Crossbow shooter shoots man mistaken for deer

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Re: Crossbow shooter shoots man mistaken for deer

Postby pgchambers » Wed Jan 25, 2012 11:00 am

Jslotter wrote:Is this how WBH gets their support? By plugging up the boards with arguments and trolling? Is this standard protocol for WBH members? If so, I want nothing to with them or their "support".


An effective troll, though. All the traffic his posts generate are exactly what he is looking for. If twenty people read it, and one likes his message, he is successful. I really would like to see any thread that retch posts his crossbow propaganda on die with his post. Stop feeding the troll.
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Re: Crossbow shooter shoots man mistaken for deer

Postby kellory » Wed Jan 25, 2012 11:40 am

I would hate to be forced to mark him foe. He would be on a list as it's only occupient. Besides, someone needs to keep an eye on him. :o
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Re: Crossbow shooter shoots man mistaken for deer

Postby Jslotter » Wed Jan 25, 2012 11:52 am

pgchambers wrote:
Jslotter wrote:Is this how WBH gets their support? By plugging up the boards with arguments and trolling? Is this standard protocol for WBH members? If so, I want nothing to with them or their "support".


Stop feeding the troll.

I was going to say that but I don't know if Ben would boot me for it. But yes, Lets not feed the troll.
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Re: Crossbow shooter shoots man mistaken for deer

Postby pgchambers » Wed Jan 25, 2012 12:39 pm

Jslotter wrote:
pgchambers wrote:
Jslotter wrote:Is this how WBH gets their support? By plugging up the boards with arguments and trolling? Is this standard protocol for WBH members? If so, I want nothing to with them or their "support".


Stop feeding the troll.

I was going to say that but I don't know if Ben would boot me for it. But yes, Lets not feed the troll.


As others have said. on non-crossbow threads, I have no issue with retch. He is then posting as a WI deer hunter, and the conversations are worth having. When it comes to crossbows, however, it seems a switch goes on and it really has become tiresome. I have dropped off threads due to it, and I really don't intend to bother joining anymore of such discussions after this. It just stinks that the WI board has become one I have started to avoid.

As far as using the term "troll". Well, when someone has an answer for a post within 15 minutes on a thread that had been inactive for six months, I will stand by my belief that they are trolling (on that subject at least). I will accept it if Ben or others think I have gone too far, though.
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Re: Crossbow shooter shoots man mistaken for deer

Postby Ohio farms » Wed Jan 25, 2012 7:48 pm

You are on spot IMO Pgchambers. I could not agree more with you.
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Re: Crossbow shooter shoots man mistaken for deer

Postby kellory » Wed Jan 25, 2012 8:55 pm

If we have just the one troll, should he be delagated to a troll bridge, or does that require three more armed with a card table? ;)
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Re: Crossbow shooter shoots man mistaken for deer

Postby Jslotter » Thu Jan 26, 2012 9:21 am

kellory wrote:If we have just the one troll, should he be delagated to a troll bridge, or does that require three more armed with a card table? ;)

:lol: :lol: :lol:
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