Is cyberbullying strictly a teenage p...

Is cyberbullying strictly a teenage problem?

Created by flbadcatowner on Jun 6, 2013

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yes

no - Look what goes on in Offbeat

“Maiden of Mayhem”

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#148 Jun 13, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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no
Just wait until I snow your a$$ and tornado your face. WEATHER FIGHT!!!!!!!

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#149 Jun 13, 2013
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>Maybe that explains your inability to get genders straight.
Maybe that explains your fascination with transgenders, right Glenda?

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#150 Jun 13, 2013
victoria1 wrote:
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Just wait until I snow your a$$ and tornado your face. WEATHER FIGHT!!!!!!!
***milwaukee69 putting on Mike Seidel leather jacket, puts up collar***

"Ja' want me to go all El Niño on your a$$?"
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#151 Jun 13, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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Maybe that explains your fascination with transgenders, right Glenda?
It's Gladys.
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#152 Jun 13, 2013
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>I am always there to swat them in the head. Maybe that explains your inability to get genders straight.
We thought you were abandoning this profile and stepping into your super secret one? You threw us for a loop, buddy!!!!

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#153 Jun 13, 2013
Auto Correct wrote:
<quoted text>It's Gladys.
Wrong, it's Glenda.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glen_or_Glenda
Good Troll of the North

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#154 Jun 13, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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Wrong, it's Glenda.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glen_or_Glenda
OK, OK, you don't have to get huffy about it! Do you think he wears lady's clothing?

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#156 Jun 13, 2013
Good Troll of the North wrote:
<quoted text>OK, OK, you don't have to get huffy about it! Do you think he wears lady's clothing?
Lol...or Gladys.

He certainly seems like he's more comfortable in one of his Mom's housecoats.

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#157 Jun 13, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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Actually they aren't two seperate clauses when they share a common subject. There should be no comma after the word "and."
And you did...
"The last English lesson he tried to give me was an embarrassment to him."
Wrong! That is only true is the independent clauses are brief such as this example: The baserunner slid and he was out. Every sight I have checked out about it does not make a blanket exception for related independent clauses regardless of length.

“Maiden of Mayhem”

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#158 Jun 13, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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***milwaukee69 putting on Mike Seidel leather jacket, puts up collar***
"Ja' want me to go all El Niño on your a$$?"
Watch it buddy or you'll get a good hurricaning.

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#159 Jun 13, 2013
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>Wrong! That is only true is the independent clauses are brief such as this example: The baserunner slid and he was out. Every sight I have checked out about it does not make a blanket exception for related independent clauses regardless of length.
It was right out of your link, asshat.

Sometimes when you pretend to be cyber-knowledgable, you need to actually read the entire link first before posting it.

That's 5th grade English, dumbass.

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#160 Jun 13, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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Lol...or Gladys.
He certainly seems like he's more comfortable in one of his Mom's housecoats.
Perhaps I need to take a break from posting here. That way, I won't encourage any more of your gender insult nonsense. I could respond in kind by accusing you of being feminine, but I refuse to bring myself down to your level. I also, unlike you, refuse to make myself look foolish with that line of posting.

65007noogard

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#161 Jun 13, 2013
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>Perhaps I need to take a break from posting here. That way, I won't encourage any more of your gender insult nonsense. I could respond in kind by accusing you of being feminine, but I refuse to bring myself down to your level. I also, unlike you, refuse to make myself look foolish with that line of posting.
As opposed to making yourself look foolish with your other line of insults?

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#162 Jun 13, 2013
No.
http://blog.chron.com/narcoconfidential/2013/...

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#163 Jun 13, 2013
Yeah, your alter-ego took a break from posting here also. Maybe the two of you can take a short cyber-vacation to the Dominican Republic.

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#164 Jun 13, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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It was right out of your link, asshat.
Sometimes when you pretend to be cyber-knowledgable, you need to actually read the entire link first before posting it.
That's 5th grade English, dumbass.
I have provided links to support my position. Let's see you support yours with a link.

http://www.grammarly.com/answers/questions/78...
from the above link: The Chicago Manual of Style (16th edition, 2010 -- at section 6.28) tells us "when independent clauses are joined by and, but, or, so, yet, or any other conjunction, a comma usually recedes the conjunction. If the clauses are very short and closely connected, the comma may be omitted unless the clauses are part of a series. These recommendations apply equally to imperative sentences, in which the subject (you) is omitted but understood."





http://www.punctuationmadesimple.com/PMSComma...
from above link: Note: Some writers will omit the comma if the clauses are short and balanced.

She stumbled but he fell.(Although stylistically acceptable, an English teacher may not approve.)

The two links show that a comma doesn't need to be used in certain circumstances, but it is never wrong to do so in those limited circumstances to use a comma. You misquoted another one of my posts, as usual. I am waiting for a link and not a song and dance. You will never find a link that backs up your position. One simply doesn't exist. How does shoe leather and crow taste?

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#165 Jun 13, 2013
65007noogard wrote:
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As opposed to making yourself look foolish with your other line of insults?
Speak for yourself!

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#166 Jun 13, 2013
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>I have provided links to support my position. Let's see you support yours with a link.
http://www.grammarly.com/answers/questions/78...
from the above link: The Chicago Manual of Style (16th edition, 2010 -- at section 6.28) tells us "when independent clauses are joined by and, but, or, so, yet, or any other conjunction, a comma usually recedes the conjunction. If the clauses are very short and closely connected, the comma may be omitted unless the clauses are part of a series. These recommendations apply equally to imperative sentences, in which the subject (you) is omitted but understood."
http://www.punctuationmadesimple.com/PMSComma...
from above link: Note: Some writers will omit the comma if the clauses are short and balanced.
She stumbled but he fell.(Although stylistically acceptable, an English teacher may not approve.)
The two links show that a comma doesn't need to be used in certain circumstances, but it is never wrong to do so in those limited circumstances to use a comma. You misquoted another one of my posts, as usual. I am waiting for a link and not a song and dance. You will never find a link that backs up your position. One simply doesn't exist. How does shoe leather and crow taste?
Thanks for proving my point. There should not be a comma separating two clauses that share a common subject. Your comma usage was in error.

http://www2.ivcc.edu/rambo/eng1001/commas.htm

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#167 Jun 13, 2013
comma comma comma comma chameleon....

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#168 Jun 13, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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Thanks for proving my point. There should not be a comma separating two clauses that share a common subject. Your comma usage was in error.
http://www2.ivcc.edu/rambo/eng1001/commas.htm
Wrong again! My sentence consisted of two independent clauses joined by a conjunction, both with subjects and predicates and the conjunction "and" in between. The exception in point 5 of your link only involves where the second clause lacks a subject which was not the case in my post. Your own link stated that a comma was to be used in such a case in point 5. Sorry, better luck next time.

http://www2.ivcc.edu/rambo/eng1001/commas.htm

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