posted on Dec, 26 2011 @ 11:38 AM
reply to post by mickd1337
What time zone am I in? I'm in Arizona. 1 or 2 hours behind you.
And no. Trolls don't congregate in certain time zones. The word troll is just an expression. Just so you know. People are people no matter where they
are. You can have someone who simply wants to instigate ( a troll) trouble in Japan just as you can have someone like that in England or Canada.
It's not where they are it's what they are. But you need to remember too that some people overseas don't have English as their first language, so
what you read will be broken English because that's either the way they're typing the words or that's how their translating tool is chopping up the
English language. If you talk to people in Russia or China you're going to get a lot of that because those are the two hardest languages to translate
into English. Japanese too. So it might read to you that they're screwing around with you, but they're really not.
The bottom line is, if you're in a discussion that's starting to frustrate you because of what one or two people are saying, just walk away from it.
This isn't something you need to be too concerned with buddy. Whenever I respond to someone who is introducing themselves here, I always tell them
not to feed the trolls. I'm just trying to help keep the conversations here positive and constructive. Sometimes I'LL lose my temper here and I'll
come across like I'm "trolling the thread", or instigating a negative conversation. Read some of the other posts that I write though and you'll
see that I'm really not that way. Sometimes I'm just having a bad hair day.
Stick around long enough and you'll start to see the difference between the people you want to talk to and the people you don't.
Hope this helps.