March 20, 2011

Bluster and Bile

Negative blog posts get lots of hits.
Frothing and foaming at the mouth, calling names, and general trolling will get a lot of responses.
The only problem with this strategy?
Makes you a troll.
And I have a strict policy about the systematic starvation of trolls.
So with the rare exception of an occasional rant, you will find little here to fire up your engines or fill you with righteous indignation. Which is ironic, since this blog started out as a place for just that during the Open Space debacle.
The closest I will come is to say "Shame on you".
Some say the troll is to be pitied or shamed, but I prefer to starve them humanely.

5 comments:

Otenth Paderborn said...

Hear, hear!

Breezy Carver said...

IDEA !!!
maybe some of these such said folk should just make a blog simply
called ... cough cough *The Troll*

whispers .. just a thought :)

Rhianon Jameson said...

At first I thought, "Mrs. Volare is slipping. She used to be such a successful evil scientist, but now she's mellowed." Then it occurred to me what a diabolical plan it is to confuse everyone with kindness. Excellent idea! *rubs hands together with evil cackling*

Fogwoman Gray said...

Bah! I somehow accidentally deleted a comment from Mr HeadBurro Antfarm:
"Everyone needs a good rant once in a while - it puts hairs on one's chest... or feet, I forget."

HeadBurro Antfarm said...

hehe - I'd delete my piffle too, if only my ego would left me... the swine!