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Lessons From a Master Troll

Anonytroll isn't in the same class as Dr. Flonkenstein, but if he keeps refining his technique, he could eventually be pretty good. Important to realize that all those spelling mistakes don't necessarily mean he can't spell. For a troll this kind of stylistic marker may also serve to warn other trolls away, or at any rate that he is "top troll" in this environment -- like bears rubbing their smell on a tree, that sort of thing.

++ for "I am not going to feed this obvious troll." -- for going after tilly instead of fanning the flames in some other direction. After that thoughtful post tilly didn't deserve it.

That said... don't feed the trolls!


In reply to Re: Remain calm and confident in difficult times by Anonymous Monk
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