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May 8, 2014

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Patton Oswalt Angers Twitter Idiots with Fake Apologies

Patton Oswalt is a Jedi master at troll baiting.

Read all his “deleted tweet” apologies here.

Reminder, folks: Comedians are professional trolls.

20:23 // 3 months ago
March 27, 2014

Nancy Grace is obsessed with porn. Good Morning America isn’t afraid to make Nancy Grace look like a crazy woman.

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February 12, 2014
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October 11, 2013
16:22 // 10 months ago
September 19, 2013
Ever see an article on the internet and just want to like, perform voodoo hexes on its author? That’s how I feel about this human being’s word droppings.

Ever see an article on the internet and just want to like, perform voodoo hexes on its author? That’s how I feel about this human being’s word droppings.

10:01 // 11 months ago
September 13, 2013
22:13 // 11 months ago
October 31, 2012
In which an infamous troll who made up some whoppers of lies during Hurricane Sandy announces his resignation from a Congressional campaign.

In which an infamous troll who made up some whoppers of lies during Hurricane Sandy announces his resignation from a Congressional campaign.

9:59 // 1 year ago
April 8, 2012
People are just very reactive online. Things happen very quickly and we expect to get quick results. In reality things take time. Our expectations of the speed at which things happen online is not matched by reality.
Psychologist Nathalie Nahai • Speaking about how anger builds online in a very reactionary sense, which often manifests itself in a mob-like form. Anonymity is a major factor to this, Nahai says, as is the lack of clear human response. “There is no filter for this,” she says. “Social platforms provide one of those modes of communication where you can be absolutely horrendous and not worry about it. When we talk to someone on the phone we are primed to respond to voices and it’s a much more intimate way of communicating. When you remove social cues and reactions, it becomes easier to not think about it.” What do you think? Are you an angrier person online than you are in person? The Next Web’s article is targeted at startups, but if you ask us, there’s something in here we can all learn from.
12:05 // 2 years ago
January 17, 2012
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January 12, 2012
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