Laughter online is almost always fake. More and more extensive experience has taught me that this is true *because* trolls attempt so virulently to pretend they're "finding everything funny." Such false laughter quite often indicates *the opposite*; they *want* to pretend they're "unaffected" ...<quoted text>LOL!
... and yet here's this troll, answering my post.
The troll *repeats himself*, which makes his words as meaningless as they were the first time.1) Marines are Obama's boys,
The troll continues to pretend to be psychic.2) Obama is going to get not rehired.
Explain to me how psychic powers are "sudden fact" where this troll is concerned.
Trolling is frequently about a *lack* of control, a *lack* of authority. Note how the troll is attempting, here, to pretend to have "authority" over me with his tone and this question.Is there anything else you don't understand that needs splaining to you?
If I explained that, then logic suggests I didn't fall for it.
Note the need to *REPEAT* the laughter; the troll *needs* to make sure "everyone" knows he is "unaffected" -- and yet here he is, responding to my post, and making numerous mistakes.LOL!
This is contextually meaningless.Maybe you should get a shovel ready job and get shoveling,
Third time the troll needs to "advertise his laughter." Note the need to *obsess over the laughter*.LOL!
You, the casual reader, get one guess as to whether I fell for all this.