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The thread before what did you do today

#1 Unread post by logitech101 »

A few years ago i did something horrible and now i want to set things straight and apologize.

Some of you may remember logitech104. Well she is not real. There was no crash, I made everything up. I don't know what was wrong with me, maybe I wanted attention, or maybe i didn't feel loved, but I am so so sorry to everyone who had to read what i wrote.
I am sorry to the admin for doing that on his forum, but i am especially sorry to koss, who "shelly" had made good friends with and broke his heart. I am so sorry koss, and i hope that i might get a chance to make it up to you.

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Yeah we know. We found that out when our members did research on sending money to help with funerary expenses, then found out there was no 104.

I know I speak for myself, and I feel safe in saying a few others when I say GTFO here.
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Yeah we all know about it. I seriously doubt anyone could go through a front windshield much less the front and back. Ignorant storytelling. Im not gonna say whether you should stay or go but Im sure the admins can make a good decision.
I'm not opposed to doing stupid dodo from time to time but I draw the line at fudging with peoples emotions and their money. Trying to take advantage of people, that's about as low as it gets.
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Does take a certain amount of courage to admit you did wrong. At least you came clean, took a long time, but you are here. You pulled a lot of peoples emotions though, so don't expect a quick fix.
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So what do you want.
People say I'm stupid and apathetic. I don't know what that means, and I don't care.
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NorthernPete wrote:Does take a certain amount of courage to admit you did wrong. At least you came clean, took a long time, but you are here. You pulled a lot of peoples emotions though, so don't expect a quick fix.
I agree with NorthernPete, but it IS a step in the right direction and I applaude you for taking that logitech101 (I won't put your name here, but I do know it). If you want to "clear the slate" then it will take some time and hard work to convince people you are not a bad person and are truly sorry, even then, some won't believe you but "Time heals all wounds".

Welcome back and remember from the past to improve the future.

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#7 Unread post by logitech101 »

fireguzzi, the first part is true, and i am very sorry, but the last part is not. I did not ask for anyone's money. I never wanted it nor did i need it. What i really wanted back then was to just disappear. Knowing that i was living a lie, i stupidly thought that making up that story was the quickest way to end the lie. and i want you guys to know how horrible of a person i think i am for doing that to you, and johnj, what i am seeking, is your forgiveness, and to confess the truth. Wrider, I am sorry for what i did to you, i don't plan on staying.

if anyone knows how to contact koss, would you please tell him to read this, for koss's sake.

Mike, im using a proxy. I moved, but I don't want anymore trouble.

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Evan you shouldn't be seeking my forgiveness, as you haven't done anything to me. And was confession good for you too. BTW we haven't heard from koss since May of 08.
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logitech101 wrote:Mike, im using a proxy. I moved, but I don't want anymore trouble.
No worries, I just needed to verify that it was indeed you (and it is). The proxy threw me off as it wasn't the same country. I wouldn't worry about using a proxy on Total Motorcycle, no one other than me or my mods can actually see your IP and I don't look nor collect or keep IP addresses here.

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I am genuinely pleased for your own sake that you are now able to realise your mistakes and step up the plate and apologise. What you did really sucks but I know you don't you need me or anyone else to tell you that, you've figured it out for yourself. What you will never fully know is the stress and trauma that you caused many of us, but most of all Mike & I as we had to deal with the situation. I sat beside Mike as he placed the phone call to your house to speak to you and your father and it was like driving a stake through our hearts.

If you are still thinking about this after the past few years it obviously has taught you a massive lesson in life. You can't change the past so move forward and know what to do better next time.

Best of luck.
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fireguzzi wrote:Yeah we all know about it. I seriously doubt anyone could go through a front windshield much less the front and back. Ignorant storytelling.
Fireguzzi, during inital investigation we found that the story was copied from a website, he didn't make it up himself...

Logitech's story:
"Me and my friend Steven are going down Boulder Canyon. I pull out to pass a long line of cars whose speed is about 35-40 mph. And I’m bent on catching up with steven who is several cars ahead of me. I’d had so much fun the last few times we’d been out and was really gaining a lot of confidence and had done a lot of passing and merging. So when I came up on this big line of cars, knowing it was my last long passing stretch..."

and from another website (page is no longer active):
"We're going down Boulder Canyon. I pull out to pass a long line of cars whose speed is about 35-40 mph. And I’m hellbent on catching up with Erik who is several cars ahead of me. I’d had so much fun the last few times we’d been out and was really gaining a lot of confidence and had done a lot of passing and merging. So when I came up on this big line of cars, knowing it was my last long passing stretch..."
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#12 Unread post by Loonette »

Well, here's a blast from the past, eh? I was never as emotionally attached to you or your fictitious sister as someone like Koss was, but the ripple effect was definitely felt throughout this community. It's like I tell my kids... once you lie to me, it takes a very long time to rebuild trust. But I have to continue raising my kids and to live with them until I send them off into the world as adults. With you, however, I have no investment. I don't need to trust you, as you are not a part of my life. However, I know what it's like to screw up - it takes a lot to step forward with an actual confession and to attempt to make amends. Some won't forgive you, but that's their choice. YOU have to make the choice to forgive yourself and move forward with your life.

For what it's worth - I'm a believer that very few people in the world are actually "bad". Mostly, we live in a world where good people make terrible choices - and then have to live with the consequences of their choices. Feeling bad or guilty is a good thing. It shows that you care about others - you just got caught up in a very poor choice. I hope for you and your family that you have grown from the experience and that you are able to create healthy, honest relationships with people. Good luck to you.

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#13 Unread post by blues2cruise »

Hey Evan. Long time no see. The last email you sent you said you were going to Alaska. Did you ever get there?
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