Sunday, January 14, 2007

Hello, Doc Filth and Colin Hicks!

Moopy in its infinite wisdom and compassion decided to ban me. Well, I assume they have - I cannot access any page and the signs are not good. That makes

Forums I have been banned from
OUTPOST GALLIFREY: 3 times
Way in the lead with the Youth of Australia, the Big N and Manmiles falling to "moderator justice". I'm tempted to hack in (yeah, Shaun, you reading this? I'll leave OG alone the day you give Cameron Mason some fucking respect, huh?), but at the moment all the vibes are I'm better out of it.


MOOPY: 1 time
Aparently putting up with crap from all other posters is a mandatory requirement. Oh well, I was more heartbroken the last time I flushed the toilet, though it would be nice to see CH again, hence the title of this post in the hope he might visit my blog. Oh well, at least he's doing all right.


IAN LEVINE FORUM: None
I'm ashamed to even be a part of it and have never knowingly posted there. I can't even remember my password...

I might reinfiltrate Moopy, more for a laugh than anything...

And my vengeance will be swift and very, VERY terrible.

8 comments:

Colin said...

Yup. The Moopys have banned you for a week. And it appears that it's one of them who's the whackjob admin on Spara's blog.

The plot indeed thickens...

Youth of Australia said...

Oh.

Just a week?

I thought it was for good.

Actually, I thought there was a possibility my computer was playing up (I managed to ban myself from OG in 2005 for months because my computer couldn't open the forum - no outside intervention whatsoever).

Ah, screw em.

And as for the whackjob...

I am going to render his pathetic existance worse. My relationship with Spara will be a positive Hugh Grant romance in comparison to what I am going to do to him...

Colin said...

Just remember, you haven't heard this from me, right? ;)

Youth of Australia said...

Course not.

I trust you totally...

Colin Matthews Esquire, ever since on Outpost Vulcan you didn't blow the whistle to the Terminators that I was really The Beatles.

(Note: the message has been censored to protect the very guilty)

Colin said...

"...all the events portrayed in this story are true. We have only changed the names of those involved, but to anyone with a bit of computing nous, they can be hacked from the computer records of the Los Angeles Police Department.

Tune in next week for another instalment of ...DragInterNet"

*suspiciously familiar theme tune plays*

Youth of Australia said...

I remember a spoof of that in a maths-based educational sketch show called Square One.

Dull, but true.

*picks up a sax and plays "Take Five"*

JARED said...

What the hell is Moopy? I could obviously use Google to find out, but I am lazy and there's One Day Cricket on at the mo.

Also: it's possible to be banned from the Ian Levine forum? I thought Ian had spent his life pioneering circular debate and indecent amounts of online abuse! We are talking about the bloke who printed the home phone-number of a lost-eps hoaxer online and encouraged people to yell at him over the phone.

Youth of Australia said...

"What the hell is Moopy? I could obviously use Google to find out, but I am lazy and there's One Day Cricket on at the mo."
Not sure.

All I know is, someone whose email read "from Sebastian Flyte" told me to join it. It's a forum and everyone there is unbelievable cruel and rude.

Dude, what is banning offence in most forums is for them "hello". The shit they hurl at people... I was on the point of defending Sparacus, they were so insane.

Of course, then they had a go at me and I pleasantly described what I would do them if they said it again.

I was banned within the hour.

"Also: it's possible to be banned from the Ian Levine forum?"
Apparently.

I banned myself if anything...

"I thought Ian had spent his life pioneering circular debate and indecent amounts of online abuse!"
No. He devotes some time to managing boy bands and sending death threats to Christopher Eccleston.

"We are talking about the bloke who printed the home phone-number of a lost-eps hoaxer online and encouraged people to yell at him over the phone."
He did?

Christ. At least Eric Saward can write...