Linked by Howard Fosdick on Wed 25th Jan 2012 06:58 UTC
Editorial Why do people troll? Can we prevent trolling or limit the damage trolls do? Here are some thoughts on trollology derived from academic studies and web research.
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RE[4]: OverANALizing
by jimmmy on Wed 25th Jan 2012 20:13 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: OverANALizing"
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I'm not sure ones opinion can or can not "stand".

And the sky is bright green with purple stripes, in my opinion. Because it's an opinion I can't be faulted even if the opinion is based on a fallacy. I'll just call any attempt to point out the fallacy a "difference of opinion" to nullify the points I can't counter.

Clever deflection. Now stop trolling and tell me how one's personal boredom justifies unwelcome or harmful behavior.

Respond or don't but unless you bring something meaningful to the discussion, I won't be responding further.

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