Kevin, are you there?Kenny?
Yeah, I-I typed ineverything you told me to.
Mrph rmhmhm rm!Mrph rmphm?
Kyle!I'm gonna help, too!
No, Ike! So far,the only thing you've done
has beenfrom dad's account.
I need youto stay clean.
No trolling, okay?
You can just help mewith what I should say.
Hello?Can you hear me?
This isDildo Shwaggins.Who are you?
I'm a colleagueof your father's.
We see what you're trying to do,and we're gonna help.
We trolled with your father.Now we will troll with you.
Son, you need to know that yourfather is very proud of you.
He was the bestat Trevor's Axiom.
He believes you can be, too.
What the hellis Trevor's Axiom?
Trevor's Axiom is a well-knownequation in online trolling.
It's a wayin which one person
can create a massive reactionon the Internet.
Look -- person "A"trolls person "B."
But it's notabout person "B."
The troll is tryingto push buttons
to try and get a reactionfrom hundreds,
eventually creatingperson "C,"
who's overreactionand self-righteousness
will elicit a reactionfrom persons "D" through "F,"
who weren't trolls butcan't help rip on person "C."
Their reactions lead to outragedpersons "G" through "N,"
and it keeps going,generating massive energy.
It's like the fission reaction
that leadsto a fusion explosion,
all bringing outthe worst in humanity.
Huh. That sort of sounds likehow I got elected.
And if this kind of overreactioncan be amplified
throughthe Pentagon's servers...
It could blow outthe Internet
before Troll Traceever does substantial damage.
Gentlemen, get me in contactwith that troll.
Dildo and the rest of the Trolls reach out to Kyle and lend their support to attacking TrollTrace. Meanwhile a government official explains the equation of overreaction to social media trolling.