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The Asomatic Ethical Dilemma.
« on: November 13, 2014, 05:05:59 PM »
Not too long ago someone forwarded me personal data on two prominent posters of this forum, both of whom I have been guilty of entertaining in a rather nefarious fashion.
The information would qualify for unpleasant exposures if I were to post it here.
There is everything from their real names, phone numbers, family members, police records (!), home addresses, private pictures etc. 
All things they have made an effort into keeping hidden... And understandably so.
There is no need for me to name who they are since most reading this can image without difficulty their online identity, and more importantly they themselves know who they are.
Particularly from how I have approached them lately.

Now to my dilemma:
One part of me wouldn't mind sharing this information for all to see since they both practically beg for it to happen.
The other part of me realizes that it would only cause them emotional harm and greatly upset their spirits.
But I would like something good to come from this and that is why I am writing this post.
Time will tell what will happen but I shall make an effort into being a little more humble and positive myself. It is so spiritually restrictive being negative.

Peace from Dayton.

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Re: The Asomatic Ethical Dilemma.
« Reply #1 on: November 13, 2014, 05:32:51 PM »
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Re: The Asomatic Ethical Dilemma.
« Reply #2 on: November 13, 2014, 06:12:30 PM »

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Re: The Asomatic Ethical Dilemma.
« Reply #3 on: November 14, 2014, 02:30:20 AM »
Not too long ago someone forwarded me personal data on two prominent posters of this forum, both of whom I have been guilty of entertaining in a rather nefarious fashion.
The information would qualify for unpleasant exposures if I were to post it here.
There is everything from their real names, phone numbers, family members, police records (!), home addresses, private pictures etc. 
All things they have made an effort into keeping hidden... And understandably so.
There is no need for me to name who they are since most reading this can image without difficulty their online identity, and more importantly they themselves know who they are.
Particularly from how I have approached them lately.

Now to my dilemma:
One part of me wouldn't mind sharing this information for all to see since they both practically beg for it to happen.
The other part of me realizes that it would only cause them emotional harm and greatly upset their spirits.
But I would like something good to come from this and that is why I am writing this post.
Time will tell what will happen but I shall make an effort into being a little more humble and positive myself. It is so spiritually restrictive being negative.

Peace from Dayton.

Heinz

With all the sophistication we have come to expect from Lord Heinz, props...

...on the real homie I think in the case of Hack he has provided so much commentary on the personal lives of others while remaining hidden behind a computer.  Is that fair?  So I can understand the side of you that feels it would be justice to go ahead and post something.  Maybe if there was a way to do it in the good taste and class that we have come to expect from Lord Heinz.

...at the same time there is a stream of positivity flowing at the forum of late, and it would be unfortunate for that to be disrupted.  Hack himself has shown some good vibes here, and even at his worst he was keeping the forum alive and keeping the cipher spinning while others like myself were away. 

So I understand the dilemna and respect your decision either way.  That's my two cents on the matter homie, peace, and props on your movement towards spiritual enlightenment!
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Re: The Asomatic Ethical Dilemma.
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Re: The Asomatic Ethical Dilemma.
« Reply #5 on: November 14, 2014, 02:47:36 AM »

...on the real homie I think in the case of Hack he has provided so much commentary on the personal lives of others while remaining hidden behind a computer.  Is that fair?  So I can understand the side of you that feels it would be justice to go ahead and post something.  Maybe if there was a way to do it in the good taste and class that we have come to expect from Lord Heinz.

...at the same time there is a stream of positivity flowing at the forum of late, and it would be unfortunate for that to be disrupted.  Hack himself has shown some good vibes here, and even at his worst he was keeping the forum alive and keeping the cipher spinning while others like myself were away. 

So I understand the dilemna and respect your decision either way.  That's my two cents on the matter homie, peace, and props on your movement towards spiritual enlightenment!

Thanks for your insight Infinite.

I won't post "Hacks" personal info. Every man has the right to privacy.
I do hope he will contribute to this thread and perhaps change his negative ways in the future.
My days of trolling him are finished and I will do my best at treating him respectfully from now on.
 

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Re: The Asomatic Ethical Dilemma.
« Reply #6 on: November 17, 2014, 10:08:19 AM »

...on the real homie I think in the case of Hack he has provided so much commentary on the personal lives of others while remaining hidden behind a computer.  Is that fair?  So I can understand the side of you that feels it would be justice to go ahead and post something.  Maybe if there was a way to do it in the good taste and class that we have come to expect from Lord Heinz.

...at the same time there is a stream of positivity flowing at the forum of late, and it would be unfortunate for that to be disrupted.  Hack himself has shown some good vibes here, and even at his worst he was keeping the forum alive and keeping the cipher spinning while others like myself were away. 

So I understand the dilemna and respect your decision either way.  That's my two cents on the matter homie, peace, and props on your movement towards spiritual enlightenment!

Thanks for your insight Infinite.

I won't post "Hacks" personal info. Every man has the right to privacy.
I do hope he will contribute to this thread and perhaps change his negative ways in the future.
My days of trolling him are finished and I will do my best at treating him respectfully from now on.
salute bro !
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Re: The Asomatic Ethical Dilemma.
« Reply #7 on: November 17, 2014, 03:52:17 PM »

...on the real homie I think in the case of Hack he has provided so much commentary on the personal lives of others while remaining hidden behind a computer.  Is that fair?  So I can understand the side of you that feels it would be justice to go ahead and post something.  Maybe if there was a way to do it in the good taste and class that we have come to expect from Lord Heinz.

...at the same time there is a stream of positivity flowing at the forum of late, and it would be unfortunate for that to be disrupted.  Hack himself has shown some good vibes here, and even at his worst he was keeping the forum alive and keeping the cipher spinning while others like myself were away. 

So I understand the dilemna and respect your decision either way.  That's my two cents on the matter homie, peace, and props on your movement towards spiritual enlightenment!

Thanks for your insight Infinite.

I won't post "Hacks" personal info. Every man has the right to privacy.
I do hope he will contribute to this thread and perhaps change his negative ways in the future.
My days of trolling him are finished and I will do my best at treating him respectfully from now on.

fuck it, ill do it


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Re: The Asomatic Ethical Dilemma.
« Reply #8 on: November 18, 2014, 03:57:15 AM »

...on the real homie I think in the case of Hack he has provided so much commentary on the personal lives of others while remaining hidden behind a computer.  Is that fair?  So I can understand the side of you that feels it would be justice to go ahead and post something.  Maybe if there was a way to do it in the good taste and class that we have come to expect from Lord Heinz.

...at the same time there is a stream of positivity flowing at the forum of late, and it would be unfortunate for that to be disrupted.  Hack himself has shown some good vibes here, and even at his worst he was keeping the forum alive and keeping the cipher spinning while others like myself were away. 

So I understand the dilemna and respect your decision either way.  That's my two cents on the matter homie, peace, and props on your movement towards spiritual enlightenment!

Thanks for your insight Infinite.

I won't post "Hacks" personal info. Every man has the right to privacy.
I do hope he will contribute to this thread and perhaps change his negative ways in the future.
My days of trolling him are finished and I will do my best at treating him respectfully from now on.
salute bro !

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Re: The Asomatic Ethical Dilemma.
« Reply #9 on: December 06, 2014, 04:13:51 PM »
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Re: The Asomatic Ethical Dilemma.
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Re: The Asomatic Ethical Dilemma.
« Reply #11 on: December 07, 2014, 01:26:02 AM »
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