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HauntingShe falls down, And he's not aroundAnd why do people just stareWell its night now, and shes still downAnd no one feels her painNow the lights are off and the doors closedAnd she realises she is all aloneShe trys to sleep but the noises keepOn haunting her every word they speakWell mornings here, and she's on her feetAnd she's struggling to get homeBut all the streets look the same andThe nights here againNow the lights are off and the doors closedAnd she realises she is all aloneShe trys to sleep but the noises keepOn haunting her every word they speakShe falled victimShe belived in loveShe became depndentNow she cant go onNow the lights are off and the doors closedAnd she realises she is all aloneShe trys to sleep but the noises keepOn haunting her every word they speak
How Not To Be a N00BWe've all seen them. N00bs. The lowest of the low on the internet, despised and bashed from all sides by older "elitist" forumers and chatters.Although I don't condone this kind of treatment of the newbies on the internet, I do realize that there's little I can do to help that on the veterans' end. I can, however, do my best to educate newbies in how to at least make themselves look intellectual.All right, down to business:1) Don't post in all caps. Phrases and sentences written in all capital letters is the internet equivalent of shouting at someone. Whole posts written in nothing but caps looks idiotic at best, regardless of your mood when posting. Its also harder to read. If you need to post a rant, please don't do it with CAPSLOCK on.2) You don't need 45 exclamation points or 30 question marks to get your point across. The more marks you put at the end of a sentence, the greater the emotion of the statement, but ending any sentence with a conga line of !s and ?s is extrem