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Monday, June 12th, 2006
4:46 pm

My most recent entry today was entriely on the fakeness of friendships. What sparked that contemplation was the website Myspace. What a horrible, fake website it is. My journal certainly is not fake in any way, so if anyone wants to check it out, feel free to be exposed to honesty. I can't stand people who hide their true feelings, even on livejournal, and even if it's because they don't understand them.

current mood: crazy

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Tuesday, March 22nd, 2005
6:24 pm

It turns out </a></b></a>paval_lishin and </a></b></a>j0sh4ever, who recently joined and posted in this group (post from 3/19) were, in fact, fakers. No one is more shocked than I am. It only proves we can't let our guard down from fakery.

current mood: determined

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Saturday, March 19th, 2005
5:23 pm - rennaisance of anti-fakery

Hi! I'm Paval and I joined this group as there has been a rash of fakeness sweeping LJ recently. People are stealing each other's avatars, misrepresenting themselves, reading joke journals, posting endless stupid comments pseudonominously on other people's pages. It can't be said too many times:


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Sunday, September 26th, 2004
1:01 am

ya poseurs fucken suck. im reely glad i found this communitee, there r soo many ppl who pretend 2 lyke reel metel or punk just 4 the image, and it pissis me the fuck off. i also h8 it when ppl try to be all gothic and shit when they reely are just a bunch of fagit preppiez. newayz, keep it (sic) mutherfuckers!!1!

in s8n we trust,


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Saturday, August 21st, 2004
10:24 am


current mood: annoyed

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Thursday, July 8th, 2004
1:52 pm - Depends on perspective.

I'm pretty anti-faker myself.
I am F. Raymond Sickly.
My personal take on "fakers" is that they are uncreative, dim-witted, rude, maniplative, intrusive people, generally.
For instance:

Healthier than soap operas.

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Wednesday, May 19th, 2004
5:03 pm

Fake journals fucking suck.

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Sunday, April 25th, 2004
11:33 pm - xD


I hate fake people in general.  Period.    ... bunch of fuckers.

Rofl..  did you read that one persons entry about fat people?  Lmao!!  Shallow people are always the best to laugh at, ya?  I really hope that person isn't serious: but if they are, I hope a big fat lady [I'm picturing one that's been on Jerry Springer a few times] does something to her that will somehow bring me laughter.   Hrmm.   I don't know..  maybe just sitting on her, or yelling at her..   or force a Slim-Slow shake down her throat.

;D   That's why I joined this community!  Ah!

Yep.  And that's about it.

Good bye, my fellow anti-fakers!

current mood: devious yet slightly amused

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Sunday, December 28th, 2003
5:20 am

Hello everyone, recently i have been noticing all of the fake journals out there. And well to tell you the truth, it pisses me off. What a waste of space to fake something and make up some lies and stuff, i mean come on.
People get there jollies off the dumbest things.
But the main thing that makes me mad is when people make up lies and tYp Lyk DiS. My lord it just annoys the living hell out of me.

O.k. enough of my bitching.
I hope this community will allow all of my hatred for the fake journals out there. :)

current mood: determined

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Tuesday, April 22nd, 2003

Werd up, LJ. It's yo man, George Washington Carver. I got 325 inventions for peanuts AND I AIN'T GOIN' DOWN YET!!! Most mofos be worrying about tha bling bling BUT YOU KNOW IT'S ALL ABOUT THE LUGUME! I'ight peanut peeps! You know where I'll be. Slurpin' down 40 ounces of Carver's Peanut Brew. L8, Y'ALL!

current mood: excited

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Sunday, July 14th, 2002
1:08 pm

Is this just for people who fake being celbrities because I've seen a few journals around that appear to be just made up people. This one for example. He hasn't posted in a long time but I still see his comments around in various communities.


current mood: Anti

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Thursday, March 28th, 2002
5:11 pm

I think it's pathetic for people to post as celebrities, although I do understand they're just having fun. Jeebers, why can't they just be comfortable in their own skin? Why do they have to pretend to be someone else? I don't see it as fun, but maybe I'm just too secure.

current mood: artistic

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Wednesday, October 24th, 2001
1:42 am - Hello

Hello everyone. I am samlee13, also known as c0nIgLiO. I'm new to the community actually, I joined a while back and just today learned how to post as part of the community.

Like my info. Page states:
I'm the wonderful legal age of 21. Majoring in Criminology, Poli. Sci., & Eco. @ FIU. 5'2" w/ pale skin, shoulder length dark hair, hazel eyes, & glasses. I'm a hopeless romantic and a one-guy gal. Currently having a hard time with life.

Favorite Quote: "Nothing's impossible, only highly unlikely."

current mood: chipper

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Friday, October 12th, 2001
6:07 am - Oops...


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6:05 am - "why won't anyone give me $4(US)MILLION AS A FREE GIFT???"

This is hilarious. It's not supposed to be, but it is. =)

[Unknown LJ tag]

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Tuesday, October 9th, 2001
9:19 pm - debut

To get this straight, really straight to the point...
This community is strictly for those who are vexed, aggravated and the likes by these people who took on the roles as political/famous personas in livejournal.com. Feel free to post anything related to the subject.

To be continued...

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Saturday, October 6th, 2001
9:02 am - so what you're saying is...

You don't like the journals where people pretend to be celebrities and political/religious figures?

Sorry if that sounds like a dumb question, but since there aren't any posts here yet I just wanted to make sure we're all on the same page. :)

current mood: curious

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