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Mudlover74
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Glad I never saw any of those posts, I love this forum, good work for keeping it clean and safe
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rainwear-experience
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travis28 wrote: October 18th, 2020, 12:08 pm Good work. It raises the question - what is wrong with some people?
Who knows but there seems to be a lot of it about these days

I'm not suggesting people should abuse the moderators (or anyone else) but it does seem to have got more people posting than most topics ;)
Lordgrey
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Humans always long for approval, and with the Internet, they can it from all around the world. So if they don't get it in their RL community, they expect to get it form the Internet, equal how twisted their world view is and can't take any objections. But the Internet itselfe is a twisted and flighty community, and doesn't help you with RL in that matter. A healthy man would orientate himselfe in a RL community. And there, people try to not mix Children with perversions.

His post was really creepy, and cussing instead of requesting his own mindset shows we're better off without him.
MissRachel
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Lordgrey wrote: October 18th, 2020, 6:46 pm But the Internet itself is a twisted and flighty community, and doesn't help you with RL in that matter. A healthy man would orientate himself in a RL community. And there, people try to not mix Children with perversions.
Lordgrey you bring up a great point: the internet provides this never ending sets of "communities." We can find almost anything and then at the same time we see that people have no control. They create community that up until a few years ago you would not dare to talk about, not even at the locale bar.
rainwearseeker
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it only takes a few to ruin the image for any group but the mods are there to fix that. good work mason.
mason
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Izzitpvc wrote: October 18th, 2020, 10:05 am Well done, I thank you for keeping this forum from unwanted posts, Can you possibly delete/remove the actual entry from the list of topics (rainwear discussions) "d in plastic" one or will it disappear in due course? it is in my mind such a creepy heading/title.

Cheers
Good idea! I axed it just now.
Rainworshipper
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Post by Rainworshipper »

Well done for getting rid of types like this.
KlepperGuy
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Post by KlepperGuy »

Miss Racel wrote.........and 'innocent pleasure can be twisted'..............no it's not the pleasure that is or was twisted......its the person themself.

Well done Mason for deleting and banning this sort of perverse stuff and Member, that taints the 'innocent pleasure' we all enjoy in one way or another..
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Well done on banning him. Agree children should never be brought in to this forum
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