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post #91 of 98

Is this a cool thread or what?   Nice to know what to do.    :lau

Moved to the Portland/Vancouver area in September.  BIG and beautiful.  

 

http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/972255/byc-member-interview-lindab220 

 

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Moved to the Portland/Vancouver area in September.  BIG and beautiful.  

 

http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/972255/byc-member-interview-lindab220 

 

Never stop learning, because life never stops teaching.

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post #92 of 98

Oh my gosh, hilarious!!!  Thanks for the laugh. :clap

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5 horses, 4 cats, 3 puggles, thousands of bees, numerous chickens, some turkeys!
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post #93 of 98
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Originally Posted by WindyHillFarm View Post
 

Oh my gosh, hilarious!!!  Thanks for the laugh. :clap

:welcome    Welcome!!!!    But the sad thing is that there really are trolls around.  Sound intelligent.  Just asking questions. And questions.  Then the remarks begin.   A different opinion.  Trying to "egg"  someone into an argument.  I've been there myself.  The best way is to do this is ignore any remarks at all.  And if this doesn't work, go to his profile page and click the button that stops his remarks from showing up on your page.  Genius.  I've done it a time or two myself.  Other than a few, we have a wonderful forum.  Check out your state thread under Where am I Where are you? in socials.  PM me anytime with questions.     :highfive:

Moved to the Portland/Vancouver area in September.  BIG and beautiful.  

 

http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/972255/byc-member-interview-lindab220 

 

Never stop learning, because life never stops teaching.

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Moved to the Portland/Vancouver area in September.  BIG and beautiful.  

 

http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/972255/byc-member-interview-lindab220 

 

Never stop learning, because life never stops teaching.

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post #94 of 98

The best thing to do when you meet up with a suspected troll (and remember, not all are actually trolls) is to not engage them, reply to them, flame them or otherwise interact. Use the report button and the Staff will review the post and take action as needed.

We can't stress enough to Use the Report Button. PMing a Staff member who might have gone to bed, work or family time only delays action. Flaming or troll baiting might end up with you getting an infraction. Trolling goes both ways. If you troll a troll, then who is trolling?

post #95 of 98

I've had my own 4um (forum) B4, so I know all there is to know abt., trolls.  That is a funny introduction of computer trolls, on the lighter side of the issues that trolls bring into the scenario.

 

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post #96 of 98

It is not in my nature to ignore trolls.  This is going to require some rethinking and great discipline.

post #97 of 98
I'm not sure if the author is going to see my request but I sure would like to copy it, with permission and starting where I got it, to a group I am in. It's priceless and hilarious!
post #98 of 98
New here and just looking things over. That was great!
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