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Japan harassment website takes complaints to extremes

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This is going to be fun.

Every time some do gooder lefty tries to tell me how I should or shouldn't act I'm going to send them one of these.

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Burning BushToday  07:02 am JST

This is going to be fun.

Every time some do gooder lefty tries to tell me how I should or shouldn't act I'm going to send them one of these.

You're going to deliberately misuse a system in order to file false complaints about an innocent person just because you don't like ever being told you can do better than you are now?

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Friggin' great idea.

But what's with all the supplements?

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For me, it is called spamming...

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Every time some do gooder lefty tries to tell me how I should or shouldn't act I'm going to send them one of these.

Those damn do-gooders with their annoying good-doing. The world would be so much better if people just stopped doing good.

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It’s an online way to do what can be done in real world that’s it. It’ll give you some convenience at best. There’s a human behind every computer or smartphone screen. Things will change when the actions and reactions of those humans are the most appropriate for every case and situation.

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This will end well.

Get ready for email alerts that you had a different opinion than some quivering bowl of jelly who gets triggered by loud noises.

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I think this could be useful to put someone on notice that what they are doing is perceived as harassing by another person.

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I don't think this would help, you should tell the person in person, and if do you think an email will stop them? And this service could be used to spam people. For example, I could just write a script to continuously send requests to the service and in turn it will send the message to the email I specify. I haven't tried this though, they might have a limit.

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