February 10, 2006 at 19:30 #4155
I found it a little odd, I must admit. Would anyone care to explain?February 10, 2006 at 21:14 #98400lollys mateMember
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Could it that he spoke his mind.
I believe thats not allowed anymore!:biggrin:February 10, 2006 at 21:21 #98401
Yes, yes, the entire world is engaged in a massive conspiracy to prevent semi-literate morons from the suburbs of London from spewing up whatever gibberish is on their mind at the time. Life is so tough isn’t it.
(Edited by Aranalde at 9:27 pm on Feb. 10, 2006)February 10, 2006 at 21:33 #98402davidbradyMember
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His last post I believe was to Gigginstown Man in the One To Follow thread where he called him a "Paddy" and a "thick Mick". Also he was quite abusive to apracing in the Kempton thread. I can only presume that these were part, if not all, of the reasons he was banned.February 10, 2006 at 21:36 #98403
As for speaking your mind<br> that depends who you are.<br> as in the majority of houses<br> some live more protected lives<br> than others.
I detected a shift in the sands direction<br> which led me to believe he may have been<br> somewhat consrtucted.
He was testing the water.<br> I have not seen the specific offence<br> and if there was one<br> I would be highly interested to learn of it.
If he was shot just because…February 10, 2006 at 22:02 #98404davidbradyMember
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He’s not gone to start his own forum is he?:biggrin:February 10, 2006 at 22:05 #98406
Yellow card for foul and abusive posts & red carded next day for exactly the same reason, simple as that. No conspiracies, alter-egos just plain childish behaviour.February 10, 2006 at 22:07 #98408
If he has tripped up AP<br> it’s the same as<br> running at a fence with a hood on.
Actually if all the disaffected got together<br> there might be enough to start a new religion :cool:February 10, 2006 at 22:55 #98411
Your tolerance maybe higher than TRF’s general members and after numerous complaints by calling people a###holes, pr#cks and f’ckin numpty’s then our hands are forced despite a previous warning to refrain.February 11, 2006 at 11:58 #98415zilzalParticipant
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A sin-bin for a week/month etc rather than a yellow card and immediate red might be a better deterrent:cool:February 11, 2006 at 14:29 #98416
Let’s clear this up right now
I only want to feel real love<br> Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â in the house that I live in
….this is playing on the ga ga<br> and I assure you it doesn’t puit me off<br> from the simple task of re-writing the hackneyed version<br> of perfect socierty I have echoed in here<br> since year dot….
Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â A shiny black leather boot click on every corner<br> Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â dictates and punctuates the cold air<br> with prefer r r rably heavy breath<br> Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â that forms as mist as you pass him.<br> Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â A baton to nudge you on your way<br> and correct that unforgiving look that tampers <br> with the perfection of high street railings,<br>- pig iron pointed and black -<br> and the snarl of the bulldog’s eyes<br> that stalk out to follow your stylised careful walk.
<br> Beefed up leather axemen patrol word houses<br> and all public buildings.<br> Their glint dare you to change the <br> order of the horizontally shelved books<br> that gather dust in the privacy of fear.
At home is a woman grown fat<br> by lack of excersice<br> but mountains of fresh bed<br> and duck down pillows a plenty<br> smoothly martial in the first bad thoughts of the day<br> Short sharp shock…
angels of sin<br> and the small black eggtimer <br> is flipped on the mantel<br> to rate the excercise <br> Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â
(Edited by gamble at 3:00 pm on Feb. 11, 2006)
(Edited by gamble at 3:04 pm on Feb. 11, 2006)February 11, 2006 at 23:06 #98418tootingMember
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Daylight’s rules as always.
Personally I hate to see anyone go – free speech and all that (although to tell the truth I was glad to see the back of Diane).
Peaty Sandy reminded me of the lovable old drunk priest in Father Ted. I expect people found him offensive too.
What makes me really sad about this place is that, for such a supposedly tight ship, Lolly’s Mate is allowed as much licence as he likes to be Nick Griffin’s mouthpiece.
That and the Le Pen thread…February 12, 2006 at 08:06 #98419
It’s hillarious what people post here and elsewhere about how "free speech" is restricted here.
Would you expect to walk into a crowded pub and start being abusive to whoever was in there, without expecting any sort of reprocutions? So I presume spammers would have free speech? I presume it would be okay for somebody to post that so-and-so is a cheating b@st@rd as "everyone should have free speech" – at what expense? I know the people wouldn’t lose any sleep if TRF were to close, but we are protecting 5 years worth of hard work. Fortunately we do run TRF in an adult and fair way (contrary to small-minded beliefs) which clearly works, considering the size of membership here and if tumbleweeds were drifting through our forums, like other places, these people that advocate free speech obviously couldn’t care if TRF closes due to libellous remarks, membership numbers dwindling, as the site’s overrun with spammers and abuse. Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â
Luckily we do care.February 12, 2006 at 09:37 #98420
I agree with the decision to remove Peaty Sandy. The odd bit of swearing is okay, but frankly, he was becoming monotonous. If he was warned about his language, then he had every opportunity to modify it before being kicked off. As Daylight says, total freedom of speech is fine as a theory, but in the context of forums, it usually makes for tediously offensive diatribes that spiral out of control until no-one bothers to come on here anymore.
(Edited by Aranalde at 9:37 am on Feb. 12, 2006)February 12, 2006 at 12:02 #98421
Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â D E A T H Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â O N Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â T R F
<br>…has quite a ring to it<br> and I :old: as you have probably guessed<br> have a macabre interest in this grim subject<br> of extinction that seems to raise its axed head<br> every few months in this regulated house of horror.
<br> I will not defend the sand blaster in any way,<br> or his Garnett stereotype, which was wearing<br> as thin as his old slippers.<br> However, like Tooting says, he did have a refreshingly<br> brutal side which kept my interest up for a while.
After I robbed him of his old man sandblaster had<br> few places to go. I believe the Garnett refuge he created<br> may well have been his true self, making it so<br> hard to give up. Abuse and negativity can lead to feelings<br> of tremendous gratification and Sand seemed to love it.
You seem to be up at the crack White Knight<br> which seems unusual for a Sunday,<br> when most lie in,<br> I trust you slept well :biggrin:
I’ll allow the mongrel to continue…
<br>flatcapgamble…gamble’s allowed me to look into medical sites<br>full of piles. Some of the mushroomy growths seemed to fill up the whole screen and I just wondered if Peaty Sandy might be a poker player. He could bluff off, but he could throw in his hand – a pre op picture and a medical cert could se him winning this caper.
As for Diane, never before has an evacuee gone on to clinch a member title – I just wonder if this is precedent for a re-birth
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