I quite agree with that quote. Most people we call trolls have a clearly malicious intent. Either they're trying to bait people into flaming them by just being openly incendiary, or else they figure out what will get a certain group or community's goat and wander in, acting all innocent, and push just the right buttons.
This guy doesn't seem to do any of those things. The one theme I can gather from everything of his I've seen posted across the internet, for an impressive eight years (at least), is that he appears to be insecure in his purchase choices. He continually asks for the community's opinion. He also seems unable to parse the concept that audio is subjective, meaning there is no one brand/model/etc. that will universally be considered "the best."
The main thing that bothers me about him is how he selectively reveals different equipment that he has, meaning some of his questions end up being moot (why are you worried about what the V150 sounds like if you've got a V600?) and/or completely inconsistent with his presented reality (Why do you say you only buy Sony when you've clearly bought Edirol and Studiophile equipment?).
Like they said in that quote, he's good, harmless fun. I think we should call him a "trol" because that missing second "l" is where the lulz would normally be.
Yep yep! :)
He isn't exactly harming anyone. Just a bit slow.
oh that could NEVER be of course!