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Two vile dirty little things...
First, taken from the wonderful madolan, the meme that cannot be:

LiveJournal questions you won't see answered:

  • Which friends' journals do you actually read?
  • Among your friends list, who is the fairest of them all?
  • Whom have you kissed? Whom have you dreamed of kissing?
  • Who would you delete if you thought you could get away with it?
  • Who keeps an entertaining journal, though you can't abide them in real life? Which friend's journaling style does them a disservice?
  • Do you think your "friend of" list really values you, or are you a virus that's spread?
  • Name the one you like too well but can't admit your admiration for fear of being creepy.
  • You create a friends filter entitled "can see my naked pictures." Whom do you add to it?
  • How do you expect to win new friends, meet new people, or get laid if your journal is friends-only?
  • People who inform you how to manage your own journal: Fiend, foe, evil, Satan, or merely misguided?


Don't answer these questions. Surely you understand...? They will destroy you. But sometimes I want to answer them. Oh, I do. Sometimes I think on these matters and the light in my eyes turns hard and calculating.

Created by madolan, updated by kingfox.

Paste this into your own journal:
<em><b>The meme that cannot be:</b></em><br><br>LiveJournal questions you won't see answered: <br><br><lj-cut text="Things LJers were not meant to know!"><ul><li>Which friends' journals do you actually read? <li>Among your friends list, who is the fairest of them all? <li>Whom have you kissed? Whom have you dreamed of kissing? <li>Who would you delete if you thought you could get away with it? <li>Who keeps an entertaining journal, though you can't abide them in real life? Which friend's journaling style does them a disservice? <li>Do you think your "friend of" list really values you, or are you a virus that's spread? <li>Name the one you like too well but can't admit your admiration for fear of being creepy. <li>You create a friends filter entitled "can see my naked pictures." Whom do you add to it? <li>How do you expect to win new friends, meet new people, or get laid if your journal is friends-only? <li>People who inform you how to manage your own journal: Fiend, foe, evil, Satan, or merely misguided?</ul><br><br> Don't answer these questions. Surely you understand...? They will destroy you. But sometimes I want to answer them. Oh, I do. Sometimes I think on these matters and the light in my eyes turns hard and calculating. <br><br><small>Created by <lj user="madolan">, updated by <lj user="kingfox">.</small></lj-cut>


Second, a quick guide to inducing paranoia on LJ:

kingfox's handy guide to incuding paranoia amongst your LJ friends.

  1. Make references to friends-only posts or posting about things that you haven't posted about.
  2. Create a custom friend group, add and remove people to said group at random, letting them see and then no longer see certain posts.
  3. Let them know that you can use the calendar view to see if someone's posted entries that you don't have access to. Then make a few private entries a little bit later. Once in a while, link to one of the entries.
  4. Create a new account, post a series of entries to the account that have nothing to do with you whatsoever. Reply to a friend with said account, delete the comment, and then post with your usual account. Make no mention of the event, never reply to any inquiries about it.
  5. Post this to your journal.


Created by kingfox.

Paste this into your own journal:
<b><em>A quick guide to inducing paranoia on LJ:</em></b><br><br><lj user="kingfox">'s handy guide to incuding paranoia amongst your LJ friends.<br><br><lj-cut text="How to get them to wear tinfoil hats!"><ol><li>Make references to friends-only posts or posting about things that you haven't posted about. <li>Create a custom friend group, add and remove people to said group at random, letting them see and then no longer see certain posts. <li>Let them know that you can use the calendar view to see if someone's posted entries that you don't have access to. Then make a few private entries a little bit later. Once in a while, link to one of the entries. <li>Create a new account, post a series of entries to the account that have nothing to do with you whatsoever. Reply to a friend with said account, delete the comment, and then post with your usual account. Make no mention of the event, never reply to any inquiries about it. <li>Post this to your journal.</ol><br><br><small>Created by <lj user="kingfox">.</small></lj-cut>


Yay for PowerQuest being a little bitch today!

Feeling: productive productive
Listening to: Fear Factory, Default Judgement

Chorus of 3 demons || Preach it
Comments
graye From: graye Date: June 28th, 2004 12:02 pm (UTC) (Hard link)
Your paranoia meme makes me miss CS.

Do you have any idea how many completely fictitious conversations I had, mails I sent, messages I left, and orders I gave, just to spark confusing rumours and make people think something was going on?

I think I got off on the sneakiness of it all. Nothing was funnier than having loads of people convinced that SOMETHING was happening when NOTHING was happening

Of course, to make it legit you always had to lie over OOC channels and over IMs, as well.

That was always my favorite; when people would pump me for info over IMs (people who, I'll note, don't talk to me now that I'm ex-CS), and I'd give them info.

Ohhh yes, more info than they could ever want. Plots, intrigues, scams, secrets, rumours.

God I can be a liar.

kingfox From: kingfox Date: June 28th, 2004 01:25 pm (UTC) (Hard link)
I was actually on cybersphere the other day, after a server panic. After a few fleeting moments of confusion, nostalgia set in, followed by getting back on the bike and riding. The code flew, familiar faces reappeared, memories game flooding back.

We did chat a few times about returning and changing things, didn't we?

That scheming was one of the things I loved most about you on CS. I did that too to some extent as an admin. I knew, for example, that I could drop a clue to egolds01, and it would be spread throughout the playerbase within hours. I knew that I could let something slip to you, and a few of your disciples, eager to please, would be hacking at something within hours. Those are skills that have served me well in life.

Ever see The Prisoner? Specifically, Hammer Into Anvil? That episode seems right up your alley.
madolan From: madolan Date: June 28th, 2004 12:25 pm (UTC) (Hard link)
I love you and want to wreak havoc with you until death or scheming do us part.
Chorus of 3 demons || Preach it