Posted over 5 years ago
As Steve Job's once said in his Stantford assembly -
"Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life."
Ignore the trolling that is happening here on Kidzworld, as I have said and many other staff said - We are trying our best. We are trying to get these bottlers down off this website, the trolling, the people who do not abide by the rules, and everything else in between.
I am asking that everyone stop freaking out. Flooding the boards with your rant only causes the trolls to be more anxious for more. Arguing with a troll can get you in trouble, and it doesn't make them leave any faster. A troll's goal is to make users angry, and by responding to their posts, you are "feeding the troll". The sooner you extinguish the trolling, the better..
"Trollers" are people who aren't very acceptant in the real world. They may not be liked by the community, or/and are some what lonesome. They express there flame over the internet, because they aren't willing to show their faces, or speak their minds like they do on here - in the real world like a coward. They may be pretending to be someone or something. "Flaming" is another part of trolling when they type in all caps, spam, and curse.
Consider ignoring them. Troll behavior directed at you will usually stop if you don't add fuel for them to play with. Keep a good attitude, and faith in us and yourself. Stay on the comments or chat for that day if you notice some spike in bottlers or trolls on the forums. Make sure you're dealing with a troll. Sometimes, what appears to be a troll may just be a very stressed out person, wether it was todays incident, or tomorrow or any other time period.
Also - remember to report it to a KidzWorld Administrator, or Moderator[Moderators in Chat all the time, Junior Moderators can be reached by comments (I am one of them!)]
Though we monitor the boards, we want no arguing with you and the troll to happen if you post about the troll wether it is to report the user.
Thanks for your cooperation at KidzWorld, and we continue to strike back against this.