So, before you try to contend with another inflammatory, defamatory line in this never ending, tribal bludgeoning, let me steer you to the wisdom of Dr. Seuss. First, refer the aggressive party to a copy of "The Big Brag." In this story, a bear and a rabbit play the roles of the quibbling parties. In this case they are arguing over who is better by who can sense things at greater distances. The bear uses his nose and the rabbit his ears. The two make ever greater claims of more distant sensing, each more absurd than the last. In time an earthworm shows up. They turn to the lowly worm for a solution as to who is greater than whom. In great irony, the worm, sporting eyes and large, bookish glasses begins to stare. He stares so long and so hard he worries the fighting duo. Finally, he turns to them and speaks. He tells them he has stared right 'round the world and this is what he saw:
So, please, for your own sanity, point the quibbling troll to the worm's wisdom. Ask this aggressive, angry soul not to be one of those biggest of fools.
Now, please turn your inquisitor's attention to "The Sneetches," the story of those foolish creatures who rated social success by the presence or absence of a star on their bellies. When your troll quotes his/her favorite hero or heroine from her/his particular tribe with snoot in the air, oozing superiority to all who are in disagreement with said troll, ask this angry individual who profits from his or her little battle with any other tribe (including you, fellow sufferer). Somewhere among that person's numbers will be his/her very own Sylvester McMonkey McBean, the "Fix-It-Up" Chappie who is making money off of that tribe's endless battle with any other tribe. Once that Mr. McBean has wrung all the money from the trollish tribe he/she can, that individual will leave, chuckling, and saying of your troll and his/her tribe what Sylvester said of those now impoverished Sneetches, those slaves to star bellied fashions: