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« on: February 07, 2005, 12:04:27 PM »
Finally, the moderators are struck by the riff-raff
they refuse to expunge.
In the thread below, TDPookie, a Yale law student, someone whose future could conceivably include Supreme Court Justice or high level politician, is publicly
degraded and humiliated.
She's told she wants to:
1. Become a stripper.
2. Suck a d*ck.
3. Eat a guy's feces.
4. Sniff a guy's seat.
Had such things been written about someone in civil society (for example at work or at Yale,) she could easily sue for millions. But in this
environment, she has to
This board is like a ghetto
, a prison
, or other low segments of society. I advise people to leave this board. This board is not for civilized people, its for trash. Get off the board lest you pick up its warped and perverted view of the world.
I will be bumping this thread to the top, possibly once per Monday, as a public service announcement.
Awwwwwwwwwwwww . . . . little Pookie has a little crush on Andrew. Makes me want to just rush to my room and fluff my sheets.
What would TDPookes do for Andrew?
Become a stripper to pay for Andrew's loans
Suck his male private part after a rough game of rugby with Matt and the gang
Taste his excrement on a Baguette
Fly out to Boston just to sniff the chair he sat on for the bar
Dress up in a bunny suit and go on broadway with a sign saying "Pookes heart Andrew"
« on: February 01, 2005, 09:37:20 PM »
Is the civil rights movement motivated by a desire for equality? or by a desire to harass and verbally abuse others? For one self proclaimed civil rightist it seems to be the latter.
How many other supposed "civil rightists" are in it only because such movements offer a safe haven, from which they are free to verbally abuse, harass and otherwise vent their ill will onto the world?
At least you admit to what you are. You're the first one ever. But I wonder. With all the time you spend on verbal abuse and harassment, will you have any time for civil rights and bean sandwiches (like the one you claim to love in your avatar?)...
Actually, verbal abuse and harassment don't take up too much of my time...I guess it comes naturally. ...
« on: February 01, 2005, 11:42:41 AM »
makes... you look like an orangutan.
Verbally abusive and harassing.
Nice that you took what I wrote "makes people (everyone, not just you)" and changed it to "makes... you." On a positive note, you may have a future in evidence tampering.
Now for some unedited quotes which highlight your verbal abuse and harassment:
you're a loser ... you're a loserf.ucker
I really do need to get back to my protest. At least until someone clears this board of the verbally abusive and harassing riff-raff. Otherwise I may be subjected to another
« on: February 01, 2005, 11:33:20 AM »
Goodadvice, you are a hypocrite. If you don't like certain people on this board, or some of the comments made, firing back isn't going to make the situation better. You are no better than the people you claim to dislike. I have yet to see you post one positive comment on this thread. Perhaps it is time for you to look in a mirror.
Believe me, I look in the mirror plenty
. Not just for introspection, but also because I'm damn hot.
« on: February 01, 2005, 11:26:22 AM »
Based on your avatar picture, I will give you a little advice. Stand with your shoulders back
. At least when you're taking pictures. Standing shoulders forward makes people (everyone, not just you) look like an orangutan.
« on: February 01, 2005, 11:22:41 AM »
I have nothing to add besides confirming that "goodadvice" is really insane (and before you say it, I know it is "verbally abusive" and "harassing" )
This post is worthy of a break in my protest.
At least you admit to what you are. You're the first one ever. But I wonder. With all the time you spend on verbal abuse and harassment, will you have any time for civil rights and bean sandwiches (like the one you claim to love in your avatar?)
« on: February 01, 2005, 12:01:59 AM »
... Man some people act so tard these day.
First of all I'm just looking out for Alcibiades. There is a rap song (Thats right
I listen to rap) called "Check yourself before you wreck yourself" by "Ice Cube." It takes the ideas behind the moral "Pride before the fall" and sets it to a funky fresh beet with applications to American culture. I think when you see someone who might be at risk of needing a "check," you should tell them, which is what I was trying to do with Alcibiades. Alcibiades did not feel he needed a "check." Furthermore, since the issue is subjective, we ended the discussion by amicably agreeing to disagree.
Second, I'm on here for two seconds and I'm verbally abused (called a tard.) Nice. The riff-raff is choking the life out of this board. Back to my protest.
« on: January 31, 2005, 11:56:47 PM »
(In response to Alcibiades)
In my opinion, "Disclaimer: If hearing other people talk about Yale makes you feel inadequate, please look away." is rubbing it in people's faces.
Imagine I drive up next to you and your friends in my Ferrari, and say "If this car makes you feel inadequate, then please don't look at it."
Of course this is just my subjective opinion. Since we've both stated our points, perhaps we can amicably agree to disagree.
« on: January 31, 2005, 11:53:09 PM »
I don't have many confrontations with LSDers... but I have to come out and say this.
I understand your hiatus and respect "some" of what you've been trying to do, sticking to the functional purpose of the forum rather than the social. but please for the love of whomever. change your screen name so it doesn't screw up every page I'm trying to look at.
I'm going back on hiatus though. I'll probably read and post one day per week, on Monday nights. Maybe every other Monday night.
« on: January 31, 2005, 11:39:28 PM »
Disclaimer: If hearing other people talk about Yale makes you feel inadequate , please look away.
After a week long hiatus, I'm on for no more than two minutes before I see a post which begs a response.
Alcibiades. Like I told you in another note: Don't let your Yale admission go to your head. There are dozens of applicants, who had better LSATs, better GPAs and possibly more potential than you, who did not get into Yale. Its OK to be proud of your admission, to a point, but you shouldn't rub it in other people's faces. Its a great opportunity, but its not a meaningful accomplishment.
I'll leave you with a thought, which should scare you straight:
Lots of Yale Law Grads don't achieve in the real world. Such people are pathetic and deservingly ridiculed. Its a terrible thing. Only one thing is worst. A URM
Yale Law grad who doesn't achieve. The prior was a disgraceful loser who squandered a golden opportunity. The latter was much worst. The latter was someone who validated every racist in the country. The latter could be you
if you're not careful.
Pride before the fall my friend.
P.S. Note Pookie's modest and classy characterization of her Yale admit "how the hell did i pull this one off?"
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