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Nine Smart Tips for Becoming an Anti-Linux Troll

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You have seen those extremely brilliant ant-Linux trolls that demonstrate their brilliance on IRC channels, message boards, and blog posts, right?

Now, I bet that you’ve always wanted to become one of those trolls. You probably think it is grand to spread around misinformation, right? If you didn’t, you probably shouldn’t be reading this post.

General tips

1) Study the work of other trolls.
Other trolls have done a lot of fine-tuning of their flamebaiting skills, and you should observe their techniques in order for you to become a top-notch troll.

2) Be an anti-Mac OS X troll too.

3) Be knowledgeable about Linux, but not too knowledgeable.

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