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Here are my thoughts on how to implement a troll filter that gives each user control over what they see.
-Allow each user to mark someone as a troll, similar to how they mark them as an enemy.
-When I view the debate list, don't show debates created by people I have marked as a troll
-Grey out and collapse all arguments from people I have marked as a troll.
-Automatically pre-ban trolls from debates I create
-Block trolls from messaging me
A lot of the comments for this post are personal attacks, puppet accounts and trolls.
Are you going to be implementing any changes to the coding of the site to deal with the trolls, or do you plan on doing it all manually, because doing it manually seems like an impossible task, as is evident by the comments in this thread. Also, is the underline bug ever going to be fixed? If you send me the code you use for the underline feature, I can fix it for you.
"The Department of State is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Department of Defense. We have signed a Memorandum of Agreement to transfer $40 million from the Department of Defense to the Department of State’s Global Engagement Center (GEC) in Fiscal Year 2018 for initiatives to counter propaganda and disinformation from foreign nations." https://www.state.gov/r/pa/prs/ps/2018/
Is your life really so boring that the only way you can think to entertain yourself is creating a ton of accounts posting crap all day. You've created over 50 accounts over the past week. I hate to break it to you, but there is no award for having the most accounts. I suspect you plan on using them to do mass downvoting at some point in the time, probably starting with this post.
And I proved that Satan is the one who tortures, end of story.
No you didn't. The only verse you mentioned has nothing to do with hell or torture.
I know my own religion better than some atheist.
Some atheist that was a Christian for 25 years and knows more about Christianity than the vast majority of Christians.
I will not change my mind.
"You can tell if someone is about social intercourse or just about browbeating somebody with their opinion. It's no fun arguing with a close-minded person" - John Schneider
It's obvious from our many dialogs on this site that you aren't interested in constructive debate, because you always dodge my questions and get obstinate when your arguments fail, so I won't be participating in any more of your debates, which I'm sure will make you happy.
I already gave you the verses. They show that Jesus is the one that puts people in hell. Creating a place like hell and putting people there is torturing them. Like I said, it's no different than me lighting a bonfire and pushing you in it.
You still didn't answer my question, so I'll ask it a 3rd time. Do you believe that torturing people by burning them for eternity is something a benevolent god would do, or does that sound more like something corrupt men would say God does in order to scare them into submission?