Hey to be fair Ken's right, theres not alot of meth in ohio anymore. Everyone does heroin and pharmaceutical opiates now
Anyhow, on topic, I think we all have very different definitions of a troll. But I dont buy this definition that it's just someone who disagrees with you and argues or calls names. If it were then we are all trolls, and so is anyone who doesnt gleefully agree with everything.
Also if the intent of that argument was maliciously goading you, that is if they were trolling, then something like claiming you smoke meth would just be baiting you to illicit a reaction, and thus by responding and calling someone a troll and getting fussy, that's just biting right on. Especially threatening real world physical violence over the internet. Trolls love that. In alot of ways, trolling could be perceived as an internet fight, and resorting to threats of physical fighting is an admission of giving up, losing, the internet fight