Here Are The 17 Best Tweet Reactions To Last Night's Commander In Chief Forum

Last night, far too many weary Americans tuned in to NBC’s Commander In Chief Forum— a dry run for the debates beginning in just three weeks. 

It seemed as good an opportunity as any to get some clarity on the candidates’ policies and to partake in political-themed drinking games. There seemed to be more drinking than clarity, though. 

Luckily, this was Twitter’s time to shine. So, here are the tweet reactions you’ve been waiting for:

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Internet Marketing Tips – Dealing With Forum Trolls

Forum trolls…every forum has them. It is a fact of life that you’re not going to get away from. It’s kind of like death and taxes. However, just because they are a fact of life doesn’t mean you have to lie down and do nothing about them. There are things you can do about forum trolls. The main thing, however, is not to become one yourself. This article will explain what trolls are and what you can do about them.

A forum troll is essentially somebody who comes to a forum for the express purpose of causing trouble. That is their main function in life. They will, many times, make an off color remark, usually one that is totally ludicrous, and then sit back and watch the ensuing chaos. They live for this. Well, as a responsible forum member, aside from not becoming one of these yourself, there is something you can do about these trolls.

For starters, don’t feed them. In other words, when one starts a thread for the purpose of causing trouble, ignore them. Don’t respond to their ranting. If everybody would do this, the thread itself would have just one post…the troll’s. Eventually, the troll will get bored and leave. Yes, I know this is hard to do. You just want to take a club and bat these idiots over the head, but ignoring them is the best solution.

Next, report the troll to the forum admin. This will alert them to the problem and they’ll then be able to take care of them by deleting their account. Trust me, most administrators have absolutely no tolerance for forum trolls. As soon as you spot one and report it, it shouldn’t be more than minutes before the pest is out of your hair for good.

I don’t envy people who run forums. There are a lot of problems to contend with, forum trolls being one of them. But if we all do our part, ignoring them and then reporting them to the forum admin, we can help keep our favorite forum from turning into a house of vermin.

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Internet Forum Trolls – What Are They?

In running a successful discussion forum one of the problems an administrator is likely to come up against sooner or later is the troll. Although these so-called trolls can be disruptive, they can also aid in getting some good discussions going, and in keeping threads alive. To establish what a troll in Internet terms means, here’s what one forum has deemed one to be, and has created a specific rule to prevent trolling. “NO TROLLING – mischievously manufacturing inflammatory opinions in an attempt to stir up disharmony and discord. No posting up a stream of off-topic drivel or being clumsily provocative.”

Now, of course this doesn’t mean putting a stop to healthy disagreements. No one wants or expects a forum where every member agrees 100% with each other on all subjects. Rather, the rule is intended to prevent a certain member from taking over a thread, or threads, in order to be disruptive. Often, it just seems that one particular member will do almost anything to make themselves heard, whether they contribute to the forum or not.

When we think of one of the meanings for trolling, in fishing it’s to slowly drag bait through water. Perhaps the expression suitably fits those who like to dangle off topic drivel in their posts in order to get other members to take the bait and go on the attack against the originator of the post. I also think the second meaning equally applies, that of obnoxious creatures in folklore who are intent on causing mischief and to destroy or tear down. A forum with trolls is one where very often there’s a lot of sarcasm, where infighting takes place, and the normal member gets very frustrated. Threads go off-topic, and shouting matches become the norm. Trolls tend to be repetitive, as though saying something over and over again will somehow make others take notice.

So, yes to healthy arguments, discussion, and disagreements. But, if a forum is to truly thrive, with the majority being heard, trolls need to be kept in their place.

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