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 spiritual life.
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 nobody.
/On 10/31/2014 2:09 PM, salyavin808 wrote:
I think you are quite probably insane. I can't perform an actual
diagnosis over the internet but if you think you post any
information at all - other than the fact you are insane - then
I've yet to see it.
/But perhaps I'm being too harsh and you are merely autistic or
have behavioural problems. I have tried to discuss things with you
in the past - many times - but you always just get abusive and
start posting irrelevant rubbish that you cut and paste from
Wikipedia. I don't know if you just don't know anything or think
that posting anything as long as it appears contrary to my
position is helpful to whatever cause it is you have. Or maybe
they only give you limited computer use at your care home. Either
way, I have tried.
/I'm sorry if you think that someone who doesn't believe in magic
is automatically an asshole, I can't help you there. I do explain
why I think the supernatural is an inadequate explanation for our
experience but you just stick your fingers in your ears and post
endless bollocks to spam the whole thread up. Every single time.
What pleasure you get from your online existence I cannot guess at
because you contribute absolutely nothing of any intellectual
value either way that I've seen here./
/You may very well be famous, and I'm sure that is very important
to you, I'm also sure that anyone who has tried to read your
dribble every day on here will be telling their friends with
horror what a full spiritual life can do for you. Someone should
make a flicker book of your last ten years of posts here and we
can look at them one after the other and maybe even you will
shudder as you watch them not change, even remotely.
/And I am happy to be a nobody. I suspect for you to think that is
an adequate insult means you must think you are a somebody. Good
luck with whoever you really are because you inspire no jealousy
in me at all./
/Whenever informants post using an alias it indicates they are nobody in
particular and that anything they say is relegated to Warehouse 13,
never to be seen again, unless by accident. While you were posting
messages that end on one line and almost all begin with RE:, I wrote a
whole book using my real name. It's always better to use your real name
on a discussion group because that way, you'll be somebody to remember
and other respondents can do an advanced search to find out what you've
As it is, you've already wasted a year or two posting as a nobody. When
you are gone, you are gone - nobody is going to do a search for
//"salyavin808" because nobody even knows who you are. It's not
/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./