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  1. #1 Battle of Trolls 
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    I wonder if this is ok.

    We open up a thread where a topic is debated by trollers.

    I'd like to see how they argue about a topic (considering that they have contrasting thoughts).




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    maybe this forum should contain a section called "Troll Heaven" where people like newcastle can throw their verbal diarrhoea and insults around to their heart's content

    + once designated as a troll by the admin, that's the only place people like him could then post, leaving the rest of the forum relatively troll-free


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    Aye, perhaps admin can give trolling people titles which tell that they are trolls,
    and they'll have to prove that they are no trolls for admin to remove it! :?

    Yah, and we could have a section of "Report Trolling Here" in Site Feedback forum
    to make admin's work much more easyer. :-D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hanuka
    Aye, perhaps admin can give trolling people titles which tell that they are trolls,
    and they'll have to prove that they are no trolls for admin to remove it! :?

    Yah, and we could have a section of "Report Trolling Here" in Site Feedback forum
    to make admin's work much more easyer. :-D
    An identified troll could automatically be ignored by all except those who choose not to ignore him (or, less often, her).
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