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Torg is the name affectionately given to a vested red-haired man with Downs Syndrome photographed in various poses, including appearing to do clerical or data entry work.
The man’s identity remains unknown, but the earliest seen pictures of Torg were seen posted on the internet comedy/news site FARK as early as 2007.
Torg is used to represent that the quoted post was written by someone of low intelligence, commonly replacing outcomes or crucial points with potato – a reference to the phrase I can count to potato which also features a person with Downs Syndrome. Torg is quite a charming and knowledgeable fellow, chiming in on various issues, and has been used as an implied representation of a user, commonly in response to an ill conceived or trollish post, sometimes using images of through bubbles to encapsulate the quoted post, making it appear as Torg is thinking what the troll user has posted – insinuating that the person who posted is also mentally deficient. However, Torg is usually used in relation to ridiculous right-wing news site American Thinker. Torg has also been known to weigh in on current events, politics, and currently moderates the FARK.com politics tab. While his knowledge continues to impress, he is quite haunted by his ever-present foe – potato.
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