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  • Does anyone find amusement in trolls, "teach me to hack" people, and other imbeciles?

    More appropriately, how many of you find joy in reaming these people more than once? Or goading them into being even stupider, like asking more pointless questions?

    I ask only because I want to know.... I know I enjoy reading the threads where those who seem to have no brains or lack command of the English language get finely roasted.
    Apes. The smartest thing dumber than man.

  • #2
    Originally posted by cerebrum
    More appropriately, how many of you find joy in reaming these people more than once? Or goading them into being even stupider, like asking more pointless questions?
    Not I, because having done this countless times at this stage it's really just a crock of repetitive shit.

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    • #3
      I can see how it would become a pain for the moderators and administrators of this forum. I have only been a member here for a short time, and have seen several of those post myself. The posts can sometimes be amusing to me, but only because I know what is going to happen next.
      If I have learned one thing in this short time, Google is my friend!

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      • #4
        I'm a teacher not a reamer when i find a noob i offer the best advice i can and welcome him/her to the hobby.

        yes, I get a lot of people asking "how to" questions and answer them all the same.

        RTFM then ask the question.

        I will however agree on the piss poor use of the english launguage and refuse to answer questions with undefined pronouns.

        the only other complaint i have about people askin questions is when they make you beg for details to try and understand what they are taling about.

        but again instead of reamming, i ask them to reform the questions and provide more info. Those that take the time to ask properly become friends those that are offended go away.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Streamer
          I'm a teacher not a reamer when i find a noob i offer the best advice i can and welcome him/her to the hobby.

          yes, I get a lot of people asking "how to" questions and answer them all the same.

          RTFM then ask the question.

          I will however agree on the piss poor use of the english launguage and refuse to answer questions with undefined pronouns.

          the only other complaint i have about people askin questions is when they make you beg for details to try and understand what they are taling about.

          but again instead of reamming, i ask them to reform the questions and provide more info. Those that take the time to ask properly become friends those that are offended go away.
          Pot, Kettle, Black.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by highwizard
            Pot, Kettle, Black.
            There going to make me friggin rich with my fucktard hall Calender. I just need one for everyday of the month now. o_o

            -xchris
            -Christopher

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            • #7
              Originally posted by cerebrum
              More appropriately, how many of you find joy in reaming these people more than once?
              Not me.


              Or goading them into being even stupider, like asking more pointless questions?
              Yes: I've asked questions to expose true intentions.


              I ask only because I want to know.... I know I enjoy reading the threads where those who seem to have no brains or lack command of the English language get finely roasted.
              Bad policy. I have worked with technically skilled people who did not speak English as their primary language. I sometimes reform such people's question and try to answer them. (Double the learning experience.)

              My English, grammar, spelling and typing sucks; Crticism makes you a target.
              Last edited by TheCotMan; August 6, 2004, 05:59. Reason: fixes for grammar

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