I didn't build a straw man. I gave an opinion; you didn't like it, so you labeled me as a troll. I'm not the one building a fallacious argument.<quoted text>
What point were you making? You are building straw man arguments to supplement your need to be right. Tell me what your original post added to the conversation.
I label you as trolling and everyone would agree on me. You've not added to the discussion. You've taken away. Until you have your profession posted on here this discussion is over.
By the way it might help you to take a few logic classes to refute straw man arguments in the future.
Here's a newsflash for you: People have opinions that differ from you. Just because they differ doesn't mean they're a troll. My refuting and labeling you as one was a mockery and showing how asinine it was in the conversation.
The discussion was about the minimum salary protest, and as a right to post my opinion, I pointed out that it is my belief teachers are overpaid; therefore, adding a differentiating opinion to the societal "norm," which happens to be outlandish to you. That's your right as well; however, it doesn't make me a troll no more than it makes you one for disagreeing.
My professional capacity is not a teacher; therefore it would not add any substance to the discussion. You attempting to solicit such repeated attempts would, ironically, be trolling as it has no merit here.
Perhaps if you don't like an opinion, you should shy away from the "reply" button.