It's not the people that are the trolls, it's the particular post.
Larry's post was a troll. This may be typical. YMMV
Glad somebody repeated it. I would have never seen it.
"Jack Stein" wrote in message
Larry, just because people disagree with stuff and are not afraid to put
it in writing doesn't mean they are trolls. krw is not a troll, J.
Clark is not a troll? Trolls always use fake names, are not at all
interested in anything related to the newsgroup, and often work in
teams, and/or take on multiple personalities for the sole purpose of
disrupting a group. 99% of the time you can spot a real troll easily by
the name, and the content of the post. If you think these two are
trolls, you need to think harder.
It's true that ignoring trolls, or anyone you disagree with, will make
your on line life quicker and easier... But boring as hell.
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