Why do we allow trolling?

TLOTA (Voiceover): The recent season of “South Park” got me back into watching the series after they had attacked people with Autism and Aspergers’ having been diagnosed with it when I was a teen and had a few good storylines going for it to bring me back to the series, one of them being Kyle’s dad being a troll and what I had hoped that for his character would be to suffer all the indignities that would befall being a troll. But sadly apparently Donald Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton changed every storyline and forced the writers to apparently say being a Troll is okay. (Cut to James Physically)

TLOTA: Uhhhhhhh NO! NO IT IS NOT ALRIGHT TO BE A TROLL! A troll is the lowest form of scum on the Internet! They should NOT get away with trying to force their thoughts and opinions and basically live off of hatred! I should know, I used to be one.

Can my confession of being a former troll save others from this fate? Find out here

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  1. t-kun-unusual-wordsmith-iii
    t-kun-unusual-wordsmith-iii says:

    I always think trolling has a time and place for it. I use mine rare trolling where it is likely to happen and have others roll with it. Or join in. And no one takes it to heart. Find places like that and things go pretty smoothly. Open game places that play CAH, is a gold mind of its own. Just saying. But I hear where you are going with this, down sides and such that go with it. Nicely done overall.

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    • tlota
      tlota says:

      Thanks, getting that out of me was just warning people of how trolling could get out of hand and my hope was me telling that part of my life would show what usually happens when someone goes too far. But come back Friday as I take on both versions of “Halloween 6: The Curse Of Michael Myers”

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