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Comments (9)

Nadra Enzi aka Capt. Black said

at 11:51 am on Mar 3, 2009


Citizen Smoke said

at 12:51 pm on Mar 3, 2009

Nadra Enzi aka Capt. Black said

at 3:57 pm on Mar 3, 2009

You must be kidding?

David Nemo said

at 6:06 am on May 20, 2009

Hey Chaps,

another new Real Life Super Hero Wiki is Available at: http://www.herosyndicate.com/index.php?title=Main_Page
If any of you would care to add you profiles there as well, you will need to register at the http://therlsh.net

Kindest Regards ~ David

ThePatriot said

at 8:23 am on Aug 25, 2009


Gee let's advertise for the competition on this guys forums why don't you?

Superman said

at 9:47 am on Aug 25, 2009

sounds like a plan to me so here goes

Greetings all Superman here,

I am working with Broken Spirit and we have made significant progress in setting things up. As most folks in the RLSH movement already have a yahoo ID of some sort we started out with a yahoo group site. The location is http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/TheSuperComputerClub/ . A link on that group site leads to the rest of the operation. It includes a bulletin board, chat room and guest book. Interested parties are encouraged to sign up on the yahoo site, the bulletin board, the chat room and the guest book. The chatroom on this site differs from others in you can not only chat anonymously but you can also register your chat name reserving it and have a personal icon of your choosing beside your reserved name in the chat. Needless to say I reserved Superman for myself. L.O.L. I like the idea of reserved names in a chat
(kind of like reserving your name on aboard / forum) as you know who you are talking to then. You have to remember that the RLSH movement as it is today sprang up on and is still largely maintained over the Internet. These days just about everything passes through the Internet at one point or another. Truly bad people use it to rob and threaten honest citizens and perverts use it to prey on small children. These are exactly the kind of people REAL LIFE SUPER HEROES are sworn to battle and protect people from.

Superman said

at 9:48 am on Aug 25, 2009

The absolute worst that any bad person can do to you on line is screw with your computer. Anyone not willing to risk damage to a computer to save their fellow humans isn’t any kind of a hero in my book. Let alone a super one. This also opens up a Proactive Super Hero role to folks who can’t suit up and go on patrols for whatever reason. If you are reading this you obviously have a computer, an on line connection and a desire to help your fellow human beings. The only exceptions would be the lurkers. wannabes and trolls that seem to try and pollute all portions of the Internet. Any additional training or resources will be provided as part of the project. Make no mistake about it. The Internet is a viable battlefield that needs defending from evil. As part of a Super Hero’s credo is to fight evil at every turn I am expecting a significant response.


PS busting this into 2 sections was my little way of getting past the word limit in here.

ThePatriot said

at 12:57 am on Jan 18, 2010


You know it used to be when someone messed with your computer the just wanted to damage it. Now they want to steal your identity, and take all your money in the bank. A superheroes identity is there most important posession.

ThePatriot said

at 5:43 pm on Jan 18, 2010

P.S. Another thing is there is a hack now where a guy can get your location then show up with a pizza. So it might be good to be awware of these things.

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