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Posted 11 November 2004 - 12:45 AM

you F*****g sad w*****s! you clearly have nothing better to do with your time, i hope you all die soon, as nobody will care about you. i know i won't!

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Posted 11 November 2004 - 09:31 AM

patricia, on Nov 11 2004, 01:45 AM, said:

you F*****g sad w*****s! you clearly have nothing better to do with your time, i hope you all die soon, as nobody will care about you. i know i won't!
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Posted 15 November 2004 - 03:40 PM

LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB, on Nov 9 2004, 06:52 PM, said:

f**k YOU ALL YOU SICK LONELY c**ts. I HOPE YOU ALL GET INFECTED WITH AIDS AND LEPROSY COMBINED WITH THE MOST SERIOUS FORM OF CANCER WHILST GIVING ME THE PLEASURE OF SAWING OFF YOUR F*****g HEADS IN ORDER TO INFLICT EVEN MORE PAIN IF I EVER CAME ACROSS ANY OF YOU.

HOPE YOU ALL DIE IN YOUR F*****g SLEEP





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The only thing you can say when you see such a brainless rant as this is to hope that the author is quickly run over by a car.

If he lives in Liverpool it's likely to be a stolen car of course.

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Posted 15 November 2004 - 05:37 PM

What ho chaps, another collective sense of humour failure by our Scouse chums?

But did anybody bally listen to me when I pointed it out?

Must dash - need to find somewhere to put my head down for the night. Anyone got a spare room, preferably close to Westminster and with a shed where I can park my bicycle for the night?

Toodle pip!

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Posted 17 November 2004 - 01:12 AM

Sick !!!. Thats all i can say. How can u actually make a forum like this. Seriously though...talking about Emlyn's death etc. Really annoys me to be honest, i met him when i was younger and i have never met a nicer man.

I know everyone has their opinions and get kicks form this rubbish but it really offends me to read this especially when my dad died of exactly the same cancer. I hope none of you have to go thru anything like that i really do. Get a grip and actually think about what and why you are doin this.

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Posted 22 November 2004 - 09:35 AM

[COLOR=red] :pop: oi your a litlle cocksuker, bitch who gives a f**k wat you think. i am the master of death! f**k you

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Posted 22 November 2004 - 10:57 AM

Nice to see that a profanity slipped through due to appalling spelling.........
It is surely better to be pissed off than pissed on

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Posted 04 April 2005 - 10:59 PM

Here's the crack. There will always be radicals, and those whose only hope of gaining peer recognition is to say unconventional, shocking or outrageous things - but by definition, radicals are few in number. So it is with 'Deathlist'. Regular subscribers will always make their own headlines of course - but only because the things they say are a departure from the norms of decency and respect.

Do these people perform heroic acts? Are they recognised for lifetime achievements? Do they set standards that the world aspires to emulate? Are they held as icons of virtue? Does anyone (apart from the others who have signed up to Deathlist) respect what they say? In order, the answers are no, no, no, no and no. Words are cheap, and there are plenty of cheap words on this site

Those who find justification, merit or, heaven forbid, fun in predicting the deaths of others, are a miniscule minority of radicals (or twisteds), and they're put into context by the fact that outside this site, they don't have an audience, or even a prayer for an audience. They don't command respect. They don't understand decency. The world will remember Emlyn Hughes for all the right reasons, but it won't ever have to forget names like 'Vilebody' or 'Stayin Alive', for outside of 'Deathlist', they've never existed.

Enjoy your 'fame', or whatever it is you get off on, guys. To about 15 people, you're the big shots in town. To more than 6 billion other people, you're of absolutely no consquence whatsoever. I believe the collective noun, is 'a bunch of wnakers'..... <_<

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Posted 05 April 2005 - 09:45 AM

David, on Apr 4 2005, 10:59 PM, said:

Here's the crack. There will always be radicals, and those whose only hope of gaining peer recognition is to say unconventional, shocking or outrageous things - but by definition, radicals are few in number. So it is with 'Deathlist'. Regular subscribers will always make their own headlines of course - but only because the things they say are a departure from the norms of decency and respect.

Do these people perform heroic acts? Are they recognised for lifetime achievements? Do they set standards that the world aspires to emulate? Are they held as icons of virtue? Does anyone (apart from the others who have signed up to Deathlist) respect what they say? In order, the answers are no, no, no, no and no. Words are cheap, and there are plenty of cheap words on this site

Those who find justification, merit or, heaven forbid, fun in predicting the deaths of others, are a miniscule minority of radicals (or twisteds), and they're put into context by the fact that outside this site, they don't have an audience, or even a prayer for an audience. They don't command respect. They don't understand decency. The world will remember Emlyn Hughes for all the right reasons, but it won't ever have to forget names like 'Vilebody' or 'Stayin Alive', for outside of 'Deathlist', they've never existed.

Enjoy your 'fame', or whatever it is you get off on, guys. To about 15 people, you're the big shots in town. To more than 6 billion other people, you're of absolutely no consquence whatsoever. I believe the collective noun, is 'a bunch of wnakers'..... :referee:
Blah, blah, blah.....
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Posted 05 April 2005 - 09:53 AM

David, on Apr 4 2005, 10:59 PM, said:

...... I believe the collective noun, is 'a bunch of wnakers'.....
Is that the correct collective noun? I think a handful is more the 'mot juste'
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Posted 05 April 2005 - 11:02 AM

David, on Apr 5 2005, 12:59 AM, said:

Enjoy your 'fame', or whatever it is you get off on, guys. To about 15 people, you're the big shots in town. To more than 6 billion other people, you're of absolutely no consquence whatsoever.
I must admit that I admired this rant. A bit. Little abuse and in understandable English: it's far superior to the rants we normally read.

The argument, if there is one, is silly, though. This forum is for discussion of the, hopefully short, future of celebrities. You don't have to like it, nor join it. The point is that our own achievements, or lack thereof, don't matter. Even if we were all Nobel prize winners, incredibly rich businesspeople, trustworthy politicians and record sale musicians the messages on this board wouldn't be any different, or in better taste.

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I believe the collective noun, is 'a bunch of wnakers'.....  :referee:
We may or may not be w**nkers. I suppose it takes one to know one.

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Posted 05 April 2005 - 01:13 PM

Magere Hein, on Apr 5 2005, 09:02 PM, said:

I must admit that I admired this rant. A bit. Little abuse and in understandable English: it's far superior to the rants we normally read.
I agree absolutely. That really was a rant right out of the top drawer.
Well done Davo! You are hereby moved to the top of the ranters' class.

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There will always be radicals, and those whose only hope of gaining peer recognition is to say unconventional, shocking or outrageous things
Compared to the usual brain donors that click their way here from Google, your level of argument is unconventional to say the least. You truly deserve the recognition and admiration of other, lesser ranters, of whom you clearly seek approval.
Given your superior class of ranting I'd even go as far as to say you'd be regarded as ranting royalty: A king of the ranters as it were.
I'll try and state it so you get my point:

You really are the only one here that is a 'king ranter.
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Posted 05 April 2005 - 03:52 PM

David, on Apr 5 2005, 12:59 AM, said:

Here's the crack.  There will alway........

blah, blah,

........... wnakers'.....  :referee:
Yeah, yeah,

Nobody asked you to come here. I disagree with the other posters who praise you for not abusing us much. True you didn't use any swearwords, (except one which you couldn't bear to spell correctly. How anal can you get??) but accusing us of "departure from the norms of decency and respect" and saying we "don't understand decency" is pretty heavy abuse in my book, however eloquently expressed.

And what is that bullshit about "heroic acts" (reminds me of Mark Chapman for some reason) and "lifetime achievements"?

If you are the sort of retromingal onanist who has no respect for his friends (if indeed he has any) when they don't go about designing cathedrals, winning olympic medals and generally going down in history, then I for one have no wish to know you Sir.

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Posted 05 April 2005 - 03:57 PM

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Bloody marvellous.
"If you have nothing to hide you have nothing to fear...." Jacqui Smith - Ex-Home Secretary (and many other misguided fools)
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Posted 05 April 2005 - 05:53 PM

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Do these people perform heroic acts? Are they recognised for lifetime achievements?

Did Emlyn? I stand by an earlier posting I made. A football player and a team captain on a question of sport. Hardly an heroic act nor a lifetime achievment! :referee:
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Posted 05 April 2005 - 09:08 PM

Will Paladin, on Aug 29 2004, 05:49 PM, said:

What an incredibly morbid group of cocksuckers.
What an incredibly morbid idiot from America

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Posted 05 April 2005 - 09:14 PM

Anyways, let's open up the ranter's (i.e. eight year old's) eyes:

This site is in no way celebrating the death of someone, nor is it in an attempt to. This site is merely an assumption of whom will die during this year. Those saps on this site who are actually proud about someone's death are exactly that, saps. The fact that you base the site on a dumbass assumption as such is simply hypocritical and degrading on your part. At least know a few things before you curse the site out like a five year old from Newark NJ and get yourself killed by the forum members.

Remember, the smarter ranter who's not cursing and is actually giving his polite and considering opinion about the site pwnz what you've done any day. Had you have done this, perhaps we wouldn't have thought you were a 10 year old idiot who thinks he's huge on the Gamespot forums.

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Posted 06 April 2005 - 12:53 AM

David, on Apr 4 2005, 10:59 PM, said:

Do these people perform heroic acts? Are they recognised for lifetime achievements? Do they set standards that the world aspires to emulate? Are they held as icons of virtue? Does anyone (apart from the others who have signed up to Deathlist) respect what they say? In order, the answers are no, no, no, no and no.
Let's have another look at some of the names on this year's list:

Ronnie Biggs
P W Botha
General Pinochet
Diego Maradona

All paragons of virtue compared to the "sad, morbid (etc) bunch of wnakers" (sic) who make up the clientele on this forum :referee:
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Posted 07 April 2005 - 01:37 PM

GreenFranz, on Apr 5 2005, 09:14 PM, said:

Anyways, let's open up the ranter's (i.e. eight year old's) eyes...

.....At least know a few things before you curse the site out like a five year old from Newark NJ....

......perhaps we wouldn't have thought you were a 10 year old idiot.....
Er....a bit if inconsistency on the kid's age there.... :huh:
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Posted 07 April 2005 - 01:45 PM

GreenFranz, on Apr 5 2005, 09:14 PM, said:

This site is in no way celebrating the death of someone, nor is it in an attempt to.
Nice defence of the site there GreenFranz, although to be honest, we do celebrate a bit when someone on the list goes. I suppose we're celebrating the fact that we accurately picked them, rather than that they died, but when, for example, the Pope finally went I did exchange high fives with another DL follower.




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