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  • #1198261
    joshd96320
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    @Tank Girl 324276 wrote:

    theyre is a saying ‘great minds think alike – dummies never differ’

    which one am I thinking off?? :laugh_at::laugh_at:

    that was mean mummy ๐Ÿ™

    you heard this saying?

    “tank girl has a big wang”

    yehthatswhatithought
    ๐Ÿ˜›

    #1198237
    Tank Girl
    Participant
    joshd96320;324306 wrote:
    “tank girl has a big wang”

    you heard about my upcoming op then?:wink:

    #1198262
    joshd96320
    Participant

    BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAH

    heard about it?

    im the surgeon…

    #1198238
    Tank Girl
    Participant

    mmmmm,

    I’m now scared :hopeless:

    #1198263
    joshd96320
    Participant

    have no fear darling, im very skilled with my tools…

    #1198243
    MisterDuck
    Participant

    bite me big boy

    #1198264
    joshd96320
    Participant

    06676401.jpg

    #1198258
    p0ly
    Participant
    Tank Girl;324308 wrote:
    you heard about my upcoming op then?:wink:

    :laugh_at::laugh_at:

    #1198239
    HM300
    Participant

    I often read sj mainly as i try to help people out in the vehicle help section and as i 97%of the time get sound advice in the computer section advice from the likes of Richy Freeway etc,but the mud is a laugh to read once you have filtered out the trolls,reposts etc.
    Don’t you find this place a lil “fluffy”sometimes?:crazy_diz

    Video avatars are cool tho :bounce_fl

    #1198267
    dougmelv
    Participant

    although i’m new to this i think the difference between PV and SJ is one of mentality.
    PV seems to have a core of good people who know a bit about each other and are polite and respectful and don’t engage as freely in offensive exchanges or respond to childish posts in a childish way. I think the moderators play a very importaint role too keeping it civil and giving advise about appropriate threads of conversation.
    Suffice to say like mind people tend to seek company together and it is reasonable to assume that if the ‘wrong’ kind of poster was eather fed (as a troll) or found a small network of reinforcement within the PV forum and/or was tollerated by the moderators and members they would quite happily post shit here all day long.

    #1198247
    erial-Thrilla
    Participant

    I tried signing up for SJ because a couple of my friends did and i never got the confirmation email so couldn’t actually post anything. Even when i asked them to resend the confirmation email about 3 or 4 times i got nothing so i gave up. After reading through the sight i decided it was probably a good thing anyway. Everyone seemed a bit up themselves and i saw them having a go at people for liking certain types of music.

    #1198229
    General Lighting
    Moderator
    $erial-Thrilla;325487 wrote:
    Everyone seemed a bit up themselves and i saw them having a go at people for liking certain types of music.

    although I’ve only been in this region for 3 years some mates of mine we probably both know told me that they have seen all them lads what slag off hardstyle and Norfolk parties (i.e their own local scene) on SJ jumping around in the stack :laugh_at:

    I wouldn’t say this place is that fluffy as it does openly discuss both the good and bad aspects of raving – and TBH it might be better to at least try and make raves look a bit “fluffy” than people bigging up negativity and violence like what happens on other forums/networks (not even just SJ) – without the “fluffy” bit there’s no reason for the rest of society to let either unlicensed or legal raves happen!

    If the scene genuinely was a bit more positive we’d still be having decent raves in our region without people having to sacrifice their rigs and get into crime to fund them..

    #1198240
    HM300
    Participant
    $erial-Thrilla;325487 wrote:
    I tried signing up for SJ because a couple of my friends did and i never got the confirmation email

    Richy is usually very on the ball with this,if it isnt automated anyway.Did you check your junk folder?Might be worth remembering for future reference when signing up to stuff.:weee:

    #1198230
    General Lighting
    Moderator
    HM300;325550 wrote:
    Richy is usually very on the ball with this,if it isnt automated anyway.Did you check your junk folder?Might be worth remembering for future reference when signing up to stuff.:weee:

    people get caught out with this here as well, and then wonder why they can’t get any MP3s…

    #1198244
    MisterDuck
    Participant

    i don’t even see why there is a rivalry

    and unfortunately PV can be very closed minded and bias about the people on SJ, “rude wankers” and “full o arrogant ket heads” all these comments come from PV members about SJ

    some SJ members call partyvibe fluffy and fassy and hippy but tbh i’ve heard more stronger dislike coming from some of our members

    both have their place and they are not mutually exclusive!

    #1198231
    General Lighting
    Moderator

    there was no real rivalry between PV and SJ or Dirtycircus until 2005 or so when a handful of trolls started targeting both sites, and got annoyed because they weren’t tolerated here so they talked up the rivalry. There are good people on SJ, I know many in real life; but they have increasingly been drowned out by a few muppets. Just like what happened on the free party scene in the south of England in real life.

    That said, some ravers were so paranoid about the very concept of moderators that many refused to use this site as long ago as 2002/03 – simply because there were moderators – the irony was that although our names came up in red we actually had no edit/admin functions until about 2004 and it was very rare for any mods to intervene! We even had unregisted guest posting until 2005 (as did SJ), until the trolls destroyed that freedom as well.

    We are so fucking lucky as it is that in Britain we are even allowed to host forums openly talking about drugs, sex, unlawful/illegal activities etc without everyone being stalked to fuck by feds or the site being closed down…

    #1198265
    joshd96320
    Participant

    i thought this site was hosted in america?

    #1198232
    General Lighting
    Moderator

    the “free speech” laws in the USA are similar to the UK (although potentially more stringent for US citizens).

    The laws regarding websites are not 100% clear-cut, and it can be argued by the legal eagles that irrespective wherever the site is hosted, the majority of the community here are from Britain and the EU, and should therefore be answerable to UK law, particularly if their discussions mostly relate to real life activities and incidents in the UK.

    #1198266
    joshd96320
    Participant

    oh i see =)

    mind u i couldnt see feds breaking into / closing down websites about drugs when its not exactly a ring of dealers discussing is it.. its not economical

    they go for high priority sites such as ones dealers lurk on i imagine?

    #1198233
    General Lighting
    Moderator
    joshd96320;325613 wrote:
    oh i see =)

    mind u i couldnt see feds breaking into / closing down websites about drugs when its not exactly a ring of dealers discussing is it.. its not economical

    they go for high priority sites such as ones dealers lurk on i imagine?

    cops (even in harsher countries) don’t always close websites as can they provide a valuable intelligence source – but use the info gleaned from them to monitor and bust people.

    there was once a point where all rave forums could get away with posting up names of rigs and crew, pics of parties, partylines and even rough locations without getting any grief off the cops – but by 2004/5 they were using all of this in evidence against people…

    #1198254
    Dom_sufc
    Participant

    I like both.

    Each has it’s own characteristic that appeals to me in one way or another.

    Each side has decent members, people I’ve met (on both forums). The only difference is the humour on Squatjuice. It can be dark at times and to the untrained eye quite offensive, although 99% of the times the jokes mean nothing and should be treated lightly. i’ve always been a big believer in a joke being a joke. Of course the boundary is when someone is seriously taking offence, or being particularly targeted in which time it breaks one’s own respect for other people.

    There are alot of tossers on SJ. However there are alot of users too. There are some people who don’t post as often that are just as sound as some of the bigger posters.

    I think the main problem is how briefly people use the place then judge it. I’ve used it alot now and have a pretty good Idea of most regulars on there and can mostly tell a tosser from gooden. You just learn to ignore some people, often I just miss some people’s threads alltogther. Once you learn who to take offence too, and who to ignore, then you can filter it out and have an interesting read.

    #1198227
    Anonymous

    Thanks for all the feedback everyone well interesting, i’ll stick with PV (not that I was considering moving) but thats largly because I find people talk far less bollocks on here (im not sure i really get SJ humor) and seem more friendly. ๐Ÿ™‚

    though I do feel like I just piss people off on here asking too much about random things, not knowing enough about the music etc, but then I never really feel like i fit in anywhere so i’m certain its my own issues haha.

    #1198245
    MisterDuck
    Participant
    photographthesun;325758 wrote:
    though I do feel like I just piss people off on here asking too much about random things, not knowing enough about the music etc, but then I never really feel like i fit in anywhere so i’m certain its my own issues haha.

    Bollocks mate, asking random questions is good, it keeps the board moving, nobody gets pissed off in the slightest!

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