the “party of old men” in the US
they manage to get elected.
The Mullahs of Iran
the “party of old fuddy-duddies.”
Somehow they keep
The list goes on.
You say “Half the Arabs are well under 30
they won’t stand for the MB.”
No, but they WILL stand
the Ree Tardy-style MB-subgroup
will pop up.
– Mike, The League of Ordinary Gentlemen
You know you’re touching a raw nerve.
Official conspirators, their attack shills begin
smearing you with silly names
deleting your posts
tampering with the judgments.
Yes those buildings were brought down with
– Dave, topix
The children, they suffer the consequences.
Bitter tears mean little to the fat capitalist
stealing from the children
stealing to make sure he has his yacht.
His trophy wive.
– drexl515; Redstate
The Awesome Eloquents
I can just see us striding t’internets,
Proud, Strong and Eloquent.
But then we’re labelled; cut off from the common
eloquent by our recognition
and unfolding fame.
Pretty soon we’re phoning it in.
You think you can do better? GET THE F**K OUT!
You’re Fassbendier than a Community Murdertank,
Terriers, hooray Left Wing, Boo Palin”
And the sycophants will laugh! Salaries will go
through the roof. Blow will rule the day.
AND WE WILL NOT HEAR THEM OVER OUR
– Ender; Pjima
most westerners are clueless about Islam
otherwise we wouldn’t be so f**ked right now.
western interventionism. want to stop it?
trying to terraform islamic culture into a variant of western culture
religious nationalism, the teabaggers
are in this country
only the teabaggers want to expulse
disenfranchise their fellow american citizens
repulse invader/occupier missionary crusaders.
sorry if that hurts your fee fees
our “armed social workers” – missionaries with guns.
– Samara; Ballon Juice
Well, so much for the League.
They’re defending fascism
wiping out any comment to the contrary.
I try to respond, the comment vanished
“error: please enter a comment.”
I shan’t be coming here again,
The League is obviously uninterested
– There Is No Point Left; The League of Ordinary Gentlemen
Note: One of the things I remember from my sophomore poetry class in college is that through the ages, the great poets have often been unpopular, misunderstood muckrakers. Consequently, their genius was often misunderstood by their contemporaries. They were, in other words, the trolls of their respective times. In a hundred years or so, who’s to say which of us will be identified as the artist, and which the bourgeoisie?
All of the poems above are real troll comments that I have run across recently. I have taken the liberty to edit each, with a focus only on punctuation and trimming down some overly wordy parts of works. However, I have tried to keep the artist’s original intent intact. Not knowing how to contact a troll, I was unable to get permission to change their comments, so I ask forgiveness in advance for doing so.
And of course, consider this an open thread…