One who posts a deliberately provocative message to a newsgroup or message board with the intention of causing maximum disruption and argument
The National Elections this last week have been an emotional time for the Nation. Lots of nervous energy has been spent on speculation and optimism, and then disappointment when the results have not been as different as many had hoped.
The problem with being a Nation that once witnessed a miracle is that we forever maintain the hope we'll see one again. Does one get more than one miracle in a life time? I'd tend to say we are amazingly blessed to have witnessed one, and such a magnificent one at that.
I'd also tend to say that anyone who thought the ANC would fall, or even significantly shift, during this election is a fool. I don't get the 'So crushed #fml #sadforSouthAfrica' status updates I've seen around the interwebs.
I ALSO think that all those calling ANC voters 'idiots' (and much worse), are vile, bigoted sanctimonious twits.
A Twitter friend yesterday expressed this far more eloquently than I:
So THEN, I stumbled across this little corner of the internet, heavily populated by aforementioned vile twits, mainly of the expat variety, bitching and moaning at this post about their votes 'not being counted' and I just .... couldn't help myself.
(Screenshots because I'm not tainting my blog with a live link).
Obviously this wasn't the popular approach.
Luckily I'm not going to 'loose' any sleep over this.
And then of course someone had to play this card ... so cute ...
Ah, SO much fun to while away a lunch break which I couldn't really afford to take but you know, when a girl's got to troll a girl's got to troll!
I like writing to an audience, but I pretend you're not there.
I always read your comments, but I'm useless at responding to them.
Sometimes you really get me, sometimes not at all.
None of this is personal, just the beauty of the interwebs.