Loads, and if the individual is someone who I cant ignore then maybe I'll put that thread on ignore, it serves me well and I think this forum is one of the few in which it does work properly and better than others.
In the main I'll only put people on ignore if they seem to be going out of their way to troll me or piss me off, I can stand differences of opinion pretty well, I can even stand individuals who are behaving in a draining or disordered way too, but when its pretty consistent, resistant to any sort of insight, defensive, still seeking you out and you dont have any real need to engage in any sort of dialogue with them why wouldnt you?
Its interesting to find when sometimes it turns out that people I've got on ignore are revealed as being multiple accounts for the same person or clone accounts in the banned and damned thread, its easy for me at least to know its the same individual.
I deal with a lot of people who're emotional vampires, my line of work involves it, they arent necessarily bad people but they arent too clever and very resistant to insight about themselves for the most part, not just younger people but plenty of adults too so I've learned over time when meeting conflict head on is going to be fruitful and when its just going to stoke someone who thrives on the conflict for conflicts sake, some people are comfortable when they are in perpetual conflict, the anxiety that they experience if things are fine will lead them into creating havoc.
I've learned to have a clear cut off point in my dealings with others accordingly, online as in real life, whether its in negotiating a sale or purchase or some other sort of social exchange, if you dont look after yourself people WILL pull your strings or treat you like a means to their own emotional ends. Again that's not to suggest they are bad people, maybe they are but then again maybe they arent, they could just not know a better or appropriate means to meeting their needs. Everyone experiences needs and its a fact of life, knowing how to go about meeting them doesnt necessarily follow from experience and what is innate sometimes isnt helpful because its a legacy of our origins.