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I analysed the posts in response to the winner of Round 2 because this flame war coincided with my wider PhD project on flash points of dissention and deliberation in The L Word fan forums.
He traces the principal rhetorical moves that ended in a full-fledged flame war.
Flame wars can suck you into a vast cybervoid, wasting time that can be better spent elsewhere.
Though dub has existed in the margins of popular music for decades, it wasn't long after phrases like mirror world and flame war perked up in the pop-cult discourse that a fullblown dub revival sprang up, right on time.
And the flame war hadn't died down by late Tuesday afternoon, a full day after the Nets-Knicks game, as "Kris Humphries jab" topped the "Trending Now" list on Yahoo
Even in this more structured environment, the first smoldering of a good old-fashioned flame war can occur, but the group dynamic almost always extinguishes flare-ups quickly.
Suh said internet flame wars and criminal acts of anger against strangers are also a consequence of the failure to manage anger.
Please don't start flame wars over it, but this year I'd like to apologise for killing (whispers).
ns for the She wrote on Twitter: "Please don't start flame wars over it, but this year I'd like to apologise for killing (whispers).
Ghonim: Instead of constructive dialogue about the way forward, there were bitter flame wars among many groups--sometimes among friends.