31AVSFan

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  1. Strange coincidence. There's an HR forum on harassment - one of the topics is "Why it's not okay for your boss to ask you to ignore repeated harassment."
  2. It's the fact that it still happens even when I don't respond to anything AND my personal information is out there. It's making me uncomfortable at this point (which is why I asked for it to stop) - in addition to the fact that it's rude (which I could readily ignore). It may be for no valid reasons but the internet isn't exactly the place I want to be a focus for this nonsense. I understand the mechanics of ignoring him. But I also need to be aware of when I'm a target. Hence the - either it stops or I remove myself from the situation.
  3. Oops. I meant if I quit even posting here removes me as a point of focus - hopefully for good. Ignoring clearly does no good since he keeps calling me out. It's a moot point. The fact that we're even having this conversation means it's no longer fun.
  4. I'd feel better about option 1 if I had never put any personal information on the forum. Lesson well learned. (Option 2 at least removes me as a point of focus).
  5. Meh, I've reached the I cannot ignore blatant harassment portion of the game. It's either stop it or stop coming to the forum. It's childish at this point. I'll go back to lurking in the hockey potions to stay up to date on rumors and the like.
  6. You've made no credible attempt to understand, let alone respect, my opinions or positions. So it doesn't matter what I do or don't want - other than I want you to stop calling me out. It's that simple. Just stop.
  7. I've asked. Other people have asked. The admins have asked. And we've all pointed out it's rude and simply reached harrasment levels when you repeatedly call me out when I've specifically asked you not to. Stop stating falsehoods about me and my opinions.
  8. Hurricane Irma has winds reaching 185 mph. If they had a category 6 - if would reach it! Hopefully it decides to spin back out to sea.
  9. EXACTLY! Yes, yes, yes, and there are so many laws on the books that are not enforced because they are irrelevant or immoral by today's standards. Congress now has the moral obligation to act and undo what the President has done. "Imagine a young girl, age 4 or 5, traveling with her parents into the United States as they make the hard decision to pursue a better life here. Imagine that child growing up as your student, your co-worker, your friend. Because of the president's decision today, she now must live in fear that she will soon be thrown out and sent back to a country she has never known. This story speaks to the experience of roughly 800,000 people known as DREAMers here in America today. These children didn't choose to come here, but now many of them are grown with families of their own. They're paying taxes. They've joined the workforce. They went to college. Some of them joined the military. Now, they'll be sent to countries they don't even remember. These people are all Americans. So let's be clear: throwing them out is cruel. It is inhumane. And it is not America. Congress and the American people now have an obligation to step up and show our neighbors that they're welcome here, in the only place they've ever called home."
  10. It's really easy to justify ending DACA if you lie about it. https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2017/9/5/16255436/lies-jeff-sessions-daca
  11. Good for BVSD! I heard that students from Denver area high schools also walked out in protest of the announcement to rescind DACA. In the end, hopefully congress does the right thing and makes DACA or some program like it law and the dreamers no longer have to worry - although that being said, $2 says Trump vetoes it.
  12. Agreed. It really doesn't matter in the end, I was just curious which of Trump's "achievements" pushed him over the edge. I'd be hard pressed to say I hate Trump - but the DACA action is just plain mean.
  13. What brought that on?
  14. New thread rule: you are only allowed to comment/complain if you've experienced the worst of your situation. And since it's more than likely there will always be someone in a worse situation than yours...
  15. The gen x - millennial bubble is 1977 to 1983...it's been called xennials, gen y, and the bubble. So kids born 1984 and younger are millennials. I personally prefer the Oregon Trail generation!