Posted Jul 12, 2001
It is fundamentally RUDE to do anything online that would be rude in Real Life. Just because you have the anonymity of the Internet to conceal your identity does not mitigate, justify, or make acceptable any behaviour which would normally be considered anti-social, such as snooping.
It is totally obnoxious to quote anyone out of context in another conversation. It is particularly obnoxious if that conversation takes place where the person quoted might stumble across it. It is SPECTACULARLY obnoxious if you were not part of the original conversation! Would you put up with such behaviour from anyone in Real Life? Then don't do it on the Internet.
How would *you* feel if you were 'Exhibit A'? Would you enjoy knowing your every word and comment was being picked apart by the community-at-large? Would this be good for your sense of trust? Would it encourage a positive attitude toward the community? Would you feel even slightly SAFE? Cyberstalking is real, and it is as creepy as - if somewhat less dangerous than - Real Life stalking. Stalkers are sickos. Cyberstalkers are also sickos. That is not a technical term, it is an insult. Go away!
If you can't go away, have the gonads to sign the guestbook. We'll respect you for it. Otherwise... well, we hope *you* never have reason to feel unsafe and spied upon. It's a horrid feeling .
World: Nota Bene!
Posted Jul 1, 2001
This is not a request. This is a statement. Do not abuse us. No one has that right. We hope we have made ourself clear.
All of us who are collectively LeKZ
Posted Jun 29, 2001
Anyone who has a problem with this is obviously a source of ptomaine poisoning.
Auntie, for LeKZ
Posted Jun 28, 2001
Thum people think everyone ith ath thtupid ath they are. It'th not eathy to be that thtupid. Liarth and paranoiacth are thuch a pain in the arthe.
Note to Self/ves
Posted Jun 24, 2001
When the Brits start logging back on in their AM, we have been ! Let's not do that.