We are off to $$$$$ Greener pastures...... The Trolls of the Internet The rise of the Internet troll has created a booming new profession: COMMENT MODERATOR. Patrolling the endless reams of Internet comments for abusive and incendiary language has become a massive task. HuffingtonPost.com , for example, which attracts more than 5 million comments every month, says each member of its in-house moderating team reads the equivalent of the novel Moby Dick 18 times a month. Outside companies have spotted a business opportunity. Market leader ICUC Moderation Services generates annual revenues of some $10 million cleaning up comment boards for companies such as Starbucks, Chevron, and NPR. The job isnt for everybody, says Keith Bilous, who employs some 200 moderators around the world. Many new hires quit within the first 2 weeks, and even after 10 years in the business Bilous says he still isnt completely inured to the vile stuff he has to read. some Fridays, you feel like you need to spend 2 hours in the shower, its so disgusting. (stolen without permission from "the WEEK" news magazine) I'm pretty damn sure that the wealth of experience Saluki and I have gained will make us SUPERSTARS! its been fun! Hasta!