from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In fishing:
- noun The method of dragging or trailing a fishing-line and hook behind a boat, at or near the surface of the water; trawling.
- noun In Great Britain, a mode of fishing for pike with a rod and line, and with a dead bait, used chiefly when the water is full of weeds, rushes, etc.
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- verb Present participle of
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- noun angling by drawing a baited line through the water
Sorry, no etymologies found.
That kind of trolling is no better than the childish retort, “I know you are but what am I?”
January 7th, 2010 at 7: 13 pm tombaker says: parody trolling is SO last-decade …
Again, the purpose of trolling is to provoke an emotional reaction, thereby disrupting normal on-topic discussion.
* If on the other hand, if trolling is about inciting reaction, party members here certainly qualify as trolls.
I am not sure how you think posting crap and trolling is debunking anything.
Zooey says: tombaker says: parody trolling is SO last-decade …
Wow, I guess trolling is the ultimate sign of political conviction, then!
The entire point of trolling is to say whatever the local community will find most offensive, so they can get us all riled up.
But research trolling is selective and malicious, and its aim is to have a chilling effect.
Your trolling is very incoherent, very positive, but incoherent.