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Re: dream
« Reply #15 on: May 04, 2012, 07:36:13 pm »
The "*bleep*" was FC replacing my word for the hind end of a donkey variety. And who said I was xtian?

I know and sorry about that assumption; I get side-swiped by so many xtians here that I made that assumption in hasty error.  I apologize if it doesn't apply. :-X
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Re: dream
« Reply #16 on: May 04, 2012, 07:41:50 pm »
I know and sorry about that assumption...
Apology accepted.  Had no idea FC bleeped things!

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Re: dream
« Reply #17 on: May 04, 2012, 11:15:17 pm »
Apology accepted.  Had no idea FC bleeped things!

That was instituted last month, IIRC however, I didn't actually post a 'bleepable' word; I just like messing with the automated censor.  Doubtless, the program was implemented because there are underage members of FC hereabouts and some folks don't seem to be able to self-regulate their language usage from time to time.  I find more elaborate rambling in-depth accomplishes certain purposes much more effectively than demonstrating that the user knows as many 'cuss-words' as any elementary-school kid does.
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Re: dream
« Reply #18 on: May 05, 2012, 01:13:23 am »
=falcon9 link=topic=40868.msg532137#msg532137 date=1336180004]
=sammywantsya link=topic=40868.msg532113#msg532113 date=1336175127]my dream already came true.. i got the money i needed... been working my butt off to make it work... so did my hubby too.."Breaking Bad"?

I don't want to take sides here but the way I read this is....the reverse. sammywantsya is the stalker! Cyber stalkers & real person to person stalkers are very similar. A person being stalked will not set out to bait & bring the stalker back to him/her. Normal reaction by a stalking victim is to get as far away or even change or hide their identity to cope with that personal invasion of self. A real victim would stop posting even leave this site. A real victim will stop responding the offender's posts. A real victim doesn't  post traps to catch the accused offender. From your responses to Falcon9 you seem to have some kind of obsession with Falcon9? So, Sammywantsya, stop posting,planting traps, & responding to F9's posts. Go out, into the real world, do something away from cyber space; get a life.  In other words please stop stalking Falcon 9! :thumbsup:

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Re: dream
« Reply #19 on: May 05, 2012, 01:23:14 am »
my dream already came true.. i got the money i needed... been working my butt off to make it work... so did my hubby too..

"Breaking Bad"?

I don't want to take sides here but the way I read this is....the reverse. sammywantsya is the stalker! Cyber stalkers & real person to person stalkers are very similar. A person being stalked will not set out to bait & bring the stalker back to him/her. Normal reaction by a stalking victim is to get as far away or even change or hide their identity to cope with that personal invasion of self. A real victim would stop posting even leave this site. A real victim will stop responding the offender's posts. A real victim doesn't  post traps to catch the accused offender. From your responses to Falcon9 you seem to have some kind of obsession with Falcon9? So, Sammywantsya, stop posting,planting traps, & responding to F9's posts. Go out, into the real world, do something away from cyber space; get a life.  In other words please stop stalking Falcon 9! :thumbsup:

True, 'sammy' trolls poorly however, I trust that Admin will see beyond her deceptions and perceive what you have.  Thanks, "tantricia".
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Re: dream
« Reply #20 on: May 30, 2012, 12:36:56 am »
True, 'sammy' trolls poorly however, I trust that Admin will see beyond her deceptions and perceive what you have.  Thanks, "tantricia".
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 8) ;D :thumbsup: :wave: :peace:

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Re: dream
« Reply #21 on: May 30, 2012, 04:47:02 am »
I was dreaming of floating basketball hoops and baseball hoops and a football hoop, this woman charged me 3 dollars to watch them float around in the air, hmm I wonder what that was about  :dontknow:

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Re: dream
« Reply #22 on: May 30, 2012, 05:08:10 am »
k almost forgot what the subject was with all the stuff about stalking and all it is good to keep on the subject so others that want to respond have the ability to instead of the non sense i like the dreams i have of finding money and waking up with my hands balled only to find they are empty sucks lol

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Re: dream
« Reply #23 on: May 30, 2012, 05:22:38 am »
k almost forgot what the subject was with all the stuff about stalking and all it is good to keep on the subject so others that want to respond have the ability to instead of the non sense i like the dreams i have of finding money and waking up with my hands balled only to find they are empty sucks lol


Hi Bren, I hate when that happenes, hmmm maybe your ship is about to come in  :thumbsup:

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Re: dream
« Reply #24 on: May 30, 2012, 11:18:21 pm »
=falcon9 link=topic=40868.msg532137#msg532137 date=1336180004]
=sammywantsya link=topic=40868.msg532113#msg532113 date=1336175127]my dream already came true.. i got the money i needed... been working my butt off to make it work... so did my hubby too.."Breaking Bad"?

I don't want to take sides here but the way I read this is....the reverse. sammywantsya is the stalker! Cyber stalkers & real person to person stalkers are very similar. A person being stalked will not set out to bait & bring the stalker back to him/her. Normal reaction by a stalking victim is to get as far away or even change or hide their identity to cope with that personal invasion of self. A real victim would stop posting even leave this site. A real victim will stop responding the offender's posts. A real victim doesn't  post traps to catch the accused offender. From your responses to Falcon9 you seem to have some kind of obsession with Falcon9? So, Sammywantsya, stop posting,planting traps, & responding to F9's posts. Go out, into the real world, do something away from cyber space; get a life.  In other words please stop stalking Falcon 9! :thumbsup:

I don't believe Sammy is a stalker any more than Falcon. More likely she just feel offended and feels the need to try to prove her feelings are valid.

Sammy you can iggy Falcon and go in peace... Just because someone says something about you doesn't make it true, and you don't need the validation. Everyone is entitled to their own feelings, Even Christians :P lol

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Re: dream
« Reply #25 on: May 30, 2012, 11:27:52 pm »
I don't believe Sammy is a stalker any more than Falcon. More likely she just feel offended and feels the need to try to prove her feelings are valid.

Well, the FC moderator did directly state that that member had certainly posted a "calling out thread".  Such posting are nominally a "stalking", (re: the now locked "Hey Falcon" thread in the off topic forum).

Sammy you can iggy Falcon and go in peace... Just because someone says something about you doesn't make it true, and you don't need the validation.

While that particular member, (as well several others), have been previously advised by FC, (and even myself), to use the thoughtfully-provided "ignore button", she, (and some others), have either chosen not to or, have decided that 'not-ignoring' and continuing to post in a roundabout way concerning what they're 'not-ignoring' somehow still consists of "ignoring", (apparently that way, they can try to skirt responsibility for 'indirect-trolling').  
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Everyone is entitled to their own feelings, Even Christians :P lol

Even xtians; are you sure?
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« Last Edit: May 31, 2012, 10:23:08 am by falcon9 »
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Re: dream
« Reply #26 on: May 31, 2012, 02:58:43 am »
There ota be a rule that one can ONLY talk about the topic on hand and NOT stray from such topic. some need  to stop mentioning me as if i'm no longer on the forums any more. I could be soooo wrong but I feel that this particular one ALWAYS needs the attention drawn back to them, AGAIN kinda sad : i'm sure in time this person will start now with their rants on this one too!!
« Last Edit: May 31, 2012, 03:01:38 am by cateyes1 »

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Re: dream
« Reply #27 on: May 31, 2012, 04:17:24 am »
It's weird cuz I never really remember my dreams! I still don't understand this cuz I haven't always been this way...Anybody else experience this??? :BangHead:

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Re: dream
« Reply #28 on: May 31, 2012, 04:20:11 am »
when I first wake up from a dream of course I remember, but as the day goes on I totaly forget what the dream was about....UGH and some I would so like to share too :(

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Re: dream
« Reply #29 on: May 31, 2012, 07:56:04 am »
Sometimes I dream and sometimes I do not, but I love to dream if they come true (the good ones) :wave:

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