Original post made by Peter, Southgate, on Aug 2, 2007
There is no way to exclude them, so the only way to combat these people is to ignore them when it becomes apparent what they're trying to do. To answer them is to make them happy, because an answer hands them another chance to provoke.
I'm not ranting about civility or niceness, just time and effort wasting.
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