Nothing was happening anyway. And I wasn't saying anything remotely offensive. Indeed, I was on the receiving end of much rudeness. There's a lot of rude, uppity bitches there.
So I'm back to Plentyoffish. I've used this site for many years and never been banned. So this gives some indication of the moderation system on both sites. Plentyoffish seems to be moderated by well-adjusted adults.
Another big advantage of Plentyoffish is the hidden option. You can hide your profile so people can't search for you. I like this. It's not like women search for guys anyway. None of them women under 200 pounds, anyway. This is a paid feature on Okcupid.
A big disadvantage for Plentyoffish is you can only message people within like 14 years of your age. Something like that. But the vast majority of my replies are from women 22 to 30 anyway. Any younger than that is a real anomoly and indicative of serious mental health problems.
This is the site that I sent the 200 unresponded messages recently. But that was mostly white women. I messaged about five Asian women today and got two positive replies from Filipino women. Yes, these are the worst of the Asians but whatever.
On the flu front, the sore throat has more or less gone away but now I'm coughing, sneezing, and have a runny nose. Not too bad but I'm happy that I don't have to go to work tomorrow. I think I might cancel Wednesday too. Possibly Thursday. Not working Friday anyway because I have a doctor's appointment.
I don't know if it's flu or the cold anyway. I never figured out the distinction.
Aha. This site was very helpful.
This is a textbook cold. That's a relief, I guess.
What else. Oh. Yeah, that women's World Cup. Why is this on? It's totally ruining my tv viewing experience. I usually watch BBC3 in the evenings for Family Guy and American Dad but now there's this gay football crap that not even football fans want to watch. This should be on Dave or something. Not a major channel.
So I'm watching Youtube and listening to wrestling podcasts in the meantime. I haven't even watched wrestling since about 1996 but I like to keep up with the podcasts and I also subscribe to a guy who does wrestling tv show reviews on Youtube. I don't know any of the wrestlers past 1996 but I still like it.
Jim Ross does the best podcast. Then probably Steve Austin. Then Chris Jericho. But the difference in quality between first and second place is huge whereas second and third place is a toss up.
Jim Ross knows his wrestling and is an intelligent guy who knows how to talk and entertain.
Steve Austin just does too many podcasts which sacrifices quality. He does at least four a week (compared to Jim Ross' one a week) and as I said before, Steve Austin will just go on about wanting to install bathroom fixtures in his home and the like. He often doesn't have any guests so it's just him saying whatever pops into his mind.
Chris Jericho is okay but he can be annoying. He talks about his band a lot and has guests from the music world. He clearly thinks of himself as a musician and that's fine but the rest of the world considers him to be a wrestler.
He's also not a bright guy. His interview with Jesse Ventura was a pretty poor performance. He just kept saying, "Wow! Yeah!" instead of asking follow ups. And he thought that the Manhattan Project was something to do with time travel. I think this is based on a movie that was called Manhattan Project or something like this.