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Old 08-19-2003, 04:37 PM   #31
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We wanted to see what happens when a person doesn't think (or isn't able to think )

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i have no choice but to be social. i am pretty much the same in real life as i appear online. at least that is what i think.
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It's a skill I wish I had
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Old 08-19-2003, 04:42 PM   #35
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On-line communication is far easier for a shy person than the face-to-face stuff. One reason I am shy in person is that I don't know what to say as part of normal social small talk. On-line, I have the luxury of thinking about what I say (and a chance to edit what I say). The computer is a nice, user-friendly wall in communication.
well said! You can be anyone you want to be online! Say things you wouldn't in a social situation. Online personality hides you body language well.
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well said! You can be anyone you want to be online! Say things you wouldn't in a social situation. Online personality hides you body language well.
Do you have any idea how many people are farting as they post on this board? 5. That's right 5 people are farting.
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you are such a guy!
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Old 08-19-2003, 04:50 PM   #38
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Do you have any idea how many people are farting as they post on this board? 5. That's right 5 people are farting.


Thanks for this piece of useless information.









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well said! You can be anyone you want to be online! Say things you wouldn't in a social situation. Online personality hides you body language well.
That sounds kind of shady.
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I agree that it sounds kind of shady, but I think we're all aware that it still goes on.
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On-line communication is far easier for a shy person than the face-to-face stuff. One reason I am shy in person is that I don't know what to say as part of normal social small talk. On-line, I have the luxury of thinking about what I say (and a chance to edit what I say). The computer is a nice, user-friendly wall in communication.
small talk in real life is just like small talk online. that is what i think. i don't get the concept of being shy when one is outgoing online.
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Old 08-19-2003, 05:29 PM   #44
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I agree that it sounds kind of shady, but I think we're all aware that it still goes on.
it is shady. but sometimes what's true in theory is not always true in fact. I believe that your personality doesn't just come from the words you say but your actions as well. Body language tells tales too. I believe that's why meeting people in person help to sum up their personality.
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On-line communication is far easier for a shy person than the face-to-face stuff. One reason I am shy in person is that I don't know what to say as part of normal social small talk. On-line, I have the luxury of thinking about what I say (and a chance to edit what I say). The computer is a nice, user-friendly wall in communication.
This is a very interesting concept, one I've thought about a lot. I've had a handful of friends that have met people online recently. Some are still dating, some didn't last a week after meeting and one just moved in with her after a month of finally meeting her face to face. This blows my mind. I would never in a thousand years be able to do that. I have to see someone's eyes, shake their hand and or give them a hug before I could ever truly feel anything for anyone or to really believe them. Body language is very important to me. I mean we could all be lying about our real lives here in this forum and no one would ever have to know. I can tell you I live this great jet-set life of meeting celebs and hanging out at all the hippest joints in towns and really be an inmate with computer access that just so happens to like U2. But I'm not.

It would be interesting though to see who or what people thought you were by your daily post here in interference. But never would they really know me, even if I told them everything.
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