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      That is a vary good point. And I think you are correct. God helps those who help themselves.

      > What is a troll?

      An Internet troll, or simply troll in Internet slang, is someone who
      posts controversial and usually irrelevant or off-topic messages in
      an online community, such as an online discussion forum, with the
      intention of baiting other users into an emotional response[1] or to
      generally disrupt normal on-topic discussion.[2]

      There are several reasons the post appeared to be that of a Troll:

      1. She claims to have an Abusive Drunk husband but at the bottom
      states -please dont ask me to leave him, it’s not an option. –
      Obviously- this gets people going- how can we, as logical thinking
      adults, not react to something like that.

      2. 5 kids & being on Welfare- Again, this usually elicits an
      emotional response for both sides- why have children you cant take
      care of and then the other view of “entitled to live and enjoy life
      as others do” etc etc

      I could go on, but the point is- Trolls come to boards to stir up
      trouble because they thrive on discord and generally have pathetic
      lives with nothing better to do.


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