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I feel sorry for her more than anything.

To be so consistently nasty on a public forum, you usually have to be a pretty unhappy individual. Hope her situation improves.

That said, won't miss her posts for the duration big the ban.
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We're all under stress so temporary nice posts in place of the usual bile is to be expected. And unseenwork should not be banned for her pleasant well wishes towards Bojo.
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HKCJ wrote:I think she and rob loonan would’ve made a smashing couple. They could have been Braz and Lady Pen mkII. Just a shame they lived on the bored during different eras.
Rob Noonan never to be forgotten :lol:
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Uncle Fester wrote:The sensitive Susans should toughen up

I agree - and there's quite a few on this thread
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Anonymous. wrote:
HKCJ wrote:I think she and rob loonan would’ve made a smashing couple. They could have been Braz and Lady Pen mkII. Just a shame they lived on the bored during different eras.
Rob Noonan never to be forgotten :lol:
His contributions to the lunacy of the forum in its glory days are oft overlooked but of all the nutters he was my fave.
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It was all rather heavy handed by her. Look at HH’s post at around the same time, a masterclass in taking the piss with some style.
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c69 wrote:
Sandstorm wrote:
c69 wrote:Her posts were crass and now any time anyone expresses such thoughts towards politicians they should be banned.
Based upon this ridiculous precedent that is natch.

Next time a poster calls for the death of a state leader or glories in the death of a freedom fighter/terrorist you are banned?
I don't recall any other poster going on that nastily for half a page when Mugabe or Saddam's futures were discussed. She went waaay overboard IMO.
Agreed there was no rejoicing here when those despots died.
To be perfectly honest, I let out a wee involuntary snort of glee when I learned of Saddam's untimely death. Then when RM popped his evil clogs, I even thanked god and wished Zimbabwe all the best. But I didn't really mean anything by it, as god was nowhere to receive my thanks or help Zim.

All in all, I'm pretty pleased I managed to avoid a banning. :thumbup:
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Anonymous. wrote:
PornDog wrote:For what its worth, my first reaction to hearing Boris had caught it initially was one of mirth (because of his originally lax attitude - to be fair to him I think he/the UK government got on the right horse pretty quickly afterwards).

The vitriol that USW showed was definitely over the top and a little hard to wrap ones head around, but being who she is and Boris' previous uttering about bum boys and generally very un PC like attitudes to that community it is understandable. I realise there are counters to those perceptions (some better than others), but it's totally reasonable for someone with USW's background to not show the levels of understanding and to hold a grudge against someone whose earlier statements on the subject are, at the very least perceived to be, so overwhelmingly negative and harmful.

Again to revel in another persons life being in danger is not cool, but the level of vitriol is, while extreme, understandable.

Either way I think the banning is over the top and totally inconsistent considering worse things are said about others on here all the time. But I guess refereeing inconsistency is appropriate for a rugby bored.
I happen to think Boris is a cunt. His comments public comments on black people, gay people and women who wear Burkas are bad enough but I tend to think people say worse in private then they do to the media. However that being said I think unseenworks joyful reaction to his undoubted suffering is only "understandable" if you are looking at it from the angle of usw being a cunt as well.
If that is a criteria for a banning, if?, there'd be a fair few more shoot on site on the Bored.
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Every time someone famous dies we're snowed under with shit puns and some edgy arsehole posts fhhd but when Boris looks like he's in trouble it's all clappy-clappy, banny-banny. Telling.
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my 2 cents wrote:It just plays into the victimhood status.

I'd prefer them to continue showing what a twisted dickhead they are.
That's funny.

Best wishes to Bojo.

My best memories of him are from "have I got news for you"

Always seems out of place

Get well.
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alliswell wrote:Every time someone famous dies we're snowed under with shit puns and some edgy arsehole posts fhhd but when Boris looks like he's in trouble it's all clappy-clappy, banny-banny. Telling.
Some people are quite sensitive to whether the jokes happen before or after somebody dies. Also encouraging people to make the transition isn't considered good form.

Mind you, it isn't just Boris who is protected. Sick / dead rugby players are also totally off limits for humour as well.

Perhaps more of us are hypocrites than we would like to admit?
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A5D5E5 wrote:
alliswell wrote:Every time someone famous dies we're snowed under with shit puns and some edgy arsehole posts fhhd but when Boris looks like he's in trouble it's all clappy-clappy, banny-banny. Telling.
Some people are quite sensitive to whether the jokes happen before or after somebody dies. Also encouraging people to make the transition isn't considered good form.

Mind you, it isn't just Boris who is protected. Sick / dead rugby players are also totally off limits for humour as well.

Perhaps more of us are hypocrites than we would like to admit?
Well it is a rugby forum.
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alliswell wrote:Every time someone famous dies we're snowed under with shit puns and some edgy arsehole posts fhhd but when Boris looks like he's in trouble it's all clappy-clappy, banny-banny. Telling.
Bit of a difference between some puns and good natured dark jokes than wishing someone harm or dead.

I also think in this case the context of the situation is why people are sympathetic, thousands are dying and that includes peoples loved ones.
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Ted. wrote:
Anonymous. wrote:
PornDog wrote:For what its worth, my first reaction to hearing Boris had caught it initially was one of mirth (because of his originally lax attitude - to be fair to him I think he/the UK government got on the right horse pretty quickly afterwards).

The vitriol that USW showed was definitely over the top and a little hard to wrap ones head around, but being who she is and Boris' previous uttering about bum boys and generally very un PC like attitudes to that community it is understandable. I realise there are counters to those perceptions (some better than others), but it's totally reasonable for someone with USW's background to not show the levels of understanding and to hold a grudge against someone whose earlier statements on the subject are, at the very least perceived to be, so overwhelmingly negative and harmful.

Again to revel in another persons life being in danger is not cool, but the level of vitriol is, while extreme, understandable.

Either way I think the banning is over the top and totally inconsistent considering worse things are said about others on here all the time. But I guess refereeing inconsistency is appropriate for a rugby bored.
I happen to think Boris is a cunt. His comments public comments on black people, gay people and women who wear Burkas are bad enough but I tend to think people say worse in private then they do to the media. However that being said I think unseenworks joyful reaction to his undoubted suffering is only "understandable" if you are looking at it from the angle of usw being a cunt as well.
If that is a criteria for a banning, if?, there'd be a fair few more shoot on site on the Bored.
I long ago accepted the criteria for a banning on this forum is whatever some MOD thinks is worthy of a banning at any given time and most of the time it's not what is being said but who is saying it.
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Humbug !
Boris Johnson has been branded a disgrace for dismissing pleas from Labour MPs to stop using inflammatory language in light of the murder of Jo Cox, telling one that it was “humbug” and another that the best way to honour her was to “get Brexit done”.
So if it's okay for he himself; to describe pleas to tone down inflammatory language, as "Humbug"; how is it justified to ban someone from speaking freely, allbeit, using inflammatory language; about him ?
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alliswell wrote:Every time someone famous dies we're snowed under with shit puns and some edgy arsehole posts fhhd but when Boris looks like he's in trouble it's all clappy-clappy, banny-banny. Telling.
Were there loads of people reporting her? I don't even know if anyone reported her. Are you assuming people who are saying she was being off means they reported her or wanted her banned ?
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fishfoodie wrote:
Humbug !
Boris Johnson has been branded a disgrace for dismissing pleas from Labour MPs to stop using inflammatory language in light of the murder of Jo Cox, telling one that it was “humbug” and another that the best way to honour her was to “get Brexit done”.
So if it's okay for he himself; to describe pleas to tone down inflammatory language, as "Humbug"; how is it justified to ban someone from speaking freely, allbeit, using inflammatory language; about him ?
Because MODS can do what they want.
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Dont often post
Read the bored on occasion

Just to opine

The ban USW received is the most pathetic thing I have read on innumerable online forums
Pathetic behaviour from those who reported, whomsoever pulled the trigger and those justifying it
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Most bannings are rather pathetic and appear to be done for any particular mod's own entertainment.
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fatcat wrote:Most bannings are rather pathetic and appear to be done for any particular mod's own entertainment.
Yep. Mods aren't social workers with dispassionate observation and the patience of a Saint, but a lot more effort could be made by them to recognise a forum like this is filled with the byproduct of everyday and historical stress and anxiety. It's a release for some and for some that release isn't always pretty. I myself have certainly tried to improve the way I speak to others on forums. That doesn't mean you can't let off a bit of steam.

Right now I think we should be as gently as possible pulling the extreme outbursts into line rather than turfing them out completely.

In lockdown, online interaction is one of the few remaining tools for social interaction, is even more important and to be encouraged.*

For mods to ban for entertainment value as might have been done in the past is simply not good enough in this restricted pandemic world.

*Edit: Case in point. I registered here for the umpteenth time under this transparent username and HK, aware of people's situation at this time, approved it. I thank him for that.
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Anonymous. wrote:
Ted. wrote:
Anonymous. wrote:
PornDog wrote:For what its worth, my first reaction to hearing Boris had caught it initially was one of mirth (because of his originally lax attitude - to be fair to him I think he/the UK government got on the right horse pretty quickly afterwards).

The vitriol that USW showed was definitely over the top and a little hard to wrap ones head around, but being who she is and Boris' previous uttering about bum boys and generally very un PC like attitudes to that community it is understandable. I realise there are counters to those perceptions (some better than others), but it's totally reasonable for someone with USW's background to not show the levels of understanding and to hold a grudge against someone whose earlier statements on the subject are, at the very least perceived to be, so overwhelmingly negative and harmful.

Again to revel in another persons life being in danger is not cool, but the level of vitriol is, while extreme, understandable.

Either way I think the banning is over the top and totally inconsistent considering worse things are said about others on here all the time. But I guess refereeing inconsistency is appropriate for a rugby bored.
I happen to think Boris is a cunt. His comments public comments on black people, gay people and women who wear Burkas are bad enough but I tend to think people say worse in private then they do to the media. However that being said I think unseenworks joyful reaction to his undoubted suffering is only "understandable" if you are looking at it from the angle of usw being a cunt as well.
If that is a criteria for a banning, if?, there'd be a fair few more shoot on site on the Bored.
I long ago accepted the criteria for a banning on this forum is whatever some MOD thinks is worthy of a banning at any given time and most of the time it's not what is being said but who is saying it.
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fatcat wrote:Most bannings are rather pathetic
Maybe.
and appear to be done for any particular mod's own entertainment.
Oh well, in that case fair enough. We all have to take our entertainment where we can.
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seems a weird banning to me. Its not a nice sentiment for sure, but ive seen all sorts go on here and people don't kick up a big fuss.

If this is the precedent going forward ok, but somehow i suspect it wont be ...
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Anonymous. wrote:
fishfoodie wrote:
Humbug !
Boris Johnson has been branded a disgrace for dismissing pleas from Labour MPs to stop using inflammatory language in light of the murder of Jo Cox, telling one that it was “humbug” and another that the best way to honour her was to “get Brexit done”.
So if it's okay for he himself; to describe pleas to tone down inflammatory language, as "Humbug"; how is it justified to ban someone from speaking freely, allbeit, using inflammatory language; about him ?
Because MODS can do what they want.

Not always - sometimes there are other forces at play
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Lets not forget that Boris is a good rugger man.

Forget Jonah Lomu (j/k RIL big man) . I can't get the image of Boris steamrolling that unfortunate Japanese kid out of my mind.
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arthurjones wrote:Dont often post
Read the bored on occasion

Just to opine

The ban USW received is the most pathetic thing I have read on innumerable online forums
Pathetic behaviour from those who reported, whomsoever pulled the trigger and those justifying it
Indeed :thumbup:
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fatcat wrote:Most bannings are rather pathetic and appear to be done for any particular mod's own entertainment.
If we banned people for our own entertainment you would have been banned years ago.

First against the wall, basically.
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Muttonbirds wrote:
fatcat wrote:Most bannings are rather pathetic and appear to be done for any particular mod's own entertainment.
Yep. Mods aren't social workers with dispassionate observation and the patience of a Saint, but a lot more effort could be made by them to recognise a forum like this is filled with the byproduct of everyday and historical stress and anxiety. It's a release for some and for some that release isn't always pretty. I myself have certainly tried to improve the way I speak to others on forums. That doesn't mean you can't let off a bit of steam.

Right now I think we should be as gently as possible pulling the extreme outbursts into line rather than turfing them out completely.

In lockdown, online interaction is one of the few remaining tools for social interaction, is even more important and to be encouraged.*

For mods to ban for entertainment value as might have been done in the past is simply not good enough in this restricted pandemic world.

*Edit: Case in point. I registered here for the umpteenth time under this transparent username and HK, aware of people's situation at this time, approved it. I thank him for that.

You could say that but then again but remember the Bored is owned by a media company that does want and expect some standards. The last thing we want is them meddling again because an advertiser or poster has complained.

When you post, ask if it's edgy. If it is, think twice about hitting the post button because you could be upsetting the wrong people who just may not necessarily be mods.
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Anonymous. wrote:
Ted. wrote:
Anonymous. wrote:
PornDog wrote:For what its worth, my first reaction to hearing Boris had caught it initially was one of mirth (because of his originally lax attitude - to be fair to him I think he/the UK government got on the right horse pretty quickly afterwards).

The vitriol that USW showed was definitely over the top and a little hard to wrap ones head around, but being who she is and Boris' previous uttering about bum boys and generally very un PC like attitudes to that community it is understandable. I realise there are counters to those perceptions (some better than others), but it's totally reasonable for someone with USW's background to not show the levels of understanding and to hold a grudge against someone whose earlier statements on the subject are, at the very least perceived to be, so overwhelmingly negative and harmful.

Again to revel in another persons life being in danger is not cool, but the level of vitriol is, while extreme, understandable.

Either way I think the banning is over the top and totally inconsistent considering worse things are said about others on here all the time. But I guess refereeing inconsistency is appropriate for a rugby bored.
I happen to think Boris is a cunt. His comments public comments on black people, gay people and women who wear Burkas are bad enough but I tend to think people say worse in private then they do to the media. However that being said I think unseenworks joyful reaction to his undoubted suffering is only "understandable" if you are looking at it from the angle of usw being a cunt as well.
If that is a criteria for a banning, if?, there'd be a fair few more shoot on site on the Bored.
I long ago accepted the criteria for a banning on this forum is whatever some MOD thinks is worthy of a banning at any given time and most of the time it's not what is being said but who is saying it.
New posters and repeat offenders are given far shorter rope than posters with less of a history, that only makes sense. Its actually really difficult to get a ban on here unless you get Jake on a bad day. Lets face it sometimes mods (like any other poster) have good and bad days and tolerance levels change.
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iarmhiman wrote:As a British citizen she should be allow say what she likes about her prime minister.

Sensitive susans is putting it mildly
I have no idea what she said to get banned but unseenwork is a foul mouthed slattern and should be fecked off at the high port.
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eldanielfire wrote:
alliswell wrote:Every time someone famous dies we're snowed under with shit puns and some edgy arsehole posts fhhd but when Boris looks like he's in trouble it's all clappy-clappy, banny-banny. Telling.
Bit of a difference between some puns and good natured dark jokes than wishing someone harm or dead.

I also think in this case the context of the situation is why people are sympathetic, thousands are dying and that includes peoples loved ones.
So boris is a "loved one"?
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Openside wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:As a British citizen she should be allow say what she likes about her prime minister.

Sensitive susans is putting it mildly
I have no idea what she said to get banned but unseenwork is a foul mouthed slattern and should be fecked off at the high port.
As regards her being a 'slattern', having never met her I would have no idea but if a foul mouth is a basis for getting banned here, we would have maybe Globus left posting to himself !!

As for the softcock that reported her, you really should take a long hard look at yourself.
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blindcider wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
New guy wrote:Would the guys who think it's not ban worthy have been ok with somebody saying "good riddance" when Jo Cox got shot?
I don't agree with banning people for holding or expressing unpleasant, offensive or even hateful views. Short of bans necessary for complying with the law, I wouldn't ban anyone.

Far better to have their opinions aired so they can be discussed, debated and ridiculed.
I am more of the view that allowing to much "hate speech" masquerading under the banner of "free speech" normalises extreme views too much. Look at the general state of the internet where people comfortable in anonymity feel free to give death threats to people. Also with freedom of speech comes the obligation to self-censor - free speech does not give you the right to go out of your way to deliberately offend or upset people.

Also why should planet rugby allow their forum to be a vehicle for people to spread their manure to their audience?
:thumbup: :thumbup:
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Uncle Fester wrote:
eldanielfire wrote:
alliswell wrote:Every time someone famous dies we're snowed under with shit puns and some edgy arsehole posts fhhd but when Boris looks like he's in trouble it's all clappy-clappy, banny-banny. Telling.
Bit of a difference between some puns and good natured dark jokes than wishing someone harm or dead.

I also think in this case the context of the situation is why people are sympathetic, thousands are dying and that includes peoples loved ones.
So boris is a "loved one"?
To some members of his weird cult of personality he really is :|

Parasocial relationships man...
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blindcider wrote:
Anonymous. wrote:
Ted. wrote:
Anonymous. wrote:
PornDog wrote:For what its worth, my first reaction to hearing Boris had caught it initially was one of mirth (because of his originally lax attitude - to be fair to him I think he/the UK government got on the right horse pretty quickly afterwards).

The vitriol that USW showed was definitely over the top and a little hard to wrap ones head around, but being who she is and Boris' previous uttering about bum boys and generally very un PC like attitudes to that community it is understandable. I realise there are counters to those perceptions (some better than others), but it's totally reasonable for someone with USW's background to not show the levels of understanding and to hold a grudge against someone whose earlier statements on the subject are, at the very least perceived to be, so overwhelmingly negative and harmful.

Again to revel in another persons life being in danger is not cool, but the level of vitriol is, while extreme, understandable.

Either way I think the banning is over the top and totally inconsistent considering worse things are said about others on here all the time. But I guess refereeing inconsistency is appropriate for a rugby bored.
I happen to think Boris is a cunt. His comments public comments on black people, gay people and women who wear Burkas are bad enough but I tend to think people say worse in private then they do to the media. However that being said I think unseenworks joyful reaction to his undoubted suffering is only "understandable" if you are looking at it from the angle of usw being a cunt as well.
If that is a criteria for a banning, if?, there'd be a fair few more shoot on site on the Bored.
I long ago accepted the criteria for a banning on this forum is whatever some MOD thinks is worthy of a banning at any given time and most of the time it's not what is being said but who is saying it.
New posters and repeat offenders are given far shorter rope than posters with less of a history, that only makes sense. Its actually really difficult to get a ban on here unless you get Jake on a bad day. Lets face it sometimes mods (like any other poster) have good and bad days and tolerance levels change.
In other words. Whatever some MOD thinks is worthy of a banning at any given time and most of the time it's not what is being said but who is saying it.
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I'm just waiting for the mass banning of all those posters who laughed at the Israeli health minister getting it.
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eldanielfire wrote:
alliswell wrote:Every time someone famous dies we're snowed under with shit puns and some edgy arsehole posts fhhd but when Boris looks like he's in trouble it's all clappy-clappy, banny-banny. Telling.
Bit of a difference between some puns and good natured dark jokes than wishing someone harm or dead.

I also think in this case the context of the situation is why people are sympathetic, thousands are dying and that includes peoples loved ones.
Oh I know why people are sympathetic.
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Anonymous. wrote:
alliswell wrote:Every time someone famous dies we're snowed under with shit puns and some edgy arsehole posts fhhd but when Boris looks like he's in trouble it's all clappy-clappy, banny-banny. Telling.
Were there loads of people reporting her? I don't even know if anyone reported her. Are you assuming people who are saying she was being off means they reported her or wanted her banned ?
You're assuming that I'm assuming. I make no assumptions and offer no opinions
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Uncle Fester wrote:
eldanielfire wrote:
alliswell wrote:Every time someone famous dies we're snowed under with shit puns and some edgy arsehole posts fhhd but when Boris looks like he's in trouble it's all clappy-clappy, banny-banny. Telling.
Bit of a difference between some puns and good natured dark jokes than wishing someone harm or dead.

I also think in this case the context of the situation is why people are sympathetic, thousands are dying and that includes peoples loved ones.
So boris is a "loved one"?
To his kids, pregnant lover and Openside, yes!
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