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1-22-2010 @ 4:03PM
It be articles and comments such as these that be givin' us trolls a bad name, mon. As a troll, I am extremely offended that whenever one of our brothers steps even slightly out of line, the entire troll community is labeled as wrongdoers. Not every troll is intolerant. Not every troll likes to use these offensive terms liberally. We are treated worse than murlocs due to the actions of a select few.I'm a troll. I like being one. But it saddens me very much when I am refused an invite to a raid because "Oh, just last week some troll ran his mouth on the forums and he got banned." I'm tired of my opinions and beliefs being dismissed out of hand. I can tell you that every single one of my troll brothers takes offense when anyone says "Don't mind him, he's just a troll." Maybe we wouldn't be so prone to offensive bursts if you weren't so quick to judge us based on the color of our blue skin and the fact that we have fewer toes than you.What is wrong with you people? On the one hand you pretend to be offended by the usage of intolerant words such as "rape" and "gay." On the other hand, you project the same intolerance on us trolls. This article has even come up with a new racial slur for trolls. I'm now afraid of speaking up in [1. General] or [2. Trade] for fear of being labeled a "perp." This makes you all hypocrites. It is a disgrace and a sham that this kind of discrimination should exist in the World of Warcraft. I have had enough. It is about time that the rest of the World of Warcraft stopped judging us trolls for the actions of a small group of irresponsible individuals. One day, the rest of the troll community will realize this. Stay strong, my brothers! The revolution is coming. When that day arrives, we shall be delivered from our oppression.Until then, they'll see me trollin', they hatin'. Patrollin', they tryin' ta catch me raidin' dirty....
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