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3rd Aug '17 5:54:56 PM Gosicrystal
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A somewhat related phenomenon is the '''''Ninja Post''''', where during the time an entirely new message is being written or uploaded, one or more other corespondents will submit messages into the conversation where the aforementioned one was intended to go. In this case, specific references to location or primacy (e.g.: “Like the last post says…”, “I'm surprised nobody's mentioned…”) will be rendered confusing or misleading. This is one of the disadvantages of having a slower internet connection. A derivative of this takes a [[MemeticMutation memetic]] form known as the ComboBreaker, where someone on a message board tries to post a series of images in sequence that form a larger image when pieced together, but someone cuts in with a post that interrupts the sequence. This is especially rampant on Website/FourChan in attempts to [[TheGadfly taunt some for being too slow on the draw]], and some users have even taking to making custom images that portray them destroying the offending combo breaker to preserve their collage.

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A somewhat related phenomenon is the '''''Ninja Post''''', where during the time an entirely new message is being written or uploaded, one or more other corespondents will submit messages into the conversation where the aforementioned one was intended to go. In this case, specific references to location or primacy (e.g.: “Like the last post says…”, “I'm surprised nobody's mentioned…”) will be rendered confusing or misleading. This is one of the disadvantages of having a slower internet connection. A derivative of this takes a [[MemeticMutation memetic]] form known as the ComboBreaker, where someone on a message board tries to post a series of images in sequence that form a larger image when pieced together, but someone cuts in with a post that interrupts the sequence. This is especially rampant on Website/FourChan in attempts to [[TheGadfly taunt some for being too slow on the draw]], and some users have even taking taken to making custom images that portray them destroying the offending combo breaker to preserve their collage.
11th Jun '17 7:05:54 PM Maddoxsort
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A somewhat related phenomenon is the '''''Ninja Post''''', where during the time an entirely new message is being written or uploaded, one or more other corespondents will submit messages into the conversation where the aforementioned one was intended to go. In this case, specific references to location or primacy (e.g.: “Like the last post says…”, “I'm surprised nobody's mentioned…”) will be rendered confusing or misleading. This is one of the disadvantages of having a slower internet connection. A derivative of this takes a [[MemeticMutation memetic]] form known as the ComboBreaker, where someone on a message board tries to post a series of images in sequence that form a larger image when pieced together, but someone cuts in with a post that interrupts the sequence. This is especially rampant on Website/FourChan in attempts to [[{{Troll|troll}}]] each other, and some users have even taking to making custom images that portray them destroying the offending combo breaker to preserve their collage.

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A somewhat related phenomenon is the '''''Ninja Post''''', where during the time an entirely new message is being written or uploaded, one or more other corespondents will submit messages into the conversation where the aforementioned one was intended to go. In this case, specific references to location or primacy (e.g.: “Like the last post says…”, “I'm surprised nobody's mentioned…”) will be rendered confusing or misleading. This is one of the disadvantages of having a slower internet connection. A derivative of this takes a [[MemeticMutation memetic]] form known as the ComboBreaker, where someone on a message board tries to post a series of images in sequence that form a larger image when pieced together, but someone cuts in with a post that interrupts the sequence. This is especially rampant on Website/FourChan in attempts to [[{{Troll|troll}}]] each other, [[TheGadfly taunt some for being too slow on the draw]], and some users have even taking to making custom images that portray them destroying the offending combo breaker to preserve their collage.
11th Jun '17 7:05:08 PM Maddoxsort
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A somewhat related phenomenon is the '''''Ninja Post''''', where during the time an entirely new message is being written or uploaded, one or more other corespondents will submit messages into the conversation where the aforementioned one was intended to go. In this case, specific references to location or primacy (e.g.: “Like the last post says…”, “I'm surprised nobody's mentioned…”) will be rendered confusing or misleading. This is one of the disadvantages of having a slower internet connection. This sort of phenomenon has also taken the [[MemeticMutation memetic]] form of the ComboBreaker, where someone on a message board tries to post a series of images in sequence that form a larger image when pieced together, but someone cuts in with a post that interrupts the sequence. This is especially rampant on Website/FourChan, where some users have even taking to making custom images that portray them destroying the offending combo breaker to preserve their collage.

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A somewhat related phenomenon is the '''''Ninja Post''''', where during the time an entirely new message is being written or uploaded, one or more other corespondents will submit messages into the conversation where the aforementioned one was intended to go. In this case, specific references to location or primacy (e.g.: “Like the last post says…”, “I'm surprised nobody's mentioned…”) will be rendered confusing or misleading. This is one of the disadvantages of having a slower internet connection. This sort A derivative of phenomenon has also taken the this takes a [[MemeticMutation memetic]] form of known as the ComboBreaker, where someone on a message board tries to post a series of images in sequence that form a larger image when pieced together, but someone cuts in with a post that interrupts the sequence. This is especially rampant on Website/FourChan, where Website/FourChan in attempts to [[{{Troll|troll}}]] each other, and some users have even taking to making custom images that portray them destroying the offending combo breaker to preserve their collage.
11th Jun '17 7:01:32 PM Maddoxsort
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In the case of a total-post change, it may be deliberate [[{{Troll}} trolling]] in order to bring about maximum confusion, or may be a newbie recanting after inadvertently running afoul of InternetBackdraft, in which case it may be extremely difficult for late-comers to the thread in question to figure out what exactly went the hell on in the first place. A more malicious application might be to ask a question, then once a few replies have been posted, edit the original post so that the answers now appear to be incriminating (i.e.: getting anyone to respond with a number under 13, then changing the question to "How old are you", resulting in an immediate ban under minimum age rules. This is why [[Website/GameFAQs GameFAQs]] didn't allow editing for a long time, and while it is now allowed the above actions will get you banned.)

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In the case of a total-post change, it may be deliberate [[{{Troll}} trolling]] in order to bring about maximum confusion, or may be a newbie recanting after inadvertently running afoul of InternetBackdraft, in which case it may be extremely difficult for late-comers to the thread in question to figure out what exactly went the hell on in the first place. A more malicious application might be to ask a question, then once a few replies have been posted, edit the original post so that the answers now appear to be incriminating (i.e.: getting anyone to respond with a number under 13, then changing the question to "How old are you", resulting in an immediate ban under minimum age rules. This is why [[Website/GameFAQs GameFAQs]] didn't allow editing for a long time, and while it is now allowed the above actions will get you banned.)
) Or even worse, make an offensive comment that [[ShmuckBait tricks someone into angrily replying back at them]], only to ''delete'' the post they made so that the person's angry reply is now orphaned and it looks like ''they'' made the offending comment. For this reason, the lion's share of these messaging application developers have made it so that replies to posts form parent-child trees, and if the original post is deleted, the replies also go away so that no one can be caught in this fiendish trap.



A somewhat related phenomenon is the '''''Ninja Post''''', where during the time an entirely new message is being written or uploaded, one or more other corespondents will submit messages into the conversation where the aforementioned one was intended to go. In this case, specific references to location or primacy (e.g.: “Like the last post says…”, “I'm surprised nobody's mentioned…”) will be rendered confusing or misleading. This is one of the disadvantages of having a slower internet connection.

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A somewhat related phenomenon is the '''''Ninja Post''''', where during the time an entirely new message is being written or uploaded, one or more other corespondents will submit messages into the conversation where the aforementioned one was intended to go. In this case, specific references to location or primacy (e.g.: “Like the last post says…”, “I'm surprised nobody's mentioned…”) will be rendered confusing or misleading. This is one of the disadvantages of having a slower internet connection.
connection. This sort of phenomenon has also taken the [[MemeticMutation memetic]] form of the ComboBreaker, where someone on a message board tries to post a series of images in sequence that form a larger image when pieced together, but someone cuts in with a post that interrupts the sequence. This is especially rampant on Website/FourChan, where some users have even taking to making custom images that portray them destroying the offending combo breaker to preserve their collage.
3rd Dec '14 4:10:41 PM johnnyfog
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Seen on {{Message Board}}s and blogs and the like, the Ninja Editor is the type of person who makes a post, then almost immediately goes back to and then edits it quickly and without comment -- like a {{ninja}}.

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Seen on {{Message Board}}s and blogs and the like, the Ninja Editor is the type of person who makes a post, then almost immediately goes back to and then edits it quickly and without comment -- like ''like a {{ninja}}.
{{ninja}}.'' ''[-*cue rain of cherry blossom leaves*-]''
20th Aug '14 1:10:47 PM margdean56
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A somewhat related phenomenon is the '''''Ninja Post''''', where during the time an entirely new message is being written or uploaded, one or more other corespondents will submit messages into the conversation where the aforementioned one was intended to go. In this case, specific references to location or primacy (eg.: “Like the last post says…”, “I'm surprised nobody's mentioned…”) will be rendered confusing or misleading. This is one of the disadvantages of having a slower internet connection.

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A somewhat related phenomenon is the '''''Ninja Post''''', where during the time an entirely new message is being written or uploaded, one or more other corespondents will submit messages into the conversation where the aforementioned one was intended to go. In this case, specific references to location or primacy (eg.(e.g.: “Like the last post says…”, “I'm surprised nobody's mentioned…”) will be rendered confusing or misleading. This is one of the disadvantages of having a slower internet connection.
20th Aug '14 1:09:59 PM margdean56
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In the case of a total-post change, it may be deliberate [[{{Troll}} trolling]] in order to bring about maximum confusion, or may be a newbie recanting after inadvertently running afoul of InternetBackdraft, in which case it may be extremely difficult for late-comers to the thread in question to figure out what exactly went the hell on in the first place. A more malicious application might be to ask a question, then once a few replies have been posted, edit the original post so that the answers now appear to be incriminating (ie- getting anyone to respond with a number under 13, then changing the question to "How old are you", resulting in an immediate ban under minimum age rules. This is why [[Website/GameFAQs GameFAQs]] didn't allow editing for a long time, and while it is now allowed the above actions will get you banned.)

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In the case of a total-post change, it may be deliberate [[{{Troll}} trolling]] in order to bring about maximum confusion, or may be a newbie recanting after inadvertently running afoul of InternetBackdraft, in which case it may be extremely difficult for late-comers to the thread in question to figure out what exactly went the hell on in the first place. A more malicious application might be to ask a question, then once a few replies have been posted, edit the original post so that the answers now appear to be incriminating (ie- (i.e.: getting anyone to respond with a number under 13, then changing the question to "How old are you", resulting in an immediate ban under minimum age rules. This is why [[Website/GameFAQs GameFAQs]] didn't allow editing for a long time, and while it is now allowed the above actions will get you banned.)
29th May '13 3:35:47 AM GhostOfAGeek
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In the case of a total-post change, it may be deliberate [[{{Troll}} trolling]] in order to bring about maximum confusion, or may be a newbie recanting after inadvertently running afoul of InternetBackdraft, in which case it may be extremely difficult for late-comers to the thread in question to figure out what exactly went the hell on in the first place. A more malicious application might be to ask a question, then once a few replies have been posted, edit the original post so that the answers now appear to be incriminating (ie- getting anyone to respond with a number under 13, then changing the question to "How old are you", resulting in an immediate ban under minimum age rules. This is why GameFAQs didn't allow editing for a long time, and while it is now allowed the above actions will get you banned.)

This can get really, ''really'' annoying in certain communities (especially Livejournal) where you can now edit comments, as most people have settings that email the comments to them, so in the space of a few minutes you can have half a dozen of practically the same comment clogging up your inbox.

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In the case of a total-post change, it may be deliberate [[{{Troll}} trolling]] in order to bring about maximum confusion, or may be a newbie recanting after inadvertently running afoul of InternetBackdraft, in which case it may be extremely difficult for late-comers to the thread in question to figure out what exactly went the hell on in the first place. A more malicious application might be to ask a question, then once a few replies have been posted, edit the original post so that the answers now appear to be incriminating (ie- getting anyone to respond with a number under 13, then changing the question to "How old are you", resulting in an immediate ban under minimum age rules. This is why GameFAQs [[Website/GameFAQs GameFAQs]] didn't allow editing for a long time, and while it is now allowed the above actions will get you banned.)

This can get really, ''really'' annoying in certain communities (especially Livejournal) [[Website/LiveJournal LiveJournal]]) where you can now edit comments, as most people have settings that email the comments to them, so in the space of a few minutes you can have half a dozen of practically the same comment clogging up your inbox.






<<|OnlinePersonas|>>

''...Ninja'd!''

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''...Ninja'd!''
->''...Ninja'd!''
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25th Oct '12 7:18:34 AM TropeEater
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See also SerialTweaker. Contrast with InternetDetective.

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See also SerialTweaker.When this gets ''really bad'', you have a SerialTweaker on your hands. Contrast with InternetDetective.
22nd Oct '12 5:06:56 AM TropeEater
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A somewhat related phenomenon is the '''''Ninja Post''''', where during the time an entirely new message is being written, one or more other corespondents will submit messages into the conversation where the aforementioned one was intended to go. In this case, specific references to location or primacy (eg.: “Like the last post says…”, “I'm surprised nobody's mentioned…”) will be rendered confusing or misleading.

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A somewhat related phenomenon is the '''''Ninja Post''''', where during the time an entirely new message is being written, written or uploaded, one or more other corespondents will submit messages into the conversation where the aforementioned one was intended to go. In this case, specific references to location or primacy (eg.: “Like the last post says…”, “I'm surprised nobody's mentioned…”) will be rendered confusing or misleading.
misleading. This is one of the disadvantages of having a slower internet connection.
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