Enjoying the pot stirring here?
Enjoying the pot stirring here?
- The One Truth ─ doesn't need any link, does it? <sour grin>
- Our sister forum, Eye-Rise, run by Kathy.
- The Manjaro forum. Manjaro is a GNU/Linux distribution, and it is the distro I am currently using (and will probably continue to be using from here on, because in my 20+ years of exclusively running GNU/Linux on my computers, I've never come across a distribution that was so well polished as Manjaro ).
- The PCLinuxOS forum. PCLinuxOS is the GNU/Linux distribution I was using for a couple of years before switching to Manjaro late in April 2019, when I bought this computer here. I'm not very active there anymore, but I do still check in a couple of times a day to see if there's anything I can help out with.
- Project Avalon, where my account was deactivated on the 18th of March 2015 over the Simon Parkes controversy, and reactivated again on the 23rd of June 2019.
Through some automated mechanism over at the Manjaro forum ─ they use an entirely different forum engine to what we have here ─ members who visit every day for a certain duration and who help out a lot are automatically granted limited moderation abilities, i.e. they can edit a post, they can delete a post, and they can move a thread to a different forum category if need be.
I have been very active there ever since I joined up, which I did in itself because I had built a certain software package that wasn't in the Manjaro repositories into a readily installable Manjaro package, and I wanted to know where I could offer it for download. And as of about one week ago, to my surprise ─ because I wasn't really aware of that mechanism ─ my activity on the forum triggered my "promotion" with these partial moderation abilities. I have so far only used them once, to mark a post as being the solution to a problem that the original poster of the thread was having. This adds the post with the solution to the opening post of the thread, so that newbies can more quickly find the solution if they are having the same problem as the original poster ─ and duplicate problems are very common there.
Apart from all of the above, I am also still monitoring and posting in several GNU/Linux- and UNIX-related discussion groups on Usenet. This is not a web-based medium, but instead you use a Usenet client application, and it has the look & feel of email, except that all messages are public and are stored on a distributed network of NNTP servers. I'm not going to get into the technical details, but if you want to know more about that, then the Wikipedia page will provide more information.
Usenet is also not all about GNU/Linux, because there are discussion groups about just about any conceivable topic, including groups about UFOs, conspiracies, politics, and so on, but those groups are all too often being frequented by people with mental illnesses and/or spammers.
That is why he was banned, although I can imagine that we would eventually have taken administrative measures against him as well if he had continued with his obsessive behavior over here regarding your past activity at Project Avalon ─ which he didn't, because he stopped coming around and he chose to return to Project Avalon in order to lie about us instead.
= DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR =
FRom Papa site n 9/11 thread >
Re: Prophecy, 9-11 and the end of the artificial timeline.
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The reason this thread started was due to connecting with Shaberon [ ..]
While having no desire to be in the said silly season membership, http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...e-Silly-Season , i have not been in the 98% for twenty years but i went baa before that.
I think Bro, you and I should share a Fosters some time soon or maybe a Steinlager...
WE can share one now Bob
I don't really have a lot to add here. I've already said my peace about what I think of Aragorn's endeavor (with Bill in particular), any more would be beating a dead horse, but I feel the need to chime in here in that I think this man deserves respect REGARDLESS, of opposing opinions. To me it's like the U.S. 1st Amendment; I may THOROUGHLY disagree with what someone is saying, but I will ALWAYS defend their right to say it.
He's a good man, I trust he has honorable intentions (and I don't say things like that lightly!), and he's doing what he feels he has to do. I respect that, period.
Has anyone else here ever been compelled to do something that you really felt you had to do? No matter what some others may think about it? I have. I'm sure you have too.
Besides, is the problem here with Bill Ryan, or The Project membership at large? Let's not get the two confused here. I can think of some very special people who roam the halls over there.
Last edited by Fred Steeves, 27th June 2019 at 22:50.
The unexamined life is not worth living.