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    Quote Originally Posted by Scooby View Post
    Why do people who get themselves banned from forums become so obsessed with them?


    Haha - that's a belter! Looking from the OUTSIDE in, at 'forbidden fruits'...I can think of plenty who qualify

    The answer to your question is simple:

    Because they suffer from an acute form of 'entitlement syndrome' [the misguided belief that one is 'entitled' to do whatever one likes, and behave in the most crass and intolerably obnoxious way imaginable, without consequences), which is a disease of near-epidemic proportions now in today's 'me first' society - and when the ability to behave that way has been removed from them, they can't cope.

    Couple that with the perpetrators of such almost always qualifying as eternal malcontents/depressives, often with little else in life to 'amuse' them, and a fragile ego continually needing 'stroked' - and the resulting void in their world left from such bans becomes unbearable. They are also unable to accept responsibility for their actions.

    Therefore, they have to create another way of 'being heard', and protest their innocence, subsequently showcasing their bitter resentment towards all whom they consider have 'wronged them', whilst displaying ample evidence of mental instability [and no small degree of delusion], or at best a rather 'abstract' view of reality, for the collective amusement of anyone reading it.

    Normal people (with a life), when they're banned from a forum, simply dry their eyes and get over it, then move on with their lives, as they have plenty else to fill that void. Trouble is, when you don't have much of a life, and are also inflicted with a continual and unhealthy craving for attention, that's easier said than done

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    I like that. I know a few characters that sums up! It's no good going about with a chip on your shoulder all the time.

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    You implying something
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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    I like that. I know a few characters that sums up! It's no good going about with a chip on your shoulder all the time.
    Indeed, but when you thrive on conflict, one feeds the other... Sadly, some folk are only happy when they're angry with someone (or something), and proceed to justify it to themselves that they're entitled to feel that way!

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    Are all hi fi enthusiasts mantos.....discuss!

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    It's no good going about with a chip on your shoulder all the time.
    Quite a fritteful situation, indeed. Have to agree with Marco's psychological analysis of the great unwashed younger generation; well, a fair proportion at least. I blame social networking, or whatever it's called.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wee tee cee View Post
    Are all hi fi enthusiasts mantos.....discuss!
    What's a 'manto'? If it's something you port, it's a 'manteau'.

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    Marco.....translation service please!

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    would most hi fi enthusiasts get passed around more than a scud mag in the jail....discuss!

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    Am in ban territory yet?

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