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Default Re: "Understand how your kids communicate online to help protect them" - 18-02-2005

lol and lmao are not l33tspeak, they are just acronyms...



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Default Re: "Understand how your kids communicate online to help protect them" - 19-02-2005

They forgot to outline the difference between "smacktalk" and "just being a dick" in that griefers article.

Hurling insults at each other can be good, such as at a small LAN with buddies; but if its some 13 year old boy calling you a "fag" then it just supports the bot community.



  
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Default Re: "Understand how your kids communicate online to help protect them" - 19-02-2005

wow dude... holy crap...
... we should write to them and be like leet is 1337
or infact i should send them my 1337 speek generator... check it out here
http://www.jakealbarelli.com/projects/1337.zip

i bet you anything the whole point of that page is this sentence

Quote:
Originally Posted by M$
The first series is of particular concern, as their use could be an indicator that your teenager is involved in the theft of intellectual property, particularly licensed software.
followed by

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Originally Posted by M$
Leet words possibly indicating illegal activity:

"warez" or "w4r3z": Illegally copied software available for download.
yes thats right turn in your children

but i did see a really funny hat awhile back

it said DILLIGAF (pronounced dill - e - gaf)
and when someone would say whats DILLIGAF
you say Does It Look Like I Give A F**k

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I did some deeper investigation on internet lingo
check this out
http://www.netlingo.com/emailsh.cfm
what is wrong with people honestly... I admit I am not the best speller not because I can't but because I am lazy, but i hardly ever use acronyms for things... i think i use lol a lot and wtf and omg and thats about it... but the point of a conversation is to talk to the person not decode the conversation... I also see people in my school they write with them now. It is really annoying.
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Default Re: "Understand how your kids communicate online to help protect them" - 19-02-2005

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CYA - Cover Your Ass
ehh wtf o_O
  
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Default Re: "Understand how your kids communicate online to help protect them" - 19-02-2005

@biohazerd87.
Who the f**k had the time to write that, i mean they must have no lives, and have you checked out the bottom of the page, there is an "Acronym Finder"!!! Here's the link: http://www.acronymfinder.com/

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