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>Pamela Fitzpatrick wrote:
>> The internet is for *everyone* and for you to suggest the type of reverse
>> censorship that you are <troll that you may be> is in of itself childish.
>So not conforming to your ideal is "childish". Oh, excuse ME. Let's do
>everything YOU want to do .
>> I believe people on a basic level deserve to be treated with respect and
>> decently. You have made choices to the other extreme (so it appears). You
>The only "crime" was being different than a small coterie of catish
>> have also expected others to conform to *you* which is selfishness at it's
>> best. The vision I have of *you* is the bull in the china shop. You are too
>> selfish to understand that *you* are not the center of the universe.
>And neither is your self-rightous and self-serving ideals.
>> that because we don't conform to *you* then you have the right to stampede
>> around like a moron/jerk/ass.
>NAME CALLING!! NAME CALLING!!! Now *that's* childish! Sheesh.
>> Maybe this is where you get your jollies and think that you can be the boor
>> that you are not allowed to be in Real Life....but a big surprise here,
>> people do use the internet for real reasons, not because they don't have a
>> life <as you appear to be the example>.
>Yet another ad hominem. Pamela, this really isn't about *right* or
>*wrong*, is it? This is really about what you *LIKE* and what you
>*DON'T LIKE*. Please do not confuse these two concepts, for it will
>only make you look stupid.
>> I came onto this newsgroup because I needed the information that is
>> available here. I did not come here to have the type of childish behavior
>> that has been exhibited here by *you* and your ilk. From what I can tell,
>You have reverted to namecalling, so you have therefore exhibited
>childish behavior yourself.
>> the ISP cancelled service do the violations of the conditions of the
>> agreement. It had nothing to do with stifling free speech because the
>> person signed up with the service *knowingly*.
>It had everything to do with free speech. It had to do with what you
>LIKE and what you DON'T LIKE. And attempts were made to cancel accounts
>and get people off of the internet for NOT LIKING. This is not the same
>as "WRONG", yet that is surely what you and others have cloaked your
>> Free speech *has* responsibilities too it.
>Then show me some thru your OWN behavior.
>> Free speech does not give you
>> the right to behave as a selfish moron.
>Which is exactly what some of the denizens here did.
>>It does give you the right to find
>> an appropriate newsgroup though for the type of conversation that you
>And it gives YOU the right to ignore and killfile.
>> But you are a troll and you are only trying to generate responses.
>And for this I thank you from the bottom of my troller's heart.
>> You could really care less how you do that. And as advocates of free speech
>> and the rights therein...well, you certainly do waste a lot of bandwidth on
>> this technology.
>HUH? You make no sense at all.
>> Maybe you will find your fight better met in say
>> Kosovo....where the free speech is obviously being stifled by religious
>> groups there.
>So for posting the word "semen" here you would like to banish people to
>a war-torn nation? What would you do to someone who said "jism"?
>> I suggest that you take a vacation to some sort of place
>> soon. Maybe your perspective on how the Real World is might be finally
>> turned to the "right" direction.
>And I thank you for your advice. Sadly, I am on vacation this month and
>decided to spend all of my time posting to alt.sewing. I figured that
>would be more fun than Kosovo. You know, where the real pain is penis
>> Poster is a resident of Washington State.
>> Spammers be warned, Washington State has a Spam Law that is successfully
>> Cheryl T <n...@private.com> wrote in article
>> > jhar...@wwnet.com wrote:
>> > > I am sorry you have misinterpreted my reference. I would like to
>> > > clarify and re-state, that it was not necessarily the proper word for
>> > > the anatomy that disturbed me, but the vulgar and offensive "foul"
>> > > language that accompanied several posts. This language is not used
>> > > to contribute or support their subject content....just used for
>> > > reactionary purposes. Those who choose to use foul language in this
>> > > forum are wrong to do so.
>> > > So, this "batty" seamstress doesn't mind reminding you to mind
>> > > your manners. Just in case your mother hasn't told you in a
>> > > while.....take a moment out to treat others how you would like to be
>> > > treated. If you take comfort in bantering that sort of language
>> > > about with your friends.....so be it. If I want to read that sort of
>> > > language I have a hunch I could locate places or magazines to read it.
>> > > But I don't want to read it here. JOY
>> > > On Thu, 24 Jun 1999 10:18:45 -0400, Cheryl T <n...@private.com> wrote:
>> > > >jhar...@wwnet.com wrote:
>> > > >> Ultimately we don't care if you are tracked down and punished....we
>> > > >> just want you to GO AWAY!
>> > > >> It is against the law in the State of Michigan to use foul
>> > > >> language to women and children.
>> > > >> I was really on the fence concerning the use of the legitimate
>> > > >> name for a body fluid (though I stated I thought you could have been
>> > > >> more discreet and tactful).....but I do not appreciate and will not
>> > > >> tolerate the use of foul language on our beloved newsgroup.
>> > > >> You are wrong to use that terminology in this forum. JOY
>> > > >How could a medical/biological term be "foul"?
>> > You are telling me to treat others how I would like to be treated? Hell
>> > woman, why don't you use some of this same critique on your own little
>> > group here? I don't go around trying to get people's ISP accounts
>> > terminated because they say things I do not like. How childish is THAT?
>> > Aren't those BAD MANNERS too? The fact that your moralising is so
>> > selective completely invalidates everything else that you say. What
>> > don't you tell those bitches who tried to close peoples' accounts down
>> > that that is no way to act? Tell them that life and liberty are not
>> > popularity contests.
>> > If you do not like foul language, then the internet is not a good place
>> > for such a closed mind as yours.