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When trolling goes wrong

Tonight, as I responded to a tweet about the recent tragedy in California, a user on Twitter responded to my post.  This user thought to be a troll.  After an exchange of roughly 100 tweets to me, he decided I may make money off his tweets.  He stated don't publish my tweets to your website.

I informed him the internet is still free.  When you post in a public forum you face many risks.  This person who sought to troll me about gun control attempted to threaten me.  I have little respect for trolls who lawyer up (Zimmerman style) when getting ass kicked.  As I explained to the person, he/she had two choices call lawyer to get understanding of laws or start scrubbing his/her tweets.

What he/she fails to understand is a lawsuit over his/her tweets to me(while trolling) would increase my readership and allow me to be able to blog full-time without having to work my 60 hour weeks.



....and he continues to cry foul while trolling.



....and he continues to threat while trolling

A little background on the matter


...and he continues to threat while trolling

....and he continues to threat while trolling into the AM hours



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