To the HCV's. . .



I, Kapow, wanted to make a quick statement: Home Community Volunteers, you are not special. You are not important. You are useless. We, the Home community, have no need for you. Stop being arrogant. Stop being pretentious. Stop.

Hmmm, I see I was a little vague when I said, "I've never met one before." What I meant was, I had never actually seen one inside of Home before. In the 'wild'. I've seen things they've written in the forums and twitter and such. Many of them have their accounts private for this very reason. I guess they're not very confident in themselves to not post things that will fuck 'em over. But the point is, yea, of course you'll see them in the forums giving each other kudos' and playing tiddlywinks and what-not, but they are supposed to help people in Home. Which is kind of hard when they're all in one instance playing grab ass with their friends. Seriously, if you're not "in the know," good luck finding one. They're like the fucking Blue Footed Bubi or something.

Yea, that about sums it all up.


19 comments:

  1. I've only run into Voozi and she was awesome. If the HCV program was full of Voozies we'd be set.

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  2. we can only hope, i think. i've never met her haha

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  3. Feb 15 kapow writes on twitter. ''HCVs are a gee-oak. useless, pretentious people they are.'' interesting that he never met one? how can he know about them and not know or have met any of them?

    not posting this are you? jersquall obviously was making a point.

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  4. http://boardsus.playstation.com/playstation/board/message?board.id=ps3home&thread.id=897844

    Yeah... they're ALL pretentious assholes, none of them think about the community or voice any concerns about Home. They all just kiss ass to get what they want... Right... Makes for good news for you anyway.

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  5. i've seen them in the forums and seen what they write. i guess i should've specified more:

    i had never seen one IN Home until then.

    hope that clears things up for you person who keeps notes of things i say on twitter. i love you.

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  6. anon 10:39 makes a point though. How can you speak as if you know them but say you never met one? I'm just asking..

    -Anonoman

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  7. There once were many people who believed and passionately supported the Nazi party in Germany. In current day there are still a few Nazis out there. I've never met a Nazi myself, but with enough public information I can make an educated decision that Nazis are dicks

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  8. What? I love you too cutie man you! Whats that have to do with anything?

    -Anonoman

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  9. just sounds like he's jealous to me. The HCV's do a lot for Home.

    And claiming he's have never randomly seen a HCV in Home is like me saying I've never seen a needle in a hay stack!

    I see them all the time at events! user events and official events. If he's never seen a HCV in Playstation Home its because he doesn't want to.

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  10. HCVs like BitRunner are helpful, but then there's also people like Conrad_Max, whose behaviour is actually detrimental to Home and the forums.

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  11. Yes, and I've heard that Mrs_Laporta has been seen wearing hacked clothes. Has anyone else seen this? And if true, is it good for Sony, Home and the HCV program for a volunteer to be seen wearing hacked clothing?

    I think its bad enough that Chronosviper WANTS to do it, but really bad if Mrs_Laports is actually doing it.

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  12. The whole lot of them are useless. It's a stupid program full of stupid people. WAKE UP SONY.

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  13. A quick question that's been burning me lately. Do you judge every group of people by the actions of one or two in it? I've been following what's been said about Mrs_L, Conrad, and Jersquall here. Yeah, I have to shake my head at that kind of stuff too. That's not EVERYONE in the group though. Every group is going to have its bad eggs. If you were in such a program you'd have to deal with it too. When you kids gets done with school, get out in the work force, and start working for a few businesses you're going to see that one or two people in every org chart that bring everyone else done and you can't do much about it, even if you complain about them to management. It's unfortunate, but it's a reality when it comes to working in a team environment. However, this will mostly fall on deaf ears I feel because you have this built up hatred that you wish to gain support for and you've already been called out for not knowing them but claiming that you're some kind of expert.

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  14. I love the guys behind the Guide shirt, but i hate the program itself. It does no good on Home. It is only a source of complaints, but with no benefit to counter the trouble it causes. Out of all the hassle and complaints and jealousy and whining, there is nothing the HCV program does that makes it worth the baggage it carries. It’s weighing home down. The program could disappear tomorrow and . . . would anyone care? If the HCVs went away, would it effect Home any? I think it would, because I think the complaints, and views of elitism and corruption and perception of favoritism and foul play would all disappear wit the program.

    Already, most of the HCV have disappeared. How many do we have? 6? The list on the forums says around 16, but where r they? Only 6 of those users actually turn on their ps3s. And no body misses them, to the extent of their HCV duties being fulfilled. I know allot of people miss the actual user's themselves cause they used to be active in the community, but as far as their HCV role is concerned, does them not being on home effect anything? No. I think we would rather have those active Home and forum users back in the place of some HCV seat filler who does nothing or nothing but wear a shirt that says guide and answer the question of how they got their shirt.

    The guys behind the shirt are good people who want to help Home. They really do want to help Home, those that are left. But they did more good as active users who breed polite and respectful discussion than they are as guides. Because the HCV program isn’t helping, its hindering. Its a target for attack, rather than a beckon of Hope and promise. And it never will be, cause whether we like it or not, it elevates certain users above others, and at a time, it was needed to create some form of Home celebrity, cause people eat that shit up, and the HCV could help be an extension of the HCMs to help with the interaction users grave from the Home Populars and staff. But its unsuccessful in that attempt, and is actually counter productive in that role.

    Its an epic debacle and the plug needs to be pulled now before it continues to slowly bleed out home. Stop this slow death, and cut the program already.

    That’s my personal feeling

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  15. Wanted to apply for HCV some time ago. Didn't.
    Figured being HCV and Homeling wouldn't mesh.
    Have met some of them and can't say that there are any met, that are unlikable. Except maybe one or two, but will keep that personal information for now.
    Have actually seen one of the HCVs cruising around saying "who want's a tour of such n such space?" and he was giving tours to anyone who requested. That kind of thing is beneficial to the Home community. That is the kind of thing that HCVs should be doing on a regular basis.
    That being said, have no idea what is actually expected of them by Home Management.

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  16. HCV is gay..Homelings are gayer...

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  17. @ Anonymous,
    Wow... just wow...
    obviously someone is unhappy about something...
    ... hug?

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  18. i'll take a hug :)

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