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Wulkan - | 3,021    
27 Jun 2016  #61

Go away troll

You are the one who is either trolling or extremely obtuse, I don't know which one is worse though.

your inferiority complex.

If I had one, this forum would be the best to cure it be reading posts of the individuals like you.

So, in other words, you're saying that you use another username for the purposes of trolling?

Gah! how on earth one can get it so wrong?


smurf 39 | 2,011    
27 Jun 2016  #62

You are the one who is either trolling

You see, this is where you highlight to everyone again you're awesome powers of deduction and logic.

I started a thread so obviously I wasn't trolling ya gobdaw.
Jaysus, I do wonder about you Wulkan, like, do you sometimes forget to breath?

The rest of your post isn't worth commenting on coz it just proves my point about you.
Wulkan - | 3,021    
27 Jun 2016  #63

I started a thread so obviously I wasn't trolling ya gobdaw.

Ah! you're right, how come non of us ever though about it. Now we need to ask admin to add a new forum rule that once a troll starts a thread they are no longer a troll.

gobdaw.

God I'd love to see you saying that, it's so SJW like, are you one by any chance? :-)

Jaysus

It's spelled "Jesus"

The rest of your post isn't worth commenting

Have you red them all?

do you sometimes forget to breath?

You can't forget to breath, not a biologist are ya?
smurf 39 | 2,011    
27 Jun 2016  #64

Ah! you're right,

I know, I just gave you the answer.
congratulations brother

God I'd love to see you

I know you want me, that's pretty obvious from your stalking. But it's like this:

borat

Yea, you're boring me now, but feel free to have the last word, it's not like you can make yourself look any stupider
Ziemowit 8 | 2,286    
27 Jun 2016  #65

I know you want me, that's pretty obvious from your stalking.

Your name begins with D. You told me that some time ago ...
Wulkan - | 3,021    
27 Jun 2016  #66

Your name begins with D. You told me that some time ag

Really?

feel free to have the last word

But there is nothing really to add.... Daren :-))
Atch 8 | 1,403    
27 Jun 2016  #67

Not likely that Smurf's name is Darren, not a popular name in Ireland. Well, it's not that common anyway. There would be other D names much more frequently encountered.
Ziemowit 8 | 2,286    
27 Jun 2016  #68

There would be other D names much more frequently encountered.

Douglas ?
Atch 8 | 1,403    
27 Jun 2016  #69

No, that's Scottish and even less common than Darren........have a look at this:

youtube.com/watch?v=f958V72jdzE
smurf 39 | 2,011    
28 Jun 2016  #70

Merged: Guest Accounts

Are we open to suggestions here?

What if Guest accounts were only allowed 10 posts before had to register as full accounts?

There may be a problem of guests constantly re-registering, but surely they'd soon tire of constantly having to re-reg new temp accounts.
Or could there be a way to limit the amount of guest accounts per IP? There are millions of IPs and most of them are assigned dynamically; it's not possible to fully control it.
TheOther 5 | 2,921    
29 Jun 2016  #71

Don't allow guest accounts. Simples.
smurf 39 | 2,011    
29 Jun 2016  #72

That would be the best solution
Atch 8 | 1,403    
29 Jun 2016  #73

Definitely if they're going to allow 'guests' then the guests should be expected to behave as a guest normally behaves ie with a few basic manners. Unfortunately a lot of weirdos take advantage of the guest thing to make some random, obnoxious post and the mods just leave it there. How do other forums deal with it? I would also agree that the guest thing should be knocked on the head for a start or else they should rename it 'post as a troll' 'create a trolling account' 'create a temporary trolling name'............
smurf 39 | 2,011    
29 Jun 2016  #74

How do other forums deal with it?

I've never ever seen a forum that allows guest accounts

I think it might be something to do with this website being so terribly old and so badly in need of its software being updated

Ever little things like the 'bold' button, giving you the old HTML wraparound tags, Jebus that stuff is about 15 years old
Nathans    
29 Jun 2016  #75

How long have you been using the Internet? Outdated forums cannot deal with guest posters, so they just require everybody to register, even if they need to post a simple question or answer and never come back again.
smurf 39 | 2,011    
29 Jun 2016  #76

How long have you been using the Internet?

I've been using the internet since Moses was a student of Jesus in the great halls of the Aztecs in Mexico.
Buddah was there too, but he was smoking weed most of the time

so they just require everybody to register, even if they need to post a simple question or answer and never come back again.

how it should be really

We'd have a lot less racism, sexism and bigotry if that was the case here.
jon357 57 | 11,336    
29 Jun 2016  #77

how it should be really

Agreed
Harry 69 | 12,954    
30 Jun 2016  #78

A 'log in via Facebook' sign-up mechanism would really cut out the racism, sexism and bigotry.
dolnoslask 1 | 936    
30 Jun 2016  #79

"really cut out the racism, sexism and bigotry"

And what good would that do, It s better to to debate and discuss with these people in an open forum for all to chip in rather than driving them underground to only become more radical.

Just think If Hitler had of become a member of PF he probably would have gathered that his ideas of racial purity and global domination did not have the global support that he may have hoped for.

Bring on the racists and bigots , lets talk.
Harry 69 | 12,954    
30 Jun 2016  #80

And what good would that do

It would make this forum a much nicer place. For example, there's a certain poster who is always ranting and raving about gay people and deviants, but you look at his facebook page and he's posting nothing but positive things, mainly posts about Christianity in Poland.
dolnoslask 1 | 936    
30 Jun 2016  #81

" who is always ranting and raving about gay people"

Yes but it is better to debate and discuss to help diffuse myths surrounding these views, for instance that the Roman catholic church teaches that being a homosexual is a sin and these people should be vilified when that it is not true.

I would rather debate with someone before they get rejected into some part of the dark web to be radicalized and maybe incited to commit a crime against a person.
Chemikiem 4 | 863    
30 Jun 2016  #82

Yes but it is better to debate and discuss to help diffuse myths surrounding these views,

I get what you are saying, but there are some people you just can't debate with, so blinkered are they with their own views. It's like banging your head against a wall.

for instance that the Roman catholic church teaches that being a homosexual is a sin and these people should be vilified when that it is not true.

No it isn't true, but that doesn't stop at least one Catholic on here from calling homosexuals 'fags', 'faggots' and 'freaks', and that is directly against the teachings of the Catholic church.

Anyway, admin won't alter his stance on guest accounts whatever you all say, because not everyone will want to go to the trouble of registering just to ask a one off question, so that's why he allows them.
dolnoslask 1 | 936    
30 Jun 2016  #83

"blinkered are they with their own views"
Yes there are all sorts of people in the world, with different views, also some with mental disabilities, but democracy freedom of speech and mental care should be the cornerstone of a healthy and progressive world/society.

Those as you say who are "blinkered with their own views" may well probably say the same to you, here lies the dilemma, is it right to shut someone up because their views are different to yours?
Chemikiem 4 | 863    
30 Jun 2016  #84

is it right to shut someone up because their views are different to yours?

I do believe in freedom of speech and have debated with many people on here whose views don't mirror my own, and that's fine, it makes for interesting conversation. It depends on where you want to draw the line though.

Using Adrian as an example, I don't personally believe that he should have been allowed to use PF as a platform to spread his anti-semitic views. That is spreading race hate, and it made no difference debating it with him, he went on and on and on and on and on...........that sort of stuff should have been on Stormfront, not on a forum about Poland. That is what I mean when I say some people are blinkered. But we are getting off topic here.

But to keep on topic, guest accounts are allowed here ( see post 13 onwards on this thread ), so long as they are not used to troll. The problem often lies with suspended members using them as a way of getting back on the forums. I also think that certain members incorrectly think that if they post under a guest account, then they won't get any warnings on their registered account, especially if perhaps those warnings are starting to pile up.
dolnoslask 1 | 936    
30 Jun 2016  #85

" anti-semitic views." I never understood what this has to do with modern day Poland, never heard about it from my parents and no one has mentioned jews in the 3 years I have lived in Poland.

From what i understand the lad was hounded in the real world with emails to his employer etc, he was not the first to suffer this fate here.

I refer to my point above " incited to commit a crime against a person"
Chemikiem 4 | 863    
30 Jun 2016  #86

I never understood what this has to do with modern day Poland,

Nothing at all, but this forum has been plagued over the years with trolls ranting about Jews.
Unfortunately every forum has trolls, but when you get them ranting on about Jews etc, it appears to attract even more of them, and the same goes for the ones that do nothing but rant about the Muslims.

From what i understand the lad was hounded in the real world with emails to his employer etc, he was not the first to suffer this fate here.

Apparently so, and this is where things got completely out of hand. I didn't care for his views but he didn't deserve that if that is indeed what happened.
dolnoslask 1 | 936    
30 Jun 2016  #87

"rant about the Muslims." but on the other hand people here rant about Catholics... what should the mods do ?, both a very current hot topics around the world, to deny there are issues or things that need to be addressed / discussed would not be right.
Chemikiem 4 | 863    
30 Jun 2016  #88

on the other hand people here rant about Catholics.

I don't think it's so much that Dolno, I don't care what religion anyone is, it's their personal belief and I respect that, but I suspect what the problem is more than anything, is when you get people like Adrian and Polonius, who have both stated on this forum that they feel their Catholic beliefs are being trampled on, then go on to insult gays with vile comments ( against the teachings of the Catholic church btw ), women ( comments such as s.luts, w.hores, bi'tches, peanut butter legs, easy to spread ) etc.

From so called devout Catholics, are you surprised that many many members here might just take offence at those sort of comments and find them rather hard to swallow coming from so called Christians? It's anything but Christian behaviour, so members are going to retaliate, and this is where many of the arguments start.

Read carefully through these threads and you will see what I mean. Especially the opening posts :-

https://polishforums.com/news/warsaw-silent-march-support-commandment-thou-76430/

https://polishforums.com/life/poland-survivor-report-children-mass-76283/
dolnoslask 1 | 936    
30 Jun 2016  #89

"comments such as s.luts, w.hores, bi'tches, peanut butter legs, easy to spread ) etc.",

All of the above I find offensive, but so obviously stupid at the same time, some people seem to enjoy being the court Jester.

" s.luts, w.hores, bi'tches" If their mum saw some of their posts she would smack them.
Chemikiem 4 | 863    
30 Jun 2016  #90

both a very current hot topics around the world, to deny there are issues or things that need to be addressed / discussed would not be right.

Of course they should be discussed, but as ever, the question is where do you draw the line? Some people on here are not interested in discussing the issue, they are here only to vomit their hate. One poster here referred to people from Afghanistan as goat f. kers for example, do you really think there is a need to talk about people like that? Sorry, but I don't, and I think posters should be warned and their comments edited. Those sort of comments contribute nothing to a discussion.

All of the above I find offensive,

So do I, especially being female.

some people seem to enjoy being the court Jester.

I don't see anything remotely amusing in referring to women in that way.
Especially coming from a devout Catholic.



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