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BLOND AND HARMONIZED GETTING IT RIGHT AGAINST THE RIGHT firstname.lastname@example.org
February 05, 2003
TROLL, -- 'trOL
According to the Samizdata blogging glossary:
I can see how Gary might have thought this, then. But as I've stated I wanted to ask the question, but not to get an angry response. As indicated on my blogroll, I thought - and still do - that Deanesmay.com represents the reasonable right. And I haven't sent any mass mailing.
I'm not new to the Web or blogging, i just never looked up the word - no one has ever called me that before. I assumed it was the under-the-bridge (noun) troll - somebody who just kept on and kept on e-mailing or posting to a site with abusive and or threatening language
Pronunciation: 'trOl Function: verb Etymology: Middle English Date: 15th century
After reading that, why do I suddenly feel the need for a troll song?