Re: Lame excuse for a troll



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Martin Dann

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Bridgemaster wrote:
> "Tony Raven" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
>> On Sat, 18 Aug 2007 23:42:46 +0100, I enjoy evicting chavs.... wrote:
>>
>>> The art lies in being instantly recognisable, whilst still overcoming
>>> killfiles. My posts are, you see, of such quality that I'd hate you to
>>> miss them.
>>>

>> Ah, a professional troll. Time for the professional troll filters.
>>
>> <plonk>

>
>
> I;m sorry, I apologise for the confusion - I had assumed that there could be
> no misunderstanding about my status, but I was obviously wrong.
>
> Good heavens!! - of course I'm a troll (and, although I say it myself, not
> just *any* old troll - not the common or garden sort who post inane one line
> messages and then flit away to another group!
>
> I detest them probably more than you do.
>
> No, I'm a true troll - a career troll - one who has suffered for his art,
> and for whom trolling is not a mere pastime but a vocation.
>
> I come from a proud lineage of trolls - father was a troll, his father
> before him was a troll, his father before him, his father before him, his
> father before him.......and so on. One of my ancestors trolled at
> Agincourt, while others were present at many of the notable events in
> England's history. It is said in the family that the great fire of London
> was, in fact, he result of some trolling that got out of hand in pudding
> lane.
>
> It was Samuel Johnson, who, after meeting with my slightly singed forebear
> in a Fleet Street coffee house, remarked to Boswell that 'every man thinketh
> less of himself for not having been born a Troll"
>
> Yet another of my forebears was inadvertently responsible for the death of
> King Charles the First (bless his memory) by using his position as court
> troll to persuade his majesty to continue trolling in front of Cromwell and
> Fairfax.
>
> Sadly, these dour gentlemen had the same morbid fear of trolls that appears
> to afflict you - and it was the King's trolling antics when at the ( highly
> illegal) hearings convened to 'try' him that finally led him to that chilly
> scaffold in Whitehall
>
> As for me, I was born troll, baptised in the church of St Troll the Martyr
> ( which, actually, is a cryptic reference to Charles l), educated as a
> troll, met and fell in love with a troll, and was married beneath the Bridge
> of Trolls in Sutherland while guests of the McTroll clan from Inverness.
>
> We spent our wedding night in Troll Castle near Pitlochry - and we still
> laugh to this day about the sexual inexperience that led me to waste half
> the night penetrating a wild Haggis until I finally relalised my mistake!
> (sex education was rudimentary, to say the least, in those days -
> particularly so in Troll schools)
>
> I gained employment as a troll after leaving Troll University - and now
> occupy a senior position on the British Board Of Trolling Control - in which
> capacity I regularly attend conferences and seminars on the art of trolling,
> and am also currently in the process of signing a film deal for my
> acclaimed (amongst trolls) book, "A Bridge To Mar'
>
> When my trolling days are done I hope to be laid to rest in a leafy corner
> of Troll Acres, where my body can finally rest while my trollish spirit
> soars to meet my ancestors n Troll heaven - where the trolling will continue
> forever, and without end!
>
> So, yes, just in case you were wondering, I'm a Troll. Definitely.



btw. only the most stupid of trolls admit to being trolls.
 
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I enjoy evicting chavs....

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"Martin Dann" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Bridgemaster wrote:
>> "Tony Raven" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> news:[email protected]
>>> On Sat, 18 Aug 2007 23:42:46 +0100, I enjoy evicting chavs.... wrote:
>>>
>>>> The art lies in being instantly recognisable, whilst still overcoming
>>>> killfiles. My posts are, you see, of such quality that I'd hate you to
>>>> miss them.
>>>>
>>> Ah, a professional troll. Time for the professional troll filters.
>>>
>>> <plonk>

>>
>>
>> I;m sorry, I apologise for the confusion - I had assumed that there could
>> be no misunderstanding about my status, but I was obviously wrong.
>>
>> Good heavens!! - of course I'm a troll (and, although I say it myself,
>> not just *any* old troll - not the common or garden sort who post inane
>> one line messages and then flit away to another group!
>>
>> I detest them probably more than you do.
>>
>> No, I'm a true troll - a career troll - one who has suffered for his art,
>> and for whom trolling is not a mere pastime but a vocation.
>>
>> I come from a proud lineage of trolls - father was a troll, his father
>> before him was a troll, his father before him, his father before him, his
>> father before him.......and so on. One of my ancestors trolled at
>> Agincourt, while others were present at many of the notable events in
>> England's history. It is said in the family that the great fire of
>> London was, in fact, he result of some trolling that got out of hand in
>> pudding lane.
>>
>> It was Samuel Johnson, who, after meeting with my slightly singed
>> forebear in a Fleet Street coffee house, remarked to Boswell that 'every
>> man thinketh less of himself for not having been born a Troll"
>>
>> Yet another of my forebears was inadvertently responsible for the death
>> of King Charles the First (bless his memory) by using his position as
>> court troll to persuade his majesty to continue trolling in front of
>> Cromwell and Fairfax.
>>
>> Sadly, these dour gentlemen had the same morbid fear of trolls that
>> appears to afflict you - and it was the King's trolling antics when at
>> the ( highly illegal) hearings convened to 'try' him that finally led him
>> to that chilly scaffold in Whitehall
>>
>> As for me, I was born troll, baptised in the church of St Troll the
>> Martyr ( which, actually, is a cryptic reference to Charles l), educated
>> as a troll, met and fell in love with a troll, and was married beneath
>> the Bridge of Trolls in Sutherland while guests of the McTroll clan from
>> Inverness.
>>
>> We spent our wedding night in Troll Castle near Pitlochry - and we still
>> laugh to this day about the sexual inexperience that led me to waste half
>> the night penetrating a wild Haggis until I finally relalised my mistake!
>> (sex education was rudimentary, to say the least, in those days -
>> particularly so in Troll schools)
>>
>> I gained employment as a troll after leaving Troll University - and now
>> occupy a senior position on the British Board Of Trolling Control - in
>> which capacity I regularly attend conferences and seminars on the art of
>> trolling, and am also currently in the process of signing a film deal
>> for my acclaimed (amongst trolls) book, "A Bridge To Mar'
>>
>> When my trolling days are done I hope to be laid to rest in a leafy
>> corner of Troll Acres, where my body can finally rest while my trollish
>> spirit soars to meet my ancestors n Troll heaven - where the trolling
>> will continue forever, and without end!
>>
>> So, yes, just in case you were wondering, I'm a Troll. Definitely.

>
>
> btw. only the most stupid of trolls admit to being trolls.



There is also a school of thought that is of the opinion that only the most
stupid of group members respond to trolls who admit to being trolls.......

''Troll' is just a name, you know - just words. It's like being a National
Socialist - the title engenders irrational panic in the misinformed, yet it
could be changed to something else and the doctrine would still be just as
beneficial for the country.

So, if 'troll' bothers you, feel free to call me by another name. 'Sir', is
always a good choice....

'A neo-Nazi Troll by any other name...", as the Bard might have remarked.
 
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Martin Dann

Guest
I enjoy evicting chavs.... wrote:
> "Martin Dann" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
>> Bridgemaster wrote:
>>> "Tony Raven" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>>> news:[email protected]
>>>> On Sat, 18 Aug 2007 23:42:46 +0100, I enjoy evicting chavs.... wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> The art lies in being instantly recognisable, whilst still overcoming
>>>>> killfiles. My posts are, you see, of such quality that I'd hate you to
>>>>> miss them.
>>>>>
>>>> Ah, a professional troll. Time for the professional troll filters.
>>>>
>>>> <plonk>
>>>
>>> I;m sorry, I apologise for the confusion - I had assumed that there could
>>> be no misunderstanding about my status, but I was obviously wrong.
>>>
>>> Good heavens!! - of course I'm a troll (and, although I say it myself,
>>> not just *any* old troll - not the common or garden sort who post inane
>>> one line messages and then flit away to another group!
>>>
>>> I detest them probably more than you do.
>>>
>>> No, I'm a true troll - a career troll - one who has suffered for his art,
>>> and for whom trolling is not a mere pastime but a vocation.
>>>
>>> I come from a proud lineage of trolls - father was a troll, his father
>>> before him was a troll, his father before him, his father before him, his
>>> father before him.......and so on. One of my ancestors trolled at
>>> Agincourt, while others were present at many of the notable events in
>>> England's history. It is said in the family that the great fire of
>>> London was, in fact, he result of some trolling that got out of hand in
>>> pudding lane.
>>>
>>> It was Samuel Johnson, who, after meeting with my slightly singed
>>> forebear in a Fleet Street coffee house, remarked to Boswell that 'every
>>> man thinketh less of himself for not having been born a Troll"
>>>
>>> Yet another of my forebears was inadvertently responsible for the death
>>> of King Charles the First (bless his memory) by using his position as
>>> court troll to persuade his majesty to continue trolling in front of
>>> Cromwell and Fairfax.
>>>
>>> Sadly, these dour gentlemen had the same morbid fear of trolls that
>>> appears to afflict you - and it was the King's trolling antics when at
>>> the ( highly illegal) hearings convened to 'try' him that finally led him
>>> to that chilly scaffold in Whitehall
>>>
>>> As for me, I was born troll, baptised in the church of St Troll the
>>> Martyr ( which, actually, is a cryptic reference to Charles l), educated
>>> as a troll, met and fell in love with a troll, and was married beneath
>>> the Bridge of Trolls in Sutherland while guests of the McTroll clan from
>>> Inverness.
>>>
>>> We spent our wedding night in Troll Castle near Pitlochry - and we still
>>> laugh to this day about the sexual inexperience that led me to waste half
>>> the night penetrating a wild Haggis until I finally relalised my mistake!
>>> (sex education was rudimentary, to say the least, in those days -
>>> particularly so in Troll schools)
>>>
>>> I gained employment as a troll after leaving Troll University - and now
>>> occupy a senior position on the British Board Of Trolling Control - in
>>> which capacity I regularly attend conferences and seminars on the art of
>>> trolling, and am also currently in the process of signing a film deal
>>> for my acclaimed (amongst trolls) book, "A Bridge To Mar'
>>>
>>> When my trolling days are done I hope to be laid to rest in a leafy
>>> corner of Troll Acres, where my body can finally rest while my trollish
>>> spirit soars to meet my ancestors n Troll heaven - where the trolling
>>> will continue forever, and without end!
>>>
>>> So, yes, just in case you were wondering, I'm a Troll. Definitely.

>>
>> btw. only the most stupid of trolls admit to being trolls.

>
>
> There is also a school of thought that is of the opinion that only the most
> stupid of group members respond to trolls who admit to being trolls.......


Yes.

> ''Troll' is just a name, you know - just words. It's like being a National
> Socialist - the title engenders irrational panic in the misinformed, yet it
> could be changed to something else and the doctrine would still be just as
> beneficial for the country.
>
> So, if 'troll' bothers you, feel free to call me by another name. 'Sir', is
> always a good choice....
>
> 'A neo-Nazi Troll by any other name...", as the Bard might have remarked.


Sorry Slur, or was that "Dhobi Wallar", or one of your
many other aliases.
 
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Tom Crispin

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On Sun, 19 Aug 2007 01:04:04 +0100, "I enjoy evicting chavs...."
<[email protected]> wrote:

>So, if 'troll' bothers you, feel free to call me by another name. 'Sir', is
>always a good choice....


**** is more fitting.
 
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I enjoy evicting chavs....

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"Tom Crispin" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> On Sun, 19 Aug 2007 01:04:04 +0100, "I enjoy evicting chavs...."
> <[email protected]> wrote:
>
>>So, if 'troll' bothers you, feel free to call me by another name. 'Sir',
>>is
>>always a good choice....

>
> **** is more fitting.<


Not really - I don't own a bicycle ;)
 
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Prinz Cock

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On Aug 19, 9:59 pm, "I enjoy evicting chavs...."
<[email protected]> wrote:
> "Tom Crispin" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>
> news:[email protected]
>
> > On Sun, 19 Aug 2007 01:04:04 +0100, "I enjoy evicting chavs...."
> > <[email protected]> wrote:

>
> >>So, if 'troll' bothers you, feel free to call me by another name. 'Sir',
> >>is
> >>always a good choice....

>
> > **** is more fitting.<

>
> Not really - I don't own a bicycle ;)


Trolls don't need excuses, just a tiny sliver of light.

Prinz ****