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Re: [BULLY] Bullyland - Groupfighting Team
« Reply #225 on: January 14, 2019, 04:12:57 am »
@drake haha got them good buddy

yeah typical voluble behavior I'm glad you guys finally kicked him
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Re: [BULLY] Bullyland - Groupfighting Team
« Reply #226 on: January 14, 2019, 07:18:00 am »
Bidnig thats cheating >:(

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Re: [BULLY] Bullyland - Groupfighting Team
« Reply #227 on: January 14, 2019, 07:32:03 am »
En quoi Muha et Voluble sont-ils des connards affligeants ? (Vous avez 4 heures. Grand 1, 2, et la conclusion ne doivent pas être trop longue. Aérez votre copie.)

  I would like to clarify a few things about what's happening right now with the team, and why it concerns everyone on a deeper level.

Here we are facing two profiles of people (Voluble, Muha) leaving / being kicked out of our team for specific reasons which I would like to talk about publicly, because these two guys aren't the only ones of that kind, and because I consider that it is necessary that all the community hear about the following informations and opinions (which can be debated of course).


I - The Voluble Case

First thing people need to realise about internet is that you're dealing with human beings, not robots, and that behaving like an immature selfish disrespectful person says a lot about what you're worth and what you feel in general. Emotional contexts lead us to act in specific manners, even though one can prevent himself from all sort of negatively connoted actions (by having personal ethics for example); in case a "dishonorable" decision has been made, having some self-criticism by condemning your own previous faults is a respectful thing which has to be recognized as such.

Regarding Voluble, who not only always disregarded any kind of respect or discipline in our team, but also denied any kind of blame that would be made to him, and even (after leaving the team in one night and cutting communications) deliberately banned all of bully members from our teamspeak (K-KA one which he has admin on) during a match he came to watch and commentate with help of his teamspeak rights.

This type of behavior is an obvious manifestation of complete immaturity and anger (frustration/sadness/insecurity?) which is a pretty common thing among young / impulsive people. Even if acting as such won't have any important consequences, it is disappointing to witness how widespread this phenomenon is, and I strongly suggest that everyone should frequently question their conducts while eventually correcting them.


II - The Muha Case

This guy is a pretty well known programmer within the nw community, who has been practicing on the other side a pretty cowardly and illegal thing called hacking. Among a few hobbies, he hacks phones (via steam or whatever idk) in order to get personal data from people; i'm one of his targets, and not the only one. As you know, getting old steam chat logs isn't easy, thankfully muha was stupid enough to post this :

Spoiler
[close]

If you know muha a bit, you know what he does, and I've been well placed to learn about him; I will make sure that other witnesses testify about this and bring some more objectivity into this case.


III - Conclusion

Since we have some self-respect and some honor, we don't keep such people inside our team, even if players are rarer these days in our community (at a certain level at least). Supporting them also means supporting their behaviors, and all what goes with it. Surely I'm not perfect either, I've made many mistakes and I don't feel proud about them.

We invest efforts into this team, we try to have fun while being competitively strong, we try to share values and skills so that each member improves their skills and mindsets, and most importantly we don't behave as despicable people.

Only constructed arguments will be welcome, cya.
20/20, ils étaient en effet des connards. prochaine question


En quoi Cr3a est t-il un connard instable shooté au redbull et au lait de chèvre ? (Vous avez 4 heures)

Tu vois Max je t'avais dit qu'il etait pas mort

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Re: [BULLY] Bullyland - Groupfighting Team
« Reply #228 on: January 14, 2019, 07:39:13 am »
En quoi Muha et Voluble sont-ils des connards affligeants ? (Vous avez 4 heures. Grand 1, 2, et la conclusion ne doivent pas être trop longue. Aérez votre copie.)

  I would like to clarify a few things about what's happening right now with the team, and why it concerns everyone on a deeper level.

Here we are facing two profiles of people (Voluble, Muha) leaving / being kicked out of our team for specific reasons which I would like to talk about publicly, because these two guys aren't the only ones of that kind, and because I consider that it is necessary that all the community hear about the following informations and opinions (which can be debated of course).


I - The Voluble Case

First thing people need to realise about internet is that you're dealing with human beings, not robots, and that behaving like an immature selfish disrespectful person says a lot about what you're worth and what you feel in general. Emotional contexts lead us to act in specific manners, even though one can prevent himself from all sort of negatively connoted actions (by having personal ethics for example); in case a "dishonorable" decision has been made, having some self-criticism by condemning your own previous faults is a respectful thing which has to be recognized as such.

Regarding Voluble, who not only always disregarded any kind of respect or discipline in our team, but also denied any kind of blame that would be made to him, and even (after leaving the team in one night and cutting communications) deliberately banned all of bully members from our teamspeak (K-KA one which he has admin on) during a match he came to watch and commentate with help of his teamspeak rights.

This type of behavior is an obvious manifestation of complete immaturity and anger (frustration/sadness/insecurity?) which is a pretty common thing among young / impulsive people. Even if acting as such won't have any important consequences, it is disappointing to witness how widespread this phenomenon is, and I strongly suggest that everyone should frequently question their conducts while eventually correcting them.


II - The Muha Case

This guy is a pretty well known programmer within the nw community, who has been practicing on the other side a pretty cowardly and illegal thing called hacking. Among a few hobbies, he hacks phones (via steam or whatever idk) in order to get personal data from people; i'm one of his targets, and not the only one. As you know, getting old steam chat logs isn't easy, thankfully muha was stupid enough to post this :

Spoiler
[close]

If you know muha a bit, you know what he does, and I've been well placed to learn about him; I will make sure that other witnesses testify about this and bring some more objectivity into this case.


III - Conclusion

Since we have some self-respect and some honor, we don't keep such people inside our team, even if players are rarer these days in our community (at a certain level at least). Supporting them also means supporting their behaviors, and all what goes with it. Surely I'm not perfect either, I've made many mistakes and I don't feel proud about them.

We invest efforts into this team, we try to have fun while being competitively strong, we try to share values and skills so that each member improves their skills and mindsets, and most importantly we don't behave as despicable people.

Only constructed arguments will be welcome, cya.
20/20, ils étaient en effet des connards. prochaine question


En quoi Cr3a est t-il un connard instable shooté au redbull et au lait de chèvre ? (Vous avez 4 heures)

Tu vois Max je t'avais dit qu'il etait pas mort
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Re: [BULLY] Bullyland - Groupfighting Team
« Reply #229 on: January 14, 2019, 11:59:25 am »
Padawan shut up

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Re: [BULLY] Bullyland - Groupfighting Team
« Reply #230 on: January 14, 2019, 12:23:01 pm »

20/20, ils étaient en effet des connards. prochaine question


En quoi Cr3a est t-il un connard instable shooté au redbull et au lait de chèvre ? (Vous avez 4 heures)

20/20, they were indeed assholes. next question


In what way is Cr3a an unstable asshole shot in redbull and goat's milk? (You have 4 hours)

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Re: [BULLY] Bullyland - Groupfighting Team
« Reply #231 on: January 14, 2019, 01:32:38 pm »
Muha toptier hacker

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Re: [BULLY] Bullyland - Groupfighting Team
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Re: [BULLY] Bullyland - Groupfighting Team
« Reply #233 on: January 14, 2019, 10:26:56 pm »
"who not only always disregarded any kind of respect or discipline in our team, but also denied any kind of blame that would be made to him" eyyyy where have we seen him do that before  ???  ;)  :-X
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Re: [BULLY] Bullyland - Groupfighting Team
« Reply #234 on: January 15, 2019, 12:53:08 am »
"who not only always disregarded any kind of respect or discipline in our team, but also denied any kind of blame that would be made to him" eyyyy where have we seen him do that before  ???  ;)  :-X
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Re: [BULLY] Bullyland - Groupfighting Team
« Reply #235 on: January 15, 2019, 12:55:03 am »
"who not only always disregarded any kind of respect or discipline in our team, but also denied any kind of blame that would be made to him" eyyyy where have we seen him do that before  ???  ;)  :-X
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Re: [BULLY] Bullyland - Groupfighting Team
« Reply #236 on: January 17, 2019, 07:45:17 pm »
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Re: [BULLY] Bullyland - Groupfighting Team
« Reply #237 on: January 17, 2019, 08:57:39 pm »
that was a good run x
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Re: [BULLY] Bullyland - Groupfighting Team
« Reply #238 on: January 17, 2019, 09:54:13 pm »
that was a good run x

literally didn't play a single match as an official team member lmao

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Re: [BULLY] Bullyland - Groupfighting Team
« Reply #239 on: January 17, 2019, 10:34:45 pm »
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