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Published on September 25, 2013 By Draginol In Internet

“People who say mean things should die in a fire!”


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on Sep 25, 2013


Get em!

on Sep 25, 2013

Are you just blowing smoke or do you really mean that? 

on Sep 25, 2013

I wonder where that came from.

on Sep 25, 2013

Read the comments on any thread where someone is being condemned for allegedly saying something mean and someone will say something to the effect "I hope he died" or "I hope his children get raped" or something even worse.

 

on Sep 25, 2013


I believe the statement is ironic.   Like a double negative.

on Sep 25, 2013

Anonymity creates such polite and cultured super heroes, doesn't it? Keyboard commandos.

on Sep 25, 2013

Get up front and in their face and watch 'em piss themselves.

on Sep 25, 2013

I have gone to many many "community" dinners on the various forums I hang out on over the years just in the hopes of seeing some of these Internet tough guys in person.

When they do show up (which is rare) they're usually meek little twits. Seriously. 25 years of this kind of thing and it's every single time. 

on Sep 25, 2013

Frogboy
Read the comments on any thread where someone is being condemned for allegedly saying something mean and someone will say something to the effect "I hope he died" or "I hope his children get raped" or something even worse.

Anyone remember the ICQ logs from/re eFront about a dozen years ago?  Internal communications made public.

Threats of rape...threats of sikking legal teams on people....comments [from them] that their legal team needed screwing over too....

....ah, thems was the days...

on Sep 25, 2013



Quoting Frogboy, reply 4Read the comments on any thread where someone is being condemned for allegedly saying something mean and someone will say something to the effect "I hope he died" or "I hope his children get raped" or something even worse.

Anyone remember the ICQ logs from/re eFront about a dozen years ago?  Internal communications made public.

Threats of rape...threats of sikking legal teams on people....comments [from them] that their legal team needed screwing over too....

....ah, thems was the days...

Yep.  

Watching hateful miserable people spewing their hate and misery out while being utterly oblivious to it is remarkable.  I've ready a lot of comments on forums over the last 24 hours and I can't help but chuckle at some of it.

So much investment in a narrative only to come crumbling down. Only far-fetched conspiracies or clinging on to their twisted world view allow them to avoid coming to terms with reality.

Some of the comments remind me of Scott Teneman from a South Park episode.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbIR51_J_qY

 

on Sep 25, 2013

My favorite is always this reaction to gun violence:

 

"I can't believe someone could shoot somebody like that.  I'm so disgusted by people who even think to shoot another living thing with a gun!  Seriously, I hope all people who own guns get shot."

 

...Can't tell you how many times I've read nearly this exact line of logic on the internet over the past year or two.  But I'm sure most of us have.  Sadly, I don't believe most of it is trolling.

on Sep 25, 2013

Let's all raise a glass to this effed up world, eh?  Who's with me?   Somebody should sell tickets

on Sep 25, 2013

Frogboy


Some of the comments remind me of Scott Teneman from a South Park episode.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbIR51_J_qY

 

lol. I can picture Matt Gallant as Scott Teneman in this video.

on Sep 25, 2013

smeagolheart
Somebody should sell tickets

They did. It's the belly button.

on Sep 26, 2013



Quoting Frogboy, reply 10

Some of the comments remind me of Scott Teneman from a South Park episode.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbIR51_J_qY

lol. I can picture Matt Gallant as Scott Teneman in this video.

The cognitive dissonance is yummy.

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