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people who post things online

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me 2 know

Lafayette, LA

#1 Dec 30, 2008
this is for those people who have nothing better to do but post negitive things about someone eles just remeber what you post online can always be traced back to you by your ip address
Totally Agree

Crowley, LA

#2 Dec 30, 2008
People should always post facts, not lies, and even though they are facts, it doesn't mean they can't be sue'd for causing people lots of stress, or even maybe more than that. They really need to wake up!
Preacher

United States

#4 Dec 31, 2008
I've been trying to get that point across for some time now, but I'm not having much luck. It sees some folks aren't happy unless they are tearing someone down.
Far Far Far Away

Rayne, LA

#5 Dec 31, 2008
Preacher wrote:
I've been trying to get that point across for some time now, but I'm not having much luck. It sees some folks aren't happy unless they are tearing someone down.
We love to tear people down.
far far away

Murfreesboro, TN

#6 Dec 31, 2008
Far Far Far Away wrote:
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We love to tear people down.
They say imitation is the most sincer form of flattery, even though it usually comes across as slightly pathetic.
I build people up, I have never said an unkind word about anybody accept Mr. Ego and that was all true in my opinion. Find somebody else to pick on.
Uncle

Rayne, LA

#7 Dec 31, 2008
far far away wrote:
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They say imitation is the most sincer form of flattery, even though it usually comes across as slightly pathetic.
I build people up, I have never said an unkind word about anybody accept Mr. Ego and that was all true in my opinion. Find somebody else to pick on.
I think what he was trying to say is to go far far far away. Far far away is not far enough. He wasn't imitating you he was making fun of you Fluezy.
Troll Patrol

United States

#8 Dec 31, 2008
Uncle wrote:
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I think what he was trying to say is to go far far far away. Far far away is not far enough. He wasn't imitating you he was making fun of you Fluezy.
Ignoring

The key to trolls is their social inadequacy - once rumbled, they quickly go rabid - and their lack of intelligence. Let's face it, no intelligent person would bother. This means that any response is a response to a sad thicko; why bother?

There is no better way to shift a troll from a newsgroup than simply to ignore it. Sometimes, that is not possible; perhaps it has succeeeded in upsetting people.

It can be tempting to play games with the troll, they are easy to wind up, and watching them in contortions of fury feels like justice. But think before you do this - not out of mercy to the slug - but because it is boring at best for your fellow members, and irritating at worst; you may be labelled a troll yourself. Best to ignore.
Troll Patrol

United States

#9 Dec 31, 2008
far far away wrote:
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They say imitation is the most sincer form of flattery, even though it usually comes across as slightly pathetic.

I build people up, I have never said an unkind word about anybody accept Mr. Ego and that was all true in my opinion. Find somebody else to pick on.
How can troll posts be recognised?

No Imagination - Most are frighteningly obvious; sexist comments on nurses' groups, blasphemy on religious groups .. I kid you not.

Pedantic in the Extreme - Many trolls' preparation is so thorough, that while they waste time, they appear so ludicrous from the start that they elicit sympathetic mail - the danger is that once the group takes sides, the damage is done.

False Identity - Because they are cowards, trolls virtually never write over their own name, and often reveal their trolliness (and lack of imagination) in the chosen ID. As so many folk these days use false ID, this is not a strong indicator on its own!

Crossposting - Any post that is crossposted to several groups should be viewed as suspicious, particularly if unrelated or of opposing perspective. Why would someone do that?

Off-topic posting - Often genuine errors, but, if from an 'outsider' they deserve matter-of-fact response; if genuine, a brief apposite response is simply netiquette; if it's a troll post, you have denied it its reward.
Repetition of a question or statement is either a troll - or a pedant; either way, treatment as a troll is effective.

Missing The Point - Trolls rarely answer a direct question - they cannot, if asked to justify their twaddle - so they develop a fine line in missing the point.

Thick or Sad - Trolls are usually sad, lonely folk, with few social skills; they rarely make what most people would consider intelligent conversation. However, they frequently have an obsession with their IQ and feel the need to tell everyone. This is so frequent, that it is diagnostic! Somewhere on the web there must be an Intelligence Test for Trolls - rigged to always say "above 150"
Troll Patrol

United States

#10 Dec 31, 2008
Far Far Far Away wrote:
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We love to tear people down.
the term "troll" can mean a number of different things, but in essence, a troll is a person who aims to have 'pleasure' at your expense. There are two main types of trolls:

people who have the psychological need to feel good by making others feel bad.

This is a sort of "psycho troll", whose deception involves deceiving themselves as well as others. Such people may use their real names on the internet, and they may not even realise that they are "trolling" because it is all subconscious.
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#12 Oct 10, 2009
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Preacher

White Castle, LA

#13 Oct 11, 2009
By definition we have a lot of Trolls on here.
lala

Wausau, WI

#14 Oct 25, 2009


This too, makes the audience curious and it captivates their attention more. The use of invisible props can really interact with audience’s minds in a great way.
Besides having invisible props, another best way Wilder engages the audience is during the play, in Act II, when a wedding took place. It’s organized on stage in a way that the audience appears to be part of the wedding. By being part of the wedding, the audience will feel more connected. The arrangement of the stage is described,“They arrange the pews for the church in the center of the stage. The congregation will sit facing the back wall. The aisle of the church starts at the center of the back wall and comes toward the audience.”(74). By having the stage arrange that way, the audience will feel like they are actually at the wedding. The audience will be able to make better connections to their own life to the play. They will feel and remember what being at a wedding is like. Moreover, another reason the wedding engages the audience is when one of the characters speaks to the audience,“…I suppose there’s nothing to cry about…there was Emily eating her breakfast as she’s done for seventeen years and now she’s going off to eat in someone else’s house…”(76). Speaking directly to the audience shows you want their attention. It is just like talking to friends telling them how you feel. The audience will listen and ponder on their feelings. They can either relate to it or anticipate about it. The wedding scene did many things to help apply thoughts for the audience.
Overall, Wilder’s goal to engage the audience in the play is well presented by both the invisible props and the having the wedding in such a way.
deerslayer

Youngsville, LA

#15 Oct 26, 2009
lala wrote:
This too, makes the audience curious and it captivates their attention more. The use of invisible props can really interact with audience’s minds in a great way.
Besides having invisible props, another best way Wilder engages the audience is during the play, in Act II, when a wedding took place. It’s organized on stage in a way that the audience appears to be part of the wedding. By being part of the wedding, the audience will feel more connected. The arrangement of the stage is described,“They arrange the pews for the church in the center of the stage. The congregation will sit facing the back wall. The aisle of the church starts at the center of the back wall and comes toward the audience.”(74). By having the stage arrange that way, the audience will feel like they are actually at the wedding. The audience will be able to make better connections to their own life to the play. They will feel and remember what being at a wedding is like. Moreover, another reason the wedding engages the audience is when one of the characters speaks to the audience,“…I suppose there’s nothing to cry about…there was Emily eating her breakfast as she’s done for seventeen years and now she’s going off to eat in someone else’s house…”(76). Speaking directly to the audience shows you want their attention. It is just like talking to friends telling them how you feel. The audience will listen and ponder on their feelings. They can either relate to it or anticipate about it. The wedding scene did many things to help apply thoughts for the audience.
Overall, Wilder’s goal to engage the audience in the play is well presented by both the invisible props and the having the wedding in such a way.
HUH? wtf are you talking about? geesh
TotallyExasperat ed

Milton, LA

#16 Oct 26, 2009
I'm with you Deerslayer! WTF?
Elise

New Orleans, LA

#17 Nov 9, 2009
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khi

Baltimore, MD

#18 May 10, 2011
stay to fight dont go to wore
khi

Baltimore, MD

#19 May 10, 2011
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lemon714

Abbeville, LA

#20 May 10, 2011
Ignoring
The key to trolls is their social inadequacy - once rumbled, they quickly go rabid - and their lack of intelligence. Let's face it, no intelligent person would bother. This means that any response is a response to a sad thicko; why bother?
There is no better way to shift a troll from a newsgroup than simply to ignore it. Sometimes, that is not possible; perhaps it has succeeeded in upsetting people.
It can be tempting to play games with the troll, they are easy to wind up, and watching them in contortions of fury feels like justice. But think before you do this - not out of mercy to the slug - but because it is boring at best for your fellow members, and irritating at worst; you may be labelled a troll yourself. Best to ignore.
Its like the old saying. Normal people should Never argue with an idiot, because people watching can't tell the difference.
lemon714

Abbeville, LA

#21 May 10, 2011
sorry, the above post went awry. Its like the old saying. Normal people should Never argue with an idiot, because people watching can't tell the difference.

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