that breaks TGGR's dictum.  Horrible truth is welcome here.  Sought, even.

BZZZZT

SYSTEM MALFUNCTION
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on June 28, 2011, 03:46:51 pm
So disappointed, in fact, that I started my own pagan forum here, The Misty Moor (http://www.pfulkestic.us/forum/), with the express intention of creating a pagan forum that breaks TGGR's dictum.  Horrible truth is welcome here.  Sought, even.

BZZZZT

SYSTEM MALFUNCTION


 :lulz:

PH, why aren't you over at Spiritual Crossroads? I think it needs more Pterodactyls.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 28, 2011, 03:53:28 pm
So far THE MISTY MOOR wins my vote as BEST PAGAN FORUM EVER.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cainad (dec.) on June 28, 2011, 04:06:57 pm
So far THE MISTY MOOR wins my vote as BEST PAGAN FORUM EVER.

Absolutely.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Precious Moments Zalgo on June 28, 2011, 04:56:42 pm
So far THE MISTY MOOR wins my vote as BEST PAGAN FORUM EVER.
Hell yeah.  We got a goddamn DINOSAUR SHAMAN over there!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Wyldkat on June 28, 2011, 09:56:57 pm
All I know is that I occasionally get to poop on jackasses from TCC.

No, but Roger, we're supposed to start fresh as if nothing ever happened, and keep any references to past experiences in their Approved Zones™.

(Or we might make Wyldkat cry, because the forum is like one of her children.)

You know, the way you twist things around to suit you is really getting old.  Stating my opinion that filling the rest of the forum with angst is obnoxious when there are already MULTIPLE threads in MULTIPLE forums about the topic is not the same thing as "keep any references to past experiences in their Approved Zones™" at least not in this universe.  No one has ever tried to stop anyone from discussing their issues about anything at TSC.

You have been allowed to post your opinions on whatever you want to, but you jump on me for posting mine.  That is hypocritical.  Do you really want to be allowed to say whatever you want and dictate what others can and cannot say?  Not only that, but you are stooping to calling me names and insulting me for it as well.  In all honesty I hadn't expected you to act like that because it reminds me of activity elsewhere that you have violently condemned....
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 28, 2011, 10:07:40 pm
All I know is that I occasionally get to poop on jackasses from TCC.

No, but Roger, we're supposed to start fresh as if nothing ever happened, and keep any references to past experiences in their Approved Zones™.

(Or we might make Wyldkat cry, because the forum is like one of her children.)

You know, the way you twist things around to suit you is really getting old.  Stating my opinion that filling the rest of the forum with angst is obnoxious when there are already MULTIPLE threads in MULTIPLE forums about the topic is not the same thing as "keep any references to past experiences in their Approved Zones™" at least not in this universe.  No one has ever tried to stop anyone from discussing their issues about anything at TSC.

You have been allowed to post your opinions on whatever you want to, but you jump on me for posting mine.  That is hypocritical.  Do you really want to be allowed to say whatever you want and dictate what others can and cannot say?  Not only that, but you are stooping to calling me names and insulting me for it as well.  In all honesty I hadn't expected you to act like that because it reminds me of activity elsewhere that you have violently condemned....

What name did I call you? "Whiny" is an adjective, not a bad name. And how on earth is it hypocritical to complain about your complaining?  :lulz: You jump all over people all the time, in your whiny guilt-trippy way, for posting shit that you don't like. It would be one thing if you were like "hey guys keep your shit out of my thread" but you jump into other people's threads over it too, with "I just don't like reading negativity" etc.

It's fucking lame and comes off as super-board-nanny, and it's happened what, six, eight times in the last few weeks? So I'm just not interested in posting on your forum. The end. What are you going to do about it?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Triple Zero on June 28, 2011, 11:21:23 pm
So I'm just not interested in posting on your forum. The end. What are you going to do about it?

CAST A SPELL ON HER WYLDKAT--DO IT
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 28, 2011, 11:23:01 pm
Fortunately for me, I'm a bit of a prick, and am thus damn near immune to guilt trips.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 29, 2011, 01:40:44 am
Fortunately for me, I'm a bit of a prick, and am thus damn near immune to guilt trips.

Fortunately for me, my emotional well being isn't tied up in WK's. That means I am a sociopath who climaxes everytime I shoot a camel jockey from the turret of my tank.

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 29, 2011, 01:42:38 am
Fortunately for me, I'm a bit of a prick, and am thus damn near immune to guilt trips.

Fortunately for me, my emotional well being isn't tied up in WK's. That means I am a sociopath who climaxes everytime I shoot a camel jockey from the turret of my tank.



Been talking to Babylon Horuv again, have you?   :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 29, 2011, 02:55:46 am
Fortunately for me, I'm a bit of a prick, and am thus damn near immune to guilt trips.

Fortunately for me, my emotional well being isn't tied up in WK's. That means I am a sociopath who climaxes everytime I shoot a camel jockey from the turret of my tank.



Yeah, it's pretty easy to see the trajectory of TSC already. It's too bad, because Curiosity is a pretty decent sort.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 29, 2011, 03:05:41 am
Fortunately for me, I'm a bit of a prick, and am thus damn near immune to guilt trips.

Fortunately for me, my emotional well being isn't tied up in WK's. That means I am a sociopath who climaxes everytime I shoot a camel jockey from the turret of my tank.



Been talking to Babylon Horuv again, have you?   :lulz:

I think he is jealous of my life.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on June 29, 2011, 03:13:36 am
Fortunately for me, I'm a bit of a prick, and am thus damn near immune to guilt trips.

Fortunately for me, my emotional well being isn't tied up in WK's. That means I am a sociopath who climaxes everytime I shoot a camel jockey from the turret of my tank.



Been talking to Babylon Horuv again, have you?   :lulz:

I think he is jealous of my life.

Yeah, just think about all those people you kill and rape, in that order.  :roll:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 29, 2011, 03:15:18 am
Fortunately for me, I'm a bit of a prick, and am thus damn near immune to guilt trips.

Fortunately for me, my emotional well being isn't tied up in WK's. That means I am a sociopath who climaxes everytime I shoot a camel jockey from the turret of my tank.



Been talking to Babylon Horuv again, have you?   :lulz:

I think he is jealous of my life.

Yeah, just think about all those people you kill and rape, in that order.  :roll:

Yes :fap:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on June 29, 2011, 05:16:05 am
Fortunately for me, I'm a bit of a prick, and am thus damn near immune to guilt trips.

Fortunately for me, my emotional well being isn't tied up in WK's. That means I am a sociopath who climaxes everytime I shoot a camel jockey from the turret of my tank.



Been talking to Babylon Horuv again, have you?   :lulz:

I think he is jealous of my life.

Nah, I was just sick of you dragging it into every conversation you had with me.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 29, 2011, 05:25:06 am
Fortunately for me, I'm a bit of a prick, and am thus damn near immune to guilt trips.

Fortunately for me, my emotional well being isn't tied up in WK's. That means I am a sociopath who climaxes everytime I shoot a camel jockey from the turret of my tank.



Been talking to Babylon Horuv again, have you?   :lulz:

I think he is jealous of my life.

Nah, I was just sick of you dragging it into every conversation you had with me.

You must need better socialization if you think I was having conversations with you.

BTW: How did trying to slander me based on my service work out for you? I told the truth about your sick fantasies. You made shit up in a laughable manner that was insulting to not just me.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on June 29, 2011, 05:55:28 am
Fortunately for me, I'm a bit of a prick, and am thus damn near immune to guilt trips.

Fortunately for me, my emotional well being isn't tied up in WK's. That means I am a sociopath who climaxes everytime I shoot a camel jockey from the turret of my tank.



Been talking to Babylon Horuv again, have you?   :lulz:

I think he is jealous of my life.

Nah, I was just sick of you dragging it into every conversation you had with me.

You must need better socialization if you think I was having conversations with you.

BTW: How did trying to slander me based on my service work out for you? I told the truth about your sick fantasies. You made shit up in a laughable manner that was insulting to not just me.

eh, it was fun and made Dok Howl do a pretty good losing his shit impression.

Didn't work that way on you, but somebody losing their shit was fun at least.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 29, 2011, 02:14:13 pm

eh, it was fun and made Dok Howl do a pretty good losing his shit impression.

Didn't work that way on you, but somebody losing their shit was fun at least.

Impression?  Dude, you called my kid a rapist.

I hope it WAS fun, because it's never, ever going to end.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 29, 2011, 03:20:55 pm
Yeah, I think you managed to irrevocably alienate a lot of people who previously were ambivalent or friendly with that, Babylon. I know I no longer have any interest in being friendly or tolerant considering that you also called my father, brothers, and two sisters rapists as well.

Welcome to the Aini category.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: LMNO on June 29, 2011, 03:26:34 pm
Is this about the "rape is the default behavior in men" thread?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freckleback on June 29, 2011, 03:28:49 pm
Is this about the "rape is the default behavior in men" thread?

http://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php?topic=158.0
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: LMNO on June 29, 2011, 03:29:41 pm
Oooh, from the other forum.  Still haven't registered, blockpage at work.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on June 29, 2011, 03:31:52 pm
Oooh, from the other forum.  Still haven't registered, blockpage at work.

We also might be repeating your experiment with him over there. Because he can use the medgichs to make the ladies on the computer orgasm. Plus there's more medgichle people over there.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: LMNO on June 29, 2011, 03:34:57 pm
This sounds like a job for a QUANTUM TANTRIST!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cain on June 29, 2011, 03:37:25 pm
Oooh, from the other forum.  Still haven't registered, blockpage at work.

Quote from: BH
You have a hangup with my sexual fantasies.  I assume this is coming from a bit of conflict in your own desires.  After all,  I didn't sign up to be the government's bitch by joining an organization which as a long storied history of rape and killing.

I fantasize about killing people, you meanwhile joined up to actually do it.........

He then carries on digging, for the next six pages.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: LMNO on June 29, 2011, 03:39:02 pm
 :weary:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on June 29, 2011, 03:39:16 pm
This sounds like a job for a QUANTUM TANTRIST!

 :lulz:

How I wish that quantum tantrist implied some geeky science chick instead of an occultist who gets his kicks charging his sigils all over the computer monitor.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Succulent Plant on June 29, 2011, 03:56:03 pm
Yeah, I think you managed to irrevocably alienate a lot of people who previously were ambivalent or friendly with that, Babylon. I know I no longer have any interest in being friendly or tolerant considering that you also called my father, brothers, and two sisters rapists as well.

Welcome to the Aini category.

Agree.  My husband is military, we're moving on base in 10 days. 
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cainad (dec.) on June 29, 2011, 04:01:52 pm
This sounds like a job for a QUANTUM TANTRIST!

 :lulz:

How I wish that quantum tantrist implied some geeky science chick instead of an occultist who gets his kicks charging his sigils all over the computer monitor.

Oh wow. Hells to the yeah.


Cainad,
secretly has a thing for hawt women in lab coats
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on June 29, 2011, 04:07:31 pm
This sounds like a job for a QUANTUM TANTRIST!

 :lulz:

How I wish that quantum tantrist implied some geeky science chick instead of an occultist who gets his kicks charging his sigils all over the computer monitor.

Oh wow. Hells to the yeah.


Cainad,
secretly has a thing for hawt women in lab coats

Who doesn't? Aside from gay men and straight women?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: trippinprincezz13 on June 29, 2011, 04:28:46 pm
Don't know why I'm bothering, since I'm not a fan of nanniers/crybabies online or IRL and BH is a worthless piece of scum. CPD seems nice though.

Ever consider that trying to stop people from talking about something is only going to have the opposite effect? Maybe letting this thing ride itself out rather than ensuring the perpetual arguing about it on your forum? Trying to stop it will only draw more attention to the drama and hinder any possibility of content. Your friends at TCC are adults (more or less). They can defend themselves. If they can't deal with it, they can leave. I mean, based on TCC, they obviously can't handle it, but that's their problem. I thought TSC wasn't going to be another TCC.

Oh well, too bad, I suppose.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Luna on June 29, 2011, 05:00:48 pm
Well, then.  My father is a retired marine.  My uncle is retired navy.  The list goes on.

Fuck you, dude.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 29, 2011, 05:15:43 pm
Fortunately for me, I'm a bit of a prick, and am thus damn near immune to guilt trips.

Fortunately for me, my emotional well being isn't tied up in WK's. That means I am a sociopath who climaxes everytime I shoot a camel jockey from the turret of my tank.



Been talking to Babylon Horuv again, have you?   :lulz:

I think he is jealous of my life.

Nah, I was just sick of you dragging it into every conversation you had with me.

You must need better socialization if you think I was having conversations with you.

BTW: How did trying to slander me based on my service work out for you? I told the truth about your sick fantasies. You made shit up in a laughable manner that was insulting to not just me.

Be ready for the "just kidding" and "it was just a sociological experiment" from BH
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 29, 2011, 05:16:29 pm
Fortunately for me, I'm a bit of a prick, and am thus damn near immune to guilt trips.

Fortunately for me, my emotional well being isn't tied up in WK's. That means I am a sociopath who climaxes everytime I shoot a camel jockey from the turret of my tank.



Been talking to Babylon Horuv again, have you?   :lulz:

I think he is jealous of my life.

Nah, I was just sick of you dragging it into every conversation you had with me.

You must need better socialization if you think I was having conversations with you.

BTW: How did trying to slander me based on my service work out for you? I told the truth about your sick fantasies. You made shit up in a laughable manner that was insulting to not just me.

Be ready for the "just kidding" and "it was just a sociological experiment" from BH

He had his fucking chance.  Instead, he kept digging, and announced that I was faking being pissed, or some shit.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Dysfunctional Cunt on June 29, 2011, 05:24:28 pm
I felt I had made my feelings on the "death fantasy"hit when it first came up, so I avoided this when it came back around. 

However, my father, both adopted and genetic, both grandfathers, two brothers, 10 uncles, 4 aunts and I have no idea how many cousins, not to mention friends who I consider as much family as anyone have served in the US Military.  I've lost uncles and cousins in the various conflicts that have occured during my 43 years.

The comment against my friends and family who have served is inexcusable and unforgivable.

Maybe it's a question of consider the consequences before you say anything, but it's already been said and you can't withdraw it or make excuses now.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on June 29, 2011, 06:39:12 pm
Fortunately for me, I'm a bit of a prick, and am thus damn near immune to guilt trips.

Fortunately for me, my emotional well being isn't tied up in WK's. That means I am a sociopath who climaxes everytime I shoot a camel jockey from the turret of my tank.



Been talking to Babylon Horuv again, have you?   :lulz:

I think he is jealous of my life.

Nah, I was just sick of you dragging it into every conversation you had with me.

You must need better socialization if you think I was having conversations with you.

BTW: How did trying to slander me based on my service work out for you? I told the truth about your sick fantasies. You made shit up in a laughable manner that was insulting to not just me.

Be ready for the "just kidding" and "it was just a sociological experiment" from BH

Nope,  I said several times I was talking about you personally, not every member of the military, Dok and others want to take it personally that's their business.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on June 29, 2011, 06:41:55 pm
But you characterized the whole military in that way in the process.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 29, 2011, 06:42:27 pm
Fortunately for me, I'm a bit of a prick, and am thus damn near immune to guilt trips.

Fortunately for me, my emotional well being isn't tied up in WK's. That means I am a sociopath who climaxes everytime I shoot a camel jockey from the turret of my tank.



Been talking to Babylon Horuv again, have you?   :lulz:

I think he is jealous of my life.

Nah, I was just sick of you dragging it into every conversation you had with me.

You must need better socialization if you think I was having conversations with you.

BTW: How did trying to slander me based on my service work out for you? I told the truth about your sick fantasies. You made shit up in a laughable manner that was insulting to not just me.

Be ready for the "just kidding" and "it was just a sociological experiment" from BH

Nope,  I said several times I was talking about you personally, not every member of the military, Dok and others want to take it personally that's their business.

No, that's NOT what you fucking said, you lying sack of shit.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Dysfunctional Cunt on June 29, 2011, 06:42:53 pm
But you characterized the whole military in that way in the process.

THIS!

Your statements were a bit too generic to be directed at one single person.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: LMNO on June 29, 2011, 06:48:23 pm
Regardless, why the hell would you call Canis a murdering rapist, anyway?  It's neither funny, nor true...
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 29, 2011, 06:49:44 pm
Regardless, why the hell would you call Canis a murdering rapist, anyway?  It's neither funny, nor true...

Because Coyote made fun of BH's snuff fixation, which is both horrormirthy & true.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on June 29, 2011, 06:52:38 pm
Exactly what lmno said. He has a problem with your fantasies just as everyone else does. You have the same fantasies that armin miewes had. He acted on them. It repulsive. Repulsive is an understatement. You admit yourself that it is. Coyote shouldnt be slandered for pointing out that you have desires that rank as the basest of human imaginings.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cain on June 29, 2011, 06:54:52 pm
Exactly what lmno said. He has a problem with your fantasies just as everyone else does. You have the same fantasies that armin miewes had. He acted on them. It repulsive. Repulsive is an understatement. You admit yourself that it is. Coyote shouldnt be slandered for pointing out that you have desires that rank as the basest of human imaginings.

BH is into yiffing as well as snuff?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on June 29, 2011, 07:04:40 pm
I believe he mentioned cannibalism at some point, yes.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on June 29, 2011, 07:06:30 pm
Regardless, why the hell would you call Canis a murdering rapist, anyway?  It's neither funny, nor true...

Because Coyote made fun of BH's snuff fixation, which is both horrormirthy & true.

Because he was dragging it into every conversation he had with me.

My attempt to hit back rather obviously hit far more people than I intended.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 29, 2011, 07:07:18 pm
Regardless, why the hell would you call Canis a murdering rapist, anyway?  It's neither funny, nor true...

Because Coyote made fun of BH's snuff fixation, which is both horrormirthy & true.

Because he was dragging it into every conversation he had with me.

My attempt to hit back rather obviously hit far more people than I intended.

Well, guess what?

Now THIS is going into every conversation you have.  Won't that be nice?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on June 29, 2011, 07:08:35 pm
You also could have called him on something thats true. Though i cant think of anything coyote has said that even comes within light years of your flaws.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on June 29, 2011, 07:09:16 pm
Exactly what lmno said. He has a problem with your fantasies just as everyone else does. You have the same fantasies that armin miewes had. He acted on them. It repulsive. Repulsive is an understatement. You admit yourself that it is. Coyote shouldnt be slandered for pointing out that you have desires that rank as the basest of human imaginings.

he pointed it out,  I didn't get pissy,  he then pointed it out again and again and went into detail, something I refrain from doing because I know it disgusts people.  That's when I got pissy.

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on June 29, 2011, 07:10:39 pm
Well that all could have been neatly avoided if you remember that it disgusts people when you first brought it up.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 29, 2011, 07:11:16 pm
Exactly what lmno said. He has a problem with your fantasies just as everyone else does. You have the same fantasies that armin miewes had. He acted on them. It repulsive. Repulsive is an understatement. You admit yourself that it is. Coyote shouldnt be slandered for pointing out that you have desires that rank as the basest of human imaginings.

he pointed it out,  I didn't get pissy,  he then pointed it out again and again and went into detail, something I refrain from doing because I know it disgusts people.  That's when I got pissy.



Truth fucking hurts.  Boo hoo hoo!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on June 29, 2011, 07:12:57 pm
Well that all could have been neatly avoided if you remember that it disgusts people when you first brought it up.

On this board?  months before that other board even existed?

Yeah, it might have helped if I had never brought it up, but that's not something I can really do anything about now. (or could while Coyote was dragging it into completely unrelated threads because ad hominem was more convenient for him than disagreeing with what I was saying in a substantiative way)
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on June 29, 2011, 07:16:32 pm
While i agree that it was irrelevant to your posts you did open that box up all on your own. Also it bears repeating- you should seek some sort of counseling for this before we hear about you on the news.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 29, 2011, 07:17:52 pm
While i agree that it was irrelevant to your posts you did open that box up all on your own. Also it bears repeating- you should seek some sort of counseling for this before we hear about you on the news.

Or he could just jump off an overpass and save a lot of time & money.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on June 29, 2011, 07:19:34 pm
While i agree that it was irrelevant to your posts you did open that box up all on your own. Also it bears repeating- you should seek some sort of counseling for this before we hear about you on the news.

Or he could just jump off an overpass and save a lot of time & money.

yeah, not planning on acting on those fantasies even in the masturbatory fashion you keep suggesting, but hey, thanks for the flirtation.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 29, 2011, 07:21:24 pm
While i agree that it was irrelevant to your posts you did open that box up all on your own. Also it bears repeating- you should seek some sort of counseling for this before we hear about you on the news.

Or he could just jump off an overpass and save a lot of time & money.

yeah, not planning on acting on those fantasies even in the masturbatory fashion you keep suggesting, but hey, thanks for the flirtation.

Naw, difference is, I don't get a sexual thrill out of the idea.  I just think that the world would be a better place without people like you, Richard Speck, John Wayne Gayce, etc.

You sick fuck.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on June 29, 2011, 07:22:03 pm
Also bh is missing the point that bh slandering coyote was not an a good response.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 29, 2011, 07:23:06 pm
Also bh is missing the point that bh slandering coyote was not an a good response.

This is becasuse BH is a fat, bloated, useless pervert.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on June 29, 2011, 07:23:33 pm
Also bh is missing the point that bh slandering coyote was not an a good response.

Nope, I gathered that.

I acted rashly and regret it.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 29, 2011, 07:24:09 pm
Also bh is missing the point that bh slandering coyote was not an a good response.

Nope, I gathered that.

I acted rashly and regret it.

Yeah, that shows.   :roll:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: LMNO on June 29, 2011, 07:24:51 pm
I'm going to make a nuanced qualifier, here.

I usually have no problems with someone's fantasies.  They are, after all, a fantasy.  I will also admit that I have, over the years, imagined a few noncon scenes that ended up turning me on; hell, when I was going through puberty, I came across a book by de Sade*, and kept it under my bed.  So, I can somewhat understand where BH is coming from.  

The problem, ultimately, is that BH actively pursues and seeks out these fantasies.  That, more than anything else, is what bothers me, because it implies a deeper sociopathy than the fantasy itself.

I know I'm probably making an irrelevant side note here, but I needed to say it.












*that's not actually a pun.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on June 29, 2011, 07:26:05 pm
Also bh is missing the point that bh slandering coyote was not an a good response.

Nope, I gathered that.

I acted rashly and regret it.

Yeah, that shows.   :roll:



Yeah, cause saying I'm sorry I made a mistake does any good in the face of the wrath of the doktor.

Besides you hate better than most people love.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 29, 2011, 07:28:14 pm
Also bh is missing the point that bh slandering coyote was not an a good response.

Nope, I gathered that.

I acted rashly and regret it.

Yeah, that shows.   :roll:



Yeah, cause saying I'm sorry I made a mistake does any good in the face of the wrath of the doktor.

Besides you hate better than most people love.

 :lulz:

I have never thrown an apology back in anyone's face.  Not once.

But I will now, as you seem to have thrown what integrity you might have had away, in order to score a cheap point.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 29, 2011, 07:31:47 pm
Regardless, why the hell would you call Canis a murdering rapist, anyway?  It's neither funny, nor true...

Because Coyote made fun of BH's snuff fixation, which is both horrormirthy & true.

Because he was dragging it into every conversation he had with me.

My attempt to hit back rather obviously hit far more people than I intended.

You don't earn the right to "hit back" when you're into something like snuff porn or kiddie porn. Seriously, that is the kind of thing that earns you ostracization. It's somewhat surprising that people have tolerated you as much as they have so far.

Seriously, think about it. IT TURNS YOU ON TO FANTASIZE ABOUT RAPING AND KILLING WOMEN. It arouses you to think about our worst nightmare, and many of us have been violently raped and were fortunate not to be killed. It's beyond disgusting that our suffering and fear arouses you, and that you not only don't seek help, but actually feed the fantasy by writing snuff porn stories and participating on snuff forums.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 29, 2011, 07:33:17 pm
I am also still horrified at the time you said that if your daughter was raped you hoped she'd be killed, so she wouldn't have to live with the aftermath.

I mean, to hold such a viewpoint is beyond disgusting. It's inhuman. Someone should drown you in the river.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 29, 2011, 07:33:29 pm
Regardless, why the hell would you call Canis a murdering rapist, anyway?  It's neither funny, nor true...

Because Coyote made fun of BH's snuff fixation, which is both horrormirthy & true.

Because he was dragging it into every conversation he had with me.

My attempt to hit back rather obviously hit far more people than I intended.

You don't earn the right to "hit back" when you're into something like snuff porn or kiddie porn. Seriously, that is the kind of thing that earns you ostracization. It's somewhat surprising that people have tolerated you as much as they have so far.

Seriously, think about it. IT TURNS YOU ON TO FANTASIZE ABOUT RAPING AND KILLING WOMEN. It arouses you to think about our worst nightmare, and many of us have been violently raped and were fortunate not to be killed. It's beyond disgusting that our suffering and fear arouses you, and that you not only don't seek help, but actually feed the fantasy by writing snuff porn stories and participating on snuff forums.

This.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 29, 2011, 07:33:51 pm
I am also still horrified at the time you said that if your daughter was raped you hoped she'd be killed, so she wouldn't have to live with the aftermath.

I mean, to hold such a viewpoint is beyond disgusting. It's inhuman. Someone should drown you in the river.

Sounds like he's mixing his fantasies a little, there.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on June 29, 2011, 07:36:02 pm
I am also still horrified at the time you said that if your daughter was raped you hoped she'd be killed, so she wouldn't have to live with the aftermath.

I mean, to hold such a viewpoint is beyond disgusting. It's inhuman. Someone should drown you in the river.

After interacting with a few women who had been raped as children I retracted that viewpoint.

The awful factor of child rape had been a bit overblown in my mind apparently.

(which isn't to say it isn't a truly horrible awful evil, just that it is something that a woman can recover from)
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 29, 2011, 07:36:17 pm
I am also still horrified at the time you said that if your daughter was raped you hoped she'd be killed, so she wouldn't have to live with the aftermath.

I mean, to hold such a viewpoint is beyond disgusting. It's inhuman. Someone should drown you in the river.

Sounds like he's mixing his fantasies a little, there.

No doubt.

It makes the hair on my arms stand up.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Dysfunctional Cunt on June 29, 2011, 07:36:46 pm
I am also still horrified at the time you said that if your daughter was raped you hoped she'd be killed, so she wouldn't have to live with the aftermath.

I mean, to hold such a viewpoint is beyond disgusting. It's inhuman. Someone should drown you in the river.

Sounds like he's mixing his fantasies a little, there.

I had always hoped that was ignorance talking when he said that.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 29, 2011, 07:36:52 pm
I am also still horrified at the time you said that if your daughter was raped you hoped she'd be killed, so she wouldn't have to live with the aftermath.

I mean, to hold such a viewpoint is beyond disgusting. It's inhuman. Someone should drown you in the river.

Sounds like he's mixing his fantasies a little, there.

No doubt.

It makes the hair on my arms stand up.

It just makes me sick.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on June 29, 2011, 07:37:22 pm
I am also still horrified at the time you said that if your daughter was raped you hoped she'd be killed, so she wouldn't have to live with the aftermath.

I mean, to hold such a viewpoint is beyond disgusting. It's inhuman. Someone should drown you in the river.

Sounds like he's mixing his fantasies a little, there.

I had always hoped that was ignorance talking when he said that.

it was.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 29, 2011, 07:37:33 pm
I am also still horrified at the time you said that if your daughter was raped you hoped she'd be killed, so she wouldn't have to live with the aftermath.

I mean, to hold such a viewpoint is beyond disgusting. It's inhuman. Someone should drown you in the river.

After interacting with a few women who had been raped as children I retracted that viewpoint.

The awful factor of child rape had been a bit overblown in my mind apparently.

(which isn't to say it isn't a truly horrible awful evil, just that it is something that a woman can recover from)

To EVER imagine that death is preferable to rape is reprehensible and shows that you view female life as ranking somewhere below male sexual gratification in importance. As does your perversion. I'm sure that's a feedback loop.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 29, 2011, 07:37:38 pm
I am also still horrified at the time you said that if your daughter was raped you hoped she'd be killed, so she wouldn't have to live with the aftermath.

I mean, to hold such a viewpoint is beyond disgusting. It's inhuman. Someone should drown you in the river.

Sounds like he's mixing his fantasies a little, there.

I had always hoped that was ignorance talking when he said that.

Hope in one hand, shit in the other...Which one fills up fastest?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 29, 2011, 07:42:16 pm
Bringing up your fucking perversion is relevant to EVERYTHING you have an opinion on.  Oh boo fucking hoo if it is ad hominen, because by not only having those fantasies, not only by sharing them, but by also trying to defend your shitneck behavior that shows what kind of person you are and how worthless your opinions on anything are. I of course am using 'person' loosely to describe your, and by not seeking treatment for your fucking sickness you are defending it. You say it is wrong, but yet you do nothing about it. Excuse me, nothing positive about it, as you frequent snuff forums and write snuff porn.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on June 29, 2011, 09:42:04 pm
I haved to agree with everone that youre feeding it bh. Its a risk factor for escalation. You should really nip it in the bud. And even if you dont end up escalating its still unhealthy thinking.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 30, 2011, 12:22:31 am
i am surprised i had started having hope that wk would be a biped. well i won't make that mistake again. her and corpsefucker are worthless. i now reserve judgement on cpd.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 30, 2011, 12:23:02 am
i am surprised i had started having hope that wk would be a biped. well i won't make that mistake again. her and corpsefucker are worthless. i now reserve judgement on cpd.

Agreed, except that I'm giving CPD a pass.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Phox on June 30, 2011, 01:07:19 am
I have made my first post!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on June 30, 2011, 01:47:56 am
I have made my first post!

Whatevs Snake Man.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Phox on June 30, 2011, 02:21:39 am
I have made my first post!

Whatevs Snake Man.
:argh!:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 30, 2011, 05:11:11 am
TSC  :kingmeh:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on June 30, 2011, 05:16:05 am
TSC  :kingmeh:

Yeah, the only thing I've really paid much attention to on it today was the whole BH thing.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 30, 2011, 05:18:27 am
TSC  :kingmeh:

Yeah, the only thing I've really paid much attention to on it today was the whole BH thing.

"If you only believe hard enough your magic will work" :kingmeh:
"it's ok to want to murderfuck someone as long as it's only in your head" :kingmeh:
"sometimes when you make soup it's not soup" :kingmeh:
"my dad can't swim therefore magic works" :kingmeh:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on June 30, 2011, 05:20:06 am
TSC  :kingmeh:

Yeah, the only thing I've really paid much attention to on it today was the whole BH thing.

"If you only believe hard enough your magic will work" :kingmeh:
"it's ok to want to murderfuck someone as long as it's only in your head" :kingmeh:
"sometimes when you make soup it's not soup" :kingmeh:
"my dad can't swim therefore magic works" :kingmeh:


lolwut
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on June 30, 2011, 05:22:03 am
TSC  :kingmeh:

Yeah, the only thing I've really paid much attention to on it today was the whole BH thing.

"If you only believe hard enough your magic will work" :kingmeh:
"it's ok to want to murderfuck someone as long as it's only in your head" :kingmeh:
"sometimes when you make soup it's not soup" :kingmeh:
"my dad can't swim therefore magic works" :kingmeh:


lolwut

It's in one of the magic threads.
http://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php?topic=202.msg4864#msg4864
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Wyldkat on June 30, 2011, 06:40:09 am
All I know is that I occasionally get to poop on jackasses from TCC.

No, but Roger, we're supposed to start fresh as if nothing ever happened, and keep any references to past experiences in their Approved Zones™.

(Or we might make Wyldkat cry, because the forum is like one of her children.)

You know, the way you twist things around to suit you is really getting old.  Stating my opinion that filling the rest of the forum with angst is obnoxious when there are already MULTIPLE threads in MULTIPLE forums about the topic is not the same thing as "keep any references to past experiences in their Approved Zones™" at least not in this universe.  No one has ever tried to stop anyone from discussing their issues about anything at TSC.

You have been allowed to post your opinions on whatever you want to, but you jump on me for posting mine.  That is hypocritical.  Do you really want to be allowed to say whatever you want and dictate what others can and cannot say?  Not only that, but you are stooping to calling me names and insulting me for it as well.  In all honesty I hadn't expected you to act like that because it reminds me of activity elsewhere that you have violently condemned....

What name did I call you? "Whiny" is an adjective, not a bad name. And how on earth is it hypocritical to complain about your complaining?  :lulz: You jump all over people all the time, in your whiny guilt-trippy way, for posting shit that you don't like. It would be one thing if you were like "hey guys keep your shit out of my thread" but you jump into other people's threads over it too, with "I just don't like reading negativity" etc.

It's fucking lame and comes off as super-board-nanny, and it's happened what, six, eight times in the last few weeks? So I'm just not interested in posting on your forum. The end. What are you going to do about it?

"Whiny" is insulting and I would call "forum nanny" calling names along the lines of school yard taunts.

I have replied where I have felt the need to reply and have continued the conversation in those threads when other people have continued it.  That's how forums work last time I checked.

You don't have to post there if you don't want to, it's totally your choice but personally I'll miss your input.  {shrugs}
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 30, 2011, 06:44:12 am
You have a funny way of showing it. Sure doesn't sound like you'll miss it to me. Calling out what you're doing is just calling out what you're doing... maybe you should examine what that is, rather than trying to dismiss it as personal insults instead of a criticism of behavior.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 30, 2011, 06:45:08 am
TSC  :kingmeh:

Yeah, the only thing I've really paid much attention to on it today was the whole BH thing.

"If you only believe hard enough your magic will work" :kingmeh:
"it's ok to want to murderfuck someone as long as it's only in your head" :kingmeh:
"sometimes when you make soup it's not soup" :kingmeh:
"my dad can't swim therefore magic works" :kingmeh:


lolwut


Makes as much sense as any other justification of magical thinking.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Wyldkat on June 30, 2011, 07:06:27 am
You have a funny way of showing it. Sure doesn't sound like you'll miss it to me. Calling out what you're doing is just calling out what you're doing... maybe you should examine what that is, rather than trying to dismiss it as personal insults instead of a criticism of behavior.

Ok, in the universe I grew up in saying stuff like that was viewed as insulting.  I was brought up not calling people names, not using words and phrases that could come across that way.  I was taught not to be rude.  In all the adult contact I have had I have never had people use words and phrases that I was brought up to view as insulting in anything but an insulting and/or rude manner.  If that was not the manner you intended it, then I'm sorry I took it that way but it also makes you the only adult I know who says things like that and doesn't intend them to be insulting.

Here's where I'm coming from.  I am not trying to guilt anyone into anything or out of anything.  That has never been my intention or design, and I was honestly surprised people took it that way (go internet and lack of nuance).  I am doing my best to be open and honest about where I am coming from at TSC.  I willing admit I have a ton of issues stemming from TCC.  Most of it I haven't discussed anywhere but privately.  Part of why I joined up at TSC was the idea that anyone could share what they wanted and not worry about over the top modding.  I very often didn't post what I felt at TCC because of exactly that.  I can post what I want at TSC and am enjoying that freedom.  You all can ignore me just as easily as I can ignore you.  You all can post your thoughts, I can post mine.  That's the concept and except for some glitches, like this, seems to be working pretty well over all.

There's a thread on magic that canis linked to in this thread where we are freely debating the existence and workability of magic.  It's a very polarized subject but the people involved are dealing with it seriously and (for the most part) being respectful even though the views are very different.  That is an example of something I'd love to see your input on.

As I have said, please call us on our shit.  I take all constructive criticism I get very seriously.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Telarus on June 30, 2011, 07:20:14 am
TSC is still leaps and bounds above TCC.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Wyldkat on June 30, 2011, 08:00:01 am
TSC is still leaps and bounds above TCC.

Thank you.  I'm glad you feel that way.  :)
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 30, 2011, 08:08:31 am
Doesn't take much.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Precious Moments Zalgo on July 01, 2011, 02:25:34 am
"sometimes when you make soup it's not soup" :kingmeh:
That totally happens to me all the time, like I'll make a soup with a lot of rice or noodles in it, and then the next day when I go for leftovers, the rice or noodles will have soaked up all the broth and it'll be stew instead.

 :magick:

PMZ,
Hasn't read the thread in question because it's behind a login-wall.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on July 01, 2011, 02:30:36 am
"sometimes when you make soup it's not soup" :kingmeh:
That totally happens to me all the time, like I'll make a soup with a lot of rice or noodles in it, and then the next day when I go for leftovers, the rice or noodles will have soaked up all the broth and it'll be stew instead.

 :magick:

PMZ,
Hasn't read the thread in question because it's behind a login-wall.

She did mention porridge instead of soup on accident, but still, not magic.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on July 01, 2011, 07:44:54 pm
"sometimes when you make soup it's not soup" :kingmeh:
That totally happens to me all the time, like I'll make a soup with a lot of rice or noodles in it, and then the next day when I go for leftovers, the rice or noodles will have soaked up all the broth and it'll be stew instead.

 :magick:

PMZ,
Hasn't read the thread in question because it's behind a login-wall.

It's a post count restricted section as well, but if you register and msg me I'll bump you so you can see it.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 01, 2011, 08:00:51 pm
Wait.

Cooking is post-count restricted?   :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on July 01, 2011, 08:03:33 pm
Wait.

Cooking is post-count restricted?   :lulz:

soup is not soup is a post in the thread on magic, in the spell sharing board, which is post count restricted.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Kai on July 02, 2011, 06:17:36 pm
Ah, yes. More pagan new age woo.

Slap any labels on it you want, dress it up beautiful, paint it with pretty colors, wrap it with ribbons, and it's still bullshit, and it still smells like bullshit. Just like any of the other systems of supernaturalism endorsed by religions.

To guild refined gold
to paint the lilly
to pour perfume on the violet
is just fucking silly.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 02, 2011, 07:46:00 pm
Ah, yes. More pagan new age woo.

Slap any labels on it you want, dress it up beautiful, paint it with pretty colors, wrap it with ribbons, and it's still bullshit, and it still smells like bullshit. Just like any of the other systems of supernaturalism endorsed by religions.


Except :bob: of course.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Kai on July 02, 2011, 09:22:21 pm
Ah, yes. More pagan new age woo.

Slap any labels on it you want, dress it up beautiful, paint it with pretty colors, wrap it with ribbons, and it's still bullshit, and it still smells like bullshit. Just like any of the other systems of supernaturalism endorsed by religions.


Except :bob: of course.

As far as I can tell, CoSG has nothing to do with supernaturalism or mhagghiquiqual thinking, except perhaps for making fun of those who buy into it. It, just like Discordianism, is an obvious parody platform.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 03, 2011, 03:01:21 am
Caught snake man plagiarizing in the "crystology" thread.   :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 03, 2011, 03:02:11 am
Ah, yes. More pagan new age woo.

Slap any labels on it you want, dress it up beautiful, paint it with pretty colors, wrap it with ribbons, and it's still bullshit, and it still smells like bullshit. Just like any of the other systems of supernaturalism endorsed by religions.


Except :bob: of course.

As far as I can tell, CoSG has nothing to do with supernaturalism or mhagghiquiqual thinking, except perhaps for making fun of those who buy into it. It, just like Discordianism, is an obvious parody platform.

"If you think this is just a joke, by God, you'll never get the punchline.

You'll be laughing out the other side of your mouth on July 5th, 1998.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Kai on July 03, 2011, 03:40:56 am
See? That's exactly what I was talking about.  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on July 03, 2011, 03:43:25 am
Not sure if Shadowpagan has been reading well enough to be creeped out.  However, if anyone wants to help...

http://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php?topic=188.msg5084#msg5084 (http://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php?topic=188.msg5084#msg5084)
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 03, 2011, 03:46:43 pm
Caught snake man plagiarizing in the "crystology" thread.   :lulz:

Link?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cain on July 03, 2011, 03:52:48 pm
Would it be wrong of me to point out that Oldghost has his email prominently displayed on his profile?

I'm just saying, Google is your friend...
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on July 03, 2011, 04:09:38 pm
Would it be wrong of me to point out that Oldghost has his email prominently displayed on his profile?

I'm just saying, Google is your friend...

Well, hrm, how interesting. It would be a shame if the wrong people found out about this.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on July 04, 2011, 04:52:28 am
hxxp://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php?topic=230.msg5243#new

Quote from: Snakeman
ATTN: Brittany Rocks and Stelz

Yeah, you...you two little bitches...

What the hell are you two trying to prove??  Who can be the biggest, most annoying, retarded Discordian fuck on the whole goddamned forum??  If so, congratulations, you succeeded.  What I want to know is...why be on this forum at all, really, if you're only here for the "lulz"??  Isn't there something else more constructive you could be doing??  I, and several other members here, do NOT want you two around, and would be more than happy to see you go.

And, since you are just here for the "lulz", anything you two have to say, really doesn't mean shit to me.  Your opinions are complelety worthless to me.  You are shit to me.  My guess is, you are a couple of fat, ugly chicks (or possibly guys that look like chicks) that live all alone down in their parents' basement, where they play World of Warcraft for hours on end, and perpetually troll internet message boards, because they are too fat, lazy, unproductive, and unimaginative to go out and actually do something with their lives, or find a worthwhile hobby.

So...go fuck yourselves, or better yet, kill yourselves, which would actually be doing something constructive and beneficial to not just this message board, but society as a whole.

Sincerely,

-Snake-

PS--Fuck Eris.

 :lulz: :lulz: :lulz: :lulz: :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Juana on July 04, 2011, 06:31:40 am
:lulz: Nice!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on July 04, 2011, 07:58:47 am
You guys are all assholes. :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 04, 2011, 08:46:07 am
Snake-Man is a treasure trove. I wish we could get him and AKK together, it would be like a Dunning-Kruger orgy.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Eve Hill on July 04, 2011, 08:46:55 am
 :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cain on July 16, 2011, 06:31:43 am
(http://i.imgur.com/64CbH.jpg)
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on July 16, 2011, 06:35:04 am
 :lulz: :lulz: :lulz: :lulz: :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on July 17, 2011, 01:54:07 am
Yep. He was trying to find out where some of us live, too. Said "She needs to be pistol whipped within an inch of her life."  He thought Twid was a man-hating dyke and said "It's when women start acting like rude, obnoxious cunts that they deserve whatever happends to them."

Tengu Dori redux. All he got was a warning, so I'm assuming it ain't over.  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on July 17, 2011, 01:55:50 am
Yep. He was trying to find out where some of us live, too. Said "She needs to be pistol whipped within an inch of her life."  He thought Twid was a man-hating dyke and said "It's when women start acting like rude, obnoxious cunts that they deserve whatever happends to them."

Tengu Dori redux. All he got was a warning, so I'm assuming it ain't over.  :lulz:

He'll get more if he keeps it up.  Internet Tough guyism isn't deserving of a ban though.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on July 17, 2011, 03:05:37 am
Bella always banned people for illegal threats and she normally never banned anybody.

Might be more interesting this way, but the neurotic little shitbag is going to end up on hte six o'clock news sooner or later.

Just sayin'.



Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Eve Hill on July 17, 2011, 03:25:13 am
With the crap he's been writing, I wouldn't be surprised if he already has domestic abuse on his record.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on July 17, 2011, 03:31:06 am
I'm sure he does. He mentioned a divorce. Refers to his ex as "brood mare" and "bitch". Says she "cheated". Shit, she was probably looking for a damn bodyguard.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 17, 2011, 03:44:38 am
I'm sure he does. He mentioned a divorce. Refers to his ex as "brood mare" and "bitch". Says she "cheated". Shit, she was probably looking for a damn bodyguard.

Better response..."So, Snakeman...Can't keep a woman, eh?"
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on July 17, 2011, 03:48:15 am
With the right timing. that could make him splody.  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Eve Hill on July 17, 2011, 03:51:41 am
I'm sure he does. He mentioned a divorce. Refers to his ex as "brood mare" and "bitch". Says she "cheated". Shit, she was probably looking for a damn bodyguard.

Yeah. :-/ It's also possible she never cheated on him in the first place. For all we know she could have left a long time ago, tried to start over, and he just refused to let go.



I'm sure he does. He mentioned a divorce. Refers to his ex as "brood mare" and "bitch". Says she "cheated". Shit, she was probably looking for a damn bodyguard.

Better response..."So, Snakeman...Can't keep a woman, eh?"

With the right timing. that could make him splody.  :lulz:


 :lulz:

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on July 17, 2011, 04:01:32 am
That does seem closer to the truth.

Anybody who doesn't dance to his fiddle would be accused of being a BITCHWHORESLUTCUNT and FUCKING. 
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 17, 2011, 04:18:39 am
MIKEY'S ONLINE! 

:banana:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 17, 2011, 04:23:25 am
And he just admitted it in PM.   :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 17, 2011, 04:23:40 am
You guys almost make me want to go back.  :lulz:

Snake-Man is scum, pure and simple.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 17, 2011, 04:24:32 am
You guys almost make me want to go back.  :lulz:

Snake-Man is scum, pure and simple.

EBS is on as norecollection.

COME ON, NIGEL!  Slap this meth head around with me for a while!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Eve Hill on July 17, 2011, 04:27:00 am
And he just admitted it in PM.   :lulz:

 :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 17, 2011, 04:38:27 am
Aw, he left.   :sad:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Eve Hill on July 17, 2011, 04:42:32 am
Maybe he needed to go buy some more zima liquid courage.  :lol:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on July 17, 2011, 04:43:27 am
Aw, he left.   :sad:

:(

I'ma mess with a certain snake.  The dead one in the front yard is a SIGN FROM ABOVE or maybe below I'M NOT REALLY SURE WHICH!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 17, 2011, 04:44:33 am
Maybe he needed to go buy some more zima liquid courage.  :lol:

He never was serious about having a good time.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 17, 2011, 04:45:00 am
And he's back.   :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Eve Hill on July 17, 2011, 04:46:25 am
 :banana:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on July 17, 2011, 05:03:23 am
NIGEL YOU HAVE TO SEE THIS SHIT!!!!!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 17, 2011, 05:22:42 am
OK, I'll stick my head in.  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 17, 2011, 05:31:18 am
I see that Wyldkat is still control-freaking and that Snake-Man is still inexplicably allowed to be a shitheel to everyone, and everyone else is still getting told to play nice when they mock him.  :lulz:

When you make the assholes into forum pets and don't allow the forum's natural immune system to suppress assholes, you're setting the tone for what kind of forum you want to have.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 17, 2011, 05:57:57 am
Oh, boy.

http://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php?topic=242.new#new

It begins.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Phox on July 17, 2011, 08:43:39 am
Okay. I admit it. I am a cunt.  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on July 17, 2011, 09:48:40 am
The hell is a "spirit?"
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on July 17, 2011, 09:52:03 am
The hell is a "spirit?"

That has been debatable between philosophers and theologians throughout the ages. Some say that it is something earned, others inherent. Some say it is an animating life force, other just a by product of meat machinery. No one really knows.  :)
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Phox on July 17, 2011, 10:01:16 am
The hell is a "spirit?"
I'm going to go with the stupid people who dress in their high school's colors at both appropriate and inappropriate times. Like when they are in their mid-30s....
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on July 17, 2011, 10:02:51 am
The hell is a "spirit?"
I'm going to go with the stupid people who dress in their high school's colors at both appropriate and inappropriate times. Like when they are in their mid-30s....

Yeuch....

That actually happens?

Twid,
Willing to wear black, but not gold....
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Phox on July 17, 2011, 10:06:13 am
The hell is a "spirit?"
I'm going to go with the stupid people who dress in their high school's colors at both appropriate and inappropriate times. Like when they are in their mid-30s....

Yeuch....

That actually happens?

Twid,
Willing to wear black, but not gold....
Yes. Unfortunately for ME, my high school had the innovative colors of Navy and White. So.... yeah. Fortunately, I plan on moving far far away to a place that doesn't have high schools.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on July 17, 2011, 10:07:03 am
You fucking ass hats.  :lulz:

Also, black/gold or navy/white is NOT a bad color combo.

Santa Rita HS,
gold/green.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on July 17, 2011, 10:29:13 am
Ours were red and white, and our mascot was a cardinal that was drawn to look like a fucking screaming eagle attacking, when he wasn't a big musclebound guy with a little redbird head. High school = herp derp.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Luna on July 17, 2011, 12:00:56 pm
One of the schools I went to (we moved around when I was a kid) had black and orange.  School spirit days looked like fucking Halloween.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 17, 2011, 04:47:35 pm
As far as I can tell, Wyldkat has slipped right back into her TCC ways, defending people who behave abusively and modding for spurious reasons. I have no idea why CPD and BH are going along with it, though to be fair I haven't seen CPD around.

It's like abusive behavior (lying about your identity in order to harass other posters, threatening physical violence) triggers something in her that makes her irrationally defend the abuser. My guess is that she was emotionally and/or physically abused as a child, but that's always been my guess with that one. Defending and rationalizing abusive people's behaviors while blaming the victim is very typical of people who were abused as kids, unless they get some pretty intensive therapy to un-learn it. It's an emotional defense mechanism that may help them survive as kids, but is not useful as an adult.

I saw this pattern with her and the bullies at TCC over and over again.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cainad (dec.) on July 17, 2011, 05:49:34 pm
That, and the "that's just not how I am" excuse any time someone suggested she do anything requiring even the slightest amount of balls.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on July 17, 2011, 06:01:45 pm
Ours were red and white, and our mascot was a cardinal that was drawn to look like a fucking screaming eagle attacking, when he wasn't a big musclebound guy with a little redbird head. High school = herp derp.

Boston Latin's mascot is a wolf, but apparently the mascot costume looked like a big dopey dog.

Latin Academy (where I went) has the dragon, which was always played by the valedictorian. Not necessarily a bad thing, but a large portion of our diligent students were around 5 feet tall. Kinda made it hard to actually shoot a ball into the hoop during spirit day when that happens.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 17, 2011, 06:20:18 pm
That, and the "that's just not how I am" excuse any time someone suggested she do anything requiring even the slightest amount of balls.

I suspect that by allying herself with the person she perceives as most dangerous, she subconsciously believes that she is reducing her chances of getting targeted for abuse. It's a weak position, but typical of fearful people.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on July 17, 2011, 07:29:03 pm
For myself, personally, I wouldn't want my name posted over there.  I wouldn't want ANY of my info over there.  Fucking psycho bastards all over the place.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 17, 2011, 08:27:00 pm
That's one of the reasons I stopped going there. It's a creepy scene where people like Snake-Man and Lena get coddled, people like EBS show up to try to anonymously harass people, anyone who calls out bullshit when they see if gets whined at for not playing nice.

However, anonymity on the internet is not a right, it is a privilege. I'm not saying it's always cool to post the full legal name of everyone who annoys you, but when someone is trying to use anonymity as a tool for harassing people, they no longer deserve the courtesy of anonymity, IMO.

And no, a person's IDENTITY is not the same as their PERSONAL INFORMATION.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cain on July 17, 2011, 10:24:31 pm
First name alone definitely doesn't count as PI.  It's only Power Word: IRL Name if it is the full name, preferably with the Facebook profile linked to.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Kai on July 17, 2011, 10:48:50 pm
First name alone definitely doesn't count as PI.  It's only Power Word: IRL Name if it is the full name, preferably with the Facebook profile linked to.

Quote
Power Word: IRL Name

 :lulz: :lulz: :lulz: :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cainad (dec.) on July 17, 2011, 10:59:30 pm
That, and the "that's just not how I am" excuse any time someone suggested she do anything requiring even the slightest amount of balls.

I suspect that by allying herself with the person she perceives as most dangerous, she subconsciously believes that she is reducing her chances of getting targeted for abuse. It's a weak position, but typical of fearful people.

Frankly I think it makes her a liability as a person in a position of authority. Bullies are lightning-quick to pick up on whom they can push around. If raising a meek voice of protest (and usually against the wrong side, at that) is the only thing she's willing to do, she becomes a tool to be manipulated by malicious people.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on July 18, 2011, 12:39:54 am
That, and the "that's just not how I am" excuse any time someone suggested she do anything requiring even the slightest amount of balls.

I suspect that by allying herself with the person she perceives as most dangerous, she subconsciously believes that she is reducing her chances of getting targeted for abuse. It's a weak position, but typical of fearful people.

Frankly I think it makes her a liability as a person in a position of authority. Bullies are lightning-quick to pick up on whom they can push around. If raising a meek voice of protest (and usually against the wrong side, at that) is the only thing she's willing to do, she becomes a tool to be manipulated by malicious people.

I thought that was the whole diea? That she was there as bait or something like that?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 18, 2011, 02:37:26 pm
That, and the "that's just not how I am" excuse any time someone suggested she do anything requiring even the slightest amount of balls.

I suspect that by allying herself with the person she perceives as most dangerous, she subconsciously believes that she is reducing her chances of getting targeted for abuse. It's a weak position, but typical of fearful people.

Frankly I think it makes her a liability as a person in a position of authority. Bullies are lightning-quick to pick up on whom they can push around. If raising a meek voice of protest (and usually against the wrong side, at that) is the only thing she's willing to do, she becomes a tool to be manipulated by malicious people.

That certainly seems to be the case.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 18, 2011, 02:37:47 pm
That, and the "that's just not how I am" excuse any time someone suggested she do anything requiring even the slightest amount of balls.

I suspect that by allying herself with the person she perceives as most dangerous, she subconsciously believes that she is reducing her chances of getting targeted for abuse. It's a weak position, but typical of fearful people.

Frankly I think it makes her a liability as a person in a position of authority. Bullies are lightning-quick to pick up on whom they can push around. If raising a meek voice of protest (and usually against the wrong side, at that) is the only thing she's willing to do, she becomes a tool to be manipulated by malicious people.

I thought that was the whole diea? That she was there as bait or something like that?

I think it's her domain, but I could be wrong.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 18, 2011, 02:43:40 pm
That, and the "that's just not how I am" excuse any time someone suggested she do anything requiring even the slightest amount of balls.

I suspect that by allying herself with the person she perceives as most dangerous, she subconsciously believes that she is reducing her chances of getting targeted for abuse. It's a weak position, but typical of fearful people.

Frankly I think it makes her a liability as a person in a position of authority. Bullies are lightning-quick to pick up on whom they can push around. If raising a meek voice of protest (and usually against the wrong side, at that) is the only thing she's willing to do, she becomes a tool to be manipulated by malicious people.

I thought that was the whole diea? That she was there as bait or something like that?

I think it's her domain, but I could be wrong.

Her husband is ponying up the space.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 18, 2011, 02:53:02 pm
That, and the "that's just not how I am" excuse any time someone suggested she do anything requiring even the slightest amount of balls.

I suspect that by allying herself with the person she perceives as most dangerous, she subconsciously believes that she is reducing her chances of getting targeted for abuse. It's a weak position, but typical of fearful people.

Frankly I think it makes her a liability as a person in a position of authority. Bullies are lightning-quick to pick up on whom they can push around. If raising a meek voice of protest (and usually against the wrong side, at that) is the only thing she's willing to do, she becomes a tool to be manipulated by malicious people.

I thought that was the whole diea? That she was there as bait or something like that?

I think it's her domain, but I could be wrong.

Her husband is ponying up the space.

Yeah, this isn't going to go well. She sticks up for abusers AND she has ownership. Guaranteed that at some point she's going to trot out the "THIS IS MY LIVING ROOM AND YOU HAVE TO RESPECT MY HOME" bullshit.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on July 18, 2011, 04:12:36 pm
The forum is attached to her website/domain and her husband is doing all the tech support/server stuff for her website and the hardware end of things. Babs is doing the majority of the forum software updates and such, if I am correct.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 18, 2011, 04:14:46 pm
Yeah, this isn't going to go well. She sticks up for abusers AND she has ownership. Guaranteed that at some point she's going to trot out the "THIS IS MY LIVING ROOM AND YOU HAVE TO RESPECT MY HOME" bullshit.

Within 4 weeks.  The shit's already started.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 18, 2011, 04:43:15 pm
Yeah, this isn't going to go well. She sticks up for abusers AND she has ownership. Guaranteed that at some point she's going to trot out the "THIS IS MY LIVING ROOM AND YOU HAVE TO RESPECT MY HOME" bullshit.

Within 4 weeks.  The shit's already started.

yeah, the control-freaking dooms it.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on July 18, 2011, 06:50:42 pm
4 weeks? You guys really think it's going to take that long?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 18, 2011, 07:26:32 pm
According to Snakeman, Blacks only go to college to play sports, presumably because they aren't capable of actually learning.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 18, 2011, 07:27:43 pm
4 weeks? You guys really think it's going to take that long?

I think she's going to sulk for a day or two, bust out a long, manipulative guilt-trip spiel about how at least one of us is "twisting her words" or "twisting the facts" (I love how they use that one even when you quote them directly) and hurting her feelings and she's having a hard life, and the board is like a child to her and she's having a nervous breakdown and crying all the time because we can't all get along with people who aren't really webstalking tweakers or racist misogynistic homophobes who threaten us with violence but are really just misunderstood (another case of Discordians twisting people's words, of course) and then she will spend a couple of days clinging to her shit-covered stick and screeching to defend it, and it'll only be after she feels well and truly backed into a corner that she will bust out "THIS IS MY HOUSE AND YOU ARE GUESTS HERE".

She has so far demonstrated that her greatest weakness is an absolute inability to admit she was wrong. Well, actually, that's her second-greatest weakness, after being for some reason compelled to defend people who exhibit abusive behavior.

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 18, 2011, 07:28:34 pm
According to Snakeman, Blacks only go to college to play sports, presumably because they aren't capable of actually learning.

That guy just gets better and better. If Wyldkat hadn't actually met him I'd think he was just a really good troll.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Dysfunctional Cunt on July 18, 2011, 07:29:50 pm
According to Snakeman, Blacks only go to college to play sports, presumably because they aren't capable of actually learning.

That guy just gets better and better. If Wyldkat hadn't actually met him I'd think he was just a really good troll.

Is Snakey married?  Has he ever said?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on July 18, 2011, 07:30:17 pm
I'm getting nauseus from all the hate I get each time I read snakeman's posts. :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on July 18, 2011, 07:30:39 pm
According to Snakeman, Blacks only go to college to play sports, presumably because they aren't capable of actually learning.

That guy just gets better and better. If Wyldkat hadn't actually met him I'd think he was just a really good troll.

Is Snakey married?  Has he ever said?

Ex-wife-in-progress.  The story is she cheated on him and got pregnant, and left him.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 18, 2011, 07:30:52 pm
According to Snakeman, Blacks only go to college to play sports, presumably because they aren't capable of actually learning.

That guy just gets better and better. If Wyldkat hadn't actually met him I'd think he was just a really good troll.

Is Snakey married?  Has he ever said?

His wife got pregnant from some other dude and left him, apparently.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Dysfunctional Cunt on July 18, 2011, 07:33:05 pm
According to Snakeman, Blacks only go to college to play sports, presumably because they aren't capable of actually learning.

That guy just gets better and better. If Wyldkat hadn't actually met him I'd think he was just a really good troll.

Is Snakey married?  Has he ever said?

His wife got pregnant from some other dude and left him, apparently.

 :evil:

Hmmmmm interesting.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 18, 2011, 07:47:23 pm
According to Snakeman, Blacks only go to college to play sports, presumably because they aren't capable of actually learning.

That guy just gets better and better. If Wyldkat hadn't actually met him I'd think he was just a really good troll.

Is Snakey married?  Has he ever said?

Ex-wife-in-progress.  The story is she cheated on him and got pregnant, and left him.

Betcha ANYTHING it didn't happen in that order.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 18, 2011, 07:49:14 pm
According to Snakeman, Blacks only go to college to play sports, presumably because they aren't capable of actually learning.

That guy just gets better and better. If Wyldkat hadn't actually met him I'd think he was just a really good troll.

Is Snakey married?  Has he ever said?

Ex-wife-in-progress.  The story is she cheated on him and got pregnant, and left him.

Betcha ANYTHING it didn't happen in that order.

Most likely.  But then again, anyone who'd marry him in the first place isn't going to be a supermodel brain surgeon.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 18, 2011, 07:56:50 pm
According to Snakeman, Blacks only go to college to play sports, presumably because they aren't capable of actually learning.

That guy just gets better and better. If Wyldkat hadn't actually met him I'd think he was just a really good troll.

Is Snakey married?  Has he ever said?

Ex-wife-in-progress.  The story is she cheated on him and got pregnant, and left him.

Betcha ANYTHING it didn't happen in that order.

Most likely.  But then again, anyone who'd marry him in the first place isn't going to be a supermodel brain surgeon.

This is very, very true. However, there's something about him that makes me think that his wife dumped him and moved on, but since they're still technically married he magically morphed it into "she's cheating on me" because that way he could blame the SLUTWHORE and not take any responsibility for the failure of his marriage.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 18, 2011, 07:58:01 pm
According to Snakeman, Blacks only go to college to play sports, presumably because they aren't capable of actually learning.

That guy just gets better and better. If Wyldkat hadn't actually met him I'd think he was just a really good troll.

Is Snakey married?  Has he ever said?

Ex-wife-in-progress.  The story is she cheated on him and got pregnant, and left him.

Betcha ANYTHING it didn't happen in that order.

Most likely.  But then again, anyone who'd marry him in the first place isn't going to be a supermodel brain surgeon.

This is very, very true. However, there's something about him that makes me think that his wife dumped him and moved on, but since they're still technically married he magically morphed it into "she's cheating on me" because that way he could blame the SLUTWHORE and not take any responsibility for the failure of his marriage.

The gambler in me refuses to touch that money with a ten foot pole.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Eve Hill on July 18, 2011, 08:06:20 pm
That'd be my guess too.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on July 18, 2011, 08:06:26 pm
Actually, I remember this happening while I was still on over at TCC.  He (and she) found out she was prego after they had spit, and some time after that it was determined it was the guy she had cheated with.


Maybe my brain is just in a weird place today, but I wouldn't actually blame her if she did cheat on him.  I doubt she was very happy in the first place, and unhappiness can make people do extreme things.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 18, 2011, 08:33:25 pm
Actually, I remember this happening while I was still on over at TCC.  He (and she) found out she was prego after they had spit, and some time after that it was determined it was the guy she had cheated with.


Maybe my brain is just in a weird place today, but I wouldn't actually blame her if she did cheat on him.  I doubt she was very happy in the first place, and unhappiness can make people do extreme things.

I remember it happening too, but even then there was something "off" in the way he presented it. Like, it came up, and someone asked him about it because his wife had moved out some time before, but they tried to get back together or something (or maybe just talking about it?) and then she found out she was pregnant.

And I wouldn't blame her for cheating on him, either. He's horrible.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Luna on July 18, 2011, 08:40:36 pm
You won't often see me approving of cheating, but my definition of cheating is a bit nonstandard.  If she had moved out, with the understanding that she wasn't coming back, and got pregnant before they discussed getting back together (if that WAS a discussion or him talking to a wall of HELL, NO), I wouldn't call that cheating.  Moving on before the last mess was cleaned up, yes, but not cheating.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on July 18, 2011, 08:51:46 pm
According to Snakeman, Blacks only go to college to play sports, presumably because they aren't capable of actually learning.

That guy just gets better and better. If Wyldkat hadn't actually met him I'd think he was just a really good troll.

Is Snakey married?  Has he ever said?

He used to be.  he's gone on at great length about his ex wife.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Dysfunctional Cunt on July 18, 2011, 08:57:18 pm
According to Snakeman, Blacks only go to college to play sports, presumably because they aren't capable of actually learning.

That guy just gets better and better. If Wyldkat hadn't actually met him I'd think he was just a really good troll.

Is Snakey married?  Has he ever said?

He used to be.  he's gone on at great length about his ex wife.


Awww that is so sweet, y'all think I pay attention to the fucker!  :lulz:

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Phox on July 18, 2011, 10:40:25 pm
You fucking ass hats.  :lulz:

Also, black/gold or navy/white is NOT a bad color combo.

Santa Rita HS,
gold/green.
No, I LIKE Navy and White. which is why I'm glad I'm not going to be anywhere near my old high school. I don't want to be mistaken for wearing the school colors.  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 26, 2011, 02:36:05 pm
I fucking quit as an admin there.

Apparently, trying to change things for the better without "consensus" is wrong, because it makes Wyldkat's e-penis shrivel up.

 :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Dysfunctional Cunt on July 26, 2011, 04:04:31 pm
They should name it what it really is, Wyldkat's Outhouse.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Eve Hill on July 26, 2011, 05:20:01 pm
I fucking quit as an admin there.

Apparently, trying to change things for the better without "consensus" is wrong, because it makes Wyldkat's e-penis shrivel up.

 :lulz:

I liked your descriptions of the Fight Club. They were funny! And better than what was originally there. I'm disgusted she got a bug up her ass over that, too.


 :lulz: @ "Wyldkat's Outhouse. *two thumbs up* 
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 26, 2011, 05:40:33 pm
I fucking quit as an admin there.

Apparently, trying to change things for the better without "consensus" is wrong, because it makes Wyldkat's e-penis shrivel up.

 :lulz:

I liked your descriptions of the Fight Club. They were funny! And better than what was originally there. I'm disgusted she got a bug up her ass over that, too.


 :lulz: @ "Wyldkat's Outhouse. *two thumbs up* 

Frankly, I'm shocked that I was shocked.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 26, 2011, 05:50:56 pm
Fucking hell she seems like a miserable person.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 26, 2011, 05:53:26 pm
Fucking hell she seems like a miserable person.

Well, she seems to think that the problem with racists and misogynists is that everyone complains about them, which makes her all woozy & confused.  If we all just ignored the stupid threats and the horrible bigotry and played nice, everything would be fine.

I'm pretty sure that's the definition of the old term "A Good German".
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cain on July 26, 2011, 06:09:20 pm
Fucking hell she seems like a miserable person.

Well, she seems to think that the problem with racists and misogynists is that everyone complains about them, which makes her all woozy & confused.  If we all just ignored the stupid threats and the horrible bigotry and played nice, everything would be fine.

I'm pretty sure that's the definition of the old term "A Good German".

Note: this has completely nothing to do with any medication she may or may not be taking currently.  At all.  No siree.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 26, 2011, 06:20:55 pm
Fucking hell she seems like a miserable person.

Well, she seems to think that the problem with racists and misogynists is that everyone complains about them, which makes her all woozy & confused.  If we all just ignored the stupid threats and the horrible bigotry and played nice, everything would be fine.

I'm pretty sure that's the definition of the old term "A Good German".

Note: this has completely nothing to do with any medication she may or may not be taking currently.  At all.  No siree.

Balls to that.  She's responsible for her actions.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Elder Iptuous on July 26, 2011, 07:23:03 pm
those are not incompatible viewpoints.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on July 26, 2011, 10:22:25 pm
"STOP SAYING BAD THINGS ABOUT OUR SAUSAGE FACTORIES!!!!! HAVE A LITTLE COMMON COURTESY!!1!!"
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Eve Hill on July 26, 2011, 10:35:32 pm
 :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 26, 2011, 11:28:53 pm
I fucking quit as an admin there.

Apparently, trying to change things for the better without "consensus" is wrong, because it makes Wyldkat's e-penis shrivel up.

 :lulz:

I liked your descriptions of the Fight Club. They were funny! And better than what was originally there. I'm disgusted she got a bug up her ass over that, too.


 :lulz: @ "Wyldkat's Outhouse. *two thumbs up* 

Nobody gets to be "funny" or think for themselves there. It all requires a CONCENSUS, and must be REAL SERIOUS.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 26, 2011, 11:30:27 pm
Also, I think CPD should get the fuck out as soon as she can before she gets too sucked into Wyldkat's world. That chick is sick and fucked up, and is looking for people who will validate her.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 26, 2011, 11:33:45 pm
Also, I think CPD should get the fuck out as soon as she can before she gets too sucked into Wyldkat's world. That chick is sick and fucked up, and is looking for people who will validate her.

Wyldkat is basically trying to make CPD into her clone.

Might even be succeeding.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on July 26, 2011, 11:37:03 pm
Anybody who's not her clone has no COMMON COURTESY.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: *GrumpButt* on July 27, 2011, 12:06:59 am
Stuck behind the log-in wall. Still waiting on an acceptance email. >.>
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 27, 2011, 12:09:44 am
Stuck behind the log-in wall. Still waiting on an acceptance email. >.>

Hey, kiddo!

I'd help you, but I only just got demodded.   :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on July 27, 2011, 12:10:30 am
GrumpButt's joining? Woohoo!  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: *GrumpButt* on July 27, 2011, 12:12:04 am
Hey guys <3

Missed this place a metric shit-ton!

Can't wait to get innnn there.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on July 27, 2011, 02:23:47 am
You should be approved now GB, if not let me know.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on July 27, 2011, 04:05:34 am
Haven't seen you on fapbook for awhile either, GB...you've been offline?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: *GrumpButt* on July 27, 2011, 04:16:29 am
More offline than on.  Have been haunting the Fb the past few days, catching up on all the crap in my inbox and such.  :wink:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on July 27, 2011, 06:23:20 am
Also, I think CPD should get the fuck out as soon as she can before she gets too sucked into Wyldkat's world. That chick is sick and fucked up, and is looking for people who will validate her.

Wyldkat is basically trying to make CPD into her clone.

Might even be succeeding.

The timing of this is amusing.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 27, 2011, 01:49:15 pm
Also, I think CPD should get the fuck out as soon as she can before she gets too sucked into Wyldkat's world. That chick is sick and fucked up, and is looking for people who will validate her.

Wyldkat is basically trying to make CPD into her clone.

Might even be succeeding.

The timing of this is amusing.

Let us in on the joke.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on July 27, 2011, 02:34:15 pm
Also, I think CPD should get the fuck out as soon as she can before she gets too sucked into Wyldkat's world. That chick is sick and fucked up, and is looking for people who will validate her.

Wyldkat is basically trying to make CPD into her clone.

Might even be succeeding.

The timing of this is amusing.

Let us in on the joke.

She sent a post letting us know that she didn't have time to admin right about the same time as that was put up.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 27, 2011, 02:37:11 pm
Also, I think CPD should get the fuck out as soon as she can before she gets too sucked into Wyldkat's world. That chick is sick and fucked up, and is looking for people who will validate her.

Wyldkat is basically trying to make CPD into her clone.

Might even be succeeding.

The timing of this is amusing.

Let us in on the joke.

She sent a post letting us know that she didn't have time to admin right about the same time as that was put up.

Things are really banging right along, aren't they?  Bloop has taken her content down, I'm doing the same, and Snakeman's was all plagiarized.

Best.

Forum.

Ever.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Dysfunctional Cunt on July 27, 2011, 03:19:43 pm
I never put any content up.  I'm glad I didn't.  I was willing to give WK the benefit of the doubt.  Now I'm just going to make terrible fun of everyone and everything.....

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 27, 2011, 06:33:55 pm
Also, I think CPD should get the fuck out as soon as she can before she gets too sucked into Wyldkat's world. That chick is sick and fucked up, and is looking for people who will validate her.

Wyldkat is basically trying to make CPD into her clone.

Might even be succeeding.

The timing of this is amusing.

Good job, I'm glad you got the hell out.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 27, 2011, 06:34:37 pm
Wyldkat keeps posting plagiarized content as well. Walls of it. In what way is that useful or productive for the forum?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on July 27, 2011, 06:35:09 pm
Also, I think CPD should get the fuck out as soon as she can before she gets too sucked into Wyldkat's world. That chick is sick and fucked up, and is looking for people who will validate her.

Wyldkat is basically trying to make CPD into her clone.

Might even be succeeding.

The timing of this is amusing.

Let us in on the joke.

She sent a post letting us know that she didn't have time to admin right about the same time as that was put up.

Things are really banging right along, aren't they?  Bloop has taken her content down, I'm doing the same, and Snakeman's was all plagiarized.

Best.

Forum.

Ever.

Some of bloop's content is going back up.  

Poor thing has a case of the Honor. :(
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: *GrumpButt* on July 27, 2011, 06:42:24 pm
Oh wait..  Were we really going to give this site a chance?  I thought it was all shits and giggles. I had just planned on being mean as hell to everything that typed over there..
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 27, 2011, 06:43:42 pm
Oh wait..  Were we really going to give this site a chance?  I thought it was all shits and giggles. I had just planned on being mean as hell to everything that typed over there..

It had its chance.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Dysfunctional Cunt on July 27, 2011, 06:46:32 pm
Oh wait..  Were we really going to give this site a chance?  I thought it was all shits and giggles. I had just planned on being mean as hell to everything that typed over there..

We were....  As for now with this latest bullshit, I'm not thinking it matters if we give it a chance or not.  The TCC managment style has proven again and again to not be effective at anything other than pissing people off and that is WK's style unfortunately.  

Sadder still is that with only 2 mods there can never be a fair "consensus" that WK is always wanting and jabbering on about and who do you think will be casting the tie breaking vote?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: *GrumpButt* on July 27, 2011, 06:48:48 pm
Blahhh.. I can not stand that Wk chick. CAN NOT..

And if you guys have given it a chance and it's fail all over the place then Ok, I won't do anything but be me then.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Dysfunctional Cunt on July 27, 2011, 06:52:49 pm
Interesting side note.  WK has been in their chat room every time I've popped in today.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: *GrumpButt* on July 27, 2011, 06:54:53 pm
Yes she has lol.

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 27, 2011, 07:50:32 pm
Pathetic, bored thing.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on July 27, 2011, 08:38:55 pm
I'm going to puke, I am so disgusted with her.  Not even hyperbole.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Dysfunctional Cunt on July 27, 2011, 08:41:27 pm
This is the thing.  She has admitted she dislikes BHG.  It's only a matter of time before she admits she despises the rest of us.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 27, 2011, 09:09:17 pm
True. She only seems to like people who goosestep for her.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 27, 2011, 09:10:25 pm
I am trying to figure out Sita's deal. She seems nice enough, but all the excuses in the weight loss thread are just baffling. He husband sounds like a complete dick and not good for her at all.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Sita on July 27, 2011, 09:12:57 pm
I am trying to figure out Sita's deal. She seems nice enough, but all the excuses in the weight loss thread are just baffling. He husband sounds like a complete dick and not good for her at all.
heh, welcome to the club of anyone that has met me
There's a reason I have no friends
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 27, 2011, 09:37:38 pm
I am trying to figure out Sita's deal. She seems nice enough, but all the excuses in the weight loss thread are just baffling. He husband sounds like a complete dick and not good for her at all.
heh, welcome to the club of anyone that has met me
There's a reason I have no friends

He's the reason you have no friends?

Girl, you have to get out of there. That shit just holds you down.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Sita on July 27, 2011, 09:54:46 pm
I am trying to figure out Sita's deal. She seems nice enough, but all the excuses in the weight loss thread are just baffling. He husband sounds like a complete dick and not good for her at all.
heh, welcome to the club of anyone that has met me
There's a reason I have no friends

He's the reason you have no friends?

Girl, you have to get out of there. That shit just holds you down.
No, he has nothing to do with it. He'd be happy if I had some friends.

The reason is that no one wants to deal with me, or at least that's the way it seems to me. I'm either too shy, too quiet or too complicated to understand.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 27, 2011, 09:57:49 pm
I am trying to figure out Sita's deal. She seems nice enough, but all the excuses in the weight loss thread are just baffling. He husband sounds like a complete dick and not good for her at all.
heh, welcome to the club of anyone that has met me
There's a reason I have no friends

He's the reason you have no friends?

Girl, you have to get out of there. That shit just holds you down.
No, he has nothing to do with it. He'd be happy if I had some friends.

The reason is that no one wants to deal with me, or at least that's the way it seems to me. I'm either too shy, too quiet or too complicated to understand.

"Too complicated" is usually a code for "Inconsistent".  I've heard it before.

The thing is, you can either accept being that way, or look for a new way to be. It's a choice. You could read self-help books and practice being the person you want to be, if you chose.

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Dysfunctional Cunt on July 27, 2011, 10:34:25 pm
Sita, you need to come visit me or Nigel for a week.  We'll get you on the right path!!!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 27, 2011, 10:36:25 pm
Sita, you need to come visit me or Nigel for a week.  We'll get you on the right path!!!

Responsibility boot camp!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Sita on July 27, 2011, 11:24:34 pm
Sita, you need to come visit me or Nigel for a week.  We'll get you on the right path!!!

Responsibility boot camp!
Could be fun :)
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: *GrumpButt* on July 27, 2011, 11:32:43 pm
Hey there Sita.

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on July 28, 2011, 04:23:47 am
Wyldkat keeps posting plagiarized content as well. Walls of it. In what way is that useful or productive for the forum?

Can you point me at it?

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on July 28, 2011, 04:26:26 am
Oh wait..  Were we really going to give this site a chance?  I thought it was all shits and giggles. I had just planned on being mean as hell to everything that typed over there..

At worst WK burns out and pulls the plug.

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 28, 2011, 07:55:41 am
Wyldkat keeps posting plagiarized content as well. Walls of it. In what way is that useful or productive for the forum?

Can you point me at it?



That story by DJ Conway, for starters. ALL of the songs she posted should be checked for copyright. People tend to assume that because someone email forwarded them something or they've seen it in several places that it's public domain, yet most of the time that is not the case.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on July 28, 2011, 04:57:24 pm
Thanks Nigel.  I'll check out the songs,  I'm expecting them not to be a problem because they are adaptations of traditionals, but better safe than sorry.

I would like to say, watching CU explode.  I know it's not much but as both a Pagan and a Utopian I am glad that I am not as bad as EBS or Captain Utopia.

I know that's like a pagan communist being glad they aren't as bad as Hitler (well, he wasn't pagan but Nordic Paganism was a big part of Nazism) or Stalin.  But you know what?  I'll take what I can get.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 28, 2011, 05:30:10 pm
Thanks Nigel.  I'll check out the songs,  I'm expecting them not to be a problem because they are adaptations of traditionals, but better safe than sorry.

I would like to say, watching CU explode.  I know it's not much but as both a Pagan and a Utopian I am glad that I am not as bad as EBS or Captain Utopia.

I know that's like a pagan communist being glad they aren't as bad as Hitler (well, he wasn't pagan but Nordic Paganism was a big part of Nazism) or Stalin.  But you know what?  I'll take what I can get.

They are adaptations, but the words are copyrighted to the person who wrote the adaptation unless they put them in the public domain. Which they may well have, but it's foolish and unethical to just assume that they did.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on July 30, 2011, 01:03:01 am
HAW HAW
hxxp://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php?topic=29.msg8382;topicseen#new
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 30, 2011, 01:08:03 am
HAW HAW
hxxp://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php?topic=29.msg8382;topicseen#new

She acts like a 12-year-old. I am horrified because isn't this the one who says she has three kids?

On another note, have you noticed that most of the time, only dishonest people and backpedalers accuse others of "twisting their words"? Honest people say things like "This is a misunderstanding" or "Let me rephrase that more clearly".
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on July 30, 2011, 01:13:47 am
HAW HAW
hxxp://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php?topic=29.msg8382;topicseen#new

She acts like a 12-year-old. I am horrified because isn't this the one who says she has three kids?

On another note, have you noticed that most of the time, only dishonest people and backpedalers accuse others of "twisting their words"? Honest people say things like "This is a misunderstanding" or "Let me rephrase that more clearly".

Some of them actually seem to believe they're being twisted. I think it's a narcissism thing.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on July 30, 2011, 01:16:01 am
Kind of like this hxxp://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php?topic=149.msg8386#msg8386
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 30, 2011, 01:16:42 am
AND, did you see she has a forum? hxxp://wiccaforyouths.webs.com/apps/forums/ (I would never troll other people's children, but my children would).

OH SWEET MERCIFUL FUCK please tell me that if 1990 is her birth date, that she's NOT the one with three kids?



Oh my darling pterodactyls. It is, and SHE IS. I guess that explains the grammar... who has time to learn when they've been busy having THREE KIDS BEFORE THEY TURN TWENTY?

I'm going to keep tabs on this one just to watch it crash and burn. Worst idea ever.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Dysfunctional Cunt on July 30, 2011, 02:04:44 am
AND, did you see she has a forum? hxxp://wiccaforyouths.webs.com/apps/forums/ (I would never troll other people's children, but my children would).

OH SWEET MERCIFUL FUCK please tell me that if 1990 is her birth date, that she's NOT the one with three kids?



Oh my darling pterodactyls. It is, and SHE IS. I guess that explains the grammar... who has time to learn when they've been busy having THREE KIDS BEFORE THEY TURN TWENTY?

I'm going to keep tabs on this one just to watch it crash and burn. Worst idea ever.

Oh thank god someone else is seeing the same thing. I have refrained from calling her a skank and limited my bitching to he sheer stupidity and inability.

Also does it not scream pedo hunting ground or is that just me?

My kids have not been approved yet...  They are actually quite excited. It's Joy's first troll.

Sniffle sniffle they grow up so fast.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Luna on July 30, 2011, 02:08:17 am
AND, did you see she has a forum? hxxp://wiccaforyouths.webs.com/apps/forums/ (I would never troll other people's children, but my children would).

OH SWEET MERCIFUL FUCK please tell me that if 1990 is her birth date, that she's NOT the one with three kids?



Oh my darling pterodactyls. It is, and SHE IS. I guess that explains the grammar... who has time to learn when they've been busy having THREE KIDS BEFORE THEY TURN TWENTY?

I'm going to keep tabs on this one just to watch it crash and burn. Worst idea ever.

Oh thank god someone else is seeing the same thing. I have refrained from calling her a skank and limited my bitching to he sheer stupidity and inability.

Also does it not scream pedo hunting ground or is that just me?

My kids have not been approved yet...  They are actually quite excited. It's Joy's first troll.

Sniffle sniffle they grow up so fast.


Oh, how sweet!  Screenshots required, train 'em early!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 30, 2011, 03:09:51 am
AND, did you see she has a forum? hxxp://wiccaforyouths.webs.com/apps/forums/ (I would never troll other people's children, but my children would).

OH SWEET MERCIFUL FUCK please tell me that if 1990 is her birth date, that she's NOT the one with three kids?



Oh my darling pterodactyls. It is, and SHE IS. I guess that explains the grammar... who has time to learn when they've been busy having THREE KIDS BEFORE THEY TURN TWENTY?

I'm going to keep tabs on this one just to watch it crash and burn. Worst idea ever.

Oh thank god someone else is seeing the same thing. I have refrained from calling her a skank and limited my bitching to he sheer stupidity and inability.

Also does it not scream pedo hunting ground or is that just me?

My kids have not been approved yet...  They are actually quite excited. It's Joy's first troll.

Sniffle sniffle they grow up so fast.


Yeah, actually, "pedo stalking ground" was my first thought... and then my second thought was "Oh, yay, troll training wheels!"
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on July 30, 2011, 03:34:26 am
AND, did you see she has a forum? hxxp://wiccaforyouths.webs.com/apps/forums/ (I would never troll other people's children, but my children would).

OH SWEET MERCIFUL FUCK please tell me that if 1990 is her birth date, that she's NOT the one with three kids?



Oh my darling pterodactyls. It is, and SHE IS. I guess that explains the grammar... who has time to learn when they've been busy having THREE KIDS BEFORE THEY TURN TWENTY?

I'm going to keep tabs on this one just to watch it crash and burn. Worst idea ever.

Oh thank god someone else is seeing the same thing. I have refrained from calling her a skank and limited my bitching to he sheer stupidity and inability.

Also does it not scream pedo hunting ground or is that just me?

My kids have not been approved yet...  They are actually quite excited. It's Joy's first troll.

Sniffle sniffle they grow up so fast.


Yeah, actually, "pedo stalking ground" was my first thought... and then my second thought was "Oh, yay, troll training wheels!"

WyldKat and Nixie are "helping" her, but they're emotionally stuck at about twelve anyway, so no problem.

I'm going to make some popcorn to celebrate this rite of passage.  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on July 30, 2011, 03:38:35 am
AND, did you see she has a forum? hxxp://wiccaforyouths.webs.com/apps/forums/ (I would never troll other people's children, but my children would).

OH SWEET MERCIFUL FUCK please tell me that if 1990 is her birth date, that she's NOT the one with three kids?



Oh my darling pterodactyls. It is, and SHE IS. I guess that explains the grammar... who has time to learn when they've been busy having THREE KIDS BEFORE THEY TURN TWENTY?

I'm going to keep tabs on this one just to watch it crash and burn. Worst idea ever.

Oh thank god someone else is seeing the same thing. I have refrained from calling her a skank and limited my bitching to he sheer stupidity and inability.

Also does it not scream pedo hunting ground or is that just me?

My kids have not been approved yet...  They are actually quite excited. It's Joy's first troll.

Sniffle sniffle they grow up so fast.


I've also been avoiding bringing up the whole, how are you a mother of three and only 21 thing.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Luna on July 30, 2011, 04:01:20 am
AND, did you see she has a forum? hxxp://wiccaforyouths.webs.com/apps/forums/ (I would never troll other people's children, but my children would).

OH SWEET MERCIFUL FUCK please tell me that if 1990 is her birth date, that she's NOT the one with three kids?



Oh my darling pterodactyls. It is, and SHE IS. I guess that explains the grammar... who has time to learn when they've been busy having THREE KIDS BEFORE THEY TURN TWENTY?

I'm going to keep tabs on this one just to watch it crash and burn. Worst idea ever.

Oh thank god someone else is seeing the same thing. I have refrained from calling her a skank and limited my bitching to he sheer stupidity and inability.

Also does it not scream pedo hunting ground or is that just me?

My kids have not been approved yet...  They are actually quite excited. It's Joy's first troll.

Sniffle sniffle they grow up so fast.


I've also been avoiding bringing up the whole, how are you a mother of three and only 21 thing.

The horrible thing that wants to come out of my mouth is, "experience with pedos."
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on July 30, 2011, 04:10:31 am
Yeah. That.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on July 30, 2011, 05:35:00 am
I have no words.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on July 30, 2011, 06:34:15 am
WICCA

BEST RELIGION EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 30, 2011, 04:37:24 pm
AND, did you see she has a forum? hxxp://wiccaforyouths.webs.com/apps/forums/ (I would never troll other people's children, but my children would).

OH SWEET MERCIFUL FUCK please tell me that if 1990 is her birth date, that she's NOT the one with three kids?



Oh my darling pterodactyls. It is, and SHE IS. I guess that explains the grammar... who has time to learn when they've been busy having THREE KIDS BEFORE THEY TURN TWENTY?

I'm going to keep tabs on this one just to watch it crash and burn. Worst idea ever.

Oh thank god someone else is seeing the same thing. I have refrained from calling her a skank and limited my bitching to he sheer stupidity and inability.

Also does it not scream pedo hunting ground or is that just me?

My kids have not been approved yet...  They are actually quite excited. It's Joy's first troll.

Sniffle sniffle they grow up so fast.


I've also been avoiding bringing up the whole, how are you a mother of three and only 21 thing.

The horrible thing that wants to come out of my mouth is, "experience with pedos."

Um, yeah.

:vom:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Jenne on July 30, 2011, 05:14:23 pm
...my sil was 22 (almost 23) when she had 3 kids (shotgun wedding with my brother at 19, pg with her first, then boy-girl twins 3 years later)...and she's the one divorcing him right now.

So, though I don't recommend early marriage + kids...it's not always a pedo sitch, just saying.

Jenne,

born to a 17 year old and an 18 year old--guess who was 17?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on July 30, 2011, 09:44:48 pm
Having doubts that Lena is Greek based on PMs from it.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 30, 2011, 09:47:58 pm
...my sil was 22 (almost 23) when she had 3 kids (shotgun wedding with my brother at 19, pg with her first, then boy-girl twins 3 years later)...and she's the one divorcing him right now.

So, though I don't recommend early marriage + kids...it's not always a pedo sitch, just saying.

Jenne,

born to a 17 year old and an 18 year old--guess who was 17?

Yeah, she could have started when she was 17 and had three in a row, sure.

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Telarus on July 30, 2011, 10:33:36 pm
Having doubts that Lena is Greek based on PMs from it.

Iiiiiiinteresting.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on July 30, 2011, 10:44:00 pm
Having doubts that Lena is Greek based on PMs from it.

Iiiiiiinteresting.

It is also trying to start shit with me with a potential of trying to datamine US Gov procedures from me.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Dysfunctional Cunt on July 30, 2011, 11:21:49 pm
Having doubts that Lena is Greek based on PMs from it.

Iiiiiiinteresting.

Her IP is Greece but I've said for a while now that she plays the english is my second language bullshit to randomly.

Lena is one worthless human being. 
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 31, 2011, 12:13:23 am
Having doubts that Lena is Greek based on PMs from it.

Iiiiiiinteresting.

Her IP is Greece but I've said for a while now that she plays the english is my second language bullshit to randomly.

Lena is one worthless human being. 

I dislike Lena immensely and don't trust a single word out of her mouth to be factual.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on July 31, 2011, 04:38:47 am
Having doubts that Lena is Greek based on PMs from it.

Iiiiiiinteresting.

Her IP is Greece but I've said for a while now that she plays the english is my second language bullshit to randomly.

Lena is one worthless human being. 

I'm starting to notice that. Sometimes she seems a little too fluent for someone who posts in broken English.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on July 31, 2011, 06:59:31 am
She always seemed like an alt to me.

Also, the boyfriend I had as a teenager was in his early 20's and not a pedo...but I didn't have three kids.  :p
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on July 31, 2011, 07:01:36 am
Having doubts that Lena is Greek based on PMs from it.

Iiiiiiinteresting.

Her IP is Greece but I've said for a while now that she plays the english is my second language bullshit to randomly.

Lena is one worthless human being. 

I'm starting to notice that. Sometimes she seems a little too fluent for someone who posts in broken English.

It's the sporadic usage of American idioms that has always made me think it's a native English speaker and an American.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on July 31, 2011, 07:23:08 am
Having doubts that Lena is Greek based on PMs from it.

Iiiiiiinteresting.

Her IP is Greece but I've said for a while now that she plays the english is my second language bullshit to randomly.

Lena is one worthless human being. 

I'm starting to notice that. Sometimes she seems a little too fluent for someone who posts in broken English.

It's the sporadic usage of American idioms that has always made me think it's a native English speaker and an American.

Interesting....
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 31, 2011, 07:56:26 am
I am going to poomp all over everything until the passive-aggressive shit is all gone.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on July 31, 2011, 08:04:55 am
It's the only way.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on July 31, 2011, 08:18:00 am
SUPPORT OUT POOMPS.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Eve Hill on July 31, 2011, 12:26:15 pm
Oh hell yeah!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Luna on July 31, 2011, 12:42:00 pm
SUPPORT OUT POOMPS.

(http://i1141.photobucket.com/albums/n595/Luna0219/PeeDee/Ribbon.jpg)
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on July 31, 2011, 03:57:57 pm
SUPPORT OUT POOMPS.

(http://i1141.photobucket.com/albums/n595/Luna0219/PeeDee/Ribbon.jpg)

Can I use that in my sig there?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Luna on July 31, 2011, 06:55:38 pm
SUPPORT OUT POOMPS.

(http://i1141.photobucket.com/albums/n595/Luna0219/PeeDee/Ribbon.jpg)

Can I use that in my sig there?

Absolutely, up for grabs.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 31, 2011, 07:38:50 pm
I am, for some mysterious reason, an admin at t he wicca for teens site.  :? :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on July 31, 2011, 07:40:41 pm
I am, for some mysterious reason, an admin at t he wicca for teens site.  :? :lulz:

YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on July 31, 2011, 07:43:25 pm
I am, for some mysterious reason, an admin at t he wicca for teens site.  :? :lulz:

Did you add your picture or was it done for you?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 31, 2011, 07:47:39 pm
I am, for some mysterious reason, an admin at t he wicca for teens site.  :? :lulz:

Did you add your picture or was it done for you?

I added it.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 31, 2011, 07:48:26 pm
I am, for some mysterious reason, an admin at t he wicca for teens site.  :? :lulz:

YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO.

Actually, I have no idea. Because no way will I fuck with kids. I'm just...  :?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cain on July 31, 2011, 07:59:54 pm
I will, if you wont.  Make me an account and promote me.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on July 31, 2011, 08:05:06 pm
DO IT!  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 31, 2011, 08:06:50 pm
I don't know how... I'll fuck around with it later, I'm out of the house for probably the rest of the day.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on August 01, 2011, 06:18:08 am
I am, for some mysterious reason, an admin at t he wicca for teens site.  :? :lulz:

YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO.

Actually, I have no idea. Because no way will I fuck with kids. I'm just...  :?

Well, I was thinking you should be going for "Tell them the Truth, the HORRIBLE TRUTH" route.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on August 01, 2011, 06:42:45 am
I am, for some mysterious reason, an admin at t he wicca for teens site.  :? :lulz:

YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO.

Actually, I have no idea. Because no way will I fuck with kids. I'm just...  :?

Well, I was thinking you should be going for "Tell them the Truth, the HORRIBLE TRUTH" route.

Yesssss. TELL THEM ALL ABOUT WICCA
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cain on August 01, 2011, 10:37:00 am
There is no-one there to tell anything to, except Nixie and the site owner.  And "Ash", if that isn't one of us.

Also:

Quote
Ok so you're probaly wondering what this site is all about.Well this page is for young wiccans to chat disscuss and learn about wicca.Wicca is a religon not just for fun so no time wasters please    

  i will be adding information as i have time so i hope you enjoy you're time .I myself have been studingfor a year and a half roughly.i am looking for experienced wiccans to help with this site.

 

blessed be

 :x
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on August 01, 2011, 03:17:19 pm
There is no-one there to tell anything to, except Nixie and the site owner.  And "Ash", if that isn't one of us.

Also:

Quote
Ok so you're probaly wondering what this site is all about.Well this page is for young wiccans to chat disscuss and learn about wicca.Wicca is a religon not just for fun so no time wasters please    

  i will be adding information as i have time so i hope you enjoy you're time .I myself have been studingfor a year and a half roughly.i am looking for experienced wiccans to help with this site.

 

blessed be

 :x

An editor who actually can write English would be nice too.

Is she brain damaged or something?

Oh god, is she EBS' fiancee?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Dysfunctional Cunt on August 01, 2011, 04:09:09 pm
Interesting how she says she has been studying for a year and a day after I mentioned that in my what the fuck are you doing question in the bar thread at TSC.  Also interesting is this from TCC.....

Note the date....

Quote
July 01, 2011, 06:01:54 AM » Quote=kmk1230

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I've been reading books n doing some meditation but needing help to get started
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 01, 2011, 04:21:56 pm
Interesting how she says she has been studying for a year and a day after I mentioned that in my what the fuck are you doing question in the bar thread at TSC.  Also interesting is this from TCC.....

Note the date....

Quote
July 01, 2011, 06:01:54 AM » Quote=kmk1230

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

I've been reading books n doing some meditation but needing help to get started

Um, wow. So she's "needing help getting started" but has been "studying for a year and a half".

Pick one, girl...

I am seeing a real trend in Internet pagans, which is that people who have low self-esteem and no position in their IRL communities start or become mods on forums in order to feel elevated/special. It explains the power-tripping and the overall tendency to complete ignorance.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on August 01, 2011, 08:53:52 pm
Interesting how she says she has been studying for a year and a day after I mentioned that in my what the fuck are you doing question in the bar thread at TSC.  Also interesting is this from TCC.....

Note the date....

Quote
July 01, 2011, 06:01:54 AM » Quote=kmk1230

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

I've been reading books n doing some meditation but needing help to get started

Um, wow. So she's "needing help getting started" but has been "studying for a year and a half".

Pick one, girl...

I am seeing a real trend in Internet pagans, which is that people who have low self-esteem and no position in their IRL communities start or become mods on forums in order to feel elevated/special. It explains the power-tripping and the overall tendency to complete ignorance.

That's paganism in general: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZAwOYUyry8

Too bad it cuts off just before the guy puts a "curse" on his boss from behind the shelves.  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Luna on August 01, 2011, 09:32:08 pm

Um, wow. So she's "needing help getting started" but has been "studying for a year and a half".

Pick one, girl...


Could very well be both...  See, she bought her first BOOK a year and a half ago... it's just taken her that long to get through the first couple chapters...
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cainad (dec.) on August 01, 2011, 09:40:54 pm

Um, wow. So she's "needing help getting started" but has been "studying for a year and a half".

Pick one, girl...


Could very well be both...  See, she bought her first BOOK a year and a half ago... it's just taken her that long to get through the first couple chapters...

There's no pictures! :x
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 01, 2011, 09:46:28 pm
 :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on August 01, 2011, 11:22:52 pm
I THOUGHT ALL WIKKA BOOKS HAD PICTURES OF PEOPLE WALKING AROUND IN ROBES WITH CRYSTAL-TIPPED WANDS AND LOTS OF SILVER JEWELRY?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on August 01, 2011, 11:26:28 pm
I THOUGHT ALL WIKKA BOOKS HAD PICTURES OF PEOPLE WALKING AROUND IN ROBES WITH CRYSTAL-TIPPED WANDS AND LOTS OF SILVER JEWELRY?

 :lulz:

The only one I own with pictures has a bunch of nekkid wimmenz. :fap:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on August 02, 2011, 12:01:55 am
Lol witch one is that?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Luna on August 02, 2011, 12:07:14 am
I THOUGHT ALL WIKKA BOOKS HAD PICTURES OF PEOPLE WALKING AROUND IN ROBES WITH CRYSTAL-TIPPED WANDS AND LOTS OF SILVER JEWELRY?

 :lulz:

The only one I own with pictures has a bunch of nekkid wimmenz. :fap:

Hustler is NOT a Wikka book, Coyote.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on August 02, 2011, 12:24:28 am
I THOUGHT ALL WIKKA BOOKS HAD PICTURES OF PEOPLE WALKING AROUND IN ROBES WITH CRYSTAL-TIPPED WANDS AND LOTS OF SILVER JEWELRY?

 :lulz:

The only one I own with pictures has a bunch of nekkid wimmenz. :fap:

Hustler is NOT a Wikka book, Coyote.


SHUSH!!!

I'M CHARGING MAH SIGILZ!!!!!!!!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on August 02, 2011, 12:25:39 am
Why not?

They both have nekkid people.

They both get persecuted by christians.

HUSTLER IS A TRAD!!!! LARRY FLYNT IS A HP!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Luna on August 02, 2011, 12:43:57 am
I THOUGHT ALL WIKKA BOOKS HAD PICTURES OF PEOPLE WALKING AROUND IN ROBES WITH CRYSTAL-TIPPED WANDS AND LOTS OF SILVER JEWELRY?

 :lulz:

The only one I own with pictures has a bunch of nekkid wimmenz. :fap:

Hustler is NOT a Wikka book, Coyote.


SHUSH!!!

I'M CHARGING MAH SIGILZ!!!!!!!!

Is THAT what they're calling it these days?  If you don't stop it, you'll go blind, you know...
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 02, 2011, 12:48:14 am
Why not?

They both have nekkid people.

They both get persecuted by christians.

HUSTLER IS A TRAD!!!! LARRY FLYNT IS A HP!

I smell an AWESOME troll brewing...
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Luna on August 02, 2011, 12:50:44 am
Why not?

They both have nekkid people.

They both get persecuted by christians.

HUSTLER IS A TRAD!!!! LARRY FLYNT IS A HP!

I smell an AWESOME troll brewing...

What have I done?   :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on August 02, 2011, 01:03:06 am
Why not?

They both have nekkid people.

They both get persecuted by christians.

HUSTLER IS A TRAD!!!! LARRY FLYNT IS A HP!

I smell an AWESOME troll brewing...

What have I done?   :lulz:

 :fap: :fap: :fap:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on August 02, 2011, 04:09:49 am
//rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php?topic=329.msg9163#msg9163

Owner card pulled. :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 02, 2011, 04:11:35 am
CANT STOP LAUGHING.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 02, 2011, 04:37:55 am
Yeah, I'm done. It was funny but I can feel bile in my throat. I have nothing but HATE for WK and I have better fish to fry.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on August 02, 2011, 07:06:25 am
Yeah, agreed.  I'm not going anywhere, but I certainly won't make the mistake of wasting content on them, either.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 02, 2011, 07:11:01 am
That was SO ULTIMATELY PREDICTABLE.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on August 02, 2011, 07:15:32 am
I wonder how much they want for the database?
I think I got the cash to set up server space.

Not that I would waste my money on a pagan forum. :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on August 02, 2011, 07:49:59 am
To be honest, I only signed up for the potential lulz.  If I had any misguided sense of "hey, I should try and help WK stop being so..... herself!" it was merely a product of too many drugs.  Or perhaps not enough.



PILLZ HERE.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 02, 2011, 07:54:02 am
Right. I will be setting up shop.

Fuck those guys.

Don't fuck with me Coyote, I'll need whatever help I can get.

ROGER GETS A PAGAN ROMANCE SECTION. Whether he likes it or not.

You've been warned.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on August 02, 2011, 07:56:27 am
Right. I will be setting up shop.

Fuck those guys.

Don't fuck with me Coyote, I'll need whatever help I can get.

ROGER GETS A PAGAN ROMANCE SECTION. Whether he likes it or not.

You've been warned.

I only fuck with people who deserve it. For a given value of "deserve" and "it"

You should be safe. :lulz:

I'll even help.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Juana on August 02, 2011, 08:01:46 am
ROGER GETS A PAGAN ROMANCE SECTION. Whether he likes it or not.
:lulz: I may register, just for that.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on August 02, 2011, 08:07:13 am
He's going to get to work and see this and be all "WHAT THE FUCK IS THIS SHIT"  and everyone in the entire Tucson region (Oro Valley to Sahuarita, South Tucson to Rita Ranch) is going to go OHGAWD NOT AGAIN.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 02, 2011, 08:18:07 am
Right. I will be setting up shop.

Fuck those guys.

Don't fuck with me Coyote, I'll need whatever help I can get.

ROGER GETS A PAGAN ROMANCE SECTION. Whether he likes it or not.

You've been warned.

Oh, this is MONEY.  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 02, 2011, 08:52:49 am
Okay if any of you spags know shit about hosting forums on servers, any info would be greatly appreciated. I'm a quick learner. Still, there a lot of shit here I'm seeing on my screen.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 02, 2011, 09:36:15 am
I like to think I'm a nice person. But maybe it's just that I like to think that.

Regardless, (though I may or may not be a storm in a teacup) I don't think I'm very likable when roused.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Luna on August 02, 2011, 11:03:44 am
Damn.  Just... damn.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 02, 2011, 11:05:31 am
Yeah that shit went down quick.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Triple Zero on August 02, 2011, 11:21:02 am
... Esoterica-LDT? What's that mean? :)

patchouligans / patchooligans
the prancing pagan
really-real-wicca-for-realness-done-right.com
flaming griffon
pomprei
the tree of strife
pagans for HIMEOBS

well you said you wanted name suggestions, though I'm probably too late, here you go anyway :)
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 02, 2011, 11:24:39 am
Those are all very good.

Personally I like PAGANTOPIA a lot.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 02, 2011, 11:27:45 am
Wait...I keep thinking of it as Esoterica ltd. As in Limited.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Triple Zero on August 02, 2011, 11:52:36 am
Oh yeah, Pagantopia! :) Will it have an e-democracy? :) :)
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Triple Zero on August 02, 2011, 01:32:48 pm
ooh btw check this: http://impossibility.org/ domain name generator

now I know that spiritualamerican.com spiritualpig.com bettercrossroads.com correctcrossroads.com whateverpagan.com machinepagan.com obviouslypagan.com surprisepagan.com are all free! this is hilarious :lol:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cain on August 02, 2011, 01:34:54 pm
surprisepaganbuttsex.org is not free  :argh!:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 02, 2011, 02:26:44 pm
Right. I will be setting up shop.

Fuck those guys.

Don't fuck with me Coyote, I'll need whatever help I can get.

ROGER GETS A PAGAN ROMANCE SECTION. Whether he likes it or not.

You've been warned.

Oh, this is MONEY.  :lulz:

:crankey:

If this abomination is allowed, I shall WRITE for it.

It's your fucking brains, people.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 02, 2011, 02:34:22 pm
I see that Wyldkat played the server card, though true to her style, she had someone else do it.

 :lulz:

Reply thread to Eeyore posted.  I was even all reasonable and shit.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Luna on August 02, 2011, 02:51:58 pm
Right. I will be setting up shop.

Fuck those guys.

Don't fuck with me Coyote, I'll need whatever help I can get.

ROGER GETS A PAGAN ROMANCE SECTION. Whether he likes it or not.

You've been warned.

Oh, this is MONEY.  :lulz:

:crankey:

If this abomination is allowed, I shall WRITE for it.

It's your fucking brains, people.

If this happens, I will read every single word.

Sober.

I see that Wyldkat played the server card, though true to her style, she had someone else do it.

 :lulz:

Reply thread to Eeyore posted.  I was even all reasonable and shit.

Downright civil, even.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on August 02, 2011, 03:13:03 pm
Wait...I keep thinking of it as Esoterica ltd. As in Limited.

Exactly.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 02, 2011, 04:14:50 pm

the prancing pagan

 :lulz: I don't even know why this hits my funny bone so hard.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on August 02, 2011, 04:25:08 pm

the prancing pagan

 :lulz: I don't even know why this hits my funny bone so hard.

It sounds like it could be a name for an English pub.  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 02, 2011, 04:26:03 pm

Reply thread to Eeyore posted.  I was even all reasonable and shit.

Downright civil, even.

Well, I figured that he wouldn't be expecting that.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Triple Zero on August 02, 2011, 04:43:31 pm

the prancing pagan

 :lulz: I don't even know why this hits my funny bone so hard.

It sounds like it could be a name for an English pub.  :lulz:

"the prancing pony" is the name of an inn in Lord of the Rings.



one D&D roleplaying campaign, every inn or bar we encountered was called a variation on that name.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 02, 2011, 08:01:13 pm

Reply thread to Eeyore posted.  I was even all reasonable and shit.

Downright civil, even.

Well, I figured that he wouldn't be expecting that.

 :lulz: I definitely let my rage get the better of me. It's been awhile since that's happened.

Right. I will be setting up shop.

Fuck those guys.

Don't fuck with me Coyote, I'll need whatever help I can get.

ROGER GETS A PAGAN ROMANCE SECTION. Whether he likes it or not.

You've been warned.

Oh, this is MONEY.  :lulz:

:crankey:

If this abomination is allowed, I shall WRITE for it.

It's your fucking brains, people.

Oh, it's gonna happen.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Phox on August 02, 2011, 08:56:42 pm
Count me in, Alty.  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 02, 2011, 09:14:04 pm
BH has been staring at Wyldkat's profile for the last half hour.

:fap:  <--- Ew.

:vom:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on August 03, 2011, 01:23:17 am
BH has been staring at Wyldkat's profile for the last half hour.

:fap:  <--- Ew.

:vom:

 :horrormirth:

Probably fantasizing that they're doing it on a slab.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 03, 2011, 01:28:28 am
BH has been staring at Wyldkat's profile for the last half hour.

:fap:  <--- Ew.

:vom:

 :horrormirth:

Probably fantasizing that they're doing it on a slab.

No, that's necrophilia.  He's a snuff freak, which means he fantasizes about killing her.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 03, 2011, 02:51:26 am
With her strong tendancy towards passivity...

That place just got a lot more icky.

I promise now that I will in no way e-bang admins or mods at PAGANTOPIA.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on August 03, 2011, 02:51:59 am
With her strong tendancy towards passivity...

That place just got a lot more icky.

I promise now that I will in no way e-bang admins or mods at PAGANTOPIA.

Good, you weren't really my type.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on August 03, 2011, 02:54:09 am
With her strong tendancy towards passivity...

That place just got a lot more icky.

I promise now that I will in no way e-bang admins or mods at PAGANTOPIA.
BAWWW BUT WYLDKAT SEEMS TO HAVE THINGS UNDER CONTROL OVER THERE SHE SEEMS TO HAVE IT PRETTY GOOD
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Juana on August 03, 2011, 02:57:44 am
With her strong tendancy towards passivity...

That place just got a lot more icky.
:vom:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 03, 2011, 02:59:36 am
With her strong tendancy towards passivity...

That place just got a lot more icky.
:vom:

Hate the sin, love the sinner.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 03, 2011, 03:02:09 am
With her strong tendancy towards passivity...

That place just got a lot more icky.
:vom:

Hate the sin, love the sinner.

:lulz:

Alty, once again, wins the internet.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 03, 2011, 03:03:36 am
Wyldkat is on the board.  It's gonna be nuked by morning.   :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 03, 2011, 03:31:36 am
With her strong tendancy towards passivity...

That place just got a lot more icky.
:vom:

Hate the sin, love the sinner.

 :lulz: :lulz: :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 03, 2011, 06:02:17 am
I need a basic description for the new place STAT.

Please.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 03, 2011, 06:04:20 am
100 word minimum, 200 max.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 03, 2011, 06:08:27 am
Wake UP you bastards and appease my sense of urgency!

If I had your phone numbers I would be screeching in your ear right now.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 03, 2011, 06:17:02 am
Ah EG is in it to win it.

Thanks for playing!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 03, 2011, 06:27:52 am
God DAMMIT I love the 21st Century.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on August 03, 2011, 06:33:42 am
fucking what did i miss?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 03, 2011, 06:43:03 am
Check yer email spag!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 03, 2011, 06:46:46 am
SHIT WHAT'S HAPPENING WHAT DID I MISS

DID WE CLEAN IT WITH FIRE???
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 03, 2011, 06:55:50 am
In but a few short...eh...however long it takes pagans the internet over will have a happy WK-free place to call home.

Sure, we'll miss the lulz. Her icky, icky, ickyness. But we'll let her join up if she wants. Hell, I don't even know how to restrict registration, so it's a fucking free for all right now.

I want to put up some curtains and a couple of throw pillows before I start handing out URLs.

GOD DAMMIT I LOVE THE FUTURE!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 03, 2011, 07:04:53 am
In but a few short...eh...however long it takes pagans the internet over will have a happy WK-free place to call home.

Sure, we'll miss the lulz. Her icky, icky, ickyness. But we'll let her join up if she wants. Hell, I don't even know how to restrict registration, so it's a fucking free for all right now.

I want to put up some curtains and a couple of throw pillows before I start handing out URLs.

GOD DAMMIT I LOVE THE FUTURE!

SWEET UP.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on August 03, 2011, 07:06:05 am
Fuuuuuuuuuuuuck, I posted the link at TSC. I figured there's no CU's there, what's the harm...

And I'm in. And apparently you posted something, but it won't let me read it...the board index isn't showing...
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 03, 2011, 07:09:55 am
LOL. WHO'S DRIVING THE CAR?

Eh, don't worry about it.

Not like they can see anything anyway. Now I just need to fix that whole anyone can register thing.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 03, 2011, 07:12:21 am
Fuck it. Come one and all, see us with out pance down.

esotericaltd.forumer.com
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Juana on August 03, 2011, 07:26:40 am
Can't reg. :(
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 03, 2011, 07:32:43 am
Please hold. We are working to resolve these issues in a timely manner.

AAAAAGHGHGHGHGG!

 :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 03, 2011, 07:41:20 am
Fucking captcha from hell!

Okay, go for it. I just registered an account of EG and it worked just fine.

I've been flipping switches like a mad bastard.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on August 03, 2011, 08:49:02 am
erm.....i am on phone so i won't go in depth, but in short i do not like the legal text i saw when i hit the reg button.

specifically no "obscene, vulgar etc etc"
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Luna on August 03, 2011, 09:00:07 am
Maybe it's because I'm still half asleep, but I can NOT read that captcha shit.   :|
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 03, 2011, 09:04:01 am
erm.....i am on phone so i won't go in depth, but in short i do not like the legal text i saw when i hit the reg button.

specifically no "obscene, vulgar etc etc"

Oh man I did not even see that. I will make regular back ups from the get go, that forum software can be slapped on a server as needed. Like if some douche rains on our parade for being...vulgar.

That shit came with the forum, I thought it convenient that I didn't have to do it myself. Let's hope they're (forumer.com) covering their asses? Like I said, back ups, server, necessity.

Meanwhile FREE AT LAST. Tired.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 03, 2011, 09:05:37 am
Maybe it's because I'm still half asleep, but I can NOT read that captcha shit.   :|

No, it's captcha from hell.

But other than that I like the software.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 03, 2011, 09:09:47 am
erm.....i am on phone so i won't go in depth, but in short i do not like the legal text i saw when i hit the reg button.

specifically no "obscene, vulgar etc etc"

Okay, actually reading that leads me to believe it well and truly is to cover basis and I am still in charge of that facet. It says "or otherwise violates the law of" I'm going to swear like as much as I always do.

If that bothers you or anyone else that much I will actively look for a server as soon as possible.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Sita on August 03, 2011, 12:44:24 pm
There is no captcha to read to finish registration, just a blank space where it would be :(

eta: ok, I'm in. Had to use Chrome to register. My FF is being temperamental today.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on August 03, 2011, 02:41:24 pm
In but a few short...eh...however long it takes pagans the internet over will have a happy WK-free place to call home.

Sure, we'll miss the lulz. Her icky, icky, ickyness. But we'll let her join up if she wants. Hell, I don't even know how to restrict registration, so it's a fucking free for all right now.

I want to put up some curtains and a couple of throw pillows before I start handing out URLs.

GOD DAMMIT I LOVE THE FUTURE!

Might want to figure that out.  Not to keep out the wrong people, but to keep out spambots, once you start getting a few posts up they start swarming like locusts.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on August 05, 2011, 09:29:28 pm
WK is a liar. She has no kids. Or at least none old enough to match her claims.

(http://img42.imageshack.us/img42/9248/interestingb.png)
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on August 05, 2011, 09:31:51 pm
WK is a liar. She has no kids. Or at least none old enough to match her claims.

(http://img42.imageshack.us/img42/9248/interestingb.png)
:mittens:  :lulz: :lulz: :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on August 05, 2011, 09:36:17 pm
And she still hasn't fixed it.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 05, 2011, 09:45:28 pm
Wyldkat is a liar?

SURPRISE!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on August 05, 2011, 09:48:21 pm
She really didn't sound like a parent, or the person who spawned children.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 05, 2011, 09:52:25 pm
She really didn't sound like a parent, or the person who spawned children.

No, she really doesn't.

My only question then, is WHY did she invent imaginary children? Is she just plain crazy, or does she thinks it confers some kind of status to her?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 05, 2011, 09:56:21 pm
Or, (and this seems highly farfetched) did they adopt older kids?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on August 05, 2011, 09:57:20 pm
In other news. Is anyone else have timeouts connecting to TSC?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on August 05, 2011, 10:07:33 pm
No timeouts on my end.  :?

Or, (and this seems highly farfetched) did they adopt older kids?

http://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php?topic=312.msg9636#msg9636

She talks about the middle school kid when he was three. Middle school starts at about twelve, as a rule.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 05, 2011, 10:14:41 pm
No timeouts on my end.  :?

Or, (and this seems highly farfetched) did they adopt older kids?

http://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php?topic=312.msg9636#msg9636

She talks about the middle school kid when he was three. Middle school starts at about twelve, as a rule.

Ha! So yep. She's a liar. Unless she's going to claim to have had the same text on that website for THIRTEEN YEARS.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on August 05, 2011, 10:16:23 pm
I'm sure she'll try to.

This is like fish in a barrel, isn't it?  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on August 05, 2011, 10:17:15 pm
No timeouts on my end.  :?

Or, (and this seems highly farfetched) did they adopt older kids?

http://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php?topic=312.msg9636#msg9636

She talks about the middle school kid when he was three. Middle school starts at about twelve, as a rule.

Ha! So yep. She's a liar. Unless she's going to claim to have had the same text on that website for THIRTEEN YEARS.

It doesn't even look like webdesign from the late 90s. :?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 05, 2011, 10:22:13 pm
I used the Wayback Machine and the front page, at least, looked pretty much exactly like that as of September 2000. If she was not yet pregnant as of September 2000, she is at the very least lying about her oldest being in middle school, because he couldn't have been born any earlier than June 2001, making him 10.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 05, 2011, 10:23:33 pm
Or she's just stupid and doesn't know the difference between middle school and elementary school...
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Phox on August 05, 2011, 10:46:23 pm
Or she's just stupid and doesn't know the difference between middle school and elementary school...
Possible. But as I said to Lena:
It is also VERY obvious she has kids.
Actually, anyone who has kids or has lived with small children in the house thinks the exact opposite. Or, thinks that she is the world's single worst parent in the history of parenting, bar none.  :lol:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on August 05, 2011, 10:57:25 pm
Next she'll probably say that where she lives, elementary IS middle school.
Either that, or the kid is in accelerated classes.
But I don't think they'd bump a kid with those issues all the way up to middle school.

She's also said that he doesn't have an IEP.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on August 05, 2011, 11:12:32 pm
Next she'll probably say that where she lives, elementary IS middle school.
Either that, or the kid is in accelerated classes.
But I don't think they'd bump a kid with those issues all the way up to middle school.

She's also said that he doesn't have an IEP.

Didn't she say it was too hard to get the district to do the IEP for her kid? But yet he is supposedly in middleschool at age 7.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 05, 2011, 11:24:34 pm
Next she'll probably say that where she lives, elementary IS middle school.
Either that, or the kid is in accelerated classes.
But I don't think they'd bump a kid with those issues all the way up to middle school.

She's also said that he doesn't have an IEP.

Didn't she say it was too hard to get the district to do the IEP for her kid? But yet he is supposedly in middleschool at age 7.

An IEP is mandatory for either special needs or TAG-identified kids, the district can't refuse to do it. The teacher may put it off, but they can't just refuse to do it.

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on August 05, 2011, 11:28:47 pm
Next she'll probably say that where she lives, elementary IS middle school.
Either that, or the kid is in accelerated classes.
But I don't think they'd bump a kid with those issues all the way up to middle school.

She's also said that he doesn't have an IEP.

Didn't she say it was too hard to get the district to do the IEP for her kid? But yet he is supposedly in middleschool at age 7.

An IEP is mandatory for either special needs or TAG-identified kids, the district can't refuse to do it. The teacher may put it off, but they can't just refuse to do it.



Exactly.

She says the funding isn't there for the teachers to sit with her DURING SCHOOL HOURS and fill out a form that's MANDATED BY LAW.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on August 05, 2011, 11:32:52 pm
Next she'll probably say that where she lives, elementary IS middle school.
Either that, or the kid is in accelerated classes.
But I don't think they'd bump a kid with those issues all the way up to middle school.

She's also said that he doesn't have an IEP.

Didn't she say it was too hard to get the district to do the IEP for her kid? But yet he is supposedly in middleschool at age 7.

An IEP is mandatory for either special needs or TAG-identified kids, the district can't refuse to do it. The teacher may put it off, but they can't just refuse to do it.



TAG = GATE in CA.

As an aside, every time someone brings up their children and difficulties with their districts, I mentally file away that stuff for when I have children. I just know it's going to be horrible.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 05, 2011, 11:39:41 pm
Next she'll probably say that where she lives, elementary IS middle school.
Either that, or the kid is in accelerated classes.
But I don't think they'd bump a kid with those issues all the way up to middle school.

She's also said that he doesn't have an IEP.

Didn't she say it was too hard to get the district to do the IEP for her kid? But yet he is supposedly in middleschool at age 7.

An IEP is mandatory for either special needs or TAG-identified kids, the district can't refuse to do it. The teacher may put it off, but they can't just refuse to do it.



TAG = GATE in CA.

As an aside, every time someone brings up their children and difficulties with their districts, I mentally file away that stuff for when I have children. I just know it's going to be horrible.

The schools here are abominable. However, being an involved parent and not being passive about their education makes all the difference.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on August 06, 2011, 07:21:42 am
Next she'll probably say that where she lives, elementary IS middle school.
Either that, or the kid is in accelerated classes.
But I don't think they'd bump a kid with those issues all the way up to middle school.

She's also said that he doesn't have an IEP.

Didn't she say it was too hard to get the district to do the IEP for her kid? But yet he is supposedly in middleschool at age 7.

An IEP is mandatory for either special needs or TAG-identified kids, the district can't refuse to do it. The teacher may put it off, but they can't just refuse to do it.



Exactly.

She says the funding isn't there for the teachers to sit with her DURING SCHOOL HOURS and fill out a form that's MANDATED BY LAW.

It's all so completely retarded. :?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Triple Zero on August 06, 2011, 12:48:38 pm
Or, (and this seems highly farfetched) did they adopt older kids?

Could it be they're actually her husband's? How long they been together?



Cause she also says "Mind you I didn't have the boys at the time"--though it's unclear to when she's referring there.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 06, 2011, 04:47:05 pm
Or, (and this seems highly farfetched) did they adopt older kids?

Could it be they're actually her husband's? How long they been together?



Cause she also says "Mind you I didn't have the boys at the time"--though it's unclear to when she's referring there.

She is justifying it by saying that she hasn't updated that page in over 7 years, and that also her six-year-old is in classes with middle schoolers.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on August 07, 2011, 06:03:45 am
Isn't there a limit that most schools will put on how far out a kid can get placed specially?  I mean, if he's Rainman (I forget the word), that would mean he might have social issues, but is pretty good with his brain. 

But, like, putting a seven year old with middle school age kids is INSANELY stupid, because he has no peers, and will be fucked in the socialisation department for the rest of his life, adjust for hyperbole.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on August 07, 2011, 06:36:00 am
Isn't there a limit that most schools will put on how far out a kid can get placed specially?  I mean, if he's Rainman (I forget the word), that would mean he might have social issues, but is pretty good with his brain. 

But, like, putting a seven year old with middle school age kids is INSANELY stupid, because he has no peers, and will be fucked in the socialisation department for the rest of his life, adjust for hyperbole.

From what I understand he's in different grades for different subjects. Not just all middle schoolers all the time. I don't know if that makes it better or worse. But I think she said something about 3rd grade for one subject and 7th for another and stuff like that.

It sounds like a mess and makes me glad I don't have kids.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on August 07, 2011, 06:59:19 am
Isn't there a limit that most schools will put on how far out a kid can get placed specially?  I mean, if he's Rainman (I forget the word), that would mean he might have social issues, but is pretty good with his brain. 

But, like, putting a seven year old with middle school age kids is INSANELY stupid, because he has no peers, and will be fucked in the socialisation department for the rest of his life, adjust for hyperbole.

From what I understand he's in different grades for different subjects. Not just all middle schoolers all the time. I don't know if that makes it better or worse. But I think she said something about 3rd grade for one subject and 7th for another and stuff like that.

It sounds like a mess and makes me glad I don't have kids.

Sounds like a mess and I am glad she doesn't have kids.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 07, 2011, 08:35:42 am
I just can't do it anymore. I don't care if WK is lying about having children or not. If she's lying than I can say I've interacted with a true and bona fide waste of space, and time/space. If not.. the whole thing is just sad, not lulzy to me at all. It's a mystery I can do without.

And I just can't deal with BH's sexual misadventures. I'm all for pushing my capacity for withstanding awful to the limit...but there's just some things I don't want to read, or visualize. Meanwhile, talking to lena is like talking to a wall with a broken mouth.

So, you guys have fun with that mess. I don't think WK will ever top that passive-aggressive thing. If she does, I will be happy to let you all dig though the awful and take the lulz as they come. Meanwhile, I need a shower.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 07, 2011, 08:39:15 am
Isn't there a limit that most schools will put on how far out a kid can get placed specially?  I mean, if he's Rainman (I forget the word), that would mean he might have social issues, but is pretty good with his brain. 

But, like, putting a seven year old with middle school age kids is INSANELY stupid, because he has no peers, and will be fucked in the socialisation department for the rest of his life, adjust for hyperbole.

From what I understand he's in different grades for different subjects. Not just all middle schoolers all the time. I don't know if that makes it better or worse. But I think she said something about 3rd grade for one subject and 7th for another and stuff like that.

It sounds like a mess and makes me glad I don't have kids.

Sounds to me like he's in a Montessori school.

I don't actually think highly of Montessori schools, academically speaking. The concept is good, the execution usually less so.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on August 07, 2011, 08:45:12 am
I just can't do it anymore. I don't care if WK is lying about having children or not. If she's lying than I can say I've interacted with a true and bona fide waste of space, and time/space. If not.. the whole thing is just sad, not lulzy to me at all. It's a mystery I can do without.

And I just can't deal with BH's sexual misadventures. I'm all for pushing my capacity for withstanding awful to the limit...but there's just some things I don't want to read, or visualize. Meanwhile, talking to lena is like talking to a wall with a broken mouth.

So, you guys have fun with that mess. I don't think WK will ever top that passive-aggressive thing. If she does, I will be happy to let you all dig though the awful and take the lulz as they come. Meanwhile, I need a shower.

Well seeing what murderraper just posted. :|
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on August 07, 2011, 08:52:38 am
Isn't there a limit that most schools will put on how far out a kid can get placed specially?  I mean, if he's Rainman (I forget the word), that would mean he might have social issues, but is pretty good with his brain. 

But, like, putting a seven year old with middle school age kids is INSANELY stupid, because he has no peers, and will be fucked in the socialisation department for the rest of his life, adjust for hyperbole.

That is part of why he's being homeschooled.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 07, 2011, 08:57:59 am
I just can't do it anymore. I don't care if WK is lying about having children or not. If she's lying than I can say I've interacted with a true and bona fide waste of space, and time/space. If not.. the whole thing is just sad, not lulzy to me at all. It's a mystery I can do without.

And I just can't deal with BH's sexual misadventures. I'm all for pushing my capacity for withstanding awful to the limit...but there's just some things I don't want to read, or visualize. Meanwhile, talking to lena is like talking to a wall with a broken mouth.

So, you guys have fun with that mess. I don't think WK will ever top that passive-aggressive thing. If she does, I will be happy to let you all dig though the awful and take the lulz as they come. Meanwhile, I need a shower.

Well seeing what murderraper just posted. :|

That's what put me over the edge and made me realize there wasn't anything worth it. I should have known, should have not clicked. DO NEVAR CLICK.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on August 07, 2011, 09:01:15 am
I just can't do it anymore. I don't care if WK is lying about having children or not. If she's lying than I can say I've interacted with a true and bona fide waste of space, and time/space. If not.. the whole thing is just sad, not lulzy to me at all. It's a mystery I can do without.

And I just can't deal with BH's sexual misadventures. I'm all for pushing my capacity for withstanding awful to the limit...but there's just some things I don't want to read, or visualize. Meanwhile, talking to lena is like talking to a wall with a broken mouth.

So, you guys have fun with that mess. I don't think WK will ever top that passive-aggressive thing. If she does, I will be happy to let you all dig though the awful and take the lulz as they come. Meanwhile, I need a shower.

Well seeing what murderraper just posted. :|

That's what put me over the edge and made me realize there wasn't anything worth it. I should have known, should have not clicked. DO NEVAR CLICK.

I have to ask what else you expected from a thread titled "the wrong sex toy"
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 07, 2011, 04:17:45 pm
In this you are absolutely correct. I should have known better.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Juana on August 07, 2011, 06:46:55 pm
I refuse to look. :x
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on August 07, 2011, 07:11:39 pm
I refuse to look. :x

A wise choice. I could have gone the rest of my life without seeing that.  :x
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on August 08, 2011, 04:54:23 am
I have the horrible suspicion that it could have been so much worse.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on August 08, 2011, 04:57:16 am
Oh, it will.
WK's all teehee! and batting eyes hxxp://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php?topic=346.msg9838#new
:vom:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 08, 2011, 07:20:04 am
Oh, it will.
WK's all teehee! and batting eyes hxxp://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php?topic=346.msg9838#new
:vom:

Oh barf.

There is almost nothing that will ruin a forum faster than two admins with the hots for each other. I had a friend try it once and she figured it out pretty fast, and de-adminned her new paramour.

But TSC was already ruined, so it doesn't matter really.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 08, 2011, 02:08:32 pm
IT'S THE TRIUMPHANT RETURN OF THE MUSH MULLAHS!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 08, 2011, 06:12:56 pm
Is it just me, or does BH reserve his hard case attitude for women only?

Sure as fuck looks that way.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on August 08, 2011, 06:17:53 pm
Is it just me, or does BH reserve his hard case attitude for women only?

Sure as fuck looks that way.

I went so far as to make a complete fool of myself attacking Coyote, so no, not just women.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 08, 2011, 06:19:30 pm
Is it just me, or does BH reserve his hard case attitude for women only?

Sure as fuck looks that way.

I went so far as to make a complete fool of myself attacking Coyote, so no, not just women.

Oh, yeah, good point.

And then you made a fucking fool out of yourself attacking Stella.

What the FUCK is your problem?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 08, 2011, 06:23:07 pm
Judging from your post over there, the way to get content is to harangue members that haven't provided anything you consider content.

Because attempts at public humiliation is FUCKING GUARANTEED to get you the content you want.

Christ, you're a fucking dumbass.  You're as bad as WK.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Telarus on August 08, 2011, 06:31:49 pm
 :lulz: :horrormirth: :horrormirth: :horrormirth: :horrormirth:


I love how we[the entire forum population there] could go back to talking about Pagan Content (hell, even Rog's threads count) over there ANY TIME WE WANTED TO.

<--- really wants to make some stupid point about the feeding and care of Egrigores, but won't.  :evil:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 08, 2011, 06:34:20 pm
:lulz: :horrormirth: :horrormirth: :horrormirth: :horrormirth:


I love how we[the entire forum population there] could go back to talking about Pagan Content (hell, even Rog's threads count) over there ANY TIME WE WANTED TO.

Oh, we could.

But why the fuck would we?  Eeyore has already made noise about shutting the board down, so why waste time putting content up?  I mean, other than giving WK a stick to beat people with, what the fuck would that accomplish?

Also, the nastygram PM from WK that caused me to quit being an admin also 169% guaranteed that I would post nothing constructive there, ever again.

 
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Juana on August 08, 2011, 07:13:05 pm
I learned my lesson with TCC. Never, ever will I post anything worthwhile on a pagan forum, because they will keep it even when I want it down.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on August 08, 2011, 07:18:57 pm
Pagan forums exist to sell pagan crap.

It's probably only a matter of time before WK's forum is full of aff links and shit.

Unless somebody accidentallys it.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on August 08, 2011, 07:46:26 pm
I learned my lesson with TCC. Never, ever will I post anything worthwhile on a pagan forum, because they will keep it even when I want it down.

So long as I am an admin there, no we wont.  I don't think WK would either, but I know I would not.  If someone wants their posts deleted I'll take them down.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 08, 2011, 07:47:12 pm
I learned my lesson with TCC. Never, ever will I post anything worthwhile on a pagan forum, because they will keep it even when I want it down.

So long as I am an admin there, no we wont.  I don't think WK would either, but I know I would not.  If someone wants their posts deleted I'll take them down.

If WK told you to, you would.  End of fucking story.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on August 08, 2011, 07:50:56 pm
I learned my lesson with TCC. Never, ever will I post anything worthwhile on a pagan forum, because they will keep it even when I want it down.

So long as I am an admin there, no we wont.  I don't think WK would either, but I know I would not.  If someone wants their posts deleted I'll take them down.

If WK told you to, you would.  End of fucking story.

Not true.  it's her serverspace covers some things, like not putting Coyote on the Admin team, it doesn't mean I am going to keep someone's content when they ask me to delete it.  The biggest thing she can do is take down the forum and a forum that steals people's content is better not being up in the first place.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 08, 2011, 07:58:34 pm
I learned my lesson with TCC. Never, ever will I post anything worthwhile on a pagan forum, because they will keep it even when I want it down.

So long as I am an admin there, no we wont.  I don't think WK would either, but I know I would not.  If someone wants their posts deleted I'll take them down.

If WK told you to, you would.  End of fucking story.

Not true.  it's her serverspace covers some things, like not putting Coyote on the Admin team, it doesn't mean I am going to keep someone's content when they ask me to delete it.  The biggest thing she can do is take down the forum and a forum that steals people's content is better not being up in the first place.

I don't believe a word of that shit, BH.  WK says jump, you jump.  That's how it is.

And I do like the admission that Eeyore's letter was caused by us wanting Coyote to be a fucking admin, instead of the general tone.  That's Goddamn PRICELESS.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on August 08, 2011, 08:00:51 pm
I learned my lesson with TCC. Never, ever will I post anything worthwhile on a pagan forum, because they will keep it even when I want it down.

So long as I am an admin there, no we wont.  I don't think WK would either, but I know I would not.  If someone wants their posts deleted I'll take them down.

If WK told you to, you would.  End of fucking story.

Not true.  it's her serverspace covers some things, like not putting Coyote on the Admin team, it doesn't mean I am going to keep someone's content when they ask me to delete it.  The biggest thing she can do is take down the forum and a forum that steals people's content is better not being up in the first place.

I don't believe a word of that shit, BH.  WK says jump, you jump.  That's how it is.

And I do like the admission that Eeyore's letter was caused by us wanting Coyote to be a fucking admin, instead of the general tone.  That's Goddamn PRICELESS.


Holy fuck, that place just comes off worse and worse every day.  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Juana on August 08, 2011, 09:37:30 pm
I learned my lesson with TCC. Never, ever will I post anything worthwhile on a pagan forum, because they will keep it even when I want it down.

So long as I am an admin there, no we wont.  I don't think WK would either, but I know I would not.  If someone wants their posts deleted I'll take them down.
See, WK helped me get my shit down at TCC and I appreciate that. But TSC is her territory, and I think she's probably got more invested now, including her pride since she tried to make a good pagan forum and failed miserably. So I don't trust her, and you, being her e-fuck buddy (or what the fuck ever), would be put in a strange place if I were to demand that my non-existent content be taken down. Who would you side with? Not me, I suspect.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on August 08, 2011, 10:06:36 pm
From what I understand, some of the stuff that got "taken down" at TCC reappeared after awhile.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on August 09, 2011, 12:14:42 am
Theoretically they took my shit down when I asked to be removed as a member. If it reappears, I will be interested in knowing. They IP banned me on top of nuking my account.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Juana on August 09, 2011, 12:51:47 am
Oh fun. Registered via my phone, so let's see how this goes.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on August 09, 2011, 01:14:52 am
Theoretically they took my shit down when I asked to be removed as a member. If it reappears, I will be interested in knowing. They IP banned me on top of nuking my account.

Oh you too? Small internet.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on August 09, 2011, 02:32:55 am
Theoretically they took my shit down when I asked to be removed as a member. If it reappears, I will be interested in knowing. They IP banned me on top of nuking my account.

Oh you too? Small internet.

TCC is a magical pagan wonderland ... of stupid.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on August 09, 2011, 06:13:14 am
I learned my lesson with TCC. Never, ever will I post anything worthwhile on a pagan forum, because they will keep it even when I want it down.

So long as I am an admin there, no we wont.  I don't think WK would either, but I know I would not.  If someone wants their posts deleted I'll take them down.

If WK told you to, you would.  End of fucking story.

Not true.  it's her serverspace covers some things, like not putting Coyote on the Admin team, it doesn't mean I am going to keep someone's content when they ask me to delete it.  The biggest thing she can do is take down the forum and a forum that steals people's content is better not being up in the first place.

I don't believe a word of that shit, BH.  WK says jump, you jump.  That's how it is.

And I do like the admission that Eeyore's letter was caused by us wanting Coyote to be a fucking admin, instead of the general tone.  That's Goddamn PRICELESS.


bolded part is your own interpretation, and not what I said.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 09, 2011, 01:47:46 pm
I learned my lesson with TCC. Never, ever will I post anything worthwhile on a pagan forum, because they will keep it even when I want it down.

So long as I am an admin there, no we wont.  I don't think WK would either, but I know I would not.  If someone wants their posts deleted I'll take them down.

If WK told you to, you would.  End of fucking story.

Not true.  it's her serverspace covers some things, like not putting Coyote on the Admin team, it doesn't mean I am going to keep someone's content when they ask me to delete it.  The biggest thing she can do is take down the forum and a forum that steals people's content is better not being up in the first place.

I don't believe a word of that shit, BH.  WK says jump, you jump.  That's how it is.

And I do like the admission that Eeyore's letter was caused by us wanting Coyote to be a fucking admin, instead of the general tone.  That's Goddamn PRICELESS.


bolded part is your own interpretation, and not what I said.

Bolded the original quote for you.  And since that was the only time the server card was played, that leads me to believe that's why it was played.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Dysfunctional Cunt on August 09, 2011, 02:24:44 pm
I'm still playing catch up from last week.  This is what happens when you go away for a few. 

So can anyone tell me how WK explained that she suddenly birthed 2 children ages 7 and 11 in the last 4 years?  Did they spring walking from her uterus?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 09, 2011, 02:26:29 pm
I'm still playing catch up from last week.  This is what happens when you go away for a few. 

So can anyone tell me how WK explained that she suddenly birthed 2 children ages 7 and 11 in the last 4 years?  Did they spring walking from her uterus?

It's a Pagan thing.  In a year or so, they'll eat their dad.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on August 09, 2011, 02:33:21 pm
I'm still playing catch up from last week.  This is what happens when you go away for a few. 

So can anyone tell me how WK explained that she suddenly birthed 2 children ages 7 and 11 in the last 4 years?  Did they spring walking from her uterus?

One is 4, the other is 7 and in advanced classes.  The relatively recent update to the "pagan parenting" page was due to a server change and didn't have any content update.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: LMNO on August 09, 2011, 02:34:45 pm
I'm still playing catch up from last week.  This is what happens when you go away for a few. 

So can anyone tell me how WK explained that she suddenly birthed 2 children ages 7 and 11 in the last 4 years?  Did they spring walking from her uterus?

It's a Pagan thing.  In a year or so, they'll eat their dad.

:mittens:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 09, 2011, 02:52:58 pm
I'm still playing catch up from last week.  This is what happens when you go away for a few. 

So can anyone tell me how WK explained that she suddenly birthed 2 children ages 7 and 11 in the last 4 years?  Did they spring walking from her uterus?

It's a Pagan thing.  In a year or so, they'll eat their dad.

:mittens:

Heh.

What's REALLY funny is watching the snuff-dude try to dump on Stella over content.

You know, because everyone else over there is just cranking it right out.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Phox on August 09, 2011, 03:08:56 pm
I'm still playing catch up from last week.  This is what happens when you go away for a few. 

So can anyone tell me how WK explained that she suddenly birthed 2 children ages 7 and 11 in the last 4 years?  Did they spring walking from her uterus?

It's a Pagan thing.  In a year or so, they'll eat their dad.

:mittens:

Heh.

What's REALLY funny is watching the snuff-dude try to dump on Stella over content.

You know, because everyone else over there is just cranking it right out.
:lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on August 09, 2011, 03:12:05 pm
"I'm no welfare but I'm getting a tattoo"
 :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on August 09, 2011, 03:16:27 pm
I'm still playing catch up from last week.  This is what happens when you go away for a few. 

So can anyone tell me how WK explained that she suddenly birthed 2 children ages 7 and 11 in the last 4 years?  Did they spring walking from her uterus?

It's a Pagan thing.  In a year or so, they'll eat their dad.

:mittens:

Heh.

What's REALLY funny is watching the snuff-dude try to dump on Stella over content.

You know, because everyone else over there is just cranking it right out.

she's the one who has 90% posts consisting of pictures of dildos.  It's not lack of content I'm calling her out on, it's the abundance of garbage.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Phox on August 09, 2011, 03:17:15 pm
"I'm no welfare but I'm getting a tattoo"
 :lulz:
Is it a madghickqal "help me get a job" tattoo?  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 09, 2011, 03:19:40 pm
I'm still playing catch up from last week.  This is what happens when you go away for a few. 

So can anyone tell me how WK explained that she suddenly birthed 2 children ages 7 and 11 in the last 4 years?  Did they spring walking from her uterus?

It's a Pagan thing.  In a year or so, they'll eat their dad.

:mittens:

Heh.

What's REALLY funny is watching the snuff-dude try to dump on Stella over content.

You know, because everyone else over there is just cranking it right out.

she's the one who has 90% posts consisting of pictures of dildos.  It's not lack of content I'm calling her out on, it's the abundance of garbage.

That's all the place is good for.  You and WK made damn good & sure of that.

Also, she's always had my back, and you left me hanging.

Fuck you.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: LMNO on August 09, 2011, 03:21:30 pm
I honestly have no idea what is wrong with pictures of dildoes.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Dysfunctional Cunt on August 09, 2011, 03:22:37 pm
I'm still playing catch up from last week.  This is what happens when you go away for a few.  

So can anyone tell me how WK explained that she suddenly birthed 2 children ages 7 and 11 in the last 4 years?  Did they spring walking from her uterus?

One is 4, the other is 7 and in advanced classes.  The relatively recent update to the "pagan parenting" page was due to a server change and didn't have any content update.

So 4 and 7 does not change the "I have no kids" comment that was only 4 years ago, when she either did or did not have a 3 year old and was or was not pregnant at the time.  Anyone else see where I am going here?

DO THE FUCKING MATH!!! jesus christ on a fucking crutch.



Heh.

What's REALLY funny is watching the snuff-dude try to dump on Stella over content.

You know, because everyone else over there is just cranking it right out.

Yeah I wasn't happy about that fucking shit either.

I'm am glad I am such a strong force to be reckoned with that I can actually not even be online for a few days but still be parts of conversations I know nothing about, want nothing to do with and in the end think are just fucking stupid.

There will never be any content worthwhile at TSC as long as the mangement there is stuck in "pagan mode".  It just won't work, the universe will not allow it to happen.  There might be a paradox or something.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 09, 2011, 03:25:01 pm
I honestly have no idea what is wrong with pictures of dildoes.

She should have just called them "fertility fetishes".
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: LMNO on August 09, 2011, 03:28:13 pm
"Totems to Herne".


Or she could be a Priapus Reconstructionist.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Phox on August 09, 2011, 03:30:43 pm
BH, you know where I stand in terms of your fetishes and what not, and I don't have a problem with you, personally.

I DO have a problem with Wyldkat due to the BS she pulled on TCC. I do not like her.

That said, your current behavior is getting on my nerves. I don't blame you for WK's actions, but you gotta answer for your own. I can abide many things, but attacking Stelz and Coyote is not one of them. Not that they need my defending, of course, but you're starting a war you can't win.

Funny thing, I said the SAME DAMN THING to Yatto just before he flipped out completely. So make your choices BH, because you and I both know what's going to happen if it goes to the mattresses.

Honest advice. Pull the plug at TSC. Let it die. It failed. If you and WK wish to start fresh with a new site, so be it, but don't invite us unless you drastically change the way things are run, but given what i've seen of WK's modding style, that doesn't seem likely.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Phox on August 09, 2011, 03:36:56 pm
I'm still playing catch up from last week.  This is what happens when you go away for a few.  

So can anyone tell me how WK explained that she suddenly birthed 2 children ages 7 and 11 in the last 4 years?  Did they spring walking from her uterus?

One is 4, the other is 7 and in advanced classes.  The relatively recent update to the "pagan parenting" page was due to a server change and didn't have any content update.

So 4 and 7 does not change the "I have no kids" comment that was only 4 years ago, when she either did or did not have a 3 year old and was or was not pregnant at the time.  Anyone else see where I am going here?

DO THE FUCKING MATH!!! jesus christ on a fucking crutch.
What he's saying is that the page was moved from an older server 4 years ago, and thus says it has been updated (insomuch as it did not exist on the current server prior to 2007), but they had not the text prior to the migration. Right, BH?

Personally, I am skeptical of this explanation.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Dysfunctional Cunt on August 09, 2011, 03:39:37 pm
I'm still playing catch up from last week.  This is what happens when you go away for a few.  

So can anyone tell me how WK explained that she suddenly birthed 2 children ages 7 and 11 in the last 4 years?  Did they spring walking from her uterus?

One is 4, the other is 7 and in advanced classes.  The relatively recent update to the "pagan parenting" page was due to a server change and didn't have any content update.

So 4 and 7 does not change the "I have no kids" comment that was only 4 years ago, when she either did or did not have a 3 year old and was or was not pregnant at the time.  Anyone else see where I am going here?

DO THE FUCKING MATH!!! jesus christ on a fucking crutch.
What he's saying is that the page was moved from an older server 4 years ago, and thus says it has been updated (insomuch as it did not exist on the current server prior to 2007), but they had not the text prior to the migration. Right, BH?

Personally, I am skeptical of this explanation.

Bullshit.  That would not change the original timestamp.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on August 09, 2011, 03:41:45 pm
BH, you know where I stand in terms of your fetishes and what not, and I don't have a problem with you, personally.

I DO have a problem with Wyldkat due to the BS she pulled on TCC. I do not like her.

That said, your current behavior is getting on my nerves. I don't blame you for WK's actions, but you gotta answer for your own. I can abide many things, but attacking Stelz and Coyote is not one of them. Not that they need my defending, of course, but you're starting a war you can't win.

Funny thing, I said the SAME DAMN THING to Yatto just before he flipped out completely. So make your choices BH, because you and I both know what's going to happen if it goes to the mattresses.

Honest advice. Pull the plug at TSC. Let it die. It failed. If you and WK wish to start fresh with a new site, so be it, but don't invite us unless you drastically change the way things are run, but given what i've seen of WK's modding style, that doesn't seem likely.

Not inviting the Discordians tends to end up like not inviting Eris did for the Olympians.  Or not inviting that 13th fairy did for Sleeping beauty's mom and dad.

I can't see a new forum doing any better, since it'd just be clearing things out, as far as pulling the plug, I'm considering it, WK seems to have walked away from it all so I can see her going along with that decision pretty easily.  She's said there are lurkers who want to see it continue and I am giving them time to crawl out and actually express that.

as to attacking Coyote and Stelz, Coyote started it, I made a fool of myself with the attacking his military service thing and I aknowledge that, but sitting back while he dragged my perversions into every thread I posted in wasn't going to do any good either.

Stelz has contributed maybe 3 posts of any value, a few neutral ones, and a great deal of complete garbage.  I know she's capable of more, just from the hints I have seen on Alty's forum and those 3 posts of actual content but she chooses to post garbage.  Sure, maybe the forum is a garbage dump, as far as I can tell the main benefit most from here have seen from it's existence is that it is a place where folks from TCC can be picked on without the mods banning you for it, that doesn't mean I shouldn't call her out on it.  Especcially when the picking on isn't even done well.

And yes, that is what I am saying re the page, that's what Wyldkat said on TSC so I am basically just repeating.  I have talked with her about her kids a fair amount and saw them briefly on cam so I know that they do in fact exist.

(and before anyone says it, no it was not that kind of cam conversation, it was perfectly innocent)

and yes it would Khara, the content was uploaded to the page in 2007 so that is when the last modified date would be.  It registered it as a new page.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Phox on August 09, 2011, 03:42:13 pm
I'm still playing catch up from last week.  This is what happens when you go away for a few.  

So can anyone tell me how WK explained that she suddenly birthed 2 children ages 7 and 11 in the last 4 years?  Did they spring walking from her uterus?

One is 4, the other is 7 and in advanced classes.  The relatively recent update to the "pagan parenting" page was due to a server change and didn't have any content update.

So 4 and 7 does not change the "I have no kids" comment that was only 4 years ago, when she either did or did not have a 3 year old and was or was not pregnant at the time.  Anyone else see where I am going here?

DO THE FUCKING MATH!!! jesus christ on a fucking crutch.
What he's saying is that the page was moved from an older server 4 years ago, and thus says it has been updated (insomuch as it did not exist on the current server prior to 2007), but they had not the text prior to the migration. Right, BH?

Personally, I am skeptical of this explanation.

Bullshit.  That would not change the original timestamp.
I also find that questionable, though, I have no first hand knowledge of such things.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Dysfunctional Cunt on August 09, 2011, 03:53:23 pm
I'm still playing catch up from last week.  This is what happens when you go away for a few.  

So can anyone tell me how WK explained that she suddenly birthed 2 children ages 7 and 11 in the last 4 years?  Did they spring walking from her uterus?

One is 4, the other is 7 and in advanced classes.  The relatively recent update to the "pagan parenting" page was due to a server change and didn't have any content update.

So 4 and 7 does not change the "I have no kids" comment that was only 4 years ago, when she either did or did not have a 3 year old and was or was not pregnant at the time.  Anyone else see where I am going here?

DO THE FUCKING MATH!!! jesus christ on a fucking crutch.
What he's saying is that the page was moved from an older server 4 years ago, and thus says it has been updated (insomuch as it did not exist on the current server prior to 2007), but they had not the text prior to the migration. Right, BH?

Personally, I am skeptical of this explanation.

Bullshit.  That would not change the original timestamp.
I also find that questionable, though, I have no first hand knowledge of such things.

Look at EB&G we changed servers and our timestamps did not change.  It still reflects when the posts were actually made. 

This is bullshit.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on August 09, 2011, 03:57:54 pm
I'm still playing catch up from last week.  This is what happens when you go away for a few.  

So can anyone tell me how WK explained that she suddenly birthed 2 children ages 7 and 11 in the last 4 years?  Did they spring walking from her uterus?

One is 4, the other is 7 and in advanced classes.  The relatively recent update to the "pagan parenting" page was due to a server change and didn't have any content update.

So 4 and 7 does not change the "I have no kids" comment that was only 4 years ago, when she either did or did not have a 3 year old and was or was not pregnant at the time.  Anyone else see where I am going here?

DO THE FUCKING MATH!!! jesus christ on a fucking crutch.
What he's saying is that the page was moved from an older server 4 years ago, and thus says it has been updated (insomuch as it did not exist on the current server prior to 2007), but they had not the text prior to the migration. Right, BH?

Personally, I am skeptical of this explanation.

Bullshit.  That would not change the original timestamp.
I also find that questionable, though, I have no first hand knowledge of such things.

Look at EB&G we changed servers and our timestamps did not change.  It still reflects when the posts were actually made. 

This is bullshit.

timestamps on forum posts are different than the last edited part of a webpage. 
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Sita on August 09, 2011, 04:01:57 pm
I can't see a new forum doing any better, since it'd just be clearing things out, as far as pulling the plug, I'm considering it, WK seems to have walked away from it all so I can see her going along with that decision pretty easily.  She's said there are lurkers who want to see it continue and I am giving them time to crawl out and actually express that.
If there are people lurking then they probably won't come out and say anything until all the 'trouble makers' leave.
If there is a feeling, no matter if right or wrong, that they might get attacked they will keep their mouths shut.
Though if it is a serious consideration of shutting the place down you really should make a post to that effect. It might have a slim chance of those lurkers posting.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Phox on August 09, 2011, 04:04:32 pm
BH, you know where I stand in terms of your fetishes and what not, and I don't have a problem with you, personally.

I DO have a problem with Wyldkat due to the BS she pulled on TCC. I do not like her.

That said, your current behavior is getting on my nerves. I don't blame you for WK's actions, but you gotta answer for your own. I can abide many things, but attacking Stelz and Coyote is not one of them. Not that they need my defending, of course, but you're starting a war you can't win.

Funny thing, I said the SAME DAMN THING to Yatto just before he flipped out completely. So make your choices BH, because you and I both know what's going to happen if it goes to the mattresses.

Honest advice. Pull the plug at TSC. Let it die. It failed. If you and WK wish to start fresh with a new site, so be it, but don't invite us unless you drastically change the way things are run, but given what i've seen of WK's modding style, that doesn't seem likely.

Not inviting the Discordians tends to end up like not inviting Eris did for the Olympians.  Or not inviting that 13th fairy did for Sleeping beauty's mom and dad.

I can't see a new forum doing any better, since it'd just be clearing things out, as far as pulling the plug, I'm considering it, WK seems to have walked away from it all so I can see her going along with that decision pretty easily.  She's said there are lurkers who want to see it continue and I am giving them time to crawl out and actually express that.

as to attacking Coyote and Stelz, Coyote started it, I made a fool of myself with the attacking his military service thing and I aknowledge that, but sitting back while he dragged my perversions into every thread I posted in wasn't going to do any good either.

Stelz has contributed maybe 3 posts of any value, a few neutral ones, and a great deal of complete garbage.  I know she's capable of more, just from the hints I have seen on Alty's forum and those 3 posts of actual content but she chooses to post garbage.  Sure, maybe the forum is a garbage dump, as far as I can tell the main benefit most from here have seen from it's existence is that it is a place where folks from TCC can be picked on without the mods banning you for it, that doesn't mean I shouldn't call her out on it.  Especcially when the picking on isn't even done well.

And yes, that is what I am saying re the page, that's what Wyldkat said on TSC so I am basically just repeating.  I have talked with her about her kids a fair amount and saw them briefly on cam so I know that they do in fact exist.

(and before anyone says it, no it was not that kind of cam conversation, it was perfectly innocent)

and yes it would Khara, the content was uploaded to the page in 2007 so that is when the last modified date would be.  It registered it as a new page.

I think you are quite correct in regard to the second forum not panning out/getting raided. But again, that's your decision to make.

Yes, Coyote did start it, but really, what you said is inexcusable. I understand you didn't want your perversions dragged all over the forum, but again, you have to answer for your own words. And part of that is that you announced to PD that you are into snuff in an admitted attempt at attentionwhoring. You knew that some people would not take to that very well, and given your knowledge of Aedh's personality, it should come as no surprise that he would be more than willing to carry on like that as long as he could. Ditto Roger. Then you insulted both of them with one sweeping blow, not to mention Roger's kid, most of my family, many of my friends, and were it not for certain psych issues, I would have been in the military as well. So, you have to deal with the backlash of that.

As for stelz,  it was ill advised to draw a line in the sand over content, considering maybe two people were still posting content at that point. Personally, i think I maybe made ONE post with actual content in it. which has since been buried and forgotten. So, why not attack me?

Point is, BH, you picked a fight over a dead issue, and did a piss poor job of it. Seems almost like it was solely to keep our attention a little longer.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Triple Zero on August 09, 2011, 04:06:16 pm
Look at EB&G we changed servers and our timestamps did not change.  It still reflects when the posts were actually made. 

This is bullshit.

But it's not a forum post, it's an HTML page (we're talking about the same thing right?).

In my experience, when re-uploading HTML pages (and other files), sometimes the last-modified date changes to the time of uploading, and sometimes it doesn't. (My best guess is that whether this happens depends on the software used to upload and its settings)

Best thing you can say about a last-modified date is that the content most likely has not changed since that date (though there's ways to reset it to an arbitrary date so you can't even know that for sure).

I'm still with you that I too find the whole sequence of events rather questionable, just trying to shed some light so you don't attach too much value to evidence that's not really what you think it is.

As far as forum posts go, they are not files but entries in a database. You can generally trust the timestamps on those, and they do not change when changing servers. Of course those can also be faked but it's a lot of effort and if you do it wrong you'll end up with all the posts in the threads in the wrong order (cause they're sorted by date--the effect of which you can sometimes see when we merge threads and the posts get interleaved).
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on August 09, 2011, 04:07:31 pm
I can't see a new forum doing any better, since it'd just be clearing things out, as far as pulling the plug, I'm considering it, WK seems to have walked away from it all so I can see her going along with that decision pretty easily.  She's said there are lurkers who want to see it continue and I am giving them time to crawl out and actually express that.
If there are people lurking then they probably won't come out and say anything until all the 'trouble makers' leave.
If there is a feeling, no matter if right or wrong, that they might get attacked they will keep their mouths shut.
Though if it is a serious consideration of shutting the place down you really should make a post to that effect. It might have a slim chance of those lurkers posting.

I'll do that a while before shutting anything down.  I'm not quite at that stage yet and want to talk to WK about it before posting it in any case.  Posting that the forum may be shut down without meaning it is just threat and bluster.

Phox, like I said, I attacked Stelz for what she did post, not for what she didn't.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 09, 2011, 04:08:50 pm
Do whatever the hell you please, BH.

I've got Stella's back.  She has enough issues going on without having some deranged pervert decide to attempt to humilate her to satisfy his fucked up urges.

Let's fucking do this.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Phox on August 09, 2011, 04:15:45 pm
Look at EB&G we changed servers and our timestamps did not change.  It still reflects when the posts were actually made. 

This is bullshit.

But it's not a forum post, it's an HTML page (we're talking about the same thing right?).

In my experience, when re-uploading HTML pages (and other files), sometimes the last-modified date changes to the time of uploading, and sometimes it doesn't. (My best guess is that whether this happens depends on the software used to upload and its settings)

Best thing you can say about a last-modified date is that the content most likely has not changed since that date (though there's ways to reset it to an arbitrary date so you can't even know that for sure).

I'm still with you that I too find the whole sequence of events rather questionable, just trying to shed some light so you don't attach too much value to evidence that's not really what you think it is.

As far as forum posts go, they are not files but entries in a database. You can generally trust the timestamps on those, and they do not change when changing servers. Of course those can also be faked but it's a lot of effort and if you do it wrong you'll end up with all the posts in the threads in the wrong order (cause they're sorted by date--the effect of which you can sometimes see when we merge threads and the posts get interleaved).
Thanks for clearing that up or at least attempting to, Trip.   :)

Phox, like I said, I attacked Stelz for what she did post, not for what she didn't.
Even so, making an attack of any kind, on anyone at all at this point in the game is a futile gesture that simply reinforces our view that TSC  is just a dumping ground. You've been at PD long enough to know the likely outcome.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 09, 2011, 04:18:36 pm
I can't see a new forum doing any better, since it'd just be clearing things out, as far as pulling the plug, I'm considering it, WK seems to have walked away from it all so I can see her going along with that decision pretty easily.  She's said there are lurkers who want to see it continue and I am giving them time to crawl out and actually express that.
If there are people lurking then they probably won't come out and say anything until all the 'trouble makers' leave.
If there is a feeling, no matter if right or wrong, that they might get attacked they will keep their mouths shut.
Though if it is a serious consideration of shutting the place down you really should make a post to that effect. It might have a slim chance of those lurkers posting.

I don't believe any such lurkers exist.

On a related note, Steve Buscemi with Michelle Bachmann's eyes:

(http://blogs.villagevoice.com/runninscared/assets_c/2011/08/Steve_Buscemi_at_the_2009_Tribeca_Film_Festival-thumb-550x733.jpg)
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on August 09, 2011, 04:21:12 pm
I can't see a new forum doing any better, since it'd just be clearing things out, as far as pulling the plug, I'm considering it, WK seems to have walked away from it all so I can see her going along with that decision pretty easily.  She's said there are lurkers who want to see it continue and I am giving them time to crawl out and actually express that.
If there are people lurking then they probably won't come out and say anything until all the 'trouble makers' leave.
If there is a feeling, no matter if right or wrong, that they might get attacked they will keep their mouths shut.
Though if it is a serious consideration of shutting the place down you really should make a post to that effect. It might have a slim chance of those lurkers posting.

I don't believe any such lurkers exist.

On a related note, Steve Buscemi with Michelle Bachmann's eyes:

(http://blogs.villagevoice.com/runninscared/assets_c/2011/08/Steve_Buscemi_at_the_2009_Tribeca_Film_Festival-thumb-550x733.jpg)

 :eek:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 09, 2011, 06:05:02 pm
I'm still playing catch up from last week.  This is what happens when you go away for a few. 

So can anyone tell me how WK explained that she suddenly birthed 2 children ages 7 and 11 in the last 4 years?  Did they spring walking from her uterus?

It's a Pagan thing.  In a year or so, they'll eat their dad.

:mittens:

Heh.

What's REALLY funny is watching the snuff-dude try to dump on Stella over content.

You know, because everyone else over there is just cranking it right out.

she's the one who has 90% posts consisting of pictures of dildos.  It's not lack of content I'm calling her out on, it's the abundance of garbage.

Well, admins bullying people for posting too much crap is SURE to have the desired effect of making people post tons of content. It's true.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 09, 2011, 06:16:13 pm
BH, you know where I stand in terms of your fetishes and what not, and I don't have a problem with you, personally.

I DO have a problem with Wyldkat due to the BS she pulled on TCC. I do not like her.

That said, your current behavior is getting on my nerves. I don't blame you for WK's actions, but you gotta answer for your own. I can abide many things, but attacking Stelz and Coyote is not one of them. Not that they need my defending, of course, but you're starting a war you can't win.

Funny thing, I said the SAME DAMN THING to Yatto just before he flipped out completely. So make your choices BH, because you and I both know what's going to happen if it goes to the mattresses.

Honest advice. Pull the plug at TSC. Let it die. It failed. If you and WK wish to start fresh with a new site, so be it, but don't invite us unless you drastically change the way things are run, but given what i've seen of WK's modding style, that doesn't seem likely.

What Phox said.

I have enjoyed trolling with you, despite your frightening and appalling "fetish". I have been perfectly content never mentioning it, ever. But this turning into an apologetic, groveling turncoat dog the instant some internet pagan flashes the lure of e-pussy is just nauseating. You've essentially shown that you have no sense of community loyalty whatsoever if some smelly cunt might be available for you to fap to over your keyboard.

But you're headed down the same road as Fomenter now, which is taking the side of people who have repeatedly screwed us over and tried to exert "authority" over us. Thing is, in six months we'll still be here having fun and trolling pagans, and Wyldkat will still be an insufferable, manipulative, passive-aggressive, guilt tripping, slippery fat bitch who will never let you touch her IRL.

So, if that's what you want, keep on doing what you're doing.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 09, 2011, 06:19:33 pm
as to attacking Coyote and Stelz, Coyote started it, I made a fool of myself with the attacking his military service thing and I aknowledge that, but sitting back while he dragged my perversions into every thread I posted in wasn't going to do any good either.

"Waaahhh wahhhhhh I bragged about indulging my sick and genuinely socially threatening fantasies and now people won't just keep mum about them."

WHAT THE FUCK DID YOU THINK WOULD HAPPEN?

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 09, 2011, 06:21:08 pm
BH, you know where I stand in terms of your fetishes and what not, and I don't have a problem with you, personally.

I DO have a problem with Wyldkat due to the BS she pulled on TCC. I do not like her.

That said, your current behavior is getting on my nerves. I don't blame you for WK's actions, but you gotta answer for your own. I can abide many things, but attacking Stelz and Coyote is not one of them. Not that they need my defending, of course, but you're starting a war you can't win.

Funny thing, I said the SAME DAMN THING to Yatto just before he flipped out completely. So make your choices BH, because you and I both know what's going to happen if it goes to the mattresses.

Honest advice. Pull the plug at TSC. Let it die. It failed. If you and WK wish to start fresh with a new site, so be it, but don't invite us unless you drastically change the way things are run, but given what i've seen of WK's modding style, that doesn't seem likely.

What Phox said.

I have enjoyed trolling with you, despite your frightening and appalling "fetish". I have been perfectly content never mentioning it, ever. But this turning into an apologetic, groveling turncoat dog the instant some internet pagan flashes the lure of e-pussy is just nauseating. You've essentially shown that you have no sense of community loyalty whatsoever if some smelly cunt might be available for you to fap to over your keyboard.

But you're headed down the same road as Fomenter now, which is taking the side of people who have repeatedly screwed us over and tried to exert "authority" over us. Thing is, in six months we'll still be here having fun and trolling pagans, and Wyldkat will still be an insufferable, manipulative, passive-aggressive, guilt tripping, slippery fat bitch who will never let you touch her IRL.

So, if that's what you want, keep on doing what you're doing.

Thirded.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on August 09, 2011, 07:55:46 pm
as to attacking Coyote and Stelz, Coyote started it, I made a fool of myself with the attacking his military service thing and I aknowledge that, but sitting back while he dragged my perversions into every thread I posted in wasn't going to do any good either.

"Waaahhh wahhhhhh I bragged about indulging my sick and genuinely socially threatening fantasies while insulting the shit out of a fuckload of people and their families and sucking ass with some neurotic pagan skank trying to create an online fiefdom and and now people won't just keep mum about them."

WHAT THE FUCK DID YOU THINK WOULD HAPPEN?



Fine tuned.

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BadBeast on August 09, 2011, 08:32:48 pm

On a related note, Steve Buscemi with Michelle Bachmann's eyes:

(http://blogs.villagevoice.com/runninscared/assets_c/2011/08/Steve_Buscemi_at_the_2009_Tribeca_Film_Festival-thumb-550x733.jpg)
It looks more like Michelle Bachmann, with Steve Buscemi's stubble!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 13, 2011, 05:29:21 am
Babylon Horuv has officially jumped the fucking shark.

http://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php?topic=316.msg10038#new
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Eater of Clowns on August 13, 2011, 05:58:48 am
Babylon Horuv has officially jumped the fucking shark.

http://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php?topic=316.msg10038#new

When using this metaphor, we have to always remember:  When Fonzi jumped the shark, he was still, at one point, fucking Fonzi.

Babylon jumped the trout.  Which he'd previously fucked to death.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 13, 2011, 06:03:35 am
Babylon Horuv has officially jumped the fucking shark.

http://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php?topic=316.msg10038#new

When using this metaphor, we have to always remember:  When Fonzi jumped the shark, he was still, at one point, fucking Fonzi.

Babylon jumped the trout.  Which he'd previously fucked to death.

This.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 13, 2011, 06:07:51 am
Basically, BH has stated that I am morally equivalent to Snakeman.

This is not going to end well.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 13, 2011, 06:18:35 am
Basically, BH has stated that I am morally equivalent to Snakeman.

This is not going to end well.

Um.  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 13, 2011, 06:19:52 am
Basically, BH has stated that I am morally equivalent to Snakeman.

This is not going to end well.

Um.  :lulz:

I think the words you are looking for are "Roger is going to throw a legendary wobbler over this."

Yes, yes I am. 
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Phox on August 13, 2011, 06:27:06 am
Basically, BH has stated that I am morally equivalent to Snakeman.

This is not going to end well.

Well, I was trying to be civil about it, but, of course, you are under no such restrictions.  :lulz:

You are completely justified, and in my professional opinion yould be positively remiss if you let that one go without...

Basically, BH has stated that I am morally equivalent to Snakeman.

This is not going to end well.

Um.  :lulz:

I think the words you are looking for are "Roger is going to throw a legendary wobbler over this."

Yes, yes I am. 
Yes, that.  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Phox on August 13, 2011, 06:31:02 am
Funny thing, I said the SAME DAMN THING to Yatto just before he flipped out completely. So make your choices BH, because you and I both know what's going to happen if it goes to the mattresses.
Oooohhh joy. I LOVE BEING PUHSYICHIC!  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 13, 2011, 06:34:12 am
Babylon Horuv has officially jumped the fucking shark.

http://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php?topic=316.msg10038#new

When using this metaphor, we have to always remember:  When Fonzi jumped the shark, he was still, at one point, fucking Fonzi.

Babylon jumped the trout.  Which he'd previously fucked to death.

Omg this had me belly laughing for about five minutes straight and earned me concerned looks from my coworkers.

Is this a good time to say that I have never, not since the first day I posted here, ever liked BH.
Because I don't. And won't. And never have. He just makes my asshole twitch.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 13, 2011, 06:45:54 am
Babylon Horuv has officially jumped the fucking shark.

http://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/index.php?topic=316.msg10038#new

When using this metaphor, we have to always remember:  When Fonzi jumped the shark, he was still, at one point, fucking Fonzi.

Babylon jumped the trout.  Which he'd previously fucked to death.

Omg this had me belly laughing for about five minutes straight and earned me concerned looks from my coworkers.

Is this a good time to say that I have never, not since the first day I posted here, ever liked BH.
Because I don't. And won't. And never have. He just makes my asshole twitch.

You have good instincts.  The man IS, after all, a snuff porn freak.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 13, 2011, 06:46:30 am
Funny thing, I said the SAME DAMN THING to Yatto just before he flipped out completely. So make your choices BH, because you and I both know what's going to happen if it goes to the mattresses.
Oooohhh joy. I LOVE BEING PUHSYICHIC!  :lulz:

Next prediction, please.  For something that's going to happen in the next 36 hours.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 13, 2011, 06:56:24 am
Basically, BH has stated that I am morally equivalent to Snakeman.

This is not going to end well.

Um.  :lulz:

I think the words you are looking for are "Roger is going to throw a legendary wobbler over this."

Yes, yes I am. 

That is EXACTLY what I meant.  :lulz:

I can't believe that he even tried to go there.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 13, 2011, 07:00:28 am
Basically, BH has stated that I am morally equivalent to Snakeman.

This is not going to end well.

Um.  :lulz:

I think the words you are looking for are "Roger is going to throw a legendary wobbler over this."

Yes, yes I am. 

That is EXACTLY what I meant.  :lulz:

I can't believe that he even tried to go there.

Yes, well, I have decided that this is too important to go into angry.  No, this needs a colder form of rage.

I'll spend part of tomorrow building the right image files, and tomorrow night, I go batshit.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on August 13, 2011, 07:03:24 am
AND THERE WILL BE WEEPING AND GNASHING OF TEETH.  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Phox on August 13, 2011, 07:04:34 am
Funny thing, I said the SAME DAMN THING to Yatto just before he flipped out completely. So make your choices BH, because you and I both know what's going to happen if it goes to the mattresses.
Oooohhh joy. I LOVE BEING PUHSYICHIC!  :lulz:

Next prediction, please.  For something that's going to happen in the next 36 hours.
TSC implodes, we all get banned, OR nothing happens because BH gets arrested for choking WK to death. (It may or may not be sexual in nature).
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 13, 2011, 07:05:11 am
Funny thing, I said the SAME DAMN THING to Yatto just before he flipped out completely. So make your choices BH, because you and I both know what's going to happen if it goes to the mattresses.
Oooohhh joy. I LOVE BEING PUHSYICHIC!  :lulz:

Next prediction, please.  For something that's going to happen in the next 36 hours.
TSC implodes, we all get banned, OR nothing happens because BH gets arrested for choking WK to death. (It may or may not be sexual in nature).

I'm gonna say BH bans me on Wyldkat's instructions.  You read it here first.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 13, 2011, 07:08:44 am
Dok, I feel your form, some would say artform, of rage is something to aspire to.

Perhaps, something to be taught in schools.

I just tend to laugh until everything goes red and wake up days later with the strange sensation that I've done a bad thing. Very often this gets directed to the wrong target.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on August 13, 2011, 07:11:05 am
I smell a Purgetm coming.

We know what happens after a Purgetm.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 13, 2011, 07:12:50 am
Matter of time after that, before mass bannings of Discordians.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on August 13, 2011, 07:15:03 am
Road of Bones, then.  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Phox on August 13, 2011, 07:16:58 am
I'm going to be away for a few days with limited internet access, so I am unfortunately, probably going to miss all the fun.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on August 13, 2011, 08:25:25 pm
Funny thing, I said the SAME DAMN THING to Yatto just before he flipped out completely. So make your choices BH, because you and I both know what's going to happen if it goes to the mattresses.
Oooohhh joy. I LOVE BEING PUHSYICHIC!  :lulz:

Next prediction, please.  For something that's going to happen in the next 36 hours.
TSC implodes, we all get banned, OR nothing happens because BH gets arrested for choking WK to death. (It may or may not be sexual in nature).

I'm gonna say BH bans me on Wyldkat's instructions.  You read it here first.

First and most importantly I am not for pre-emptive bans, neither is she.  It's the wrong way to go about it and the only reason I could ever see it being ok is if someone clearly threatened to post something that went way beyond some tubgirl.  Something along the lines of the home address of someone who had been threatened by another member or someone's credit card numbers.

Secondly I have been on enough trolls to know that is a completely futile exercise anyways.  Even if you don't have sleeper accounts I am fairly certain others would be happy to repost things for you and once that ban avalanche starts it would end up with most of the members banned on TSC and me banned here for QPQ.  That forum isn't worth that to me.


Shutting down the forum completely if it is too far out of hand is possible, but seeing as Dok is making these images himself I am actually kind of curious what he'll come up with. 
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on August 13, 2011, 08:28:49 pm
Matter of time after that, before mass bannings of Discordians.

Considering 90% of the posting membership is Discordian that would be silly.

Just shutting the forum down is more likely.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 15, 2011, 02:59:48 pm
Been busy all weekend, unfortunately.

BH still insists that hyperbole on this board = actual death threats, and that I am morally equivalent to Snakeman.  When I approached him in PM, he wrote a one page response about how butthurt I am (at least I gather that's what it said...The first line said that, and I stopped reading.

I am now out to make BH as miserable as possible, on this board and that one, until I calm down.

Note:  I still haven't calmed down toward Malaul or Horab, just to give everyone a sense of perspective, here.  I doubt BH will be any different.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on August 15, 2011, 04:40:31 pm
Been busy all weekend, unfortunately.

BH still insists that hyperbole on this board = actual death threats, and that I am morally equivalent to Snakeman.  When I approached him in PM, he wrote a one page response about how butthurt I am (at least I gather that's what it said...The first line said that, and I stopped reading.

I am now out to make BH as miserable as possible, on this board and that one, until I calm down.

Note:  I still haven't calmed down toward Malaul or Horab, just to give everyone a sense of perspective, here.  I doubt BH will be any different.

Those two were what, 2006 or so?
Good to see you back.  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 15, 2011, 04:41:49 pm
Been busy all weekend, unfortunately.

BH still insists that hyperbole on this board = actual death threats, and that I am morally equivalent to Snakeman.  When I approached him in PM, he wrote a one page response about how butthurt I am (at least I gather that's what it said...The first line said that, and I stopped reading.

I am now out to make BH as miserable as possible, on this board and that one, until I calm down.

Note:  I still haven't calmed down toward Malaul or Horab, just to give everyone a sense of perspective, here.  I doubt BH will be any different.

Those two were what, 2006 or so?
Good to see you back.  :lulz:

2004/2005.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 15, 2011, 04:58:25 pm
He's just gonna dig in his heels and SCREETCH.  :lulz: And dig that hole as deep as he can dig it.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Dysfunctional Cunt on August 15, 2011, 05:23:00 pm
Eh well I'm done over there unless it is to be a complete bitch. 

The whole pedo thing is just too fucking disgusting for me and I don't want my name popping up active when fucking pedos google shit.

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 15, 2011, 06:39:59 pm
I was content to just let them do there thing and I could do mine and that would be that.

Then they did that nasty shit to Freeky in an attempt to avoid responsibility for their own hideous and disgusting personalities. WK I can see doing that with no problems, even though it filled me with rage, but BH backing her up and then trying to backpedal in the most disgusting manner possible...

The principle of this thing will not let me rest until that place is a smoking crater and BH's butthurt is visible from fucking space.

Well done you two. You've evoked the kind of hate in me that few people in know IRL have, the kind few people I've known for years have even seen.

Fucking magic.

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 15, 2011, 07:12:59 pm
BH is now jabbering about "official warnings".

Fomentorism in 3...2...1...
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cainad (dec.) on August 15, 2011, 07:16:59 pm
BH is now jabbering about "official warnings".

Fomentorism in 3...2...1...

Does it qualify if absolutely no one will be sorry it happened?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 15, 2011, 07:28:04 pm
BH is now jabbering about "official warnings".

Fomentorism in 3...2...1...

Does it qualify if absolutely no one will be sorry it happened?

Yes.

Fomentor sold us out for an admin-ship on a board full of actual Nazis.

Babylon Horuv sold us out for an admin-ship, though his motivation is simply that Wyldkat keep making choking noises on voice chat while he tugs on his dick.

The end result is the same.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cainad (dec.) on August 15, 2011, 07:31:22 pm
Ah, okay. I was unclear on the exact meaning of the term.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 15, 2011, 07:34:25 pm
Ah, okay. I was unclear on the exact meaning of the term.

It's when you sell out Discordia for a little bit of False Slack™.

Note that I didn't say "sell out Discordians".  That's just a personal thing.  Fomentor sold out Discordia by throwing his principles away for a little bit of power.  It doesn't matter who he fucked over, or indeed if he fucked anyone over at all.

Babylon Horuv sold out Discordia by shitting on the truth for a little bit of e-pussy.

They are both scum, in the same way...Only the details are different.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 15, 2011, 07:54:04 pm
Aye, there's the rub.
From BH:
Quote
It doesn't look like anything but a popularity contest to me.  Bloop is one of the cool kids, WK is not, so when Wk does something it's wrong, when bloop does it, it's ok.

That's all there is to it folks, we're being mean old monkeys, Freeky defended a Pedo and we have stinkier poo than most.
Let's pack up and go home.

 :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on August 15, 2011, 08:01:13 pm
The thing that really pisses me off is the constant bullshit about us all doing it to defend someone out of popularity, or because someone told us to, or any other stance that states each of us indiviually are only expressing one person's opinion, as if none of us are able to think clearly on our own and form our own opinions. That we all arrive at similar conclusions does not mean we are all members of a "I love Roger/Freeky/random PDer Cult of Personality"

That shit fucking pisses me off.

Every fucking time, no matter who is the subject of it, where it happens, if more than 3 PD Discordians, with one of them being Roger, we are all following orders.

Corpsefucker, please kill yourself.
Bride of Corpsefucker, please kill yourself.

Neither of you are fit to be parents, human beings or even animate flesh.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 15, 2011, 08:04:05 pm
Not to mention that isn't what Freeky did. At all.

She mentioned a real live story relevant to the discussion that involved a pedo and WK POUNCED on it so that she could shift some of her own shit away. This should not even be the issue. Then BH pounced on it and has been there like a raccoon clutching a shiny.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on August 15, 2011, 08:06:20 pm
The thing that really pisses me off is the constant bullshit about us all doing it to defend someone out of popularity, or because someone told us to, or any other stance that states each of us indiviually are only expressing one person's opinion, as if none of us are able to think clearly on our own and form our own opinions. That we all arrive at similar conclusions does not mean we are all members of a "I love Roger/Freeky/random PDer Cult of Personality"

That shit fucking pisses me off.

Every fucking time, no matter who is the subject of it, where it happens, if more than 3 PD Discordians, with one of them being Roger, we are all following orders.

Corpsefucker, please kill yourself.
Bride of Corpsefucker, please kill yourself.

Neither of you are fit to be parents, human beings or even animate flesh.

Roughly how I feel when everyone insists I am only saying things because I am up WK's ass, or that i am being spoonfed my opinions.  As if i wasn't perfectly capable of making a complete ass of myself before I ever even starting talking to her.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 15, 2011, 08:08:04 pm
The thing that really pisses me off is the constant bullshit about us all doing it to defend someone out of popularity, or because someone told us to, or any other stance that states each of us indiviually are only expressing one person's opinion, as if none of us are able to think clearly on our own and form our own opinions. That we all arrive at similar conclusions does not mean we are all members of a "I love Roger/Freeky/random PDer Cult of Personality"

That shit fucking pisses me off.

Every fucking time, no matter who is the subject of it, where it happens, if more than 3 PD Discordians, with one of them being Roger, we are all following orders.

Corpsefucker, please kill yourself.
Bride of Corpsefucker, please kill yourself.

Neither of you are fit to be parents, human beings or even animate flesh.

Roughly how I feel when everyone insists I am only saying things because I am up WK's ass, or that i am being spoonfed my opinions.  As if i wasn't perfectly capable of making a complete ass of myself before I ever even starting talking to her.

Shut it, corpsefucker.  You drew a false equivalence towards me, and then one towards Freeky, so that you could keep getting your e-pussy.

Just fuck off and die.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on August 15, 2011, 08:10:08 pm
The thing that really pisses me off is the constant bullshit about us all doing it to defend someone out of popularity, or because someone told us to, or any other stance that states each of us indiviually are only expressing one person's opinion, as if none of us are able to think clearly on our own and form our own opinions. That we all arrive at similar conclusions does not mean we are all members of a "I love Roger/Freeky/random PDer Cult of Personality"

That shit fucking pisses me off.

Every fucking time, no matter who is the subject of it, where it happens, if more than 3 PD Discordians, with one of them being Roger, we are all following orders.

Corpsefucker, please kill yourself.
Bride of Corpsefucker, please kill yourself.

Neither of you are fit to be parents, human beings or even animate flesh.

Roughly how I feel when everyone insists I am only saying things because I am up WK's ass, or that i am being spoonfed my opinions.  As if i wasn't perfectly capable of making a complete ass of myself before I ever even starting talking to her.

I was about to debate rationally with you, but then I remembered you aren't even animals as far as I am concerned now.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 15, 2011, 08:50:58 pm
The thing that really pisses me off is the constant bullshit about us all doing it to defend someone out of popularity, or because someone told us to, or any other stance that states each of us indiviually are only expressing one person's opinion, as if none of us are able to think clearly on our own and form our own opinions. That we all arrive at similar conclusions does not mean we are all members of a "I love Roger/Freeky/random PDer Cult of Personality"

That shit fucking pisses me off.

Every fucking time, no matter who is the subject of it, where it happens, if more than 3 PD Discordians, with one of them being Roger, we are all following orders.

Corpsefucker, please kill yourself.
Bride of Corpsefucker, please kill yourself.

Neither of you are fit to be parents, human beings or even animate flesh.

Roughly how I feel when everyone insists I am only saying things because I am up WK's ass, or that i am being spoonfed my opinions.  As if i wasn't perfectly capable of making a complete ass of myself before I ever even starting talking to her.

I was going to ask if you've ever examined why people like Freeky and don't like WK, but remembered that it's a waste of time because you are dense, illogical, and have no shame. Fuck off and die.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 15, 2011, 09:07:09 pm
Babylon Horuv, for me, is now a non-person.  He has ceased to exist as anything besides background noise, after his last post in the BH/WK thread.

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 15, 2011, 09:09:55 pm
I am looking forward to dumping some more shit on him.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 15, 2011, 09:10:54 pm
I am looking forward to dumping some more shit on him.

Okay, but that's what he's after.  He prefers negative attention to no attention at all1.

Just leave him to rot on his little board.



1  In a twisted way, you're basically having sex with him. 
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 15, 2011, 09:14:51 pm
AAAAGGHHHGG!

Ok, that convinced me. Ugh. Yeah, ok. I'm done.

:vom:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 15, 2011, 09:15:26 pm
AAAAGGHHHGG!

Ok, that convinced me. Ugh. Yeah, ok. I'm done.

:vom:

We Doktors are not here to tell you pleasing lies.  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Salty on August 15, 2011, 09:18:27 pm
Dok Howl,
Telling truths that would make Stephen King, Clive Barker, and Dean Koontz shit their pants simultaneously so hard they'd be writing bestsellers long after they were dead.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on August 15, 2011, 09:33:21 pm
AAAAGGHHHGG!

Ok, that convinced me. Ugh. Yeah, ok. I'm done.

:vom:

We Doktors are not here to tell you pleasing lies.  :lulz:

Window closed, bookmark nuked. :horrormirth:


If you decide to bomb the place for - what do they call it these days? - CLOSURE, let me know. Otherwise they're both dead to me.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 15, 2011, 09:41:09 pm
AAAAGGHHHGG!

Ok, that convinced me. Ugh. Yeah, ok. I'm done.

:vom:

We Doktors are not here to tell you pleasing lies.  :lulz:

Window closed, bookmark nuked. :horrormirth:


If you decide to bomb the place for - what do they call it these days? - CLOSURE, let me know. Otherwise they're both dead to me.

Likewise.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Eve Hill on August 15, 2011, 09:57:40 pm
I'm done there. So disgusted with those two.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on August 16, 2011, 01:09:57 am
The thing that really pisses me off is the constant bullshit about us all doing it to defend someone out of popularity, or because someone told us to, or any other stance that states each of us indiviually are only expressing one person's opinion, as if none of us are able to think clearly on our own and form our own opinions. That we all arrive at similar conclusions does not mean we are all members of a "I love Roger/Freeky/random PDer Cult of Personality"

That shit fucking pisses me off.

Every fucking time, no matter who is the subject of it, where it happens, if more than 3 PD Discordians, with one of them being Roger, we are all following orders.

Corpsefucker, please kill yourself.
Bride of Corpsefucker, please kill yourself.

Neither of you are fit to be parents, human beings or even animate flesh.

Roughly how I feel when everyone insists I am only saying things because I am up WK's ass, or that i am being spoonfed my opinions.  As if i wasn't perfectly capable of making a complete ass of myself before I ever even starting talking to her.

I was going to ask if you've ever examined why people like Freeky and don't like WK, but remembered that it's a waste of time because you are dense, illogical, and have no shame. Fuck off and die.

Probably because she understands social situations better, is not passive aggressive, and is such a basically decent person that she can find something good even in a pederast.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 16, 2011, 03:03:49 am
The thing that really pisses me off is the constant bullshit about us all doing it to defend someone out of popularity, or because someone told us to, or any other stance that states each of us indiviually are only expressing one person's opinion, as if none of us are able to think clearly on our own and form our own opinions. That we all arrive at similar conclusions does not mean we are all members of a "I love Roger/Freeky/random PDer Cult of Personality"

That shit fucking pisses me off.

Every fucking time, no matter who is the subject of it, where it happens, if more than 3 PD Discordians, with one of them being Roger, we are all following orders.

Corpsefucker, please kill yourself.
Bride of Corpsefucker, please kill yourself.

Neither of you are fit to be parents, human beings or even animate flesh.

Roughly how I feel when everyone insists I am only saying things because I am up WK's ass, or that i am being spoonfed my opinions.  As if i wasn't perfectly capable of making a complete ass of myself before I ever even starting talking to her.

I was going to ask if you've ever examined why people like Freeky and don't like WK, but remembered that it's a waste of time because you are dense, illogical, and have no shame. Fuck off and die.

Probably because she understands social situations better, is not passive aggressive, and is such a basically decent person that she can find something good even in a pederast.

 :lulz: I hope you at least found humor in making such a passive-aggressive statement.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on August 16, 2011, 03:21:18 am
The thing that really pisses me off is the constant bullshit about us all doing it to defend someone out of popularity, or because someone told us to, or any other stance that states each of us indiviually are only expressing one person's opinion, as if none of us are able to think clearly on our own and form our own opinions. That we all arrive at similar conclusions does not mean we are all members of a "I love Roger/Freeky/random PDer Cult of Personality"

That shit fucking pisses me off.

Every fucking time, no matter who is the subject of it, where it happens, if more than 3 PD Discordians, with one of them being Roger, we are all following orders.

Corpsefucker, please kill yourself.
Bride of Corpsefucker, please kill yourself.

Neither of you are fit to be parents, human beings or even animate flesh.

Roughly how I feel when everyone insists I am only saying things because I am up WK's ass, or that i am being spoonfed my opinions.  As if i wasn't perfectly capable of making a complete ass of myself before I ever even starting talking to her.

I was going to ask if you've ever examined why people like Freeky and don't like WK, but remembered that it's a waste of time because you are dense, illogical, and have no shame. Fuck off and die.

Probably because she understands social situations better, is not passive aggressive, and is such a basically decent person that she can find something good even in a pederast.

 :lulz: I hope you at least found humor in making such a passive-aggressive statement.

I hadn't thought of it that way at the time but that is pretty passive aggressive isn't it?  Yeah, I am amused, thank you for making me realize what I was doing.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 16, 2011, 03:21:58 am
But you don't realize what I'VE been doing.

But you will.   :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 16, 2011, 04:10:53 am
GOD FUCKING HOLY HELL,

my dog just farted something awful. :vom:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on August 16, 2011, 04:11:41 am
GOD FUCKING HOLY HELL,

my dog just farted something awful. :vom:

I am amused that you would post this here.

It's like poetry or something!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 16, 2011, 04:11:52 am
GOD FUCKING HOLY HELL,

my dog just farted something awful. :vom:

Well, at least you know he's finally getting enough cheese.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on August 16, 2011, 04:15:13 am
GOD FUCKING HOLY HELL,

my dog just farted something awful. :vom:

And this is why we Love Her Majesty, the Dark Empress of the North.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 16, 2011, 04:16:04 am
GOD FUCKING HOLY HELL,

my dog just farted something awful. :vom:

And this is why we Love Her Majesty, the Dark Empress of the North.

Also, because if we don't love her, we get our ears nailed to the wall.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on August 16, 2011, 04:16:42 am
GOD FUCKING HOLY HELL,

my dog just farted something awful. :vom:

And this is why we Love Her Majesty, the Dark Empress of the North.

Also, because if we don't love her, we get our ears nailed to the wall.

If she's in a good mood, that is.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 16, 2011, 04:18:51 am
GOD FUCKING HOLY HELL,

my dog just farted something awful. :vom:

And this is why we Love Her Majesty, the Dark Empress of the North.

Also, because if we don't love her, we get our ears nailed to the wall.

If she's in a good mood, that is.

Goes without saying.  Last time she was in a MODERATELY CROSS mood, she accidentally and then Pompeii and Herculaneum and then up the with Pliny the Elder and the pyroclastic cloud.

Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on August 16, 2011, 04:22:44 am
GOD FUCKING HOLY HELL,

my dog just farted something awful. :vom:

And this is why we Love Her Majesty, the Dark Empress of the North.

Also, because if we don't love her, we get our ears nailed to the wall.

If she's in a good mood, that is.

Goes without saying.  Last time she was in a MODERATELY CROSS mood, she accidentally and then Pompeii and Herculaneum and then up the with Pliny the Elder and the pyroclastic cloud.



And it goes without saying that when she's feeling somewhat prankish, things like the Battle of Cannae happen.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 16, 2011, 04:23:43 am
GOD FUCKING HOLY HELL,

my dog just farted something awful. :vom:

And this is why we Love Her Majesty, the Dark Empress of the North.

Also, because if we don't love her, we get our ears nailed to the wall.

If she's in a good mood, that is.

Goes without saying.  Last time she was in a MODERATELY CROSS mood, she accidentally and then Pompeii and Herculaneum and then up the with Pliny the Elder and the pyroclastic cloud.



You guys make me feel all warm and spiky inside, like sitting up close to a man impaled through with many pointy things, all steamy and sweet-smelling. :)
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 16, 2011, 04:24:22 am
GOD FUCKING HOLY HELL,

my dog just farted something awful. :vom:

And this is why we Love Her Majesty, the Dark Empress of the North.

Also, because if we don't love her, we get our ears nailed to the wall.

If she's in a good mood, that is.

Goes without saying.  Last time she was in a MODERATELY CROSS mood, she accidentally and then Pompeii and Herculaneum and then up the with Pliny the Elder and the pyroclastic cloud.



And it goes without saying that when she's feeling somewhat prankish, things like the Battle of Cannae happen.

Oh, yeah, or "Hey, Tojo...If you hit them when they're not looking, they'll fold up like an accordion."

She never liked him.  He had little piggy eyes, like people from North Carolina.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on August 16, 2011, 04:25:07 am
GOD FUCKING HOLY HELL,

my dog just farted something awful. :vom:

And this is why we Love Her Majesty, the Dark Empress of the North.

Also, because if we don't love her, we get our ears nailed to the wall.

If she's in a good mood, that is.

Goes without saying.  Last time she was in a MODERATELY CROSS mood, she accidentally and then Pompeii and Herculaneum and then up the with Pliny the Elder and the pyroclastic cloud.



And it goes without saying that when she's feeling somewhat prankish, things like the Battle of Cannae happen.

Which is where she met C_A for the first time, incidentally.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 16, 2011, 04:25:15 am
GOD FUCKING HOLY HELL,

my dog just farted something awful. :vom:

And this is why we Love Her Majesty, the Dark Empress of the North.

Also, because if we don't love her, we get our ears nailed to the wall.

If she's in a good mood, that is.

Goes without saying.  Last time she was in a MODERATELY CROSS mood, she accidentally and then Pompeii and Herculaneum and then up the with Pliny the Elder and the pyroclastic cloud.



You guys make me feel all warm and spiky inside, like sitting up close to a man impaled through with many pointy things, all steamy and sweet-smelling. :)

NOTE TO SELF:  BRING DAN ALONG NEXT TIME NIGEL VISITS.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on August 16, 2011, 04:26:29 am


Oh, yeah, or "Hey, Tojo...If you hit them when they're not looking, they'll fold up like an accordion."

She never liked him.  He had little piggy eyes, like people from North Carolina.

:lol:  Well, she never did really dig on anyone horning in on her Emperor/Empress gig.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 16, 2011, 04:27:08 am


Oh, yeah, or "Hey, Tojo...If you hit them when they're not looking, they'll fold up like an accordion."

She never liked him.  He had little piggy eyes, like people from North Carolina.

:lol:  Well, she never did really dig on anyone horning in on her Emperor/Empress gig.

You're thinking of Hirohito.  She made him dress like a butler.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Freeky on August 16, 2011, 04:29:26 am


Oh, yeah, or "Hey, Tojo...If you hit them when they're not looking, they'll fold up like an accordion."

She never liked him.  He had little piggy eyes, like people from North Carolina.

:lol:  Well, she never did really dig on anyone horning in on her Emperor/Empress gig.

You're thinking of Hirohito.  She made him dress like a butler.

Ah, yes, you're right. 
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 16, 2011, 04:34:03 am
I love you guys. :)
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Pæs on August 16, 2011, 09:30:57 am
Aw. My TSC application went from "You must wait for an administrator to let you in, bro." to "That username does not exist."

  :sad:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on August 16, 2011, 02:19:28 pm
Aw. My TSC application went from "You must wait for an administrator to let you in, bro." to "That username does not exist."

  :sad:

Sorry, go ahead and apply again and I'll approve you.  We get a lot of spambots.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on August 16, 2011, 09:45:54 pm
Babs, I think you and Wyldkat need to quit quibbling bills and money and start making therapy a top priority.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Dysfunctional Cunt on August 24, 2011, 06:16:25 pm
Today is Wyldkat's birthday.  As there has been damn near zero activity at TSC since we left except for her and BH and some other new guy, should we all pop over for a HAPPY BIRTHDAY ERIS STYLE???

 :evil:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on August 24, 2011, 06:17:03 pm
Today is Wyldkat's birthday.  As there has been damn near zero activity at TSC since we left except for her and BH and some other new guy, should we all pop over for a HAPPY BIRTHDAY ERIS STYLE???

 :evil:

Nope.

I'd rather she just sat there alone.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Don Coyote on August 24, 2011, 06:18:03 pm
Today is Wyldkat's birthday.  As there has been damn near zero activity at TSC since we left except for her and BH and some other new guy, should we all pop over for a HAPPY BIRTHDAY ERIS STYLE???

 :evil:

Nope.

I'd rather she just sat there alone.
^^^^
This
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on August 24, 2011, 06:29:11 pm
Today is Wyldkat's birthday.  As there has been damn near zero activity at TSC since we left except for her and BH and some other new guy, should we all pop over for a HAPPY BIRTHDAY ERIS STYLE???

 :evil:

Nope.

I'd rather she just sat there alone.
^^^^
This
Yes. She's got corpsefucker over there anyway. That's enough for her teeter totter.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Dysfunctional Cunt on August 24, 2011, 06:33:43 pm
It was just a thought  :)
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on August 24, 2011, 06:36:22 pm
It is a good day to go fuck with somebody. Just not her, she'd be twisted enough to like the attention.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BadBeast on August 25, 2011, 02:43:19 am
 We all like attention.  :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cain on September 14, 2011, 02:31:15 pm
TSC is now reduced to three posters.

And they've had ten posts in as many days.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on September 14, 2011, 02:34:15 pm
TSC is now reduced to three posters.

And they've had ten posts in as many days.

Let me guess...BH, WC, and mountain mama.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cain on September 14, 2011, 02:36:07 pm
Actually, it was Arnemetia.  Even Mountain Mamma seems to have abandoned the place.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Dysfunctional Cunt on September 14, 2011, 02:43:54 pm
They get new member who never even make the first post.   :lulz:

I'm wondering if Wyldkat is regretting her decisions?  :roll:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on September 14, 2011, 02:47:27 pm
I'm wondering if Wyldkat is regretting her decisions?  :roll:

I'm sure she regrets nothing because nothing is ever her fault.  :winner:

 But that said, :lulz: :lulz: :lulz:

 EPIC FAIL
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: LMNO on September 14, 2011, 02:56:22 pm
Time to proxy in and spam "I told you so" across the boards?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cain on September 14, 2011, 02:57:57 pm
I think one post might be better.

After all, spam might make it look like their forum has activity to be disrupted.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Sita on September 14, 2011, 04:26:22 pm
I had actually forgotten about the place. Guess I should drop in and see how boring it is.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cain on September 14, 2011, 08:54:13 pm
For those who remember Snake-Man's shennanigans at TSC, here is a quote from him on TCC about his ethics

4. Always speak the truth…tell it like it is, no matter how painful it may be. Don’t lie.

I have asked him to clarify if this includes lying through omission.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on September 14, 2011, 10:33:34 pm
 :lulz: Awesome.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: BabylonHoruv on September 15, 2011, 05:01:59 am
Time to proxy in and spam "I told you so" across the boards?

why proxy?  nobody is banned.

I guess spamming I told you so is technically bannable, but we'd just clean it up and grumble instead.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cain on September 15, 2011, 12:23:37 pm
:lulz: Awesome.

He is now playing dumb, so I have posited a couple of "hypotheticals."
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Anna Mae Bollocks on September 15, 2011, 02:39:35 pm
He's gone quiet... :lulz:
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 15, 2011, 04:06:14 pm
I have a special badge for you, BH:

(http://www.commenthaven.com/glitter-text-generator/vw/09/z4e70eea0bbef2.gif)
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 26, 2018, 12:00:37 am
Bump so I can read all 50 pages of goodness when I get home.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 26, 2018, 01:05:39 am
Holy crap.  I had forgotten all about TSC, and looking back, that has to be the ALL TIME CHAMPION proof of TGRR's Dictum.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: The Wizard Joseph on June 26, 2018, 02:24:05 pm
Holy crap.  I had forgotten all about TSC, and looking back, that has to be the ALL TIME CHAMPION proof of TGRR's Dictum.

What is TGRR's Dictum?
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: LMNO on June 26, 2018, 02:46:37 pm
Holy crap.  I had forgotten all about TSC, and looking back, that has to be the ALL TIME CHAMPION proof of TGRR's Dictum.

What is TGRR's Dictum?

Read the thread.


The arc of this thing is epic.  Started friendly enough, with honest suggestions of how to mod the place.  Then around page 15 or so, it goes really dark.  Also, around page 30 it reads like a one-sided phone conversation since most of the action is taking place over at TSC (which is 404, btw). 

All in all, a spectacular three-month flameout.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Capeditiea on June 26, 2018, 04:13:03 pm
i have forgotten which page i left off at...
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 27, 2018, 11:34:09 pm
Holy crap.  I had forgotten all about TSC, and looking back, that has to be the ALL TIME CHAMPION proof of TGRR's Dictum.

What is TGRR's Dictum?

Read the thread.


The arc of this thing is epic.  Started friendly enough, with honest suggestions of how to mod the place.  Then around page 15 or so, it goes really dark.  Also, around page 30 it reads like a one-sided phone conversation since most of the action is taking place over at TSC (which is 404, btw). 

All in all, a spectacular three-month flameout.

What's amazing is that nobody was surprised or shocked when the inevitable happened.  I was also glad that CPD got out of the way before the shitstorm started.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: LMNO on June 27, 2018, 11:53:38 pm
BH was involved. Inevitable.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Capeditiea on June 28, 2018, 12:35:19 am
:O y'all intelligent as fuck. *nods, i absolutely love you discordians. *nods.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Faust on June 28, 2018, 12:39:36 am
:O y'all intelligent as fuck. *nods, i absolutely love you discordians. *nods.
Stop calling us intelligent it brings me out in a rash.

Went back to page 15, Christ I forgot about "I fantasize about killing people" BH
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Capeditiea on June 28, 2018, 12:45:45 am
:O y'all intelligent as fuck. *nods, i absolutely love you discordians. *nods.
Stop calling us intelligent it brings me out in a rash.

Went back to page 15, Christ I forgot about "I fantasize about killing people" BH

:D intelligent, intelligent, intelligent, inteligent, intelligenitals
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 28, 2018, 12:49:33 am
:O y'all intelligent as fuck. *nods, i absolutely love you discordians. *nods.
Stop calling us intelligent it brings me out in a rash.

Went back to page 15, Christ I forgot about "I fantasize about killing people" BH

I'd forgotten about Snakeman and EBS, but BH is a special kind of sick, and I don't find him to be forgettable.  Sort of like the time I power-shat in the conference room.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 28, 2018, 12:50:08 am
:O y'all intelligent as fuck. *nods, i absolutely love you discordians. *nods.
Stop calling us intelligent it brings me out in a rash.

Went back to page 15, Christ I forgot about "I fantasize about killing people" BH

:D intelligent, intelligent, intelligent, inteligent, intelligenitals

See, I warned you about Faust, and here you are, poking the penguin.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Capeditiea on June 28, 2018, 01:05:55 am
:O my notes fell into the toilet... and all the words are smelly... so i am not sure if faust made or not a deal with the devil... :O
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Capeditiea on June 28, 2018, 01:09:48 am
...i am pretty sure faust is not penguin... *nods, he obviously is a ...well i cannot spell that specific bird so i will go with parrot.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 28, 2018, 01:56:09 am
...i am pretty sure faust is not penguin... *nods, he obviously is a ...well i cannot spell that specific bird so i will go with parrot.

It's worse.  He's Irish.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cain on June 28, 2018, 02:22:03 am
Snakeman

Obligatory:

(http://i.imgur.com/64CbH.jpg)
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 28, 2018, 02:52:44 am
Snakeman

Obligatory:

(http://i.imgur.com/64CbH.jpg)

I am now feverishly trying to remember if that comment was a response to me making fun of his eyes.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Capeditiea on June 28, 2018, 02:55:33 am
...i am pretty sure faust is not penguin... *nods, he obviously is a ...well i cannot spell that specific bird so i will go with parrot.

It's worse.  He's Irish.

o my. :O faust is an irish parrot penguin... *nods, no wonder you warned me
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Capeditiea on June 28, 2018, 03:00:03 am
Snakeman

Obligatory:

(http://i.imgur.com/64CbH.jpg)

I am now feverishly trying to remember if that comment was a response to me making fun of his eyes.


this explains a few things.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cain on June 28, 2018, 04:37:02 am
Snakeman

Obligatory:

(http://i.imgur.com/64CbH.jpg)

I am now feverishly trying to remember if that comment was a response to me making fun of his eyes.

It's possible, but for some reason I seem to recall Snakeman threatened women far more than he did men. 

He wasn't very notable though, so I could be entirely wrong.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: LMNO on June 28, 2018, 12:52:14 pm
This is making me want to go and re-read the IANAR thread again.
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: Cramulus on June 28, 2018, 02:34:59 pm
omfghhhhhhhahahaha I had totally forgotten about Snakeman. I remember getting into it with him at TCC over his racist posts. I kept blasting him with data that showed his racist opinions were flat out wrong, and he just dug in deeper.

Man, here in 2018, TCCs "tolerance" for that kind of shit tastes really bad.



btw, there is one snapshot of the spiritual crossroads on the wayback machine... without any of the images or styling, it's a little hard to read, but here it is:

https://web.archive.org/web/20120323124600/http://rampant-griffon.net/spiritualcrossroads/
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: The Wizard Joseph on June 29, 2018, 02:11:07 pm
Well, having put more thought into it, I think the world needs more Pagan forums.  I mean, it's not like every cafe druid and cherohonkey with a copy of Mists of Avalon hasn't started one, or that they ALL turn out the same way.

Prediction:  No matter how good the intent of the 3 people involved, no matter what examples they have to warn them, within months they'll be strongarming people with the mod button.

Why?  Because Paganism is - and always has been - about control.  Gardiner and his friends, in Wicca's case, wrote that RIGHT INTO THE RELIGION...So that they could use it to control the rubes that followed them. 

TGRR's Dictum:  A Pagan board will go mod-happy just as soon as they have a base of believers that have to be "protected" from any test of their ideas from an outside person or group.

I'm in the process of reading the thread. Just thought I'd move a copy of this here quote to the recent pages for reference.

From how things are going in the thread so far it seems almost idyllic. Best keep on reading!
Title: Re: The Spiritual Crossroads.
Post by: The Wizard Joseph on June 29, 2018, 07:36:28 pm
BH was involved. Inevitable.

This^^^^^

Fuck that guy.

Thread waz awesome!  :lulz: