Monday, October 7, 2013

Web Trolls Anonymous?

Saw this article today and found it VERY telling about why cyber-bullying persists, not only on book sites like Goodreads, but all across the web. Could the feeling of spreading anonymous venom really be that addicting? on and tell me what you think.

Anonymous alcoholics? Study finds web trolls get a feeling of abandon similar to drunks.


  1. The so-called experts can theorise as much as they want. They can even delude themselves into forgiving the transgressors. But, there is no excuse for the often rude and hurtful comments made by these lowlifes Mysti. The experts should see them for what we all know they are - nothing but scum...

  2. The very reason I don't allow anonymous comments on my blog. If you can't say something for which you hold yourself accountable, I don't need it on my site. Thank goodness for that feature! :)

    1. I couldn't agree more! I moderate each one.


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