(Today, 02:33 AM)Below Average Genius Wrote:
(05-04-2019, 08:04 PM)Nomadictraveller Wrote: Popular conspiracy forums are imploding at a fast pace and this place has so much potential yet so little traffic, why is that?
I would spend so much time here if more people created more threads, worthy stuff, creative stuff, crazy stuff, outside the box stuff.
And beware of an incoming tsunami of desperate flat earth refugees surfing that wave.
Bottom line is, I loved this site years ago (Aside from Fatima and that other one), and think it has so much potential.
So why not group together and invite more members, and create more threads and make Kritterbox a happening place instead of the sleepy hollow it is in real life?
Octo and JayRodney, lets get this place rockin by bringing in more traffic.
Thus far there are zero new threads from Nomadictraveler. Didn't s/he say there should be three times the number of new threads if this place is to become a go to place? Does anyone recall seeing a reply from him or her other than on this thread?
Come on in, Nomadictraveler. The water is fine (except for maybe in Finland where the water is mostly stiff.
Not very good at remembering passwords, as a retired security guy, I know that leaving written passwords next to your computer is not a good idea.
I am still faithful to the kritterbox army and still part of my morning routine while drinking my cup of tea in the morning, anonymously.
I remember posting both beautiful pictures of my travels and also having late night drunken meltdowns over people spamming their versions of whatever gods they believe in.
Friends back home thought I was living the dream, and I guess I did for a few years, but traveling non stop for 5 years alone can take its toll on the mind, especially when you spend long periods of time in parts of the world where nobody speaks English and you are the only westerner.
I vaguely remember posting some horrible stuff here being angry at at the two religious posters. I was on Tioman island in Eastern Malaysia, it was Christmas and the monsoon season was in full swing, only backpacker on a predominantly Muslim part of the world on Christmas day with nonstop massive rains.
I drank 2 bottles of wine that day, lucky for me there was a small Chinese shop nearby and Tioman does not have Sharia law.
Long story short, I was impressed I did not get banned the next day, because I took out my frustrations on a few religious people here.
Sorry about that.