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This is still too easy.

As always, we don’t allow ignorant comments out of moderation to be linked with the original post, but we will present some of them in subsequent posts for the purpose of public derision and mockery. As we see fit.

We see fit.

Yesterday we got another attempted trolling comment submitted in response to Elect Mark Alford (r), expect a circus (April 26, 2023), ostensibly in support of the congressman. The subject of Mark Alford (r) does bring out their best work:

The writer of this, stupid and dumb article is obvious a partisan writer. This person needs to be put out of the writers circle. It takes more than a good speller and grammar to make a good reporter. It takes ethics

Writer’s circle? Is that like a union, or something?

Curiously, good spelling and grammar are essential elements when it comes to literary criticism, online or not.

Ethics? It’s way past time to convene a blogger ethics panel. [I am aware of all Internet traditions.]

The Dunning-Krueger Effect demonstrated in 3.7 sentences. A new world record.

“…The writer of this, stupid and dumb article is obvious a partisan writer…” Sleeping in class really paid off there. Obviously.

By the way, the IP address and email address of all comments are attached to the original comment in our blog operating system.


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