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From: MSN Nickname____-Brunette-____  (Original Message)Sent: 12/9/2008 2:12 PM
Hey All!
 
With MSN coming to a close, I would like to thank EVERYONE, and I mean everyone for all the "memories".  I have made alot of great friends here.  I will certainly miss the MSN war games, the friendly games and the great time.  I truly do not have as much time as I once did to come on these boards to interact with some of the greatest people.  But, I will say I have learned alot about politics, humility and just great discussions.  So, I would like to say thanks!
 
I joined MSN in September 2002 because I wanted to get into Maryland politics, since I was helping out with the Maryland Governor campaigne for Republican Ehrlich.  He did win and I decided to join a Political forum, called, you guessed it, Free Speech America, which was run by Sam Burdette and Karma.  What a great time!  Ever since then I have met some great people, democrats, liberatarians and republican's alike.  People are just that, PEOPLE.  Yes, we have our own idealogies but take that away and we're just like everyone else.   
 
Just to name a few that I had a true pleasure meeting with on the net: 
 
Bugs, Pikes, Becky, STX, Wheelman, NativeFloridian, Curtis, Woody, ConLaz, skip, Hay, Sidney, Jim'sShadow, NOSTRA!, Mr.Bellows, Usforhim, RFC, easyrider, poppajoe, Woymn, graphicsQueen, Summermoondancer, JMB, Secondon, Dduct, Slslady, CapitalistFailures, Soonerlady, Noserose, Doc, Tarna, Westwind, Mars, Ibe, Wiley,  DCCowboy, Vito, Leona, ClevelandRocks, Alaskafree, Been, Stanly, Rusty, Scoundrel, Alglenne, Cyborg, Joyce, Julie, HappyTexian, Oz, Vagrant, Suzy, BigDaddy and bunches and bunches more
 
Some people really got on my nerves, while others, were such great people.  But, I will say now, the ones that did un-nerve me I will extend the olive branch too!  Life is short ya'll! 
 
What are  your memories here on these famous political boards?
 
God Bless Everyone!  Don't forget to turn the lights off come February 09.
 
take care.
 
Brunette
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From: Giorgio ArmaniSent: 12/9/2008 7:12 PM
Hey Bru!
 
I know you don't know me by this name, but we did make a few memories together via la spa.    Thanks for this note and the memories we have in comon also.  I shall not forget you and will be looking for you around the new groups. 
 
The one particular memory I have that stands out most is when American Dialog was shut down you dug in your heels and worked your ass off to rebuild a new one even though you had your own board in competition with it.  I will never forget that.  Bless you.

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From: MSN Nickname____-Brunette-____Sent: 12/9/2008 8:12 PM
Hey Giorgio Armani!
 
LOL!  Yeah the good ole spa!  I certainly won't forget that site.  Thanks for your sentiment, that was very kind of you. 
 
PS I think I know who you are.......... 
 
Hope to talk soon!
 
Anyone else have any "old" memories?
 
Brunette

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From: NoseroseSent: 12/10/2008 5:04 AM

So many memories I don't know where to start. Years of learning, debating, arguing, many laughs and some tears. New friendships and lost friendships, betrayal and redemption, fear and loathing, death and birth. The whole gamut of human emotion and experience. I have learned that the cyberworld is not an alternate life or a replacement life but part of one's real life. An extension of life. For me it was and remains the most "lively" hobby I have ever had. I have learned much and owe much to so many. It may not be "real" but either are dreams and yet our dreams are important to us and can at times help us understand life better.

Good luck Brunette!


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From: MSN Nickname____-Brunette-____Sent: 12/10/2008 6:29 AM
Hey NoseRose!
 
Thanks for your well wishes.
 
Like I said Life is Way too Short for all the "stupid" bickering.    Hell, these are just political boards, entertainment as you will (as curtis would say)!  Live and Let Live...lol!
 
See ya on the boards.
 
Bru

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From: MSN NicknameJMB Sent: 12/10/2008 8:55 AM
Hello Brunette.
 
It's been a great 6 years of participating in these communities but it seems as though they're at an end.  How unfortunate.  I have come to know hundreds of folks by their nics on MSN and have no desire to re-learn identities on any other forum.  That said, I wish to express my gratitude towards you, for all of the years of support you've given me and the friendship that grew from that relationship.
 
I joined The Republicans back in November, 2000 and have been active since.  To say I am disappointed by MSN's decision to close all communities is grossly understated.  I guess it's time to move on and maybe the blessing in disguise, is that I will no longer spend hours of time posting on an internet board. 
 
So Brunette, thank you for your wonderful post, it means much to me to have kind words directed in my direction and your eloquence in stating your feelings, got me a bit choked up.  I guess one doesn't really realize how important some things are, until they are faced with losing them.  I couldn't even begin to list all of the wonderful individuals that have influenced me over the past 8 years, so I won't try as there are many.
 
I am saddened however, to at once realize, that even though it is just names on a screen, there are some folks that I will miss dearly.
 
And, to anyone whom reads this, consider it one of your last opportunities to tell others how you feel.  I would have thought a post like this would be skyrocketing in numbers.  Regardless, I will no longer interact with so many whom I've come to respect, admire and like, that I have to say that I will miss almost all of you, in one way or another.
 
So to everyone whom I've known over the years, God Bless, be well and may your pockets be heavy with money, your hearts full of love and that happiness is simply a way of life.
 
JMB.

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From: MSN NicknamePikesPeak14110Sent: 12/10/2008 8:58 AM
A true and provocative point you made, is the false separation of cyberlife from real life. This is more than entertainment, and solely self satisfaction. For one thing, given the lack of ability in our fingers to connect with words as quickly as speech, allows us more time to actually think about what we say. For some, given what they write, that is disturbing. But the mistakes are only human, and the forgiveness for them, remains divine.
 
I am the same person at home and here. This isn't Walter Mittyville. I sometimes wonder about those who separate lives, as if there is something to separate. All that lying. Trying to remember what you said to whom.... I am a lazy person who simply finds the need to be at least two different people too exhausting to pursue. It's lazier just to be one. Only requires half the effort.
 
I learned much from correspondance with each of you. This provides opportunity to collect information junk that my physical neighbors can't provide. We are, you see, a neighborhood, stretched across the nations; across several nations. Our common connection is the interest of people interested in life.
 
Our search for a new home is not unlike the pioneers of old days, who did that out of necessity. Like the Mormons who migrated west to avoid persecution, and settled in Utah. The State of MSN said they're closing down our businesses, and to remain together, we look ahead. Aimoo is a kind of Utah. Some are moving to the State of Multiply (actually a better name for the Mormons, although Catholics might fit that pattern too!) Runboard is another greener pasture. The economy of MSN ain't too hot either, and Mojave is nothing more than some truckloads of water hauled into wet down the soil to trick the stupid into thinking the Vista isn't of a desert wasteland. We know better. MSN is going the way of Detroit.
 
It is cool to be out on the edge, pioneering.

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From: MSN NicknameSTX49©Sent: 12/10/2008 2:22 PM
A friend from the old MSN chat at Women Central got me involved in these groups.  FSA wasn't the first group that I joined, but I alway will consider that my true start on these political boards.  I have always been interested in politics on all levels.
 
When MSN shut down the "make up your own chat rooms" I was fortunate to keep in contact with friends from around the world that I met in Women Central (for those of you who don't know, it wasn't just for women).  For us then it was a sad time when MSN shut down those chat rooms........but we survived.  Only 1 person from those chat rooms participates in the Political Groups that I know of.
 
As in the old chat rooms, in the Groups I have made what I hope will be lifetime friends, casual acquaintances that I have learned to like and enjoy online only....with those that I'm close to (from both Groups and old Chats) we have laughed and cried together, cried on each other's shoulders, vented our frustrations, rejoiced in weddings, births and other wonderful life events, and grieved together at the death of friends/family both online and in real life.
 
Maybe it's the season that makes me so nostalgic.  I don't even feel any animosity for those that I didn't get along with, and for those that for reasons only known to them went out the window. (with the 1 exception of that one crazy dude from Fresno!)  I know that I played my part in some of these parting of the ways, but I don't regret the friendships that were.
 
Everyone that wants to continue to participate in the new forums in the many different places on the net, will.  Those of us who choose to stay in contact with each other will, regardless of if were posting on forums or not.
 
I have learned a lot about politics, but most importantly about the differences among people.  I have changed many of my views over the years.  And, even though we all "hide" behind screen names, I am the same person online that I am in real life. 
 
So..........it's been fun guys, these last 7 yrs in the Groups.  I wish everyone well in the future.  That you all stay in good health and that you have in life what you want and what's important to you.
 
Thanks for the memories!!!
 
STX49/aka Nan
 

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From: MSN NicknameMars832Sent: 12/10/2008 3:03 PM
in the beginning i learned the hard way...in early 2002 i joined MSN groups because debating with kids online how bush is an idiot or finding answers of 9/11 along with that they got tired debating me. so i joined my 1st group called True American Freedom of Speech. run by rottyman. after bush decided bin laden is on ignore...the manager being a rightwinger banned all left wingers out the group in june. so i went to Government Watchmen. and like pikes i had no knownledge how to handle a troll. as in the short story the manager was a troll. i later was kicked out around 2003 around.
 
there i joined The Night Watch2 meeting with bigdog before his passing. meeting with sophia (many don't know her manager and creator of so-called FREE SPEECH HEADLINES) had a fight with her as she rubbed her great-busy life she had. yet i managed to win the fight using her own words. that silence from her lasted a week. i also joined a group called Newschat in defense of somewhat a friend...has issues with women...i know him by archiebunker. after reporting and shutting down 4 of the 5 already dead and abandon groups. archie started another group i think it was The Headlines2...where idiot archie felt to post all information of in-coming members and laugh at them. one of them became a friend of mine and was one of the co-managers of TOTT StormShadow runs a group called Storm Warning and no one is posting in that group... yet he disappeared and no one has heard him since.
 
after what happened with the government watchman group (now in the adult section) i decided to create a group. since i was completely new in what i was doing i had a experience manager on my im list to help through it. The group is called Voices Unleashed. basically free speech. plans changed as i lost control of my temper. they got rid of me.
I was very very angry. also the troll was feeding my anger. i met a new friend named ANNEGRAY as many know her as slywench or shadow girl. she asked me to join a group called Voices of the US/UK manager Britisoc. in of a month of covering of california fires i was promoted to AM...but while being promoted i was offline sleeping as a silent AM kicked all members and AM's out and deleted all the boards but the general. so it became a rebuilding process.
knowing that i was in contact with 2 others stormshadow and Augur another friend and created Top of the Town. Augur left TOTT to run his own website after i returned from the hospital in 2004.
the troll that loves to get under my skin wanted to join Voices of US/UK. in the process he wanted a joke board. i had an idea and needed anne's help. but anne had no idea how to do it. so i let the troll in and change the group settings to private. i then banned the troll from the group. which that pissed the troll of and quickly accepted and banned his other names.
He then created a group called Bottom of the Bucket. which as the troll made a message that if i reported his group it would start a spam war as he would join my group and rainbow's group. i rejoined Voices Unleashed and was later kicked out  by the manager of the group of april 2004 in rainbow's group they were bored in the chatroom. so they did random bootings just for laughs...it wasn't funny as they did it 5 times on me one week. 10 times the 2nd week. and 3rd week 5 times including 2 15 minute of waiting to be allowed in. so in hippies around the world Chive the manager there gave everyone hammers in the chat room. i took out my revenage on manda. i was booted out the room and returned. manda then kicked me out of VU because of that... i returned to rainbows group to try to get answers. manda was ignoring me so with that i annouced i'll leave the group i done so. i get an e-mail from rainbow how i made 2 other members leave the chat. i told her that i said 5 things in that chat and i left.
i joined a group called the rejects while being a member of whatisyourpoint2. the rejects group was talking about the groups we were rejected from like banned or cancel. as anne had a longer list along with a banned sn. Woody promoted XP at the group and i looked around at it and asked my friends of there opinion on curtis if they knew him. they basically saw him as a troublemaker. i wanted to give it a try of the group. so i joined and thats where everyone else has met me...
 
i met new friends lost some and made a peace treaty to forgive and forget other people.
 
to those that used to be my friends secrets they kept with me will still remain a secret. i may burned the bridges but any secrets i was given before the ugly fight i am that honest to keep as i did so with another friend in a teen chatroom long ago as i knew her secret as she knew mine. we had a ugly fight and when we hated eachother i told her that regradless of our hatred i still keep her secret a secret. i'm not the type that use one's secret's as ammo in any fight. thats probaby the only thing i can keep my word on.
 
Joey

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From: MSN NicknameNativefloridian100Sent: 12/11/2008 7:32 PM
I see a theme running through post number 9........
 
that they got tired debating me
 
so i went to
 
i later was kicked out
 
so i went to
 
 had a fight with her
 
so i went to
 
i lost control of my temper. they got rid of me.
 
so i went to
 
that if i reported his group
 
so i went to
 
was later kicked out  by the manager
 
so i went to
 
bootings 5 times on me one week. 10 times the 2nd week. 3rd week 5 times
 
so i went to
 
i took out my revenage ...  i was booted out the room
 
so i went to
 
manda then kicked me out
 
so i went to
 
a group called the rejects
 
 
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RE:THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES
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From: MSN NicknameNativefloridian100 Sent: 12/11/2008 7:32 PM
I see a theme running through post number 9........
 
that they got tired debating me
 
so i went to
 
i later was kicked out
 
so i went to
 
 had a fight with her
 
so i went to
 
i lost control of my temper. they got rid of me.
 
so i went to
 
that if i reported his group
 
so i went to
 
was later kicked out  by the manager
 
so i went to
 
bootings 5 times on me one week. 10 times the 2nd week. 3rd week 5 times
 
so i went to
 
i took out my revenage ...  i was booted out the room
 
so i went to
 
manda then kicked me out
 
so i went to
 
a group called the rejects
 
 

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From: MSN NicknameBugsYouAgain Sent: 12/11/2008 10:12 PM
Funny, huh? Only, sort of not.

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From: MSN NicknameConLaz☼ Sent: 12/12/2008 12:42 AM
It has been so long I don't even remember how I found MSN Groups - all I know for sure is my first foray into the internet political discussion arena was on the ABC news boards and very soon thereafter I found myself at FSA.
 
It was shortly after 911 and all of a sudden, after a life long aversion to anything political, world politics became relevant to me.
 
I wanted to learn what others felt and more importantly, why they felt that way, especially my fellow Americans, but not only them. I was truly delighted that for the first time in my life I could really converse with those of extremely divergent backgrounds and find most of the time we had many things in common.
 
I didn't always learn what I expected but I certainly learned something from almost everyone. (one of the most important lessons was "this is one person I'll never have a rational discussion with so I won't waste my time.")
 
So many people I met at FSA I've had the pleasure of seeing and talking with elsewhere ... and some I've lost touch with, much to my sadness.
 
I won't try and name names, there are simply too many of them and invariably I'll forget someone important, and I wouldn't want to do that.
 
I fully expect that, like those that have become friends in my group, many of us will continue to stay in touch ... the bonds of friendship forged here at MSN are too strong to let a silly business decision of MSN's break them.
 
If I am wrong and I end up losing touch with some of you ... please know that many, many of you have touched my heart ... and I'll always remember you with fondness.
 
See you at Aimoo, Runboard, and Yuku.

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From: MSN NicknameBoo-uk Sent: 12/12/2008 6:53 AM
This is kind of weird because I had two different experiences of msn groups.
 
 
2000- late 2003 it was a grand adventure first staring with joining msn communities like FSA and FSI and then of course ADR, next I managed FINF and RTF. The adventure continued and I ended up travelling to American to meet 'new' old friends.
 
During most of 2004 and some of 2005 I was hardly here so when I returned and the $hit hit the fan it was to say the least confusing. Communities had become groups and I made the mistake of thinking that some people who posted at RTF, then moved to FSA would remember me and also that others at least would know what RTF had been. To compound this I then posted in the same free and easy way that I always had, just asking questions and making statements that in the past people ran with or ignored.. Then came mistake number number three I asked too many questions about someone I had never heard of called Alice in Wonderland. As a 'outsider' I could see this person was being ripped to pieces, it was all so ott and looked like bullying. I ended up getting bounced around too. Mistake number four was joining a new group and answering a thread that the manager had started about suggestions fo making the group a success. The manager was cool but a few members in there were like 'who the feck are you', lol funny really there I was sitting at my keyboard thinking what the heck I am Boo from RTF I can help make this new group a success. 
 
Of course parallel to this is the story of Sam FSA Unregulated site, a picture of Alice in Wonderland, bannings of people I did not know (God I was naive) and then a matter of having a tiger by the tail. A few more knee jerk reactions from me and others and that was it the dice was already rolled. One interesting fact that got lost in the storm was that Strontium Green helped restart the the FSA that oldbies built after Sam had nuked his version. Of course that version was replaced after the oldbies FSA was nuked by msn. (Sure does get complicated).
 
I think the reason I stayed kept coming back here was because I found the way things were coming to pass to be weird and curious and yet it did make car crash reading. Also (of course) I should right now know better than to post this ramble because too often when I actually say something about the way people or groups are I get slapped, but it does not matter much anymore.
 
A while ago I was able to access to posts on a group from long ago and I pretty much found out why Native Sun and then STX 49 acted as they did back when the ruckuss started and then later on. It was kind of shocking to think that some lies people told back  in 2001-2002 returned to be restated in the ears of easy listeners.
I can see why Native Sun ended up calling be a *unt, because I can see there have been times I just would not let things go and I would not hold back in the way I described or explained things. Sometimes people read things into what I was saying. Yes sometimes I knew more than I was saying outright, but mostly some people's own imaginations planted seeds that I just let grow. STX49 has often mentioned that I am a pack rat that keeps everything, but there is no HDD filled with information that I used. the messageboard here generally gave me everything I could need.
 
I should have stepped back more and I apologise for not doing so, I guess I got caught up in the tooth and claw environment and it changed my attitudes and on occassion brought out the mean spirited in me. Which is why I am glad msn groups are closing. The limits of the software mean it is too easy and too much of a temptation for some people to resist playing with people. The first time it happened to me was in 2001 and it was shocking but by 2007 I got what Karmapolice told me a long time ago. Places like Aimoo and Runboard hold your ip info (do not need trackers), the attache the post you make to your profile and people can see where else you post and what you do. I love it because the new people I have met do not play games and there is no reason for me to be someone else to make a point. I wont get my arse kicked by someone hiding behind another name to cowardly to face me as themselves (lol pot and kettle black ).
 
I can see why people will want to keep in touch, take their groups and restart them elsewhere, but maybe this is a mistake. In the last few days I took a look around and found some places to be. A couple of closed boards sound interesting enough to join and so I applied. To paraphrase Karmapolice ' I have found other better places to be and these people like me'
 
Maybe we are the company we keep and when I returned in 2005 I think I fell in with some bad company and I ran when I should have walked slowly. Having said that there have been people I felt good to be around and who brought out a better side in me.
 
Old habits die hard and it is refreshing to be able to be back to my old (RTF)self.
 
Most of you hardly know me or care and that is to be expected, but if you have any last questions shoot?
I think I will probably miss Clicker and Pukedragon the most.
 
:-) Boo
 
 
 
 
 

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From: MSN NicknameMars832 Sent: 12/12/2008 10:13 PM
"that they got tired debating me" NF i was debating on politics with kids.
"i later was kicked out" all liberals were kicked out.
"had a fight with her" she was being like alice however she made a rule in the group that you got have a life to join. she decides if you got a life. you know NF feel free to join that group its called Free Speech Headlines. its in the news section on the 2nd or 3rd page.
"lost control of my temper. they got rid of me." they banned the creator.
"that if i reported his group" a troll group to start a spam war.
"bootings 5 times on me one week. 10 times the 2nd week. 3rd week 5 times" managers of the group was bored and so they booted people for there fun.
 
heres whats really funny...you don't care what i say or think yet you respond. even if nothing in there had anything about ya.
 
you care or not?
 
Joey
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From: MSN NicknameNativefloridian100 Sent: 12/13/2008 8:23 AM
You dragged me into this Joey....remember???....You brought up my name when I hadn't even posted here in some time......You should have kept your mouth shut if you wanted me to keep mine shut. It's too late for that now.  I "care" that you brought my name into this, therefore, I "care" to remind everyone of what a backstabbing little turd you are. I will show them, with your own words, just exactly what happens when you allow Joey in your group.
 
Get a job.
 
Get a hobby.
 
Get a life.
 
 

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From: MSN NicknameMars832 Sent: 12/14/2008 6:15 PM
so far NF i do not recall bringing up your name in this post:
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From: MSN NicknameMars832 Sent: 12/10/2008 4:03 PM
in the beginning i learned the hard way...in early 2002 i joined MSN groups because debating with kids online how bush is an idiot or finding answers of 9/11 along with that they got tired debating me. so i joined my 1st group called True American Freedom of Speech. run by rottyman. after bush decided bin laden is on ignore...the manager being a rightwinger banned all left wingers out the group in june. so i went to Government Watchmen. and like pikes i had no knownledge how to handle a troll. as in the short story the manager was a troll. i later was kicked out around 2003 around.
 
there i joined The Night Watch2 meeting with bigdog before his passing. meeting with sophia (many don't know her manager and creator of so-called FREE SPEECH HEADLINES) had a fight with her as she rubbed her great-busy life she had. yet i managed to win the fight using her own words. that silence from her lasted a week. i also joined a group called Newschat in defense of somewhat a friend...has issues with women...i know him by archiebunker. after reporting and shutting down 4 of the 5 already dead and abandon groups. archie started another group i think it was The Headlines2...where idiot archie felt to post all information of in-coming members and laugh at them. one of them became a friend of mine and was one of the co-managers of TOTT StormShadow runs a group called Storm Warning and no one is posting in that group... yet he disappeared and no one has heard him since.
 
after what happened with the government watchman group (now in the adult section) i decided to create a group. since i was completely new in what i was doing i had a experience manager on my im list to help through it. The group is called Voices Unleashed. basically free speech. plans changed as i lost control of my temper. they got rid of me.
I was very very angry. also the troll was feeding my anger. i met a new friend named ANNEGRAY as many know her as slywench or shadow girl. she asked me to join a group called Voices of the US/UK manager Britisoc. in of a month of covering of california fires i was promoted to AM...but while being promoted i was offline sleeping as a silent AM kicked all members and AM's out and deleted all the boards but the general. so it became a rebuilding process.
knowing that i was in contact with 2 others stormshadow and Augur another friend and created Top of the Town. Augur left TOTT to run his own website after i returned from the hospital in 2004.
the troll that loves to get under my skin wanted to join Voices of US/UK. in the process he wanted a joke board. i had an idea and needed anne's help. but anne had no idea how to do it. so i let the troll in and change the group settings to private. i then banned the troll from the group. which that pissed the troll of and quickly accepted and banned his other names.
He then created a group called Bottom of the Bucket. which as the troll made a message that if i reported his group it would start a spam war as he would join my group and rainbow's group. i rejoined Voices Unleashed and was later kicked out  by the manager of the group of april 2004 in rainbow's group they were bored in the chatroom. so they did random bootings just for laughs...it wasn't funny as they did it 5 times on me one week. 10 times the 2nd week. and 3rd week 5 times including 2 15 minute of waiting to be allowed in. so in hippies around the world Chive the manager there gave everyone hammers in the chat room. i took out my revenage on manda. i was booted out the room and returned. manda then kicked me out of VU because of that... i returned to rainbows group to try to get answers. manda was ignoring me so with that i annouced i'll leave the group i done so. i get an e-mail from rainbow how i made 2 other members leave the chat. i told her that i said 5 things in that chat and i left.
i joined a group called the rejects while being a member of whatisyourpoint2. the rejects group was talking about the groups we were rejected from like banned or cancel. as anne had a longer list along with a banned sn. Woody promoted XP at the group and i looked around at it and asked my friends of there opinion on curtis if they knew him. they basically saw him as a troublemaker. i wanted to give it a try of the group. so i joined and thats where everyone else has met me...
 
i met new friends lost some and made a peace treaty to forgive and forget other people.
 
to those that used to be my friends secrets they kept with me will still remain a secret. i may burned the bridges but any secrets i was given before the ugly fight i am that honest to keep as i did so with another friend in a teen chatroom long ago as i knew her secret as she knew mine. we had a ugly fight and when we hated eachother i told her that regradless of our hatred i still keep her secret a secret. i'm not the type that use one's secret's as ammo in any fight. thats probaby the only thing i can keep my word on.
 
Joey
no NF mention. i dragged you in a old fight in another thread remember?
 
i have a job NF i have a hobby and i have a life YET...why don't you take your own damn advice NF. i've been working hard for months. anytime time off i get i watch tv or play video games so that i'm not on the computer  wasting time talk to people who say they are adults continue to respond to what i say. and go and repeat themselves over and over again that you don't care what i say or what i think. thats how funny you all are. you don't care what i say or think that you bother to respond to what i typed and thought.
 
its 2 months ago not yesterday and not this month. if no one cares NF then bringing up something thats old is pointless.
 
Enjoy your life NF as i enjoy mine. have a merry christmas and enjoy your New Years to you NF and everyone.
 
Joey
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From: MSN NicknameNativefloridian100 Sent: 12/16/2008 9:59 PM
You brought my name up on this group.  That's all you have to do shithead. Now, I'm all up in your business. I don't give a fat rats ass which thread you're on.....I'll be right there, handing you your ass on a platter. I don't give a shit if its my business or not.......that never made any difference to YOU......so it damn sure doesn't make any difference to me.
 
Get used to it........you've got 2 more months of it......unless you tuck your cowardly tail like you did before and the last we see of you is that YELLER streak running down your back. Boy.

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From: MSN NicknameNativefloridian100 Sent: 12/16/2008 10:02 PM
I don't buy into your good tidings and great cheer Joey.
 
You're all blah blah blah one minute and full of holiday wishes the next. 
 
Who are you?  Sybil?  How many of you are there?

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From: MSN NicknameMars832 Sent: 12/16/2008 11:23 PM
not this time NF.
 
Joey
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