What's Different about WickedDick?
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06-09-2014, 03:42 PM
RE: What's Different about WickedDick?
(06-09-2014 03:25 PM)Tartarus Sauce Wrote:  
(06-09-2014 01:50 PM)kim Wrote:  What's different? Uh... he's banned... that's different. Drinking Beverage

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06-09-2014, 04:11 PM
RE: What's Different about WickedDick?
Maybe it was ...
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... the punch. Wink

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06-09-2014, 04:16 PM
RE: What's Different about WickedDick?
It was stealthiness - the sneak attack is always best.

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06-09-2014, 04:18 PM
RE: What's Different about WickedDick?
I enjoy his insanity. I don't think he's not really even a troll... He's just bat shit crazy, and brings flavor along with lots and lots of puppets. You might not be able top fix stupid, but sometimes you can have fun with it. Posting someone else's info is totally out of line though.

I'm assuming he's one and the same from the other forum.

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06-09-2014, 04:21 PM
RE: What's Different about WickedDick?
(06-09-2014 04:18 PM)Elskidor Wrote:  I enjoy his insanity. I don't think he's not really even a troll... He's just bat shit crazy, and brings flavor along with lots and lots of puppets. You might not be able top fix stupid, but sometimes you can have fun with it. Posting someone else's info is totally out of line though.

I'm assuming he's one and the same from the other forum.

He has apparently shit on a lot of forum floors. We weren't the first and I doubt we will be the last.

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07-09-2014, 12:50 PM (This post was last modified: 07-09-2014 01:27 PM by Bucky Ball.)
RE: What's Different about WickedDick?
So I was thinking about why I had a visceral antipathy towards him. I didn't realize at first we had tangled, back when I was going to AF a bit, (and he was still a believer). I think it comes down to "permission", ("permissioning"), ie from "therapy" models. . He threw everything in people's faces, and expected them to deal with it, like it or not. IRL, for example, I can say things to my best friends, that I would never dream of saying to people I don't know. Over time, you, either overtly, or in an unspoken way, get permission from people for what you talk about, and how you talk about things. He seems to come here and assume he already had our permission to talk about anything and everything. I think that's why I felt he was "smarmy'. Sort of like a complete stranger walking up to you, and asking you a very personal question. Your reaction, is "screw you". So whether it's me perceiving, or whatever, it's about boundaries. He has no appropriate boundaries, and felt he had a right to inflict that on the forum. That's what I think was "different" about him. Maybe it's a product of his years and years in the therapy system, and when that's all you know, you assume everyone gets that, I don't know.

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07-09-2014, 12:57 PM
RE: What's Different about WickedDick?
(07-09-2014 12:50 PM)Bucky Ball Wrote:  So I was thinking about why I had a visceral antipathy towards him. I didn't realize at first we had tangled, back when I was going to AF a bit, (and he was still a believer). I think it comes down to "permission", "(permissioning"), ie from "therapy" models. . He threw everything in people's faces, and expected them to deal with it, like it or not. IRL, for example, I can say things to my best friends, that I would never dream of saying to people I don't know. Over time, you, either overtly, or in an unspoken way, get permission from people for what you talk about, and how you talk about things. He seems to come here and assume he already had our permission to talk about anything and everything. I think that's why I felt he was "smarmy'. Sort of like a complete stranger walking up to you, and asking you a very personal question. Your reaction, is "screw you". So whether it's me perceiving, or whatever, it's about boundaries. He has no appropriate boundaries, and felt he had a right to inflict that on the forum. That's what I think was "different" about him. Maybe it's a product of his years and years in the therapy system, and when that's all you know, you assume everyone gets that, I don't know.

Wow. That's a very astute observation. I think you're right.

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13-09-2014, 01:29 AM
RE: What's Different about WickedDick?
never heard of him. Where does he frequent?


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13-09-2014, 10:03 AM
RE: What's Different about WickedDick?
He's banned Big Grin

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13-09-2014, 11:37 AM
RE: What's Different about WickedDick?
Yes, Bucky has it right with boundary issues. The problem is that his boundaries surpass the virtual world. Stalking is most definitely crossing boundaries. Then he talks about fantasies of necrophilia - which did not sound like he was just trying to be inflammatory. One of his first posts was an offhanded remark referencing little boys. The cannibilism post was just for shock value.

He's not a narcissist. He doesn't fit antisocial personality disorder, either. Borderline personality is something he mentioned offhand, which "might" be more likely. Doesn't really matter, he's a dipshit troll looking for trouble.

I think he recognizes right from wrong for the most part, but he doesn't recognize when he crosses socially inappropriate boundaries. He also has an arrest history for doing things he KNEW were wrong. So, you have a person with a history of being disruptive, manipulative, obsession with atheist forums, boundary issues, criminal behavior, and then you compound it with a drug problem. His real word stalking and fantasies about necrophilia IMO make him a potentially very dangerous individual.

It's rare people give me a visceral reaction. After some time I thought maybe I was overreacting. I went back and read some more and came to the conclusion that this was a person that I needed to stay very, very far away from. I then placed him on ignore and refused to participate in any thread he he was involved in so I wouldn't encourage him and become someone he fixated on. I'm glad he's gone.

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