During the February 6 earthquake, i was trying to surf the net about the details of the earthquake so that i can post it on my blog. I was reading this Story in Yahoo! Philippines and a lot of people are trying to posts comments about the earthquakes, their experiences, and some are saying some prayers and showed worries in their comments.
I was so surprised to read 1 comment from this person with screen name Ahcee Flores. Here is the first comment i read:
There are already a lot of replies hating this person for the comment posted. Several comments are still posted and later another comment was posted by this person which makes all the netizens mad. Just judge it yourself what will you say about this comment. Here is another comment:
A screen capture of the post has gone viral over social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter. Flores now has several hate pages on Facebook, and haters have flooded @ahcee_flores with mentions on Twitter, which she has stopped replying to since last night. @ahcee flores has not denied that she posted the viral comment, and her posts are still currently open to the public.
As of posting time, i can see that Ahcee Flores is still trending in yahoo as it is number 1.
For additional information, this activity is called a troll. A troll is someone who posts inflammatory, extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community, such as an online discussion forum, chat room, or blog, with the primary intent of provoking readers into an emotional response or of otherwise disrupting normal on-topic discussion. (wikipedia)
Feeding the troll is when
You reply to a troll or group of trolls on the internet, usually angrily and while showing signs of being offended.
When you do this, you give the trolls the attention that they crave. You’re responding in the way that the troll wants you to respond. You get upset over something that someone posted on the internet.
Ahcee Flores’ is newest target of net attacks.