Discussion in 'NRL' started by undertaker, Sep 10, 2012.
No ones offended.
We're just all laughing at you.
Isn't the great Jarryd Hayne on Twitter? i imagine he would cop more abuse playing for the wooden spooners then Farah and i never seen him complain?
Eels players > Tigers players
A lot of people regarded you as a troll, a witch hunt was conducted and you were
outed on LU. Are you a troll that deserves to be outed? There were those on
LU who regard you in much the same way as the clown who made insensitive remarks
about the death of robbies mum.
As the victim of a witch hunt, why don't you tell us how hunting down people who
some people find offensive and brand as trolls, is different to what happened to you.
Some well thought out logic here.
can a mod change the name of this thread to " Farah calls on PM to neck herself" ???
Farah > Mandela, tbph.
Bm trolling was harmless. I could tell he didn't actually live in Sydney or lift weights or was a policeman based on how silly it all was. Cannot really compare the two imo.
Don't forget (*sniff*), it was her birthday!!
Wobbie, we have to pull these internet cowards and bullies to justice now!
In your opinion it was harmless but he may of deeply offended someone else.
Who decides when something is offensive enough to warrant police attention?
Well its easy enough to apply a community standard of what the average person would find offensive. I don't think the average person would find bm lying about being a muscular policeman from coogee all thatoffrnsive. I don't think police action should necessarily be taken either but we cannot think of the internet as a seperate world from reality any more. There can be real world repercussions for it. If this guy gets outed and loses his job or whatever then that's life.
Still think it's heavy duty trolling? I'm on Farah's side re the comments about his mum which were appalling, but someone needs to talk to him about the old saw about living and dying by the sword. Applies to him as much as anyone. Unless, of course, buying someone a noose for their birthday is considered funny.
Given our multicultural country i doubt it would be easy to apply a community standard.
If he said to Robbies face what he tweeted the police could do nothing at all about it so why should it be a crime over the net? Isn't that separating the internet from reality?
So now Farah's got Pugzley on his side as well. As if he didn't have enough problems.
News Ltd is on to the tweet, should get good from here
Wow, talk about set yourself up for a fall.
Of course you can apply community standards. I also said that there shouldn't be police action but there is also a reason why he is hiding because he could face real world repercussions. If a comedian had said it or some bloke on the street there could be real world consequences.
LOL uh oh Robbie
You are going to come out of this looking like the biggest tool.
So what do you recommend be done about Robbie Fawah suggesting that the Prime Minister hang herself on her birthday?
Some sort of "real world consequence"?
A bit-coin penalty?
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