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    I've seen on here that seems quite evdient to others toothat there are trolls that irritate many members but do you feel sometimes you get an urge just for some fun to stir things just a little bit.

    If anyone posts on more than one board it may also be true that you troll on one board but not at all on another (surely you can see the double potential double standard) like you're on a perfectly respectbale board with zero tolerance toward trolls because of high commercial stakes and you know the ethos but you just can't seem help yourself and even if you start out and generally there to contribute something but then out no where you see an opportunity and just.....

    Is that the sign of a disorder or just a bad sense of humour.

    I suppose it does depend on context and how serious the 'conviction' compared to the rules or how lax the enforcers (mods) are.
 
 
 

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