THE JINGLE JANGLE TROLLING OF THE BELLS


As soon as I find the Block Function on WordPress I will use it. In the meantime I’ve just been Turning Off Comments. I feel Safer when I do.

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THE JINGLE JANGLE TROLLING OF THE BELLS

One of the reasons I tend to avoid some subjects is not that I’m afraid of them. It’s not that I don’t have enough data. It’s just that some of these topics attract trolls from near and far. Gun control and “right to life,” or more to the point, the right of the unborn as opposed to the rights of the already alive. These are two of the hottest spots on the Internet. Like moths to lights in the dark of night, the trolls will flock to you.

How do you know you are being trolled?

You may not notice it —  at first. It’s usually a new follower. They start a conversation, but they never quit. By the time a second day of conversation arrives, they have stood on every side of the “discussion” … and are becoming aggressive. Mean.

I have…

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  1. WP also has a blacklist function on your admin page. You type in their WP url on the your blacklist and BINGO, they can never contact you again. It works well. If they open another blog and start again, you will notice and can blacklist the new url. They usually give up after two attempts and go look for easier victims.

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