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Good metaphor.

I want here to repeat: therre was a vessel ( the ones that are ATTACHED to the corpera on the side . Not vessels that can be moved around) that were HUGLY widend, so the middle corpus blood ran in to that wided vessel and could not fill up propably.

I repeat: I am not a native english speaker so don’t ban me pls. I just wand to give my diagnosis to others. !

Originally Posted by inspirit99
Let’s say a police officer followed a citizen around and repeatedly poked them with a stick, and the citizen finally angrily demanded the officer stop. The citizen was then charged with a minor crime for misbehaving. After this, the police officer continued to follow them around and poke them, and this time, the citizen poked the officer back, and as a result was charged with a bigger crime for misbehaving again. Who do you feel would be wrong in such a scenario, the police officer or the citizen?

Except in this case it was poople poking us.
There’s no excuse for abusive language when you’re typing and have time to consider your words, he told folk to “fuck off” more than once.

Wasn’t the order like this:

1. He posted about his injury

2. People told him he wasn’t injured

3. He didn’t agree

4. People started mocking him

5. He finally cursed

It isn’t against the rules to post about the physical symptoms of an injury and then speculate about what they are, yet that was what people were mocking him for, and then after that he cursed. One could argue that he shouldn’t have cursed, but he still was repeatedly provoked. Plus, some of the mocking was pretty disrespectful.

I would be willing to bet 100 dollar if anyone who is not mod, donator, or senior member of this forum would not say after reading this post from page 1 that poople got not bullied in a way

I’m a senior member. Senior member means only that I have wrote a certain number of post in a certain period of time. It is not a merit, it is a feature of the forum; It does not determine any privilege.

I didn’t read what you are saying. Sincerely.

He was a panicked kid who wanted, with the help of others, to be and remain injured. Do you know any other 19 year old kids that stay in bed for three months healing an injury? No friends to see; no work or school, all doctors reports normal and yet he had more symptoms than any injury I have ever read. Now does that seem normal to you?

This is a forum. I think that this is a forum full of information and of recommendations for caution. I can only repeat that I didn’t read what you are saying. This is my point of view.


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Unless he was banned for not agreeing with some people, AKA censorship, then the point still stands that he was banned for cursing in response to repeatedly being provoked. Besides, the question that Bill asked him before banning him had already been mockingly asked by someone else, and he had already answered it. The number of provocations that led up to him cursing call into question whether it was fair for him to be permanently banned. Some people’s opinions about his injury aren’t relevant unless people are now being banned for opposing views/censorship, so I don’t see why that would even be brought up.

Originally Posted by inspirit99
Wasn’t the order like this:

1. He posted about his injury

2. People told him he wasn’t injured

3. He didn’t agree

4. People started mocking him

5. He finally cursed

It isn’t against the rules to post about the physical symptoms of an injury and then speculate about what they are, yet that was what people were mocking him for, and then after that he cursed. One could argue that he shouldn’t have cursed, but he still was repeatedly provoked. Plus, some of the mocking was pretty disrespectful.

Everyone took him seriously to begin with and only started to disagree when his claims got more outlandish and contradictory.
There are hundreds of other injury threads that didn’t go this way.

Originally Posted by capernicus1
Everyone took him seriously to begin with and only started to disagree when his claims got more outlandish and contradictory.
There are hundreds of other injury threads that didn’t go this way.

It may have seemed that way due to the fact that his method of explaining things wasn’t geared at all towards convincing people, but rather at just just being open and detailed about everything he physically experienced and any speculation about why.

Plus, there was that other guy who right from the beginning used any vulnerability, such as him being worried in the initial stage right when the injury first happened, to rally and incite others against him.

Here’s another thread where the OP focused his explanation more on convincing people that he knew would be skeptical, and where there wasn’t this sort of injury forum hitman poised to attack him right out of the box for any potential, exploitable weakness, and things went differently- Injury story

On this thread, I feel people based their judgments on his style of explanation and on being incited against him. I do understand that people will be skeptical, and when combined with other factors can result in them being dismissive instead of taking the initiative to ask questions about things that they felt didn’t make sense. He would have clarified if people had. In the end though, I don’t think he should have been banned permanently for cursing considering the numerous provocations that led up to it.

Originally Posted by inspirit99

Let’s say a police officer followed a citizen around and repeatedly poked them with a stick, and the citizen finally angrily demanded the officer stop. The citizen was then charged with a minor crime for misbehaving. After this, the police officer continued to follow them around and poke them, and this time, the citizen poked the officer back, and as a result was charged with a bigger crime for misbehaving again. Who do you feel would be wrong in such a scenario, the police officer or the citizen?

Are you implying that the mods provoked him into ignoring advice? He was warned numerous times, after repeated attempts to help him solve his problem. His treatment was very fair, in my opinion.

I think maybe the scenario could go like this: discontented citizen goes to police for help. Police listen to him and try to help him. They offer advice and experienced opinion. Citizen refuses to accept opinions or advice yet continues to demand attention and assistance. Police try again, and citizen still refuses to heed counsel or advice. At this point the police realise that citizen really doesn’t want help, he just seems to want attention. Police one by one try to disassociate themselves from citizen, since there really is no way they can genuinely assist him. Citizen feels the lessening of attention and now increases his demands. Police have no more resources to waste on a thankless, ego driven troll and send him away from the kingdom.


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Last edited by clgp7 : 06-28-2016 at .

Originally Posted by clgp7
Are you implying that the mods provoked him into ignoring advice? He was warned numerous times, after repeated attempts to help him solve his problem. His treatment was very fair, in my opinion.

Can you be more specific when you say ignoring advice?

What was he banned for- ignoring advice or cursing?

Originally Posted by inspirit99
Can you be more specific when you say ignoring advice?

What was he banned for- ignoring advice or cursing?

I’d tend to think it was his overall attitude and the way he responded to the community. In my over decade here I kind of thought it would come to this end. Express anything you want just don’t attack others.


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Originally Posted by inspirit99
It may have seemed that way due to the fact that his method of explaining things wasn’t geared at all towards convincing people, but rather at just just being open and detailed about everything he physically experienced and any speculation about why.

Plus, there was that other guy who right from the beginning used any vulnerability, such as him being worried in the initial stage right when the injury first happened, to rally and incite others against him.

Here’s another thread where the OP focused his explanation more on convincing people that he knew would be skeptical, and where there wasn’t this sort of injury forum hitman poised to attack him right out of the box for any potential, exploitable weakness, and things went differently- Injury story

On this thread, I feel people based their judgments on his style of explanation and on being incited against him. I do understand that people will be skeptical, and when combined with other factors can result in them being dismissive instead of taking the initiative to ask questions about things that they felt didn’t make sense. He would have clarified if people had. In the end though, I don’t think he should have been banned permanently for cursing considering the numerous provocations that led up to it.

Say we meet half way on this, someone took a decision and banned him, mods do their best at the time.

If you think we should reconsider then say so and it may get discussed but if enough folk agree he broke the rules then its over.

Originally Posted by Titleist
I’d tend to think it was his overall attitude and the way he responded to the community. In my over decade here I kind of thought it would come to this end. Express anything you want just don’t attack others.

I still think it would be good if more specifics could be given about stuff like- ignored advice, overall attitude, etc. At first, people said he was banned for cursing, but now that is changing, and he was banned for these other reasons as well. What percentage of the ban was due to the cursing?

Some specifics I could give would be- His attitude was just that he was going to stay in bed for awhile for a few months to give the injury any chance to heal, and then if it didn’t after that time, move on. The advice was essentially that he needed to move on right away. He responded in disagreement since he wanted to give the injury any chance to heal, and felt it would be worth waiting a few months if it might mean avoiding a long term injury. Was this a big part of why he was banned?

Again, I think the most fair thing would be that, if stuff such as overall attitude was a big part of the reason he was banned, specifics could be provided about what the overall attitude was. Anyone can really accuse anyone of having a bad attitude and not go into specifics.


Last edited by inspirit99 : 06-28-2016 at .
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