Print Story Gawd bless our wonderful NHS
By anonimouse (Fri Aug 19, 2011 at 03:11:39 AM EST) chuckles, trolling (all tags)
In memory of chuckles RIP

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By BadDoggie (Wed Oct 15, 2008 at 05:27:36 AM EST) lurveys, trolling, atheism (all tags)
I'm an atheist and have been one all my life. It's not a good idea to proselytise within hearing range of me because I most happily argue the subject and really need to figure out how to make that pay better.

I also learned long ago that, even if she's an atheist, if I want a companion sans Y-chromosome there's going to be some esoteric crap in the mix. I can live with it. But discussing it with me? No. Uh-uh. Very Bad Idea™. I'm more likely to let you bend me over the counter with a strap-on but to edit and post the video to YouPorn than put up with such a conversation.

Poll: name my potential/hypothetical offspring

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By coryking (Mon May 05, 2008 at 02:54:19 PM EST) freegan, vegan, hippie, trolling, your mom (all tags)
This, and any derivative communities are just crying to be trolled to hell and back.

The premise? Since we all know meat is murder and since clearly capitalism is evil, we should all get our food from dumpsters.  Rather than go with the old school term "dumpster diving", these hip young fellas have coined a more PC term, "Freeganism".

...Short post, but I had to do the poll.

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Be Careful What You Wish For

Confession is supposed to be good for the soul. I hope it helps mine. I feel so dirty, not about what I did but certainly about the results. My actions helped spark new interest in an organisation I wish would go away because their real interest is "brand awareness" rather than their stated and perceived goals. They're so bad that one of their founders left in disgust and started a new group which uses its funds for action rather than more fund-raising and showy but pointless gestures.

The secret's revealed here, Richard. I am responsible for that damned whale being called "Mr. Splashy Pants". I didn't make up the name (that honour goes to Omar Zayed), but I made it popular.

Pointless poll included.
x-posted to da brog.

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Print Story £123,200
By anonimouse (Fri Oct 12, 2007 at 02:56:58 AM EST) trolling, law (all tags)
Is this a good salary? ($246,000 at current exchange rates)

Earning poll.

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By TheophileEscargot (Sun Feb 18, 2007 at 12:17:05 AM EST) Reading, Listening, Museums, Trolling (all tags)
Reading. Museums. Random thoughts on socialism and economics.

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Print Story Okay - that's just weird
By squigs (Tue Feb 28, 2006 at 03:53:39 AM EST) Computer problems, drink, films, trolling (all tags)
Why is my computer doing this?

Decisions decisions... Beer or movie?

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Print Story Now THATS trolling
By codemonkey uk (Mon Feb 20, 2006 at 07:44:50 AM EST) trolling, world of warcraft (all tags)
"News" summary, and the Form Post thats started it all.

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Print Story okay, so i've totally quit and everything,
By rmg (Tue Feb 14, 2006 at 06:24:59 PM EST) environmentalism, trolling, rmg (all tags)
but i was looking through my old slashdot posts, which aren't too remarkable in general, i admit, and i came across this one:

i'm telling you, people, they don't make 'em like this anymore. if only i had the karma bonus at the time... also, notice that none of the respondants called me a troll, despite talking about moon bases, intergalactic missile defense, and a senile reagan quote.

annotated text below:

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Print Story I was referred here by the esteemed HAND.
By NoMoreNicksLeft (Fri Feb 10, 2006 at 05:36:29 AM EST) kuro5hin, trolling, database (all tags)
It seems he took offense to my reporting one of his more imbecilic dupes. Words were exchanged. Tempers flared. In the end, he said that K5 would remain the mess that it is now, and that he felt compelled to to do his part to make sure that was the case. Then he politely bid me adeiu and suggested I come here.

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