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prodding?? hpw do I tell if its a troll

alaaosh (777456) writes | more than 10 years ago

User Journal 2

I don't think I'll ever understand slashdot, I stopped hating it after the interview but its still confusing.

so superyooser put this in his journal, what does it all mean?

is he/she a troll?

if not what is the meaning of this discussion.

if yes? who won?

I don't think I'll ever understand slashdot, I stopped hating it after the interview but its still confusing.

so superyooser put this in his journal, what does it all mean?

is he/she a troll?

if not what is the meaning of this discussion.

if yes? who won?

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2 comments

He is a religious fanatic and a troll. (1)

molo (94384) | more than 10 years ago | (#9161880)

He is a religious fanatic and a troll.

Don't let him bother you. Crazy people are everywhere.

-molo

He's a compulsive biggot (1)

admbws (600017) | more than 10 years ago | (#9244113)

I made the mistake of trying to reason with him a while back. He dismissed the original argument, made an ad hominem attack on the British media and finished with an apocalypic prophecy. Never again!
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