So last night, a Christian troll stormed the gates on some soldier in the army of god bullshit. He created proselytizing posts, followed everyone he could like a creepy stalker (myself included), left unappreciated comments on other people's posts, etc...
Now, my favorite thing to do with a troll, particularly ones who knowingly go where they don't belong, is to troll them back and troll them hard. This is not something I do with religious people in general, as I'm a live and let live kind of person, but if you're going to force your religion down MY throat, I AM going to bite... HARD! You'll bleed out before I choke. (Apologies to anyone disturbed by the metaphor; I'm just a little hot about the whole thing.)
So I went to work. I went down his activity feed, replying to every unsolicited comment he left on someone's post, basically raining on his Jesus parade until I got tired and went to bed.
I woke up this morning however to discover it was all gone. I was admittedly, just a little disappointed. I felt like I was just getting started.
Anyway, did admin get him, or did he just block me? @Donotbelieve, do you have any idea?
Curious mind want to know.
If you're talking about an exchange on this site, most likely the god-botherer blocked you. That's the usual reason all his posts would vanish from your point of view. And that's why blocking him would have been just as effective and used up a lot less adrenaline.
Oddly, I have been blocked by two users on this site ... it's the first time in several years having these kinds of discussions on multiple sites that it's ever happened to me, although I have done it to a select few others. Usually when they are so incoherent and/or aggressive that they aren't worth dealing with. But it's a new experience going in the other direction. Sometimes I think blocking is too trivial a thing on this site ... a bit TOO easy and too total ... something people should be discouraged from doing in the heat of the moment. It encourages thin-skinned people to turn the site into their own private echo chamber, where they are never challenged nor hear a discouraging word. On the other hand ... maybe that's not a bad thing.