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Re^38: What is "aggressive" argument?

by BrowserUk (Pope)
on Nov 08, 2010 at 11:48 UTC ( #870089=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^37: What is "aggressive" argument?
in thread What is "aggressive" argument?

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Re^39: What is "aggressive" argument?
by IBlowGoatsSucker (Beadle) on Nov 08, 2010 at 15:01 UTC
    BrowserUk, it is hard. I try to teach you the tango, but your threads are too monotonous, you are not synchronized! You try, I see it, but the talent it is missing. Maybe you are too old? I will do my best.

    You have written some good trollings in the past. I will show you what was good, and you will learn to tango better.

    TrollTroller Imperator Rex
      Are we done yet?
        Again you repeat. I will start my demonstration, to make you able to tango better.

        I choose Re^3: Algorithm Showdown: Fuzzy Matching, which is a good trolling you did. You troll the monk demerphq. He is a fine target, because he is a valuable contributor to the perlmonk community, and he has added lots of code to perl itself. To be a good troll you should continue attacking people like him!

        In your trollpost you write

        There are lies, damned lies, and demerphq's statistics!

        This is excellent trolling! I will use it myself some day (it is good to plagiurize other trolls, it adds to the community). You insult him indirectly and he will feel the pain through your superior rhetoric.

        messy, overcomplicated, ill-structured code

        Superb! Attack the code, not the man, it shows your technical superiority, and you hide the slurs. Do not say anything useful, or you would contribute. He feels the pain, I tell you.

        I have also noticed that you set up your troll in Re: Algorithm Showdown: Fuzzy Matching. There you ask 7 numbered questions. It looks as if you want a technical discussion and he is suckered in. Then, wham you troll him. Well done!

        See, Troll, you can do it. Try doing better in your next reply. I will give you some time for this homework.

        TrollEducator Imperator Rex

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