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  1. #97

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayelles View Post
    Rashie, I wouldn't bother posting to Tink in German because Tink is almost certainly American :-)
    I'll bet my bottom Euro on that, lol!

    Clumsy try by Tink to sound like a foreigner writing in English :

    http://www.topix.com/forum/news/jonb...6M/p3#lastPost
    [Tinkerbelle]:
    Is Jayelles here? Who these people are?
    I couldn't resist and replied:
    [Rashomon]:
    "Who these people are"? You not speak English good - I see you be from Germany.
    I be from Germany too and my Englsih not good also. I want speak German to you - it is better because both our English is so bad:

    Here goes:

    Hallöchen, du Tussi!
    Du gloobst wohl, wir hier sind alle uf'n Kopp jefallen un merken nich wie du hier versuchst uns für dumm zu verkoofn?
    Wenn de schon bescheißen willst, wa, denn musste 'ne Schippe drufflejen, weil dat wat du hier bringst, dat lockt ja nichmal meine Omma hinterm Ofen hervor. Liebe Jüte, hastes denn imma non nich jemerkt dat es schonne Spatzn vonne Dächer piepen werde bist?
    Tja, de janze Chose wird langsam mega-peenlich for dich, Schätzken.
    Bin schon mal jespannt wiede probierst, aus diesa Numma wieda rooszukomm'n.
    Weeste Mädel, du bringstet eenfach nich. Dafür biste nämlich - 'n Tick zu dämlich.

    Would you please reply back in German slang also, 'Tinkerbelle'!! TIA!!
    I chose slang because it will make it difficult for her to look up the words in a dictionary. It is written in 'street-smart' style, mocking her.
    I'll translate it later because Tinky may lurk here.
    [Jayelles]:
    And Shill wants to know if I'm goodlooking. Well..... I once got disqualified from an Ugly Competition on the grounds that "professionals" weren't allowed but I guess beauty is in the eyes of the beholder
    Don't be so harsh on you, Jay.
    That's what I love so much about humor: the ability not to take oneself too seriously. Most of the Sycamore tag team for example are utterly devoid of any sense of humor and have reported posts by others which were clearly written with a grain of salt.

    Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder, so true. That's what Shill realized when he posted his pic, probably expecting the ladies would go "O là à - what a good-looking guy!"
    Although he wore an elegant shirt and bow-tie, the reactions were a bit, well, "lame".
    LadyFisher even told Shillie point-blank that Burke Ramsey looked far better than him. I don't recall what the discussion was about and why she would compare BR to Shill at all, but that sure was a blow to his ego and shortly afterward he removed his portrait from the forum. Good riddance! If only the skank would choose to remove himself as a poster also ...! :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by rashomon View Post
    I'll bet my bottom Euro on that!, lol!

    Clumsy try by Tink to sound like a foreigner writing in English :

    http://www.topix.com/forum/news/jonb...6M/p3#lastPost

    I couldn't resist and repiled:

    I chose slang because it will make it difficult for her to look up the words in a dictionary. It is written in 'street-smart' style, mocking her.
    I'll translate it later because Tinky may lurk here.

    Don't be so harsh on you, Jay.
    That's what I love so much about humor: the ability not to take oneself too seriously. Most of the Sycamore tag team for example are utterly devoid of any sense of humor and have reported posts by others which were clearly written with a grain of salt.

    Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder, so true. That's what Shill realized when he posted his pic, probably expecting the ladies would go "O là à - what a good-looking guy!"
    Although he wore an elegant shirt and bow-tie, the reactions were a bit, well, "lame" .
    LadyFisher even told Shillie point-blank that Burke Ramsey lookekd far better than him. I don't recall what the discussion was about and why she would compare BR to Shill at all, but that sure was a blow to his ego and shortly afterward he removed his portrait from the forum. Good ridddance! If only he would choose to remove himself as a poster also ...!

    I embrace my ugliness Rashie (no-one else can bring themselves to embrace it )

    Seriously though, all the childish jibes about being ugly etc, are just that - childish jibes. It's pathetic. Ugly is as ugly does. It's back to this mindset which claims that "so and so got me into trouble". That if you got caught doing something and punished, then it's the fault of the person who caught you or reported you.

    I can't wait to see if Tink responds. You were clever to write it in slang. I know enought German to know that you have some very odd phrases which mean something completely different from their literal interpretation and that only a serious German speaker would understand them What was the one about the glue on the chair?
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    Ah, Jayelles, I think you're BOOTIFUL!! What handsome TEETH, too!

    "University of Colorado Law Professor Paul Campos declared the letter a 'reckless exoneration.' He went on to state, 'Everyone knows that relative immunity from criminal conviction is something money can buy.
    Apparently another thing it can buy is an apology for even being suspected of a crime you probably already would have been convicted of committing if you happened to be poor.'"
    FF: WRKJB?

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  4. #100

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayelles View Post

    What kind of people are these?
    They're Ramsey supporters, Jayelles. They've been at these immature games since the beginning, as you know. The RST has taught them all they know about disrupting civil and intellectual debate, which they can't win because...logically, the evidence always has and always will lead to the Ramseys as the culprits in the murder of JonBenet.

    It's always so revealing about WHO believes the Ramseys innocent: those who have no ability to argue the evidence nor accept the weaknesses in the RST propaganda. How else can they prevail? They simply DEMAND that the Ramseys be proclaimed innocent, and Mary Lacy is too happy to oblige. Those of us with the most rudimentary reasoning skills who won't comply with the Ramsey spin bring out the RST tantrums every time. It has ever been so, from what I've seen on the boards, at any rate.

    "University of Colorado Law Professor Paul Campos declared the letter a 'reckless exoneration.' He went on to state, 'Everyone knows that relative immunity from criminal conviction is something money can buy.
    Apparently another thing it can buy is an apology for even being suspected of a crime you probably already would have been convicted of committing if you happened to be poor.'"
    FF: WRKJB?

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    Don't let it bother you, rashomon. If I had a nickel for every time someone thought I was Steve Thomas, I'd be a wealthy man!
    They should all drown in lakes of blood. Now they will know why they are afraid of the dark. Now they will learn why they fear the night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Punisher View Post
    Don't let it bother you, rashomon. If I had a nickel for every time someone thought I was Steve Thomas, I'd be a wealthy man!
    What? You're NOT Steve...?

    "University of Colorado Law Professor Paul Campos declared the letter a 'reckless exoneration.' He went on to state, 'Everyone knows that relative immunity from criminal conviction is something money can buy.
    Apparently another thing it can buy is an apology for even being suspected of a crime you probably already would have been convicted of committing if you happened to be poor.'"
    FF: WRKJB?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayelles View Post
    Rashie, I wouldn't bother posting to Tink in German because Tink is almost certainly American :-)

    And Shill wants to know if I'm goodlooking. Well..... I once got disqualified from an Ugly Competition on the grounds that "professionals" weren't allowed but I guess beauty is in the eyes of the beholder
    Looks more like Shill but I almost did not recognize him if you could turn the horse around though I am all but certain we could agree thats Shill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koldkase View Post
    What? You're NOT Steve...?
    So sorry to disappoint you.
    They should all drown in lakes of blood. Now they will know why they are afraid of the dark. Now they will learn why they fear the night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coloradokares View Post
    Looks more like Shill but I almost did not recognize him if you could turn the horse around though I am all but certain we could agree thats Shill.
    I don't know if Tink is Shill or not. Tinkerbelle's a fairy isn't she? It would be an odd choice of hat for a bloke. OTOH, he is single, and he does hang around internet forums which discuss beauty pageants and little girls' underwear so who knows?

    What is interesting is that the various hats which have gone to Topix to support Athena have chosen to remain anonymous. "Outside Looking In" is hinting that she knows Athena from another forum - not Ramsey - yet she identified me as an "alleged teacher" (I didn't know teaching was an offence LOL!) and made the hint about me being "taylor". Only a very small number of Ramsey posters at Sycamore would be aware that there was a poster there called taylor. taylor was made so unwelcome on the Ramsey forum (poor soul) that he/she didn't hang around for long. So it seems very odd that this loyal non-Ramsey supporter of Athena's would be privy to it.

    Shill said Athena was the most popular poster at CL. Well I don't know about popular, she was certainly one of then most prolific posters there. If the membership list was sorted in descending order ot number of posts, she was up near the top (I can't remember if she was actually at the top, but she was certainly very close). Given the length of time she was a member there, she spent a helluva lot of time posting. She was also a member of other forum and I do recall once wondering how she managed to make so many posts.

    When the reputation system came in, I thought it was a complete farce. At first, it was possible to give someone negative reputation. One RDI poster very quickly had a negative reputation score. I disabled mine after I received negative rep which was anonymous and without comment. Later on, I received negative rep votes from a couple of brand new hats who had obviously been registered for the purpose. Fortunately, votes from new hats had been disabled for this very reason so they didn't count.

    I refused to participate in such a farcical system. I commented on the thread about the new system that I thought if they were going to display a person's reputation level, then they should also display the comments and name of the person making the vote. I felt that would solve the problem of trolls giving negative votes anonymously just to harass someone or as part of the reputation "competition" which seemed to be taking place. We'd soon see whether the rep votes were really worth anything.

    Then it quickly became apparent that there were some forums where voting was more prolific than others. If you made a post in "the Lounge" - simply saying "hi", you'd instantly be inundated with about a twenty positive rep votes.

    I had such a laugh watching certain IDI posters cotton on to this and suddenly take up residence in the Lounge to boost their rep scores.

    New members would make one post introducing themselves and within an hour, be on high reputation scores. It was a complete joke. I refused to vote at all at first but although I had my rep score turned off (i.e. invisible) I was still able to receive reputation points and my score steadily increased. I was happy to receive the comments, the score meant nothing and I continued to argue in the admin area that the points were meaningless on their own.

    The IDIs abused the system to their own advantage - without any doubt. I watched one morning as Shill made a nasty post and like magic, his rep score increased right before my eyes. There was only one other poster online at the time - one of his buddies. And they would often say to each other "I'd like to give you rep points but the system won't let me right now..." That was because the system doesn't let you give rep points to the same person twice in a row. You have to "spread the reputation around" and vote for some different people before it will let you come back and vote again for the same person. Some of the IDI posters just stayed in the Lounge and gathered votes for postingthings like "I love your avatar!" or "LOL". It was extraordinary. One IDI never came back and she worked the Lounge until she was on the first page of members sorted by rep.

    OTOH, I took the time to help an IDI poster with a forum feature she didn't understand. Several posts back and forward and I got her sorted out. Did she give me positive rep? Did she hang. However, when a few weeks later I posted that I thought she was mistaken about something, she quickly gave me a negative vote. Speaks to character IMO.

    I only received positive rep from RDIs when I've made a lengthy post perhaps with links etc. They seemd more interested in discussing the case than in gathering points and boosting the reps of their buddies. Nor did any of them take to the Lounge where you could make an easy bookst to your score just by saying "hi" to the other rep collectors!

    I did receive positive rep from a couple of IDIs - one was a rep collector and the other wasn't. Not all IDIs were rep collectors. In fairness, I don't think Tipper was.

    I'm glad that my forum friends didn't get silly with the rep system. I really wish the comments could be displayed to show this. I also think it would have been great to expose who was giving the negative and anonymous rep points and silly pointless high-five rep votes because I think there would have been a few red IDI faces.

    So I guess the bottom line is that the rep system isn't worth a "hill of beans"
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    Plakat translates as poster. However, I think you will understand it as something which you pin to the wall perhaps with a picture of Robbie Williams on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayelles View Post
    Plakat translates as poster. However, I think you will understand it as something which you pin to the wall perhaps with a picture of Robbie Williams on it.
    Ahahaaaaa - now I get it!! Priceless!! The writer of that abysmal 'German' letter typed in the English word 'poster' and the translation machine gave her the German word 'Plakat' which means what you described.
    That automatic translation text (# 67) is so horrible that is mostly impossible to figure out what it means, so I asked 'Nice try' to translate it back into English for me.
    Then one she posted in # 71 is correct German though, probably a copy from a newspaper article.
    She asked me to translate it and I replied I will after she has translated her 'German' post to me back into English. For I asked her first.

    http://www.topix.com/forum/news/jonb...AGEK51BU86M/p4

    (Athena btw knows I'm a native speaker of German since she once asked me to translate part of a German TV documentary into English for her).

    But that plays no role. For she and her buddies merely want to to create confusion by 'casting doubt' on others to deflect the attention from what Athena did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rashomon View Post
    Ahahaaaaa - now I get it!! Priceless!! The writer of that abysmal 'German' letter typed in the English word 'poster' and the translation machine gave her the German word 'Plakat' which means what you described.
    That automatic translation text (# 67) is so horrible that is mostly impossible to figure out what it means, so I asked Nice Try to translate it back into English for me.
    Then one she posted in # 71 is correct German though, probably a copy from a newspaper article.
    She asked me to translate it and I replied I will after she has translated her 'German' post to me back into English. For I asked her first.

    http://www.topix.com/forum/news/jonb...AGEK51BU86M/p4

    (Athena btw knows I'm a native speaker of German since she once asked me to translate part of a German TV documentary into English for her).

    But that plays no role. For she and her buddies merely want to to create confusion by 'casting doubt' on others to deflect the attention from what Athena did.

    You are correct Rashie - it's all smoke and mirrors. I have reached the conclusion that this particular bunch of IDI posters are incapable of playing anything straight. The fact that they change hats, make anonymous posts, use anonymous proxy servers, lie (there have been a few rather amusing lies over the years) and then play endless games tells me that they aren't really interested in finding justice for JonBenet. This is all about them.

    Here is the source for Nice try's impeccable German:-

    http://www.carl-auer.de/blog/simon/jonbenet-ramsey/

    At least the RDI posters are open and sincere - even if I don't agree with them on many things. Comparing the RDIs with IDis is like comparing open combat with terrorism.
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