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Re: online

Posted by alexandra_k on March 4, 2020, at 18:02:06

In reply to Re: online, posted by rjlockhart37 on March 4, 2020, at 17:06:07

> hey alex, i had a paranoia trip last night, i posted a video on website, then the whole owner of the company blocked it, or removed it from my account or united states, i thought because everyone was reading, paranoia trip....

Ah. Why what is blocked? Youtube Copyright thing?

> no im gonna still talk rj things here, forget what i wrote, the websites i manage, ... anyone who types in my name can read everything i put. So, might as well, just say it like i usually say it

> thanks for response :)

You are a good person, rj.

These aren't professional websites where people are required to be professional in their postings.

Civil -- yes.

Professional -- no.

If you post as 'doctor' then expectations are different.

But otherwise not.

Don't get me wrong -- it's disturbing when anyone (and more so profesionals) post things that are seriously... Disturbing. Posting about warped desires that may or may not have unlawful behavioral expression...

But expressing yourself, expressing yourself, expressing yourself.. Especially when you are a kind and decent human being as you are. I don't see how that reflects badly on your character, at all.

Just pisses off the monkeys pomping about in their monkey suits.

The more disturbing aspects / elements...

There is a game I like to play with a gym ball. I make it up as I go along. Try and use your knees... Or whatever. I am free free free as a bird to do whatever I like when I'm playing with my gym ball.

Always someone will get sh*tty. Don't throw it! Don't kick it! Don't do this that or the other thing with it!

Those people... Are often the worst when it comes to following all the aribtrary rules that don't need to be followed (one doesn't kick a gym ball sniff!) while...

You don't even want to know what goes on behind their closed doors.

Which is why they think others desire for privacy is to hide evils.




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