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Old June 20th 05, 10:56 PM
Otto Bahn
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"Dave Bell" wrote

You have been trolled, hope that helps, have a nice day, heheheheheheh!

Once again, what is a "troll?" I thought it was a noun and you're
using it as a verb. You obviously don't mean fairy tale trolls.


A troll is someone who plays stupid. I've guessing trolled
means that someone (shelley) played stupid with me.

--oTTo--


Troll in this context is more related to fishing:

Motoring along quietly, trailing a baited hook, to see who bites.

In this case, asking stupid-newbie questions. In others, offerring
opinions extremely out of the norm for the newsgroup, like asking for
recipes for wokking a cat, in a cat-lovers' group...


I'd think it'd wok just like chicken.

--oTTo--



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Old June 20th 05, 11:05 PM
Marc Goodman
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Otto Bahn wrote:
"Dave Bell" wrote
In this case, asking stupid-newbie questions. In others, offerring
opinions extremely out of the norm for the newsgroup, like asking for
recipes for wokking a cat, in a cat-lovers' group...



I'd think it'd wok just like chicken.


I think cat would be a red meat, like dolphin or monkey,
not a white meat like bunny or aligator.
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Old June 20th 05, 11:12 PM
Otto Bahn
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"Marc Goodman" wrote

In this case, asking stupid-newbie questions. In others, offerring
opinions extremely out of the norm for the newsgroup, like asking for
recipes for wokking a cat, in a cat-lovers' group...



I'd think it'd wok just like chicken.


I think cat would be a red meat, like dolphin or monkey,
not a white meat like bunny or aligator.


It thought it was a chicken substitute in East Asia...?
Either way, that's a horrible thing to do a domesticated
aminal.

--oTTo--

"What's the matter, cat gut your tongue?"


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Old June 21st 05, 12:07 AM
Kevin S. Wilson
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On Mon, 20 Jun 2005 17:56:50 -0400, "Otto Bahn"
wrote:

"Dave Bell" wrote

You have been trolled, hope that helps, have a nice day, heheheheheheh!

Once again, what is a "troll?" I thought it was a noun and you're
using it as a verb. You obviously don't mean fairy tale trolls.

A troll is someone who plays stupid. I've guessing trolled
means that someone (shelley) played stupid with me.

--oTTo--


Troll in this context is more related to fishing:

Motoring along quietly, trailing a baited hook, to see who bites.

In this case, asking stupid-newbie questions. In others, offerring
opinions extremely out of the norm for the newsgroup, like asking for
recipes for wokking a cat, in a cat-lovers' group...


I'd think it'd wok just like chicken.


Well, you know what they say in sci.physics: "If it woks like a
chicken, and it toks like a chicken . . . ."

You know the rest. And you know what you have to do now, cowboy. (1)

(1) Why doesn't anyone ever ask me about this allusion? Too easy? Too
hard?

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Old June 21st 05, 01:53 AM
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Otto Bahn wrote:
"Marc Goodman" wrote


In this case, asking stupid-newbie questions. In others, offerring
opinions extremely out of the norm for the newsgroup, like asking for
recipes for wokking a cat, in a cat-lovers' group...


I'd think it'd wok just like chicken.


I think cat would be a red meat, like dolphin or monkey,
not a white meat like bunny or aligator.



It thought it was a chicken substitute in East Asia...?
Either way, that's a horrible thing to do a domesticated
aminal.


You mean, like a cow, or a goat?


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Old June 21st 05, 03:06 AM
Otto Bahn
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"sarah bennett" wrote

In this case, asking stupid-newbie questions. In others, offerring
opinions extremely out of the norm for the newsgroup, like asking for
recipes for wokking a cat, in a cat-lovers' group...


I'd think it'd wok just like chicken.

I think cat would be a red meat, like dolphin or monkey,
not a white meat like bunny or aligator.



It thought it was a chicken substitute in East Asia...?
Either way, that's a horrible thing to do a domesticated
aminal.


You mean, like a cow, or a goat?


Well, some people may let a goat in their house,
but I still don't consider it fully domesticated.

--oTTo--



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Old June 21st 05, 03:18 AM
Otto Bahn
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"Kevin S. Wilson" wrote

You have been trolled, hope that helps, have a nice day, heheheheheheh!

Once again, what is a "meta troll?" I thought it was a noun and you're
using it as a verb. You obviously don't mean fairy tale trolls.

A troll is someone who plays stupid. I've guessing trolled
means that someone (shelley) played stupid with me.

--oTTo--

Troll in this context is more related to fishing:

Motoring along quietly, trailing a baited hook, to see who bites.

In this case, asking stupid-newbie questions. In others, offerring
opinions extremely out of the norm for the newsgroup, like asking for
recipes for wokking a cat, in a cat-lovers' group...


I'd think it'd wok just like chicken.


Well, you know what they say in sci.physics: "If it woks like a
chicken, and it toks like a chicken . . . ."


ROTF-LOL!

You know the rest. And you know what you have to do now, cowboy. (1)

(1) Why doesn't anyone ever ask me about this allusion? Too easy? Too
hard?


Too "I never heard it from you before".

--oTTo--


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Old June 21st 05, 12:41 PM
Shaun aRe
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"Otto Bahn" wrote in message
...
"Marc Goodman" wrote

In this case, asking stupid-newbie questions. In others, offerring
opinions extremely out of the norm for the newsgroup, like asking for
recipes for wokking a cat, in a cat-lovers' group...


I'd think it'd wok just like chicken.


I think cat would be a red meat, like dolphin or monkey,
not a white meat like bunny or aligator.


It thought it was a chicken substitute in East Asia...?
Either way, that's a horrible thing to do a domesticated
aminal.


I think you are supposed to throw them out of the house for a while until
they go wild, then eat them.


Shaun aRe


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Old June 21st 05, 03:52 PM
Otto Bahn
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"Shaun aRe" wrote

In this case, asking stupid-newbie questions. In others, offerring
opinions extremely out of the norm for the newsgroup, like asking for
recipes for wokking a cat, in a cat-lovers' group...


I'd think it'd wok just like chicken.

I think cat would be a red meat, like dolphin or monkey,
not a white meat like bunny or aligator.


It thought it was a chicken substitute in East Asia...?
Either way, that's a horrible thing to do a domesticated
aminal.


I think you are supposed to throw them out of the house for a while until
they go wild, then eat them.


You probably get leaner meat that way.

--oTTo--


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Old June 21st 05, 08:30 PM
Bob (this one)
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Shaun aRe wrote:
"Otto Bahn" wrote in message
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"Marc Goodman" wrote


In this case, asking stupid-newbie questions. In others, offerring
opinions extremely out of the norm for the newsgroup, like asking for
recipes for wokking a cat, in a cat-lovers' group...


I'd think it'd wok just like chicken.

I think cat would be a red meat, like dolphin or monkey,
not a white meat like bunny or aligator.


Lion is white like pork.

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