I use my real name, so hey, sucks to be you private types, but I mean
no threat. If the bill collectors, past wives, cuckolded husbands,
and tax man are after you along with the FBI and Mafia, well, of
course I understand your need.
On 10/31/2014 2:26 AM, salyavin808 wrote:
It isn't really in the spirit of the internet to use your real name,
the idea is that you can project the image you want and even hide what
sex and age you are. It's a meeting of minds doncha know.
/Anyone can be anything they want to be on an internet discussion group.
The question is, why would someone want to troll under an alias and
trash a discussion and make themselves look like an atheistic asshole?
It just doesn't make any sense to normal people seeking answers to the
When people do that it indicates they probably have OCD or serious anger
management issues. In fact, it's dishonest to use an alias in a real
online discussion. Only newbies and adolescents do that because they are
trying to hide something from their parents.
But, it is especially strange for science writers to post using an alias
- I mean, who is going to do an internet search for a "salyavin808" -
everything you post to the internet is lost in Warehouse 13. What a
waste of time. In contrast, most of my information forms a huge data
base of information and I'll be famous for several generations.You are a
An alias actually sometimes tells more about an informant than using
their real name.
For example a "Michael Jackson" living in SC indicates to me a rebel guy
that hates black people. Another example is "Uncle Tantra" which
indicates to me an old guy with deviant sexual proclivities. Go figure./