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    A quick guide to ignore molyneux trolls

    "We choose to ignore the molyneux trolls not because its easy, but because its hard" - John .F Kennedy

    step 1: ignore them completely....don't respond to their posts, don't read their posts, don't click on their infantile videos. have you noticed the amount of videos they link to ? thats because they don't have a mind of their own... explains a lot

    step 2: post other stuff on parallel threads like i'm doing here, let them know that we don't care about their stuff.

    step 3: if all else fails just ban them completely from the forum, trolling in this forum is not allowed(read forum rules). this was said here and is considered trolling: " By the way, how's your communist/socialist/liberal/social justice warrior movement going? " . its pure trolling, no value added to the forum.


    on a personal note, @sophicdrippings has some interesting things to say and at least participate in a debate so although a molyneux fan i think he adds some value to the forum. advice: stop linking to other videos nobody is clicking on them.

    as for @serenesam i suggest you walk off for a while let the information sink in for a couple of weeks and come back fresh. right now you're just being obnoxious.


    yours truly, HAL
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    Another thing to keep in mind is to stay calm at all times.

    getting angry is a weakness being calm is a strength.
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    Thanks Dude.

    I'm usually interested at first to see what they have to say but then it Quickly escalates into complete Nonsenical Ridiculousness. You could say I'm a little too nice always trying to give people the benefit of the doubt. And also a part of me is just curious to understand how & why people believe in these type of Irrational opinions.

    When I'm thinking about the problems of the World, my inquisitive mind spends a lot of time pondering exactly of this type of Mentality trying my best to figure out how it all came to be..
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    yes n i think dis movie says it all aswell [SPOILER WARNING: Funny AF]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ernest View Post
    Thanks Dude.

    I'm usually interested at first to see what they have to say but then it Quickly escalates into complete Nonsenical Ridiculousness. You could say I'm a little too nice always trying to give people the benefit of the doubt. And also a part of me is just curious to understand how & why people believe in these type of Irrational opinions.

    When I'm thinking about the problems of the World, my inquisitive mind spends a lot of time pondering exactly of this type of Mentality trying my best to figure out how it all came to be..
    Ernest.....Not certain what type of work you enjoy but by the sounds of it...you'd probably make a good Psychologist...wanting to know 'what makes people tick' is half the pre-requisist
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    I'm not afraid of engaging the alt-right or molyneux followers in a debate or discussion but serenesam doesn't seem up to the task.

    So I have to agree with you on avoiding such interactions. If they are not willing to take the debate seriously and consider our points but rather talk passed us, there's no point in exchanging viewpoints with them.
    Last edited by fsir; 11-05-2016 at 07:45 AM.
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    Does this forum have a mod?

    Because it seems serenesam is just out to post as much alt-right propaganda on a TZM forum as they can get away with under the guise of "debate" or a "question".

    Edit- I looked at serenesam' past posts here and they have been posting these type of challenging questions (and other TZM related stuff) since way back in 2013. There was a long 3 year break between then and now and they seem to be back to posting challenges.

    So maybe they aren't a troll but are just playing Devil's advocate?
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    d devil is sumbody dats advocating re-education

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    Quote Originally Posted by droneBEE View Post
    Ernest.....Not certain what type of work you enjoy but by the sounds of it...you'd probably make a good Psychologist...wanting to know 'what makes people tick' is half the pre-requisist
    I probably would have tried to become one if I had discovered I had this interest with the way people Think & Behave earlier in life but it didn't become clear to me until I started to seriously ask questions about the state of affairs we are in. And that's where I soon realized that a Huge part of it was on the Human Condition so I set to learn everything I could on it.

    Psychology & Sociology reveal so much to us and can help us understand each other so much better than we can learn from just relying on our own Groups/Communities. And it's sad sometimes when I see some people that question these Scientific studies and refuse to hear any of it. But for me, it has given me a whole new perspective on the World and people in general. Very Fascinating stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ernest View Post
    I probably would have tried to become one if I had discovered I had this interest with the way people Think & Behave earlier in life but it didn't become clear to me until I started to seriously ask questions about the state of affairs we are in. And that's where I soon realized that a Huge part of it was on the Human Condition so I set to learn everything I could on it.

    Psychology & Sociology reveal so much to us and can help us understand each other so much better than we can learn from just relying on our own Groups/Communities. And it's sad sometimes when I see some people that question these Scientific studies and refuse to hear any of it. But for me, it has given me a whole new perspective on the World and people in general. Very Fascinating stuff.

    Never too late Man. We've got several friends who went back to school in their 50's, 60's, and even one in her 70's (she actually became an RN), earned Degrees that were left behind due to life and happenstance....(As a lifelong student of human behavior myself I got my own BS and a BA while in my 50,s).....so it can be done 'if' ya really want it..... There's even some pretty good On Line courses that could assist you...
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