To weesin

By shitnigger - updated: 11 months, 2 weeks ago - 31 messages


First, I would like to apologize for the slight aimed at your mother; I was not aware that she had passed away. Sincere apologies.

Second, being a former educator and a sociologist (I assume that's what you are, you said, in your own words, that you were a "scholar of sociology and human behavior"), I expected a more level-headed response. Yes, it's true that I am trolling, and yes, I did want to get a rise out of you, but I also expected a modicum of the understanding composure that comes with being around people younger than yourself.

On the topic of your background in sociology, shouldn't you be aware that your very emotional and derisive response is exactly what I wanted from you, as the user above me pointed out? I suppose one might ask, "Is it really too much to ask for a *little* bit of maturity from people?", to which I would answer, yes, very much so. I don't think you have to be a scholar of sociology to know the effect anonymity can have on individuals. For example, I find it incredibly amusing to offend people and watch them bug out. I give into my vices, as there is no real consequence I would have to face. This hope that people on the internet might be 100% amicable would be fine if you're not talking much, but weesin, you are one of the most active people on these forums. You constantly criticize and judge others, putting forth your opinions and making yourself available. This isn't me saying that this should make you a target for all the bad shit the internet has to offer, but I AM saying you should expect someone to eventually come around and test you. Poke at you a little bit. And that's just what I did. But aside from this little gag, I do believe I've been perfectly cordial and helpful in my other comments.

Again, I didn't know your mother passed away, and I really am sorry for the comment I made. But I would venture to say that your response is also uncalled for. There are people with genuine mental illnesses. Several of my friends have checked themselves into hospitals for severe depression. One lost his battle and took his own life. My mother battled with schizophrenia, and largely neglected me from the ages of 3-7. My comment about clapping your mother's cheeks was childish, but it's just as childish of you to lash out with such righteous anger and suggest that I have my brain looked at.

Learn to live and let live, weesin.
By boi - posted: 11 months, 3 weeks ago

Wow. This was the most logical logic I've ever heard on KeyHero and it's coming from a troll. Kudos to you.
I agree with everything that you've said on here concerning the actions of @weesin, and how they should act in the future. And because we're on the subject... I'll add onto it.
I agree that @weesin should not expect total maturity on the internet from everyone, and I also agree that @weesin shouldn't lash out whenever they get trolled- especially when, come on- they're not personal insults, they're just trolls.

Similar to this, @weesin, you should try thinking of the internet as walking down a mall. What do you see when you're in a public shopping mall? There are tons of shops to go into. There are people of totally different personalities, appearances, and attitudes. Some of them are wearing outfits that you don't approve of, or are talking about things that you believe to be "idiotic"- while others are wearing outfits you think are perfectly fine and others are discussing things that you think they should be discussing. All in all, some of them are acting the way that you believe they should be acting, and some are not.

While in the mall, you see some civilians wishing each other a Merry Christmas in the middle of may. You think these actions to be idiotic and unnecessary. What do you do? Do you...
a) Go up to them and call them idiots.
b) Do nothing. Why would you call them idiots? You're in a public area. Everyone will stare at you. Some will think of you as a bad person. Nobody with common sense would call such strangers, who you do not know any personal info about, idiots.

Soon, you walk by some little kids who don't know any better, and you think nothing of them. However, they start to call you names, along with the rest of the people walking down the mall. You absolutely do not approve of this, although many other people with common sense know that these kids don't mean it personally and that they're just doing it for their own fun. What do you do? Do you...
a) Go up to them, lash out at them, call them idiots as well as "pests" and "vermin," then tell them to go "play somewhere else."
b) Ignore them. Their comments are not personal AT ALL. Plus, why would you do such a thing to such small children who don't know any better? After all, everyone will stare at you. Option a) would absolutely NOT be the way a mature adult behaves.

Soon, you walk by a random civilians discussing the use of "they." You join in the conversation. One person from the mall walks up to the conversation and gives their input on the subject, but you don't agree with them. What do you do? Do you...
a) Tell them that they need to "read into that subject," call them an idiot, and after they tell you that they did not even need to do some reading into that subject (because they already knew what they said was correct), start getting all fired up and getting into this ridiculously enormous argument about using the term "they" for. No. Reason.
b) Politely say that you believe them to be incorrect, and like average, kind civilians, discuss the matter and figure out a solution, or even just agree to disagree.

Finally, you come across a civilian who goes by what you believe to be an offensive name, but at the same time, who is helping others out around the mall. You do not like their offensive name, so you call them out for it. Soon, that same person makes a comment that wasn't meant to be personal, but inside, you took it as personal (and I don't blame you for taking it as offensive, but that's not the point here). What do you do?
a) Get EXTREMELY fired up, lash out at them, tell them that their brain should be looked at, and proceed to complain about that person to other civilians and involve them in your over-the-top anger.
b) Although you're a little hurt, and nobody blames you for that, ignore it- it was just a comment that wasn't meant to be directed at such a personal point in your life. Because you are a strong and good person, you can move on without making a fuss.

That was just a little (long) visual of the internet for you. What do you think, @weesin? What would YOU choose in these situations, a) or b)? What would the average person on the internet do? What would be the RIGHT thing to do?
Well, none of these situations were made up. They're real situations on KeyHero that I've witnessed (and sometimes, participated in) that YOU have responded to. And in all of these situations, the course YOU chose to take was the a) course- basically lashing out at everyone, making a terrible image of yourself, and getting mad for no reason- so basically doing the exact thing you shouldn't be doing.
Right now, as you storm your way through the mall in your angry, judging manner, although others (including myself) have done it before, 2 civilians are telling you that you're being absolutely ridiculous. So, now, what will you do? What do you think is the right course to take?
By gr33ntea - posted: 11 months, 3 weeks ago

Haha, imagine living a life where you just typed all that to try and own someone on the internet.
By boi - posted: 11 months, 3 weeks ago

It's a pretty dang good life, thank you very much. It's not really your place to tell someone that, is it?
Plus, isn't typing what we're all here for?
By weesin - posted: 11 months, 3 weeks ago

Allow me to clarify my use of the term 'redneck'. I do not use it in reference to either the blue-collar working class, nor those from the southern States. By redneck, I am referring to the negative stereotype (re the use of the n-word in quotes and usernames) of uneducated fools who are intolerant of anyone who doesn't share their skin colour, religious beliefs, gender identity or sexual preferences.
By cube- - posted: 11 months, 2 weeks ago

What has this website become
By weesin - posted: 11 months, 2 weeks ago

It's going to hell. Some users are shockingly rude and obscene
By boi - posted: 11 months, 2 weeks ago

I don't think anyone knows anymore lol
Figures that the forum I advised @weesin to back off from trolls, a troll comes and @weesin does exactly what I warned them of. Man I give up
By weesin - posted: 11 months, 2 weeks ago

and what would you have me do instead @boil? Am I to sit and say nothing while someone makes disgusting sexual comments toward me? Give your head a shake - people have the right to speak up when they're being verbally assaulted. You say I should 'back off' from trolls - well, as you can see, this troll came at me...why should I step back from a bully? I will stand my ground. Keep your ridiculous suggestions to yourself
By weeesin - posted: 11 months, 2 weeks ago

Xzibit Yo Dawg meme:
Hey, @weesin, I hear you like trolling others on keyhero to keep your typing & SJW skills sharp. So, I've invited a horde of youtube trolls to troll you back. Have fun this summer!
Updated 11 months, 2 weeks ago
By weesin - posted: 11 months, 2 weeks ago

I would expect no less from the likes of you
By weeesin - posted: 11 months, 2 weeks ago

so you don't disagree that you're indeed trolling other users on this site, huh? that speaks volumes about you as a person. At least I'm honest about my trolling of you whereas you're pretending to be offended virtually by everything: silly/rude comments, commercial ads, religious stuff etc etc. We get it!!! This is your professional trolling "angle" - being a whiny offended victim. It seems that you're constantly hovering over this forum. what gives? are you in <3 with keyhero or smth? Does your blood @boil when you read these words?
By weesin - posted: 11 months, 2 weeks ago

I didn't admit to trolling...that's your gig not mine
By weeesin - posted: 11 months, 2 weeks ago

And yet you still haven't denied it lol
By weesin - posted: 11 months, 2 weeks ago

Actually I did - when I said trolling wasn't my gig. Do you not understand English?
By weeesin - posted: 11 months, 2 weeks ago

Ok but you never said "trolling wasn't my [@weesin's] gig" explicitly until now. Here's your previous comment : "I [@weesin] didn't admit to trolling...that's your [@weeesin's] gig not mine." Logically, "not admitting to trolling" is not the same as "denying trolling". I bet you don't read proper books. Actually, I wouldn't want someone like you to represent anyone in court. I can only hope you're not a lawyer! You'd always lose.

BTW You're a guy! No, seriously! teenager maybe??? No self-respecting middle-aged woman would waste so much time on this site. Why are you feeling so worried and defensive all the time? Female trolls are different... more subtle.
By weeesin - posted: 11 months, 2 weeks ago

Checkmate! XD XD
By weesin - posted: 11 months, 2 weeks ago

You guys are all so smart - yes, I'm absolutely a man. You've got me all figured out
By universal2 - posted: 11 months, 2 weeks ago

Martin Luther King once stated that darkness cannot drive out darkness, only light can. I support you weesin, but if I were to advise you, don't get too sensitive on the internet. Just ignore them and move forward in your life. I know that there are little children and elders using this website. However, you cannot stop trolls from using inappropriate words. It was their wrong decision to make, and one day, they will get consequences for their actions because of their foolish decision. Websites on the internet like this aren't religious. Most of people don't believe in God. My whole point is this: Let them do whatever they want until one day they realize they have to face consequence for their action. If you truly care about them or something, then let them learn this lesson by themselves. If you want to stand against bullies, do so in real life. Internet is different.
Updated 11 months, 2 weeks ago
By boi - posted: 11 months, 2 weeks ago

Just because of this forum I'm seriously thinking of changing my username to @boil. I don't know why, or really HOW, but in some way, this forum has really grown on me.
Plus, @weesin, I heard you call a troll a "bully". Seriously, if you've gotten to the point where you view trolls as BULLIES... man, this is really making me doubt you're actually an adult. Welcome to the internet. Here, not everyone's going to agree with you. Here, people can annoy you to the point of disbelief (we both know who that is for me, huh). Here, people are NOT going to live up to your ridiculously high expectations of maturity/agreeable attitudes/etc. If I were asked to represent what your activity on the internet is like, I'd say it's like you've walked into a run down, greasy, fast food burger shop and ordered 3 plates of lobster, some expensive wine and caviar- then got mad at the waiter for laughing at you. Sorry, but on the internet, it's either order a burger or leave (or make a complete fool of yourself. That's always an option.).
-oh yeah, and I wonder why these trolls are "coming at you"! huh... what a mystery... I wonder if anyone can ever solve it! I'm so curious!
Updated 11 months, 2 weeks ago
By weesin - posted: 11 months, 2 weeks ago

I appreciate wha you're saying, but I don't believe in a god so I don't believe that a god will deal with their actions
By weesin - posted: 11 months, 2 weeks ago

People shouldn't be eating greasy food, it's not good for you. So I will always insist on lobster and caviar. Good analogy @boi. I will continue to expect proper behavior from people -our society is sorely in need o people who, despite being villainized for it, will hold themselves and others to a higher standard. We can turn burger joints into good restaurants serving healthy food if more customers demand it
By weeesin - posted: 11 months, 2 weeks ago

"I will continue to expect proper behavior"... ok stop! you're making us laugh so hard that our sides may soon split, and it'll be on your head