I'm posting this here where it is most likely to be seen. From time to time we get what are most likely trolls, posting absurd questions with atrocious spelling and grammar. It's tempting to respond with sarcasm or hostility. Please, before you do, think about what the troll is looking for: attention. Those kinds of responses are filet mignon to a troll, and he may even decided to bring his friends to join the fun. Also, consider the possibility that the poster is really looking for ideas or encouragement. Of course, no 1 heer wud evr post netspeek, but not everyone realizes that netspeak is more annoying than cute. A word or two of encouragement might just light that spark we all know so well, that leads to late nights studying SPAG and best writing practices, and ends up in wasted lives on WF.org. So how best to feed a troll? A lean diet of calm words, just enough to help in the unlikely event the troll is just a scrumpy unwashed wanderer in search of stimulation, but not enough to fill the belly of a true cackling slavering troll. And if you're really annoyed, then use the report post icon to alert the mods. The troll goes hungry, except perhaps for just desserts.