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ACRO E-mail Archive Thread: [Acro] Re: Trolls, unsubscribe etc.


Thread: [Acro] Re: Trolls, unsubscribe etc.

Message: [Acro] Re: Trolls, unsubscribe etc.

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From: Gil & Phyl Tellier <giltel at>

Date: Sun, 11 Aug 2002 23:19:08 UTC


  A good observation Rob. One would do best to worry about the real trolls
we see on TV and read about in the news and forget the sad objects of
derision represented by those that post drivel on the list. We are
surrounded by trash and garbage in virtually all forms of what passes
for entertainment and just naturally choose that which pleases us. A
censorship without teeth and real penalties will not work. Best to learn
to quickly recognize meaningless inputs and replies and delete without a
response that is desired by the sender. Personally, I appreciate the
list and ready information it provides. Don Peterson's reviews of the
AWAC have been outstanding.
Gil Tellier, IAC Ch. 49

CarolRob wrote:

> To all I have sat back and read the posts from everyone including the
> trolls over the past few weeks I thought maybe it was time to add my 2
> cents worth. I thought after the last 2 posts from Satan and Jamal I
> would see a lot of unsubscribes but was really glad to see the spirit
> from most either ignoring them or saying stay with it, don't quit, I
> agree!. The people that do this are obviously immature and have no
> life, in fact I feel sorry for them as they have no productive
> direction to put there energy towards. Try to imagine what it would be
> like to live their miserable existence being envious of what everyone
> else has and instead of doing something positive they rant and rave to
> try and bring everyone down to their bottom feeding level. I don't
> know if this would help anyone but what I do when I start to read a
> troll post I shake my head and say "I feel sorry for you and hope you
> get a life one day" and hit delete. I do know that it is better for me
> to not engage and at the same time if the troll doesn't see a response
> it destroys any "joy" he gets from his moronic attempt to get to
> everyone. Sincerely yours, Rob Halas.


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