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PostSubject: Re: Influence of Columbine   Thu Apr 20, 2017 2:17 am

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As for the post count. I remember once Desti opened SBB and I went to the "Thoughts on the Shooting" section it had shrunk down considerably from what it was on RPG. She also deleted a ton of threads in the Miscellaneous section. Which I can understand wanting to clean the forum up. I clean this forum up all the time. Threads that aren't posted in. People arguing. Stuff like that but I try not to touch the core forums. Even pointless threads from eons ago, as long as they have responses in them, I will leave them on the forum.
It seems that at least some of Lanza's posts were deleted all the way back in 2011. Smiggles made a thread asking why half the posts were deleted and Danny (if he was columbin?) responded that he had to pay for bandwidth so he was deleting inactive threads where there had been no posts for 90 days. Because of this, I would guess that it probably wasn't the new owner that deleted his posts but who knows. A lot of off-topic threads where Lanza posted were found but maybe others were deleted.

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PostSubject: Re: Influence of Columbine   Thu Apr 20, 2017 2:25 am

Yes Danny Ledonne's username on the old forum was Columbin.


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PostSubject: Re: Influence of Columbine   Thu Apr 20, 2017 5:47 am

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As for the post count. I remember once Desti opened SBB and I went to the "Thoughts on the Shooting" section it had shrunk down considerably from what it was on RPG. She also deleted a ton of threads in the Miscellaneous section. Which I can understand wanting to clean the forum up. I clean this forum up all the time. Threads that aren't posted in. People arguing. Stuff like that but I try not to touch the core forums. Even pointless threads from eons ago, as long as they have responses in them, I will leave them on the forum.
It seems that at least some of Lanza's posts were deleted all the way back in 2011. Smiggles made a thread asking why half the posts were deleted and Danny (if he was columbin?) responded that he had to pay for bandwidth so he was deleting inactive threads where there had been no posts for 90 days. Because of this, I would guess that it probably wasn't the new owner that deleted his posts but who knows. A lot of off-topic threads where Lanza posted were found but maybe others were deleted.
Yea, Danny was "columbin". I didn't join until January, 2012 so I don't know what was deleted before that. I do know for a fact that Desti deleted stuff too because I tried to go back and save posts once she took it over and a lot of threads were completely gone. Mostly from "Miscellaneous" and "Thoughts on the Shooting".

And when I was there, I was told that Moderators weren't allowed to delete anything and that the forum had a free speech policy and nothing would be deleted. The only thing that I noticed that got removed when I was there was the thing I had already mentioned. When some user got into a fight with Danny and said he'd throw a rock or something at him. I don't remember exactly what he said but it was something towards Danny.
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PostSubject: Re: Influence of Columbine   Thu Apr 20, 2017 6:01 am

Here are some screenshots from Adam's inquiry on January 14 2011 to the 'pruning' of posts:

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As you can see below it happened sometime between January 1 2011 and January 14 2011:

January 1 2011, 49,379 Articles

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The forum was 'purged' then...

January 23 2011, 19,370 Articles

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The forum did bounce back pretty good though as you can see below:

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8 months later & the last screenshot available - July 12 2012, 100,825 Articles

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PostSubject: CVA sent me here    Fri May 12, 2017 6:58 am

Hoping to learn as much as I can about columbine, I have learned a lot of details thanks to CVA ( Columbine Video Archives). We had a shooting plot in Michigan in our county 3 teens plotted and planned to shoot the school up, they mentioned columbine and made videos like the basement tapes and mentioned Eric and Dylan serval times they were caught by law enforcement due to them texting another student that they are going to do it and it's not a joke, not much information has been leaked but one video was released today have to hear it for yourself if intrested search Lapeer county, Michigan school shooting at Zemmar Junior high, the 3 teens are facing life without parole and they are being held countable as adults the trial started a few days ago and there's not much defense glad they are pushing hard to make a example out of them. Always be aware it can happen in any school and that's sad for our children and us to have to always wonder about them being safe. Crazy! Glad to be able to join this forum thank you.
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PostSubject: Re: Influence of Columbine   Fri May 12, 2017 7:50 am

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I just read an article about the Michigan plot and I had some thoughts to share about the legacy of tragedies like Columbine and how parenting has changed in the internet age.

For me, it's just sickening. Sad and sickening that this is the state of the youth. I feel like so many children are growing up in a fairy land where they expect this utopia of equity (mostly from parents that don't prepare them for the real world or fail to discipline them properly for wrong behavior) and when they don't get what they expect from the world they are pathologically enraged. It seems like when relatively minor things happen to children these days they take it very differently than previous generations. Losing a friend, or being gossiped about, or getting in trouble for petty things can set a kid off the deep end. Next thing you know they're on Snapchat telling kids "not to go to school tomorrow". Wtf.

I think social media has also made the younger generations more narcissistic and has left them with very skewed perceptions of reality. Hours and hours of staring into screens and going outside less tend to have that kind of warped effect.

So many patently false things are being spread to kids today, esp. through the web. We live in a post-modernist age where everything is being deconstructed and devalued. It's almost virtually impossible for parents to protect kids from extreme content. Children are growing up vulnerable, with too many conflicting points of view in the mass media and few stable, grounded influences to keep them from harm.

Children and teens had double lives in the 90's too, but today? Forget it!

(Sorry for the intense response, I can get a little passionate about things).
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