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    NaturalFarmer Well-Known Member

    "If you want to kill a big dream, tell it to a small minded person." -Steve Harvey
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    Venus55 Well-Known Member

    To me, the thing that is worse than death is betrayal. You see, I could conceive death, but I could not conceive betrayal.

    ~Malcolm X

    F&N Member

    hi pot, meet kettle.

    Venus55 Well-Known Member

    There’s more intelligence in the world than there is common sense.

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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    i am concerned about a dramatic drop in both recently
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    gearshift Well-Known Member

    "Never pass up a chance to pee and never, ever, never trust a FART.

    "Didn't I just tell you to never, ever, never trust a FART"

    "I am Sir Cornholely-o. I need TP for my buttholely-o."
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    nuhuh...that was BEAVIS....Butthead is the brown haired one with the teeth
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    Venus55 Well-Known Member

    “The Reality Of Having An Online Stalker”

    “Cyberstalking involves a disturbed obsession with a target, and a perverse desire to control that target. Cyberstalkers want to force the target into some kind of submission, and are willing to solicit involvement of other people online who do not even know the target to achieve that disturbed result. A stalker poses a threat to everyone the victim knows. Stalkers are willing to hurt anyone they view as a threat to their own dominance. They are imbalanced individuals.

    Cyberstalkers harass and follow their victims using a variety of techniques. These include stealing and posting personal images, hacking into accounts and emails to blackmail their victims, threatening to post crude or damaging information or images, false accusations, defamation, slander , libel and the gathering information that may be used to threaten, embarrass or harass.

    Cyberstalking is often accompanied by realtime, offline stalking. In most states both are criminal offenses. Both are motivated by a desire to control, intimidate or influence a victim. A stalker may be an online stranger or a person whom the target knows.

    Mental profiling of digital criminals has identified psychological and social factors that motivate stalkers such as: envy; pathological obsession; unemployment or failure with own life; intention to intimidate and cause others to feel inferior; the stalker is delusional and believes he "knows" the target; the stalker wants to instill fear in a person to justify his status; the belief they can get away with it (anonymity); revenge over perceived or imagined rejection. Profiling also shows a high incident of personality disorders such as borderline personality disorder and a variety of other common diagnoses including psychotic disorders; narcissistic personality disorder; a substance use disorder; and delusional disorders such as erotomania—a belief that another person is in love with you. Other studies have found that anger and insecurity, often stemming from childhood, are also common among stalkers, as is impulsiveness.

    Once a stalker has established contact with his victim, he builds up a basic level of trust to exploit his target. Stalkers prey on your politeness. If you don’t answer their innocuous questions, suddenly you become a bitch. And they’ll tell you that right away. They’ll try to make you feel guilty or insensitive for hesitating to answer invasive questions, so eventually u do, even tho u know better.

    Stalkers play the “rough around the edges” defense all the time. They present an invasion of someone’s boundaries as social awkwardness. Underneath all that, they’re much more adept than we give them credit for. Maybe they’re not suave or charming, but they know how to manipulate.

    Stalkers lie to everyone, especially themselves. Stalkers blame their victims for leading them on. They accuse us of sending secret messages to them. Taunting them. Conspiring against them. They tell themselves that deep down we love them. If only we’d give them a chance…

    Meanwhile, they do everything they can to turn our worlds upside down. Prey on our habits, our friends, the places we feel safe. They’re some of the worst people on earth, and they don’t deserve a crumb of pity.

    Victims of stalking receive a typical form of shame and blame from haters. Their logic — posting selfies and blogging somehow makes us responsible for the behavior of others. “Well, if you didn’t post so many selfies, you wouldn’t have this problem.” And so on. Obviously I could deactivate all of my social media. Stop blogging. Wear a veil and move to the mountains.”

    It's hard to convey how I feel. Everyone thinks it's about being frightened and being frightened is a fleeting thing. But it's the pressure of the constant terror. It's like a constant shadow that hangs over you, a constant weight bearing down on your shoulders. And what makes it worse is not telling the people around u. The endless suffering in silence I endured for so long. It affected my everyday life, my moods, my ability to mother, my relationship; I ceased to function as I normally would in day to day living. My SO had repeatedly warned me about befriending an online stranger but I assured him there was nothing to be concerned about. Ive never been so wrong in my life.

    After receiving yet another bout of hateful and threatening msgs that detailed fantasies of how he would “catch me slipping”; and how he would rape me with my 4yo son made to watch on and finally how he planned to kill us both and then himself. - That was my breaking point. I couldn’t do this on my own anymore. I was in a constant state anxiety and deep depression. I felt so guilty, so responsible. My gross lack of judgement had put my family at serious risk of physical harm. I finally confessed to my SO what had been going on since Nov. 2017. That was the first time I’d exhaled in 8 months, and fuck it felt good!

    ...and that is my motivation for making this post. No more cowering in the corner hiding from a miserable creature that considers himself some kind of man. He is nothing more than a perpetual predator lurking in the shadows of morbid insecurity and mental illness; preying on the personal information and privacy of others.

    His identity may remain anonymous but his motives are exposed.

    Cyberstalking is a criminal offense under various state anti-stalking, slander and harassment laws. A conviction can result in a restraining order, probation, or criminal penalties against the assailant, including jail.”

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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member


    you two are like characters that got cut from a bad soap....no one gives a fuck about your drama except the two of you...so get a private room and stalk each other ......
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