The term troll isn't just to insult. That's one way of trolling, and a very base one. To troll is to post something intent on getting an emotional reaction from a user. If someone posted that they had triskadekaphobia and someone else went around following them posting the number 13, that would be a troll while it wouldn't be an insult. So, from my POV: 1) I see that people are trolling JC with pics from a thread that I and many other users posted pics in 2) I see the staff seems to not give a shit, dealing with everything except the base issue which is whether or not thats JC and his personal pic is being used to troll him across the forum, which in the past has been a very big no no 3) I take down the pic that includes my family in that thread 4) I still see no movement on that issue 5) I post my distaste for that issue, and make it clear I consider it trolling of the worse kind, and further that I've taken down my own info because of that 6) The issue finally gets addressed as a matter of policy by the staff 7) The poster that made the worst troll, photoshopping a users head to a different person's body for his avatar, suddenly has a photo almost identical to the one I took down as his new avatar. And everybody thinks that's a huge coincidence. Sure guys, and I've got a bridge in Brooklyn to sell you. I think a pretty clear case can be made that said av was put up specifically to cause an emotional reaction in me. So yes, I think its a troll. And of course there are few parents that wouldn't consider a troll attempting to make an issue about the parent's children as an implied threat, though granted this is a very weak one. If it is a coincidence, a decent person would take down the pic. But I think we all know that isn't going to happen. So that leaves me with the express assurance of the staff that a) they don't consider this trolling, and b) that nothing that happens off the board can be adjudicated on the board. Which is fine by me.