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sammael

Adrift
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Tomorrow, 04:51
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Mar 10, 2011
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234
You could regret it.

 

Lydia

What?
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Oct 24, 2011
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362
It would be much better off meeting a stranger, completely out of this world. Than a common inhuman person.
 

C.J_Finn

Active Member
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Today, 10:51
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Oct 23, 2011
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124
Location
Chicago
I don't even trust myself most of the time. I don't see why I would start trusting anyone else anytime soon.
 

EditorOne

Prolific Member
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Mar 24, 2008
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2,697
Location
Northeastern Pennsylvania
What a world to be young in. The range for both good and bad adventures has expanded so much.
 

Enne

Consistently Inconsistent
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May 18, 2009
Messages
499
Location
;)
^More like contracted. Or maybe it's remained exactly the same.
 

Chimera

To inanity and beyond
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Mar 24, 2008
Messages
967
Location
Lake Isle Innisfree
Wait. Meeting Cthulu is supposed to be a warning against that kind of behaviour?
 

Quinault NDN

Redshirt
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Dec 28, 2011
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9
What a world to be young in. The range for both good and bad adventures has expanded so much.
Indeed. Also I tend to think the lack of actual social interaction isn't conductive to learning in person/real life interaction skills either. I am constantly amazed to see people playing on their phones when a real live human being is in front of them.
 

Roran

The Original Nerdy Gangsta
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Apr 12, 2011
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431
Location
North Carolina, USA
Apparently someone didn't RTFM.
 

Auburn

Luftschloss Schöpfer
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Sep 26, 2008
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2,300
It is safer to converse with someone online than it is offline. People in real life have tangible ways to harm you while someone online has no control over you aside from what you give them.

So as long as you're not silly enough to arrange a meeting with an online person without first confirm it's them via video - or giving them your credit card number etc - then I'd argue you're at least as safe if not safer than with a real life person..
 

Reluctantly

Resident disMember
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Mar 14, 2010
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3,138
Let's meet Auburn. We can make a sex tape and sell it to the forum for money. You can trust me; I know what I'm doing. Don't listen to Sammael.
 

HDINTP

Well-Known Member
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Dec 26, 2011
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571
Location
In my own world
Interesting. I don´t belive people whether on-line or in real life. In fact i don´t even belive myself (sometimes).
 

Solitaire U.

Last of the V-8 Interceptors
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"That is the whole idea of this machine, you know. Deterrence is the art of producing in the mind of the enemy...the FEAR to attack. And so, because of the automated and irrevocable decision-making process which rules out human meddling, the Doomsday machine is terrifying and simple to understand... and completely credible and convincing."
 
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