is dream in code admin 'out to get me'?

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This forum and the people who help here are amazing and have been of great help, other forums have to,including dream in code, i should tell you now that this is turned into a moronic rant...which is what the world needs.

unfortunately dream in code, a vast wealth of information that it is have admins that are sooo stuck up there own bums *theres no joshing about there, specially if you are a beginniner* its a cold hearted place, they would iether percieve sarcasm or not percieve it either way its their miscomunication to make cos itonly regards status points...that get my ocd ticking i guess.

i unintentionally wound the guys up too lots of me deleting one thread because i would realize i multi threaded, then they would delete the other STRAIGHT AWAY and then cos both were gone i would start a new one, they kicked me and so i made a new account, then i posted something and some one somehow guessed...'this looks like one of devonrevenge's codes' and kicked me! im a little allarmed here, HOW THEY KNOW?

But check this, i get a new comp and sign up with a new name, i so much as comment on a conversation and boom im disallowed permanently, i could delete cookies registry hide ip rah rah rah, even get a smarter buddy to set up a proxy thing, nope, someones clever...i need their recources in order to learn and they denied them to me, i will nurse this vendetta brewing, most lickley my only hope of revenge insofar is voodoo

however maybe i could rally some troops against coding snobbery...cpluplus boys verses the dream in code fools...kk i stick with the voodoo

i think the admins are over zealous most likely unethical hacker bastards to be an admin you need to be constantly getting these rep points or work points (ie, taking it on yourself to delete stuff and ) so you can imagine what kind of personality becomes the creative influence over time.

i did however in my inexperience and insensitivity forget that for people who do great creative things on computers spend an awful lot of time on them and therefore somhow keep together a social life, and text chat is real communication, im a lot better at getting away with insulting ranting squeezing info out of people in real life, but to come across a certain way in type is huuuge a miss-perception.

anyway how do they know its me tring to get in?
Tracking IPs is hardly difficult. Use a proxy and clear your cookies.
however maybe i could rally some troops against coding snobbery...cpluplus boys verses the dream in code fools...kk i stick with the voodoo


I don't think you will get many takers for an inter-forum war.

Maybe you should be more careful about what you say in forums.
however maybe i could rally some troops against coding snobbery...cpluplus boys verses the dream in code fools...kk i stick with the voodoo


Or you could just respect the fact that your posting style/behavior doesn't conform to that expected of the dream in code community and, like a reasonable individual, either change your behavior/style to conform or just don't frequent the place.

...i need their recources in order to learn and they denied them to me


No, you don't. If you would like to access their resources, however, you do need to conform to the expectations of that community. You're sounding a bit like the unruly patron removed from a bar several times, now banned, but who keeps trying to sneak back in.
anyway how do they know its me tring to get in?

They can look up your IP and country and guess it's you.
They can see the email you registered with and guess it's you.
They can see your browser agent e.g. "Mozilla Firefox on Windows XP" and guess it's you.
They recognize your coding style and bad typing, and guess it's you.

How about you try apologizing with big puppy eyes?
i could try but that would only anger them further, i started looking up ip hiders but they are on top of observing their net traffic its leading me up a new kind of learning though
how would an interforum war work anyway??
@devonrevenge

Well if you don't know, that's probably a good thing.

Sounds as though you have already burnt that bridge with 'dream in code', so why don't you put that down to experience, stay away from them, and in the future consider more carefully what you say. Think about things from other peoples point of view, and try to stick to the rules.
how would an interforum war work anyway??

Define "interforum war".
@Catfish

devonrevenge wrote:
however maybe i could rally some troops against coding snobbery...cpluplus boys verses the dream in code fools...kk i stick with the voodoo


I think it is pretty silly if anyone from any forum would engage in this sort of nonsense.
ahhh, thas was satisfying going back and thumbs up ing all my posts, i almost completely feel avenged, you guys know everything computer, any ideas for last bit of revenge...do you think an anouncment like 'TIS'I DEVONREVENGE MUHAHAHAHA' in the forum is big and clever? i got my info i think i will leave them in their bubble, plus surfing with encrypted stuff is slow...

you shud all join and do it for me it would be worth it even though you will never be able to visit the site again, if you do it i will give you HALF my manwich (oh yes i will)
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@devonrevenge

Given your last post, sounds like you deserve every criticism you get.

Small & stupid.
@ideas man, yes but ... no I have nothing, ur right.

but genuine snobbery, cliquishness and people who seek disappointment are almost as wrong and bad as small, stupid and mildly vindictive people like myself, and i hate doing nothing about something.

as for war, we find that we advance the quickest in times of war, maybe there's a method of teaching which could create the same enviroment to advance as fast




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In case anyone's interested in the kind of nonsense he was posting at dream.in.code,

http://www.dreamincode.net/forums/topic/294729-what-do-programmers-do-to-get-in-the-mood-before-a-big-project/

i was born with squiffy mind syndrome and bungler syndrome i also have ADD so im only learning cee plus plus so i can wake my mind up but i cant think say when the washing machines going round or my girlfreind asks me questions avery few minuets...i find my head works first thing in the morning and only for a few hours


Yeah. Small wonder they didn't feel like putting up with him.
well on a more serious note my friend isnt it terrible that people with mental health problems can be exluded from the internet easily
devonrevenge wrote:
well on a more serious note my friend isnt it terrible that people with mental health problems can be exluded from the internet easily
No more or less easily than anyone can be excluded.
no a schizophrenic or hypomainac is most liley gonna be odd to work with, if theres no actual nastiness or problem making why should anyone be excluded, this is my issue with dream in code', i dont like you for what you wrote, i dont like yourstyle so we kick you' is a bad bad attitude, worse than mine

spose though you cant really say you got keyboard tourettes, still hard to be serious and sensible, ive been on my best behaviour here though :P

how would an interforum war work anyway??

Define "interforum war".


@catfish, dont ask me that was the ideas mans idea
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Hmm, is 4chan where all these poor excluded netizens end up?
I more or less agree with everyone else's response, devonrevenge.

Quite simply, why would you want to hang around people who don't want you around? Even if they don't kick you out, you'd still be the outcast and your presence will make everyone uncomfortable/annoyed.

Multiple bannings is pretty clear that they don't want you around. My advice is to get over it and stop going to those forums.


Rather than just instinctively trying to get around the ban, which will only make the situation worse and make their opinion of you deteriorate even more.... you should be asking yourself what you hope to accomplish. What is the best case scenario here? How would picking a fight with forum admins/members be in any way benefitial for anyone?


Hmm, is 4chan where all these poor excluded netizens end up?


I don't think it's fair to lump all of 4chan in with /b/. Several other boards on that site are actually surprisingly accepting and civil. /d/ is a great example. They welcome pretty much everyone with open arms and are very polite..... if you're into the weird fetish porn thing....

.... not that I frequent /d/ or anything.... I'm just saying....


.... yeah...
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I think what everyone is trying to say is, we live in a messed up world, society is not ready for you, you are not ready for the internet: good day, sir.
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