Lessons learned from internet trolls thanks Paul Cottrell with Volatility of The 2008 Crisis Webinar Mon Jul 7

(Last Updated On: July 6, 2014)

Lessons learned from internet trolls thanks  Paul Cottrell with Volatility of The 2008 Crisis Webinar Mon Jul 7 

 

We got a webinar coming up on this Monday Jul 7 at 7PM so see the details listed below!

 

I have listed valuable lessons when you run an online business with trolls who love to get a rise of out of you:

 

This was sent by Paul Cottrell:

 

Lessons learned from internet trolls thanks to this cool Anonymous and Hacktivist movie – See more

 

Some of my summed up highlights:

 

This was a non trading documentary but hits the heart of any programming or techie. This was sent out by Paul Cottrell.

 

Lessons learned but rant alert:

 

1. I am mixed on this. I understand these socially awkward misfits need a sense of community. I am pretty well one of them. I get that and respect their attack on Scientology and racists. Good one but when they attack innocent businesses indirectly like Paypal, my business survival is at stake because their precious little WIkileaks funding was pulled. That is when they cross the line so I send a big FU to them.

 

2. When any site like mine is honestly run to help dozens of people, you will always get little demented trolls with their stupid comments. Ok fine but will that stop me from posting stuff? I don’t think so but this documentary clearly shows these types are frustrated little boys in their mommy’s basement with no where to go on Saturday nights. Boo hoo. You are just like one of those little maggots who are invited to someone’s house, decide to take a crap in the corner, and think it is funny. It ain’t and you look a moron. As a result, I think engaging with these twisted psychotic types is dumb so I will ignore them. Give them their little platform to spew but they don’t realize that their lonely misery is not going to stop people like me from succeeding.  Oh yeh, a big FU to them again.

 

Boy that felt better so the rant is over.

 

– See more at: https://quantlabs.net/blog/2014/07/lessons-learned-from-internet-trolls-thanks-to-this-cool-anonymous-and-hacktivist-movie/#sthash.SVt1H9vr.dpuf

 

Speaking of Paul Cottrell who has a webinar Monday night:

 

Paul Cottrell on Volatility of The 2008 Crisis MONDAY Jul 7 at 7pm EST

 

Volatility of The 2008 Crisis 7-8pm.

 

The Time Series

The Events

Volatility Surface

Poseidon

 

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NOTE 25 people limit! Paul Cottrell on Volatility of The 2008 Crisis MONDAYJul 7 at 7pm EST

 

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