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Maybe this is a dumb question, but, On top of the website is says no axe grinding, ect. ect.....and it says no "Trolls"...what in the world is a Troll?

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besides a mythical creature that generally resides under a bridge....it is a person whose only real purpose on the boards is to try and get you worked up.

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perfect......thanks for the answer

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fee fii foo fum. you must answer 3 question to cross my bridge. Or pay me a some of money, Jking

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shadow886, now thats getting me worked up grin.gifgrin.gif Bill

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McClanes Dictionary of American Fishing defines "A TROLL" as "Dragging a worm on the bottom of the lake while running a motor boat".

"Axe Grinding" is the "Art of sharpening an axe with a grindstone" as defined in Webster's Dictionary of the American Language!

See what a college education will do for you, guys????

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Maybe this is a dumb question, but, On top of the website is says no axe grinding, ect. ect.....and it says no "Trolls"...what in the world is a Troll?


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_troll

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