Good luck to no-one then?
So, they've pulled the plug on me old mate Junket 56
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I'm pretty sure it's called 'moderating'. It's not censorship if you're only hiding stuff that no-one was interested in reading anyway.
I can still see junket's posts. Does that mean I'm him?
Oooh, someone's been taking the paranoia pills.
Moderation is a good thing, in, erm, small amounts.
So you're saying I'm not him then? Damn! My guess for who you used to be was going to be me.
I've got so many logins I've lost track of who's me and who isn't and my schizophrenia is playing up. Luckily one of them is a doctor and he says it'll get better soon.
Were you me?
Oh ffs! I was just getting brave (drunk)enough to poke the cnut with a shitty stick.
Does that mean you get the dirty end now tom?
Well, he wasn't funny, constructive, insightful or capable of interacting with fellow humans. My guess is he's having a breakdown, or has snuck a phone into a secure ward.
Do they pull everyone who isn't funny?
Can you see me?
No really can anyone see me or is it just me who can see me?
Am I the ghost and not everyone else?
I smell dead people
Junket was supposed to be a kick up the arse for the complacency, which is becoming more and more obvious, particularly when you see the same jokes time and time again.
Funny that, I cant see he would ever have achieved his worthy goal by being at best rude at worst insulting if people have an opinion. If you find something is not funny then say why and what could be done to improve it. Dont be a prick
There's a hell of a lot of new people on here at the moment, and they're all trying to learn the style, find their feet, and explore what's funny or not. Some are bound to hit jokes that have been done before without their knowledge, or miss the target on occasion.
I think the best way to encourage people is by either telling them what you think works, or offering constructive criticism. Junket is no loss to the community. It's meant to be a place where people learn to write, not a place where people wank their twisted ego by being deliberately confrontational.
I do enjoy the jocular banter.
The pointed abuse that has cropped up from Ejaculate56's posts was sadly never really funny, I actually got quite cross about the nasty comments he was making. It would be a great shame if that sort of commentary became the norm on this really rather beautiful site.
Here is a motley crue of people who want to enjoy humour in all its many forms, not see people gratuitously insulted with hurtful words.
Perhaps Turdflinger would care to jog on to console his buddy and find another site to toxify with their presence.
As far as I understand, this site is here to laud the funny in all its forms and thats it.
Well at least Tom can see me. Phew!
From the other place:
[quote]Everywhere I go there's a twat called beau-fucking-jolly in my way. A guy who can't sub anything decent but always has a fucking opinion about everything.
Woop woop hurrah.
Like what Tom?
Tomfinger, as you already think I'm an arsehole I might has well mention the elephant in the room.
There's just a chance that your subs aren't used because they lack potential, or aren't up to scratch. It might not be because everything else written on the site is 'safe' and 'boring'.
If that's the case, bitching about other submissions isn't going to improve your own work. Only trying harder or copying and pasting off The Onion can do that.
dvo's Dunblane was edgy and different..... I think it sunk without a trace though.
I'm afraid you're just plain wrong Mr. Finger. Stop giving out, appreciate that you've misjudged everyone and come back another day with some content.
Tom and junket RIP
Oooooh, he got adminned.
I still think he's me. We're just lying to us to throw me off my trail.
err..so how do you know they've been binned?
When this thread started there was a comment above Al's
In the good old days (it was all fields here then, you couldn't imagine it) I was censored all the time. It could have had something to do with waking up after a tough Saturday night out in the aisle at a High Church Sunday service.
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