2006-12-18 [Artsieladie]: [you can all die.]...It has been my experience in life that those who do the least, contribute the least, complain the most. Unfortunately, we live in a world that's lost its moral compass. Therefore, kids are being spawned of this. What else does anyone expect? There is no way to control the thoughts of others, including kids. Besides, if there's aspects about Elftown you do not like, you have 2 choices: #1: You can leave, for no one is holding you here by force. #2: Seek a positive way to to make a situation you're unhappy with better. Mankind was given free will to either be a plus or a negative in this world. Before you put others down, put yourself in their shoes, first. If you're going to talk the talk, then you best be prepared to walk the walk! Idle hands of idle minds produce little if anything.
2006-12-18 [you can all die.]: [Sunrose], its really hard to steal art from yourself so, unless the gairds that i had to deal with can give me a reson why they deleted my pictues(wich were in complience witht the uploading art rules), they had no right to do it, all they have is the power to do so.
i am leaving this place.
2006-12-18 [Sunrose]: Which image would you be referring to? As far as I can tell all of the removed images were not (completely) self made.
Also, when you feel that injustice has been done to you, reverting to verbal abuse of said Guard is not the best way to convince us.
And sure, if you feel happier elsewhere, that's your prerogative.
2006-12-18 [Hedda]: [you can all die.] is free to prove that he drew
and that he owns VG Cats, but until then you can just feel sorry for the guards that have to speak to people like that.
As for the text-images he made by himself: They are still against the rules because they are boring images that we don't want here. It's in the rules, but he thinks it's more important to write insults to the guards than to read.
2006-12-18 [you can all die.]: with that picture, theres this magical thing called Adobe, it lets you edit pictures, mabe you've heard of it.
2006-12-18 [Sunrose]: Editing an image doesn't make it yours..
2006-12-19 [Jessika Maria.]: I have just read all of this stuff and I feel horriblely bad for the guards. Well all I can say is Keep up the good work with keeping annoying people off of ET one idiot at a time. =)
Have a great day!
2006-12-20 [xido]: you can all die.: "and [xido], go ahead destroy me when your not even close to the town i live in throue a computer, lets see how well that works."
*Orc-[xido] turns to look at romping, stomping, angry child and grunts in return*
Quoth Orc-[xido]: "Ugh."
2007-01-04 [Sunrose]: Comment deleted, there's no need to continue the argument 2 weeks after.
2007-01-04 [Ω♥broken heart slayer♥Ω]: What?! You're actually telling kids to use proxies?!
2007-01-05 [DarkLogickX]: my apologies sunrose. and i think i have to agree with junkanoo on this one, most schools that i've ever been to you get in trouble for so much as even changing the desktop background. i would hate to see what kind of punishment would wait in store for someone caught changing the connection settings on a government piece of property
2007-02-07 [light.]: You know, I could be way off my rocker here, but one of the reasons ET could be getting banned from schools is the fact that a lot of people (and by that I mean the younger more irresponsible side of Elftown) have been using it as a chat site ever since Myspace, Facebook, Hotmail, etc, have been banned. I know from personal experience actually (before I started straighting my act ;D) that some people only use it to get around their school work.
But, like I said, I could be way off base. ^_^
2007-02-08 [Hedda]: [light.]: If a school bans a site because their students are talking to each other on it... Well, I don't have words for stupid that idea is for many reasons.
I guess they have banned math-books too, as students mostly use those books for stuff they aren't meant for. That would explain a lot.
2007-02-08 [Ocean Soul]: In my school only pages with "mature content" were banned. That would include Elftown though, I guess >>
2007-02-08 [Lothuriel]: I guess the schools are afraid the students might see boobies while at school instead of on tv.....
2007-02-08 [light.]: ...They ban sites that take away from their so called education system. If students are spending too much time on the site instead of learning, they block it.
2007-02-08 [Lothuriel]: Um, I know that.
2007-02-08 [Mortified Penguin]: My school banned Elftown when students started using it to send messages to each other...
...And math books are mainly used for learning. Had Elftown been teaching students things, I'm sure it would have been different...
The only ridiculous thing my school's ever done is ban my MSN stocks... those bastards! ...that was just uncalled for! How am I supposed to check Dow now?!
2007-02-08 [Lothuriel]: But Elftown does teach things to students. There are plenty of educational benefits to Elftown.