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  1. In Edinburgh, I joined TalkTalk. Their Internet is painfully slow. Videos on OnlyFans (which is already very slow) and other sites that are faster, don't play beyond 110p. Jesus... Unfortunately, I cannot get fibre, as it's unavailable in my area. But come on. That speed is chronic. LOL. Can you imagine trying to stream on a PS5? The patches for games would take hours to install as well. You would basically have to do this overnight when you are supposed to be asleep. So, meh.
  2. No issues with DF. More so just because I got riled up by folk posting on gaming forums and YouTube. :)
  3. Yeah. Internet people are often hard to please. Sometimes, all you're really doing is showing pride in your passionate posts, and they can be incredibly shallow, not taking you seriously, or just outright being awkward over nothing of consequence. I reckon they just enjoy acting tough with their stupid aliases, because they're talking smack to strangers online. It's mostly anonymous as well. So a lot of the time, they know they can behave that way and not have to face any real backlash, except maybe getting their accounts banned.
  4. Good riddance, as welI. Although I know I said in the past, I would quit message boards and YouTube at the end of X period. But now I believe that I mean it. This is mostly due to a stalking idiot in Australia that I know, who has been constantly following me around on different sites and even using personal info to attack me, and just due to a lack of enjoyment in general... Basically, forums in 2021 are vastly dead, and I think Facebook and Twitter is partly why that is the reality of it all. But it really also depends on the topic at hand in some cases. If it is a niche thing you wish to discuss, I suppose you may just not find there is even much of an audience for it. But if you get no replies, it is a waste of energy to post at all. However, I know that if you go to, for example, gaming forums that are noticeably busy, there is nothing great that becomes of you making the effort to chime in. When you post a new thread saying how you feel about a franchise or something, the corporate kiss ups will usually be quick to jump at you and claim all this stuff about you being a hater, serving as their brand of obvious troll bait. Plus, the activity just isn't there any more, and there is too much arrogance online. Some responses are kind of vaporware and rather generic too, like they just want to get their post count higher by saying one sentence after you took the time to compose a wall of text. And if you go on Google and look up topics covering how forums are dead, so many people who grew up with forums notice that life online now just isn't as interesting. However, not being online would likely make socially inept people feel more isolated, as I guess it offers a little bit of comfort to those who find talking to people in person harder than typing out comments. But quite often, the ignorance from these faceless pseudonyms just doesn't get you anywhere. And YouTube is nothing but ads, shills being paid to get their channels noticed, and there are so many tight rules about what you can publish today. Now they also make you pay a subscription to get past the annoying spam, when you never had to pay a cent in the old days to enjoy videos. It is no longer about being yourself either. You basically took what was the wild west of the web, Google, and wrecked it for money. So shame on you people!
  5. Man, I feel like I'm talking to a brick wall, as nobody acknowledges me these days.
  6. Basically, I called like a billion legal firms over the last X amount of years or whatever, and ended up getting NOWHERE with them each time. My own prior lawyer is a creep too. I provided him with a USB stick containing important proof, and he claims he misplaced it. OK? Then he made sarcastic remarks. Even breached no contact orders to tell jerks on Facebook what I thought of their unique brand of wrecking my life, and this one dude just posted one emoji, laughing. Seriously. They don't even give a damn about the hassle this has caused me for so very long. I was supposed to take ex support workers to court, over some matters from years ago, due to ongoing legal affairs. Yet civil lawyers expect too much cash upfront. And then it's like, £200 an hour. Now obviously if you only gain benefits because of having the misfortune of suffering from an impediment, there would be no way for anybody like me to afford what they request, but legal aid solicitors are vastly useless, because they really don't say or do much at all. I am also tired of calling up 101 to report this Australian idiot who was bothering me on YouTube. I get told, that 4 years of pestering, is "not a police matter". Like, WTF? Apart from that, you really should never trust anybody from this agency known as Autism Initiatives. It is rather seedy, to be honest. Because years ago, I had a guy emailing me weird emails about a wrestler and my ex, and he talked about music he was aware that I like, making insensitive comments. He eventually left, but whatever, right? He was being out of order, was hereby put in a position of responsibility, and needs to be barred from all future care agencies. And not too long ago, I was seeing a girl, and her mother got mad, all due to her being younger than me... To make matters worse, I was trying to be an extra in these no name films, and had people threatening me a lot and blacklisting me, who I did not know, but they seemingly know an actress who does not like me. Can you believe that nonsense? But after I said things in response to them, they said I was "harassing" them, and got NCOs on a silver platter, while I got grief, yet again. And the pigs are clearly biased, think it's okay to break into your flat for something that happened a year previously, and then not explain what the charge is at the station. Like, holy cow here. It's just one totally ridiculous event after another, for like 10 years by this stage, because people target me. I even hate my own family now. Nobody listens, and I don't even have a social life whatsoever. It is just so annoying being treated like trash by so many fools today...
  7. I finally caught up with The Walking Dead. I am really enjoying it, and Eugene has finally met his love interest. But I'm surprised that Maggie hasn't capped Negan yet. That evil smile just gets to ya!
  8. Just found out recently that the movie reboot now has Wesker (a white villain) as a black guy. Jill (another iconic character) is now Hispanic. Uh... okay. Not to mention, the games are just TERRIBLE now. Not exactly unplayable, I'd say. But the story is something I care about, and it's now basically being rendered as a hot pile of garbage. And the remakes had TONS of cut content, and the mood was not as unique in the RE2 remake, as it was walking around the police station in the original 1998 version. Unfortunately, fanboys on the Internet will always hate on RE3, while constantly praising RE2. So pointing that out to them falls on deaf ears. This is regardless of the version. But yes. The RE3 remake was a disgrace. The series has been an action series with nothing scary, since RE4 came out in 2005. But at least RE4 was a little bit scary, and it's also a long and fun game. However, games in the horror genre should not have merchants and a currency system involved. If you remember the golden heyday of horror games, you had to find stuff and make it all count. There wasn't some creepy random salesman there to trade items with you. And how they can travel around unnoticed baffles me. These days, they make it that enemies you dispatch can drop money and ammo. So I mean, that's just NOT survival horror. Also, most of the games today consist of you just blasting waves of werewolf looking things or villagers, to proceed to the next area, while dealing with the occasional hulking boss. So it's not even atmospheric in the sense that you feel overwhelmed by not knowing what is coming, as you know it's there. Also, with this RE Engine, they scan people's faces. So they got an actor to model Chris Redfield in RE7, which is considered a "soft reboot" of the franchise. Only that guy didn't look like the actor who was in RE5 and 6, so no one liked the change. No one! Although the graphics are great, Capcom makes everything look ugly. Naughty Dog (who created The Last of Us) does their games in a way where day and night is just as beautiful. But people always overlook the second game, because Joel [Miller] died, and they complain that Abby looks like a man. And well, I'm sure you get the picture.
  9. I play mostly survival horror games. Unfortunately, I closed another YouTube account. This guy called Alfred Gimpy keeps on following me around online, doing things to get my attention. He edits the same wiki pages that I do, so he gets subscribed to them. This means if I edit any page that he did too, he gets an email that I made a contribution. Then he closes these accounts he signed up, only to register even more. But besides doing pointless things like that, he posts my address on live streams if I play games on my PS4, or if I use a screen recorder on any of my phones, when I am playing pool on Miniclip. He's just doing all of this because he's a fruitcake.
  10. The stalker actually abuses me on YouTube, and emailed me the other night, after harassing me on Miniclip. I think I better get reporting him soon. The only problem is, I reside in Scotland. He is in New Zealand, I believe.
  11. I am only active on three forums now, and one wiki, about horror films. Yet I'm plagued by a stalker on that wiki, who leaves stupid anonymous comments, and he was bothering me on other forums with multiple profiles. When this crazy Kiwi gets caught out though, he tries to move his profiles to new names, yet he forgets there are still breadcrumbs that lead back to him because of his edits. While I do occasionally post on some other forums, like this one, I'm usually only on three forums about gaming, and I'd say they're all dead, apart from being attended by a few posters who submit pointless three word replies here and there. It's nothing that makes conversing with anybody really worth your while anyway. Once 'the honeymoon phase' is over with some newer games, I don't see a lot of people posting on them much anymore. Now that I don't have broadband, and have to use mobile data to access the Internet, I cannot get videos to play in full HD or even medium or low quality, and downloading games I find now takes me days, as I only have 4G speed. Broadcasting games is also out of the question, as it's not likely I'll be able to achieve a stable enough connection, and be cut off so constantly, making it a chore to bother with. And of course, many gaming forums as I pointed out, are dead now. So you kind of have to reply to video comments on YouTube, and build up a thread that way, weeding through all the ridiculous posts from trolls. All the decent responses get buried, so again, is it worth the hassle to participate in such groups? The more active forums like GameFAQs really, really should be avoided. Trying to have a worthwhile conversation with any users on that site, is akin to trying to get blood from a stone. They're all degenerates, and likely shills, so they won't care about anything you say in any case. I've seen other users engaging with them, as if they need to get the last word in, and I'm thinking, "Why take the bait?" But one of the reasons I gave up on anxiety and autism forums, was due to the sheer amount of people on them who implied I was nuts (or the culprit). I've posted quite a number of threads on them, explaining stuff about my problems, and only about 2 in every 50 users understand where I'm coming from. I'd re-registered on one forum I had not been on for like 4 years after being banned, and somehow after I posted with a new identity, they immediately remembered who I was. Like, I got kind of mad at them again because I felt like they were not interested in what I had to say when I went into this long winded rant about what had been going on. They were being awkward and unhelpful. I'd go into this long tangent about how I got betrayed by my former support workers, and I even described some of the (in my view) heinous things they did to me, such as one guy emailing me with a nickname years ago, and with me getting lied to about two women who didn't want to support me again, and whatnot. Both of which, are pretty bad incidents from the perspective of a client, actually. All they did was say I did this, this, and this, appearing to be fully disinterested in accepting that they did bad things to me first. All the bother with these so-called support workers actually lead to a number of jail terms for me, and all manner of stress, because I felt I needed closure, and I kept contacting them when I wasn't supposed to. Now I don't even have any support, and my mother does everything for me. My older mate just lives up the road, but I seldom ever see him nowadays. To be honest, I started to think he was avoiding me. In recent years, I realised I was 'getting on a bit', age-wise, even though I'm only 34. Well, I decided to try my hand at acting ages ago, since everyone loves movies, and I always felt that if you cannot be a good actor for whatever reason, there's nothing wrong with being in films as an extra. I'd did acting years ago in an amateur class for disabled people at a college, but then I didn't do anything like that for long enough because of having anxiety issues, and I had a hard time after losing my support and being reunited with my ex after nearly 7 years, who from that point onward, kept on scamming me until she just eventually exited my life again. It was hellish, I tell you. But finally, I started getting some small extra roles in movies; I landed minor roles in a few full length movies, and also some short films. In fact, I was meant to get a speaking part in a Christian film, yet my scenes were edited down heavily, to the point where I felt like I'd wasted my time. I've had to suffer with people slandering me online, which has affected my acting ambitions greatly and caused so many setbacks. Like, I know the people who did it before, and they're actually still at it. I've donated money on sites like Indiegogo, hoping I'd get to appear in these low budget films in a small capacity, and then I've been purposefully 'bumped' because someone was spreading stories to other producers, and as a result, I have gotten nowhere. Recently, I compiled some list of what I could have been in, and there's like 40 films I missed out on being a part of. They didn't refund the money either, and I don't know if now is a good time to take the matter up as a small claims case. It's bad right now, as practically all businesses are closed due to the coronavirus commotion. In the past, I called so many legal firms and even recorded me speaking to them so I could prove how annoying the process is. Nobody was able to help, or they asked for way too much money. In general, a lot of people I've met in real life have taking the biscuit with me, like people in general, care personnel, co-workers, escorts, Internet losers, and doctors. At my age, I feel like it's not healthy to be sitting online all day long moping over the past, but it's the only socialising I am able to get. After all of this nonsense with being hurt by people, it has kind of made me just not care anymore. And I think about my mother loads, too. She is 66 now, and I think in a few more years, she will probably not be able to get out much. Even now, she cannot walk long distances. My sister cannot even help me now, as she is housebound due to a disability, and is going through a custody battle with no solicitor to back her up. It's just gotten pretty dull, and 2020 already sucks. And when it comes to acting, I don't have an agent to find me any decent jobs. Extra work is sort of meaningless, because you're just on the screen for a few seconds in the background doing nothing, and nobody is fussy about that type of stuff. I'm not able to travel anywhere, which might have been an option had I been able to go further away. My criminal record means I can't be in mainstream movies, and the local filming crowd are blackballing me on the indie scene, which I cannot always prove outright. So, I reckon it's a lost cause now that the doomsday is nigh. I'm not so sure you can even sue somebody either, unless you have a lot of dough in the bank. Even so. That's not going to stop anybody from doing it again.
  12. I've made three prior parts, but I think this is the best one. The film focuses on two guys who cannot escape a house. We unearth a plot by a demon. In the end, we have to deal with a clown, our evil twins, and the demon, in order to escape. It's a good laugh... https://archive.org/details/thedulveyestatethefinalchapterextendedcut
  13. I'd rather be on a dating site for people with autism or disabilities, than squander my energy on Facebook and similar sites. These people seem to be more mutually respectful and sympathetic than many neurotypical people are. Not that I like using that term much.
  14. Remember the days when you could use custom HTML with Myspace? By the way, avoid Android devices like the plague. They are very sluggish. I'm using a tablet that has Android, and Google operates Android. Google are notorious for spying on your activities online. I'm not able to easily install any apps either. The external keyboard I attached also has very hard, sensitive keys. What takes me seconds on a laptop takes minutes with this piece of trash. There's an issue where it gets stuck at the 'waiting for 'download' part. When I did a search on Google, so many people have been complaining about the same sort of issues, wondering why this is still ongoing. You're meant to be able to rectify this by clearing the Google Play Store cache, but when I tried that, clicking the 'cache' button wouldn't work. I'm not impressed with Android at all. Also, I use mobile data from my phone with USB tethering, yet the speed is pretty decent. Some sites cannot be accessed unless I enable a VPN, though, because O2 blocks adult sites. Don't use free browser based anonymity sites. They can contain viruses and these annoying ads cover the screen.
  15. I liked Bebo. Never really been keen on Facebook much.
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