So people don’t seem to realize that when you link to my posts, I can tell where you came from. So when I suddenly see a months old story getting 20+ hits in a day, it tends to get my interest. Seems like some of Spoony’s (spoonyexperiment.com) fanboys found my last post and decided to attack me. For the longest time I didn’t have an account at his forum because I believe if you want people to join a forum, you should let them lurk. But screw it, I need to get screenshots myself. So here we go into the insanity:
I should have edited the first guy out, and just screencapped everyone but him. But here’s part of the point I always make. The only reason these guys are fans of Spoony is because they want to become famous too. They want to grab onto his coattails and hold on tight. I mean the guy is so desperate for any attention that he wants a site that gets 100 hits at best a day to make fun of him. Well here you go, I’m your new messiah.
Let’s see if we can make this point so even simple minded idiots could understand. A troll is not just “Someone on the internet who makes fun of other people”, I made my video to point out how ridiculous the premise of their video was to begin with. So that in a way might be mocking someone, but the point being that mocking someone is not always trolling. On the internet today whenever someone has a different sense of humor or points out that people are taking something too seriously, it’s called trolling. Different opinion then everyone else? trolling.
Oh yes, and obviously it’s my fault that your talking about me. Don’t blame the attention whore who decided to link to me and demanded to be mentioned in a post. I post stupid videos all the time, and I’m shocked when anyone watches them. If your going to take anything I post seriously, then it’s your own fault.
Also, it’s a harp you dumbass. Which amazes me because you even go so far as to call me Bard… What else would a bard play?