Sites you don't like (or with parts you just don't like)

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How do you get along with most of the NTs you know?
They LOVE it when I'm around 5%  5%  [ 2 ]
They LOVE it when I'm around 5%  5%  [ 2 ]
They can't stand me 3%  3%  [ 1 ]
They can't stand me 3%  3%  [ 1 ]
I'm completely invisible to them! 5%  5%  [ 2 ]
I'm completely invisible to them! 5%  5%  [ 2 ]
What are NTs? 8%  8%  [ 3 ]
What are NTs? 8%  8%  [ 3 ]
I don't know any NTs. 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
I don't know any NTs. 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
They like me, but they don't understand me very well 23%  23%  [ 9 ]
They like me, but they don't understand me very well 23%  23%  [ 9 ]
I am an NT 8%  8%  [ 3 ]
I am an NT 8%  8%  [ 3 ]
Total votes : 40

Mich
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07 Jul 2004, 1:01 pm

This topic's for listing websites you've had problems with (not THIS PAGE CANNOT BE DISPLAYED problems but just things you don't like or are fed up with. Here are sites I've had problems with (and I've written the problems out):

Nick.com-- I like Nickelodeon, but NOT their website. I've had more problems with it than in all other websites combined! (All right. I'm exaggerating a bit.) The problems all revolved around the message boards and being "off-topic" on them and around how NICKMyst (who took all the fanfictions off one board permanently and refused to allow posts about old moderators), NICKBeckie (Kind of hard to explain.), and NICKzoedog (who wouldn't post 75% of my messages for NO good reason at all [even though I didn't swear, I didn't post personal info, I tried not to be off-topic] and just plain hated my guts to the point when I just left). If you're wondering who they were, they were all bots. Now, it's been 6 months and 6 days since when I left there.

Headbone-- It was a good website at the start, but the chatroom was run by bots who, then again, hated my guts. One time, a bot got mad at me for no reason. I got upset and I was going to call the bot a dork, but I didn't want it to e-mail my parents (that's what the bots did). So I just said I had to leave the chat for "personal reasons." You know what it did? It deleted my message because it thought it was "personal information," when it wasn't. I just didn't want to insult it! Another time in the Headbone chat, another person in there kept whispering to me. I got annoyed! So I told him that he was annoying. He told me that I should get out since I was mean! I wasn't being mean, I was fed up with the boy! Then the bot told me to stop being mean to the boy! Again, I wasn't being mean, I was getting annoyed! So I went into another chatroom there. The bot sent me another message. So then I went into another chatroom and I wrote something about how the bot and the boy were ganging up on me. I didn't swear, but the bot gave me a "swarning." (A "swarning" is a warning you get when the bot thinks you swear. But I didn't!) So afterwards, I left, never to return to Headbone or "Ick.com."

I think the reason why that happened was because my NT+bot formula was true. Here it is:

NTs+bots=not a good place for aspies to be!

But here's another formula:

NTs-aspies=negative number/# of aspies># of NTs/aspie moderators=good website for aspies!

What websites can't you stand? Why? Post about it here.

:!: Mich :?:



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08 Jul 2004, 5:58 am

Cartoon Network.com: Damned. Ever since they had those PowerPlay games, they took away the most popular games and make them into better games, but then they scam ya with a free trial and a buying thing, so they can get bucks. "To the Eds-Treme!!" Was my favorite game, but it got turned into PP games. Also, the worst thing about PP games: They aren't for macintoshes! I have a mac, and now, I'm real angry at CN. A few months ago, they mentioned this, and said that damned "Sorry, but you are a mac user, and we don't have this ready for you" thing. It's been damned long with that message, and I don't see a mac version for ANYTHING! It's like my favorite station's website is trying to boycott macs or something.



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13 Jul 2004, 5:54 pm

http://fmc.sighko.com, some guy that I asked to help me out decided to try to run off with my website, MY art!

Just go get an old P2 233 with windows 98...Macs aren't gaming machines.



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15 Jul 2004, 4:29 pm

Tony Attwood's site, Tony Attwood.com or whatever it its. I normally use mozilla as a browser and it just crashes whenever I try to visit that site.



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17 Jul 2004, 10:19 am

Maybe you should enable Debug menu in Safari and configure that websites see your browser as IE for win, it should help.



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17 Jul 2004, 4:55 pm

Websites that only use flash, and annoying flash ads. btw i use mozilla with no flash installed :D and the tony attwood site uses Java if you have it off it will not work or maybe be buggy as hell if it does work. that all so is something i find very annoying :x Have they not heard of plain html ?



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17 Jul 2004, 5:43 pm

(TO Bruno, as well) Sorry but I'm a rather dated OS 9 user. Will probably be buying a new computer in the next 12 months.

The problems are generally java related with mozilla, but I've fiddled around with all the java settings and it still doesn't work on java heavy sites like yahoo games or tonyattwood.com. I just run 2 browsers (explorer is the other) to get to sites mozilla has a problem with.



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07 Aug 2004, 5:04 pm

I HATE ICK.COM!! !!
In case you're wondering what Ick.com is, it's my name for Nickelodeon's website which had lame games, a "Web Lab" section with comics that required little "games" to make them fun (since they weren't really), and most of all, perhaps the nastiest message boards on the World Wide Web. Not nasty because of messed-up pages, frequent vulgar/offensive/swear words, and flaming like crazy, but nasty because of the strict rules and the amount of time it took for posts to show up, which was usually about 24 hours. Here's my evaluation of the rules that I remember:

:arrow: Stay on topic. Too strict, since the so-called "moderators" that everybody (with the exception of me) worshipped unrealisticly looked over every single post no matter what.
:arrow: No offensive language. That, I agreed with.
:arrow: No personal information. Too strict, even though I don't like to give out personal information anyway. Probably because I was half-brainwashed by those Ick.com moderators.
:arrow: No links to other websites. Lousy rule. "No links to porn" would be a LOT nicer, because there would still be a limit on the sites you can post links to, but you could STILL post links. After all, they had a 6,000-character limit per post, and you can't explain all about something in 6,000 characters. Besides, it took too long for stuff to get posted. And, if you spent, like, 30 minutes working on something, it would be "invalid."

The list goes on, onto more complicated rules. Ones like "no writing about NICKBird (an old moderator)" and "no fanfictions." Lame ones like those that might as well be added to a Loony Laws webpage. In case you're wondering, once I posted a message that showed my point of view on NICKMyst (a lousy excuse for a moderator) and her evil ways. She released it and then had a boy by the nickname of Justtoast (or something like that) to call me an immature little baby. Then 2 or 3 people came along and agreed with him. I demanded the topic be deleted! That experience showed me how easily a person can be brainwashed, especially over the internet.

That's enough for now. Bye!


:!: Mich :?:



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07 Aug 2004, 11:14 pm

I basicially hate websites that advertise themselve on practically half the internet, like http://www.monster.com, and those sites that provide/promote bulk email (spam).

The sites that I like are typically the informative websites, espicially sites related to computers. I also like search engines such as http://www.google.com.