Bradford Bulls: I'm only going to get better, roars Jarrod Sammut

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: ROARING FORTY: Jarrod Sammut scores one of his two tries in the Bulls’ 40-6 thrashing of Wakefield ROARING FORTY: Jarrod Sammut scores one of his two tries in the Bulls’ 40-6 thrashing of Wakefield

Jarrod Sammut has geared up for Friday’s crunch clash at Hull FC by declaring: “The best is yet to come!”

The Bulls stand-off enjoyed an outstanding game in Sunday’s Super League opener at home to Wakefield and combined superbly with Brett Kearney.

The Malta international scored twice against the Wildcats and was instrumental throughout as the Bulls romped to a 40-6 victory.

The resounding success has set Francis Cummins’ men up nicely for the tough test that awaits them at the KC Stadium.

Asked whether he felt he had hit top gear against Wakefield, Sammut said: “No, I think there’s still plenty more to come.

“Not everything came off last week and things weren’t perfect, but this is probably the best I’ve felt for a while.

“I just need to keep taking care of myself and making sure I’m right each week.

“Hopefully by doing that I can keep being consistent and producing more performances like I did last weekend against Wakey.”

Sammut endured a stop-start debut campaign last year, suffering cruel luck with injuries, but ended it on a high with four tries during the final-round defeat to Catalan Dragons in Perpignan.

With Ben Jeffries having retired, and Luke Gale set for another month on the sidelines, Sammut’s partnership with Kearney has taken on added importance.

The 25-year-old reflected: “I’m one of those players who has a pretty kamikaze style and I expect to get some sort of niggles, but last year I got some really serious injuries.

“But this year I’ve been working really hard on my prehab and rehab to make sure I’m fully fit.

“We’re missing Galey, which is a bit of a blow, but BK has stepped forward and we’re really putting together a strong partnership.

“Everyone else is jumping on the back of that and it’s making our jobs a lot easier.

“At the moment things are coming off.

“Franny has really been on my case to make sure that I support play and am always in the right position.

“It’s something I’ve worked hard on because when you’re in the right place at the right time, things pay off.

“It’s always good when you see a bit of space and you’ve got to back yourself.

“Luckily enough for me, I got through to the try-line on a couple of occasions last weekend and I was really happy with that.”

The Bulls face a sterner test of their play-off potential at Hull on Friday and Sammut added: “This year we have really come together as a group and said ‘if we don’t make the eight then we’ve definitely underachieved’.

“We left everything on the field against Wakefield, there was nothing left at the end of the eighty minutes.

“It was just a great start to the season for us – the first home game, two points and we couldn’t have asked for more.

“But we need to go and do it all over again at Hull now.”

Sammut picked up a minor knock on his calf against Wakefield but looks certain to be fit to face Hull.

Prop Nick Scruton suffered a blow to the face during Sunday’s game but is similarly hopeful of being available for Friday’s encounter.

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9:46am Wed 6 Feb 13

Bull4eva says...

wembley bound wrote:
I am sure the crusaders will be delighted by this revelation after he won the clubs "hide and seek" champion last year.
Care to explain?
[quote][p][bold]wembley bound[/bold] wrote: I am sure the crusaders will be delighted by this revelation after he won the clubs "hide and seek" champion last year.[/p][/quote]Care to explain? Bull4eva
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10:32am Wed 6 Feb 13

barbarian mike says...

Guys, he's a proper mong! Let's just look forward to what could be a more than decent season out of Sammut!
COYB
Guys, he's a proper mong! Let's just look forward to what could be a more than decent season out of Sammut! COYB barbarian mike
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12:05pm Wed 6 Feb 13

fraternise says...

wembley bound wrote:
I am sure the crusaders will be delighted by this revelation after he won the clubs "hide and seek" champion last year.
What does that mean??
[quote][p][bold]wembley bound[/bold] wrote: I am sure the crusaders will be delighted by this revelation after he won the clubs "hide and seek" champion last year.[/p][/quote]What does that mean?? fraternise
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12:44pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Bone_idle18 says...

Uglytruth wrote:
lets not get carried away, we beat a very weak wakefield side, the tough test will be against hull who will be stepping it up after their defeat against leeds. gale's injury is a blow- i cant believe all this damage was done to his ankle just from clowning about jumping from a window ledge while with in hotel with england knights
They might have lacked first choice halves, but the core of the team were similar to the team that won 7 on the trot last season, they also boosted their forward pack with Justin Poore (origin forward).

I agree hull will be tougher, but it was still a very good performance on Sunday, Still could do with cover at prop, but the ones we have look able to match any teams.
[quote][p][bold]Uglytruth[/bold] wrote: lets not get carried away, we beat a very weak wakefield side, the tough test will be against hull who will be stepping it up after their defeat against leeds. gale's injury is a blow- i cant believe all this damage was done to his ankle just from clowning about jumping from a window ledge while with in hotel with england knights[/p][/quote]They might have lacked first choice halves, but the core of the team were similar to the team that won 7 on the trot last season, they also boosted their forward pack with Justin Poore (origin forward). I agree hull will be tougher, but it was still a very good performance on Sunday, Still could do with cover at prop, but the ones we have look able to match any teams. Bone_idle18
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12:59pm Wed 6 Feb 13

TBC/SLC52 says...

Wembley Bound, still trying it on, I see. The point is you are now losing it. Mind you I like the idea that you know Viking, very good. Will no doubt drag a response out of him. But remember this I'm still the best. I feel another run coming on. So watch your back Wembley, I'm coming for you.

Just like Sheffield is coming for the coward Alfucham. Wouldn't mind a ticket for that one. Alfucham, have you arranged a date yet? Or will you just carry on hiding behind your keyboard.

So goodbye for now. Watch your backs, because I'm coming back.
Wembley Bound, still trying it on, I see. The point is you are now losing it. Mind you I like the idea that you know Viking, very good. Will no doubt drag a response out of him. But remember this I'm still the best. I feel another run coming on. So watch your back Wembley, I'm coming for you. Just like Sheffield is coming for the coward Alfucham. Wouldn't mind a ticket for that one. Alfucham, have you arranged a date yet? Or will you just carry on hiding behind your keyboard. So goodbye for now. Watch your backs, because I'm coming back. TBC/SLC52
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1:21pm Wed 6 Feb 13

wembley bound says...

I would watch my back if Viking was behind me that's for sure.
Hide and seek champion please explain ,
Just how thick are some people on here ?
He only showed up in 25% of games for Crusaders and went missing ( hide and seek ) for the rest.
I did collect my cash from post office this morning yes were you waiting outside my flat ?
Just you run along to work and pay some more tax for my trip to Wembley to see the mighty BANTAMS
I would watch my back if Viking was behind me that's for sure. Hide and seek champion please explain , Just how thick are some people on here ? He only showed up in 25% of games for Crusaders and went missing ( hide and seek ) for the rest. I did collect my cash from post office this morning yes were you waiting outside my flat ? Just you run along to work and pay some more tax for my trip to Wembley to see the mighty BANTAMS wembley bound
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1:40pm Wed 6 Feb 13

theviking62 says...

You'd better watch your back, Egg Bound. Alfuchu, will be behind you as you both do a runner. Your fellow fool will be on the news forum. As both money and council, extra police have been mentioned.

Sammut and Kearney look to be working well together, as the Leeds and Wakefield games showed. But credit has to go to the pack for dominating opposing pack, thus allowing the halves to supply the outside backs with plenty of ball. Sammut is the type of player every club needs, he his unpredictable in what he does on the field. Foster doing a fine job at full back and with his goal kicking. Though a major test is this Friday at KC stadium.
You'd better watch your back, Egg Bound. Alfuchu, will be behind you as you both do a runner. Your fellow fool will be on the news forum. As both money and council, extra police have been mentioned. Sammut and Kearney look to be working well together, as the Leeds and Wakefield games showed. But credit has to go to the pack for dominating opposing pack, thus allowing the halves to supply the outside backs with plenty of ball. Sammut is the type of player every club needs, he his unpredictable in what he does on the field. Foster doing a fine job at full back and with his goal kicking. Though a major test is this Friday at KC stadium. theviking62
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1:51pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Parz says...

Here's a thought, if Gale and Purtell come back at the same time (If I remember right Purtell's back early March and Gale's out til then now with the latest lay off) and teh rest of teh team keep playing as they are, who do you drop?

I assume most people would drop Platt for Purtell, but who would you drop (if anyone) for Gale with Foster, Kearney and Sammut all playing as well as they have been?
Here's a thought, if Gale and Purtell come back at the same time (If I remember right Purtell's back early March and Gale's out til then now with the latest lay off) and teh rest of teh team keep playing as they are, who do you drop? I assume most people would drop Platt for Purtell, but who would you drop (if anyone) for Gale with Foster, Kearney and Sammut all playing as well as they have been? Parz
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3:03pm Wed 6 Feb 13

wembley bound says...

Viking these colours don't run, unlike your special dress wink wink.
Viking these colours don't run, unlike your special dress wink wink. wembley bound
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3:38pm Wed 6 Feb 13

fraternise says...

Parz wrote:
Here's a thought, if Gale and Purtell come back at the same time (If I remember right Purtell's back early March and Gale's out til then now with the latest lay off) and teh rest of teh team keep playing as they are, who do you drop?

I assume most people would drop Platt for Purtell, but who would you drop (if anyone) for Gale with Foster, Kearney and Sammut all playing as well as they have been?
Rotation is the answer, and it will be a tough choice but what a luxury! Particulary if it's not injuries that dictate the choice FC has to make, between all those good players.
[quote][p][bold]Parz[/bold] wrote: Here's a thought, if Gale and Purtell come back at the same time (If I remember right Purtell's back early March and Gale's out til then now with the latest lay off) and teh rest of teh team keep playing as they are, who do you drop? I assume most people would drop Platt for Purtell, but who would you drop (if anyone) for Gale with Foster, Kearney and Sammut all playing as well as they have been?[/p][/quote]Rotation is the answer, and it will be a tough choice but what a luxury! Particulary if it's not injuries that dictate the choice FC has to make, between all those good players. fraternise
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4:00pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Thathere says...

Sammut joined Crusaders halfway through 2010 with 17 matches left of the season. He played in 12 of those matches and scored 5 tries. In 2011 he played in 21 out of 27 matches, scoring 12 tries. So in his time at Crusaders he played in 75% of matches and scored better than a try every two matches.

Pretty good stats in my opinion.
Sammut joined Crusaders halfway through 2010 with 17 matches left of the season. He played in 12 of those matches and scored 5 tries. In 2011 he played in 21 out of 27 matches, scoring 12 tries. So in his time at Crusaders he played in 75% of matches and scored better than a try every two matches. Pretty good stats in my opinion. Thathere
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4:54pm Wed 6 Feb 13

bully4us says...

They are good stats but some brain dead posters don’t let facts get in the way of a good troll post. He will either log on as someone else and have a go at someone or come back with another stupid comment. Would you want to employ someone who has his sort of immature mentality? Doesn't he realise we are all laughing at him and teasing him to continue. It is like goadingh
They are good stats but some brain dead posters don’t let facts get in the way of a good troll post. He will either log on as someone else and have a go at someone or come back with another stupid comment. Would you want to employ someone who has his sort of immature mentality? Doesn't he realise we are all laughing at him and teasing him to continue. It is like goadingh bully4us
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4:56pm Wed 6 Feb 13

expatbull says...

wembley bound wrote:
I would watch my back if Viking was behind me that's for sure.
Hide and seek champion please explain ,
Just how thick are some people on here ?
He only showed up in 25% of games for Crusaders and went missing ( hide and seek ) for the rest.
I did collect my cash from post office this morning yes were you waiting outside my flat ?
Just you run along to work and pay some more tax for my trip to Wembley to see the mighty BANTAMS
“I never argue with an idiot;as they will bring me down to their level and win from experience.”,so i wont argue with you,just recommend that you study player stats before making an statement that is wrong.
[quote][p][bold]wembley bound[/bold] wrote: I would watch my back if Viking was behind me that's for sure. Hide and seek champion please explain , Just how thick are some people on here ? He only showed up in 25% of games for Crusaders and went missing ( hide and seek ) for the rest. I did collect my cash from post office this morning yes were you waiting outside my flat ? Just you run along to work and pay some more tax for my trip to Wembley to see the mighty BANTAMS[/p][/quote]“I never argue with an idiot;as they will bring me down to their level and win from experience.”,so i wont argue with you,just recommend that you study player stats before making an statement that is wrong. expatbull
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5:18pm Wed 6 Feb 13

theviking62 says...

wembley bound wrote:
Viking these colours don't run, unlike your special dress wink wink.
These colours don't run either. Unlike some I know who can't give a straight answer to anything. Who don't know the first thing about RL stats. Who in fact knows nothing at all.

By the way the best powder to use when washing coloured clothing is, well you should know this one bearing in mind your references to fantasy of me in a dress/or behind you, OMO.
[quote][p][bold]wembley bound[/bold] wrote: Viking these colours don't run, unlike your special dress wink wink.[/p][/quote]These colours don't run either. Unlike some I know who can't give a straight answer to anything. Who don't know the first thing about RL stats. Who in fact knows nothing at all. By the way the best powder to use when washing coloured clothing is, well you should know this one bearing in mind your references to fantasy of me in a dress/or behind you, OMO. theviking62
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5:55pm Wed 6 Feb 13

-HCK3R- says...

See the troll has reverted to his multiple sign ons ....even disagreeing with himself.....think his medication needs increasing !
See the troll has reverted to his multiple sign ons ....even disagreeing with himself.....think his medication needs increasing ! -HCK3R-
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5:56pm Wed 6 Feb 13

beowulf kicks ass says...

wembley bound wrote:
Viking these colours don't run, unlike your special dress wink wink.
Mr W Bound,having studied your posts over the last few weeks i have come to the following conclusions,you are (1) A troll,who also suffers from delusions.
and (2) an idiot.
These three combined dont make you dangerous just annoying,Some on here humour you,giving you tasty treats to occupy your mind while all the time laughing at you ,but i wont,i want to help you after all that's what the bible teaches us doesn't it. I recommend that you contact a psychiatrist (that's a head doctor to you) he might help,but will ask uncomfortable questions about your relationship with your mummy,daddy and other family members ,(oh i nearly forgot, if you have trouble keeping up i can type SLOWLY).
Please Please seek urgent help ,before you turn into a complete TROLL getting attention now will save us from a lifetime of your drivel,please read the below as this is an description of how we see you...Let's talk about intentional trolls.

Some are motivated by political, financial, or ideological gain. For example, political trolls participate in forums run by opponents to disrupt them. Sometimes this takes the form of a concern troll, a person who appears sympathetic to the cause being discussed but who is actually trying to sow doubt among the believers. In 2006 a Republican Congressional staffer was forced to resign after he posted to liberal blogs as a Democrat who thought the party should fold in the contest for his boss's seat.

How about financial and ideological trolling? Trolls posted falsely about a corporate buy-out at Yahoo Finance that caused an immediate 31% gain in the stock of telephone equipment company PairGain. The hoax was quickly exposed and the stock deflated. Wired claims that anti-Scientology protests sometimes take the form of trolling. We're all familiar with Linux trolls who disrupt Windows threads, and Windows trolls who disrupt Linux discussions.

Then there are the cases of astroturfing, also called astrotrolling. Whole Foods CEO John Mackey was caught doing this. His anonymous self "quickly became an outspoken regular on the board, praising and defending Whole Foods with the equally enthusiastic virulence used to attack and shame the company's competitors and nay-sayers."

Trolls sometimes defame individuals. One victim was the late 60 Minutes commentator Andy Rooney, whose name was signed to a racist rant he didn't write. Another was John Seigenthaler, eminent journalist and former Kennedy aide, who was implicated in the Kennedy assassinations by a false Wikipedia post. The perpetrator was caught. Few of us non-famous folks would have had the resources to counteract such "Internet character assassination." Some trolls even mock the dead and deface online memorials.

Claire Hardaker explores the psychological motivations of trolls in her Ph.D. thesis Trolling in Asynchronous Computer-Mediated Communication. She concludes that "trolls intention(s) is/are to cause disruption and/or to trigger or exacerbate conflict for the purposes of their own amusement."

Dr. Tom Postmes, Dutch professor of social psychology and book editor of Individuality and the Group, has a contrarian take. He argues that instead of contravening social standards, trolls conform to them. It's just that the social standards to which they're attuned are specific to a certain web subculture.

Another way to consider trolling from is Dr. Phil's viewpoint: People only engage in repeated behavior if it pays off for them. What is the pay-off for trolling? Experts and online discussions cite:

Attention and recognition, even if negative
The emotional release of venting
Power (the power to disrupt)
Vandalism
The thrill of breaking social conventions
Sabotaging groups the troll dislikes
Immaturity


Intentional trolls brag that they do it for the lulz. Their braggadocio usually masks these reasons.
[quote][p][bold]wembley bound[/bold] wrote: Viking these colours don't run, unlike your special dress wink wink.[/p][/quote]Mr W Bound,having studied your posts over the last few weeks i have come to the following conclusions,you are (1) A troll,who also suffers from delusions. and (2) an idiot. These three combined dont make you dangerous just annoying,Some on here humour you,giving you tasty treats to occupy your mind while all the time laughing at you ,but i wont,i want to help you after all that's what the bible teaches us doesn't it. I recommend that you contact a psychiatrist (that's a head doctor to you) he might help,but will ask uncomfortable questions about your relationship with your mummy,daddy and other family members ,(oh i nearly forgot, if you have trouble keeping up i can type SLOWLY). Please Please seek urgent help ,before you turn into a complete TROLL getting attention now will save us from a lifetime of your drivel,please read the below as this is an description of how we see you...Let's talk about intentional trolls. Some are motivated by political, financial, or ideological gain. For example, political trolls participate in forums run by opponents to disrupt them. Sometimes this takes the form of a concern troll, a person who appears sympathetic to the cause being discussed but who is actually trying to sow doubt among the believers. In 2006 a Republican Congressional staffer was forced to resign after he posted to liberal blogs as a Democrat who thought the party should fold in the contest for his boss's seat. How about financial and ideological trolling? Trolls posted falsely about a corporate buy-out at Yahoo Finance that caused an immediate 31% gain in the stock of telephone equipment company PairGain. The hoax was quickly exposed and the stock deflated. Wired claims that anti-Scientology protests sometimes take the form of trolling. We're all familiar with Linux trolls who disrupt Windows threads, and Windows trolls who disrupt Linux discussions. Then there are the cases of astroturfing, also called astrotrolling. Whole Foods CEO John Mackey was caught doing this. His anonymous self "quickly became an outspoken regular on the board, praising and defending Whole Foods with the equally enthusiastic virulence used to attack and shame the company's competitors and nay-sayers." Trolls sometimes defame individuals. One victim was the late 60 Minutes commentator Andy Rooney, whose name was signed to a racist rant he didn't write. Another was John Seigenthaler, eminent journalist and former Kennedy aide, who was implicated in the Kennedy assassinations by a false Wikipedia post. The perpetrator was caught. Few of us non-famous folks would have had the resources to counteract such "Internet character assassination." Some trolls even mock the dead and deface online memorials. Claire Hardaker explores the psychological motivations of trolls in her Ph.D. thesis Trolling in Asynchronous Computer-Mediated Communication. She concludes that "trolls intention(s) is/are to cause disruption and/or to trigger or exacerbate conflict for the purposes of their own amusement." Dr. Tom Postmes, Dutch professor of social psychology and book editor of Individuality and the Group, has a contrarian take. He argues that instead of contravening social standards, trolls conform to them. It's just that the social standards to which they're attuned are specific to a certain web subculture. Another way to consider trolling from is Dr. Phil's viewpoint: People only engage in repeated behavior if it pays off for them. What is the pay-off for trolling? Experts and online discussions cite: Attention and recognition, even if negative The emotional release of venting Power (the power to disrupt) Vandalism The thrill of breaking social conventions Sabotaging groups the troll dislikes Immaturity Intentional trolls brag that they do it for the lulz. Their braggadocio usually masks these reasons. beowulf kicks ass
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5:58pm Wed 6 Feb 13

beowulf kicks ass says...

oh yes that eggbound alright
oh yes that eggbound alright beowulf kicks ass
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6:03pm Wed 6 Feb 13

theviking62 says...

-HCK3R- wrote:
See the troll has reverted to his multiple sign ons ....even disagreeing with himself.....think his medication needs increasing !
I hope you're not referring to me, as his alta ego. HCK3R. The guy is a fool, that I love to wind up. Mind you so do others. He is so thick/up his self he fails to see what we are doing.
[quote][p][bold]-HCK3R-[/bold] wrote: See the troll has reverted to his multiple sign ons ....even disagreeing with himself.....think his medication needs increasing ![/p][/quote]I hope you're not referring to me, as his alta ego. HCK3R. The guy is a fool, that I love to wind up. Mind you so do others. He is so thick/up his self he fails to see what we are doing. theviking62
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6:06pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Ever positive says...

beowulf kicks **** = Viking? Looks like cut and pasted from some thesis he did on his domestic science course at Bfd Tech.
beowulf kicks **** = Viking? Looks like cut and pasted from some thesis he did on his domestic science course at Bfd Tech. Ever positive
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6:24pm Wed 6 Feb 13

wembley bound says...

beowulf kicks **** wrote:
wembley bound wrote: Viking these colours don't run, unlike your special dress wink wink.
Mr W Bound,having studied your posts over the last few weeks i have come to the following conclusions,you are (1) A troll,who also suffers from delusions. and (2) an idiot. These three combined dont make you dangerous just annoying,Some on here humour you,giving you tasty treats to occupy your mind while all the time laughing at you ,but i wont,i want to help you after all that's what the bible teaches us doesn't it. I recommend that you contact a psychiatrist (that's a head doctor to you) he might help,but will ask uncomfortable questions about your relationship with your mummy,daddy and other family members ,(oh i nearly forgot, if you have trouble keeping up i can type SLOWLY). Please Please seek urgent help ,before you turn into a complete TROLL getting attention now will save us from a lifetime of your drivel,please read the below as this is an description of how we see you...Let's talk about intentional trolls. Some are motivated by political, financial, or ideological gain. For example, political trolls participate in forums run by opponents to disrupt them. Sometimes this takes the form of a concern troll, a person who appears sympathetic to the cause being discussed but who is actually trying to sow doubt among the believers. In 2006 a Republican Congressional staffer was forced to resign after he posted to liberal blogs as a Democrat who thought the party should fold in the contest for his boss's seat. How about financial and ideological trolling? Trolls posted falsely about a corporate buy-out at Yahoo Finance that caused an immediate 31% gain in the stock of telephone equipment company PairGain. The hoax was quickly exposed and the stock deflated. Wired claims that anti-Scientology protests sometimes take the form of trolling. We're all familiar with Linux trolls who disrupt Windows threads, and Windows trolls who disrupt Linux discussions. Then there are the cases of astroturfing, also called astrotrolling. Whole Foods CEO John Mackey was caught doing this. His anonymous self "quickly became an outspoken regular on the board, praising and defending Whole Foods with the equally enthusiastic virulence used to attack and shame the company's competitors and nay-sayers." Trolls sometimes defame individuals. One victim was the late 60 Minutes commentator Andy Rooney, whose name was signed to a racist rant he didn't write. Another was John Seigenthaler, eminent journalist and former Kennedy aide, who was implicated in the Kennedy assassinations by a false Wikipedia post. The perpetrator was caught. Few of us non-famous folks would have had the resources to counteract such "Internet character assassination." Some trolls even mock the dead and deface online memorials. Claire Hardaker explores the psychological motivations of trolls in her Ph.D. thesis Trolling in Asynchronous Computer-Mediated Communication. She concludes that "trolls intention(s) is/are to cause disruption and/or to trigger or exacerbate conflict for the purposes of their own amusement." Dr. Tom Postmes, Dutch professor of social psychology and book editor of Individuality and the Group, has a contrarian take. He argues that instead of contravening social standards, trolls conform to them. It's just that the social standards to which they're attuned are specific to a certain web subculture. Another way to consider trolling from is Dr. Phil's viewpoint: People only engage in repeated behavior if it pays off for them. What is the pay-off for trolling? Experts and online discussions cite: Attention and recognition, even if negative The emotional release of venting Power (the power to disrupt) Vandalism The thrill of breaking social conventions Sabotaging groups the troll dislikes Immaturity Intentional trolls brag that they do it for the lulz. Their braggadocio usually masks these reasons.
I only read 1st part and he names 2 points but put these 3 ?
As for Sammut it's not all about scoring trys so you can have all stats you want.
My crossdressing friend has been sussed yet again as the troll viking62
[quote][p][bold]beowulf kicks ****[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wembley bound[/bold] wrote: Viking these colours don't run, unlike your special dress wink wink.[/p][/quote]Mr W Bound,having studied your posts over the last few weeks i have come to the following conclusions,you are (1) A troll,who also suffers from delusions. and (2) an idiot. These three combined dont make you dangerous just annoying,Some on here humour you,giving you tasty treats to occupy your mind while all the time laughing at you ,but i wont,i want to help you after all that's what the bible teaches us doesn't it. I recommend that you contact a psychiatrist (that's a head doctor to you) he might help,but will ask uncomfortable questions about your relationship with your mummy,daddy and other family members ,(oh i nearly forgot, if you have trouble keeping up i can type SLOWLY). Please Please seek urgent help ,before you turn into a complete TROLL getting attention now will save us from a lifetime of your drivel,please read the below as this is an description of how we see you...Let's talk about intentional trolls. Some are motivated by political, financial, or ideological gain. For example, political trolls participate in forums run by opponents to disrupt them. Sometimes this takes the form of a concern troll, a person who appears sympathetic to the cause being discussed but who is actually trying to sow doubt among the believers. In 2006 a Republican Congressional staffer was forced to resign after he posted to liberal blogs as a Democrat who thought the party should fold in the contest for his boss's seat. How about financial and ideological trolling? Trolls posted falsely about a corporate buy-out at Yahoo Finance that caused an immediate 31% gain in the stock of telephone equipment company PairGain. The hoax was quickly exposed and the stock deflated. Wired claims that anti-Scientology protests sometimes take the form of trolling. We're all familiar with Linux trolls who disrupt Windows threads, and Windows trolls who disrupt Linux discussions. Then there are the cases of astroturfing, also called astrotrolling. Whole Foods CEO John Mackey was caught doing this. His anonymous self "quickly became an outspoken regular on the board, praising and defending Whole Foods with the equally enthusiastic virulence used to attack and shame the company's competitors and nay-sayers." Trolls sometimes defame individuals. One victim was the late 60 Minutes commentator Andy Rooney, whose name was signed to a racist rant he didn't write. Another was John Seigenthaler, eminent journalist and former Kennedy aide, who was implicated in the Kennedy assassinations by a false Wikipedia post. The perpetrator was caught. Few of us non-famous folks would have had the resources to counteract such "Internet character assassination." Some trolls even mock the dead and deface online memorials. Claire Hardaker explores the psychological motivations of trolls in her Ph.D. thesis Trolling in Asynchronous Computer-Mediated Communication. She concludes that "trolls intention(s) is/are to cause disruption and/or to trigger or exacerbate conflict for the purposes of their own amusement." Dr. Tom Postmes, Dutch professor of social psychology and book editor of Individuality and the Group, has a contrarian take. He argues that instead of contravening social standards, trolls conform to them. It's just that the social standards to which they're attuned are specific to a certain web subculture. Another way to consider trolling from is Dr. Phil's viewpoint: People only engage in repeated behavior if it pays off for them. What is the pay-off for trolling? Experts and online discussions cite: Attention and recognition, even if negative The emotional release of venting Power (the power to disrupt) Vandalism The thrill of breaking social conventions Sabotaging groups the troll dislikes Immaturity Intentional trolls brag that they do it for the lulz. Their braggadocio usually masks these reasons.[/p][/quote]I only read 1st part and he names 2 points but put these 3 ? As for Sammut it's not all about scoring trys so you can have all stats you want. My crossdressing friend has been sussed yet again as the troll viking62 wembley bound
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6:28pm Wed 6 Feb 13

theviking62 says...

Sorry old chum, Beowulf ain't me. Welcome back, under a name, you've used before. What a bloody moron you are, we know you change your name more than you change your underwear.
Sorry old chum, Beowulf ain't me. Welcome back, under a name, you've used before. What a bloody moron you are, we know you change your name more than you change your underwear. theviking62
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6:36pm Wed 6 Feb 13

theviking62 says...

Like I said, Egg Bound, you are a strange one, obsessed with people in dresses. I think you should see a specialist about this. You are a born loser. When you can't think of a reply, you revert to type, posting garbage and insults. I notice your " friend " Alfuchu has gone away, when asked a question by Sheffield Bull. Like ALL cowards, you included, run when people stand up to them, we're waiting for you to do same.
Like I said, Egg Bound, you are a strange one, obsessed with people in dresses. I think you should see a specialist about this. You are a born loser. When you can't think of a reply, you revert to type, posting garbage and insults. I notice your " friend " Alfuchu has gone away, when asked a question by Sheffield Bull. Like ALL cowards, you included, run when people stand up to them, we're waiting for you to do same. theviking62
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8:44pm Wed 6 Feb 13

wembley bound says...

BLAH BLAH BLAH
BLAH BLAH BLAH wembley bound
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9:55pm Wed 6 Feb 13

nosher says...

Ignore it
Ignore it nosher
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8:19am Thu 7 Feb 13

wembley bound says...

nosher wrote:
Ignore it
Shut up nosey or join in
[quote][p][bold]nosher[/bold] wrote: Ignore it[/p][/quote]Shut up nosey or join in wembley bound
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