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Re^11:Wassercrats: Why are you still here?by Wassercrats
|on Oct 02, 2004 at 03:34 UTC||Need Help??|
The majority of the community insults me and is simply foolish when they upvote an insult toward me such as those regarding the safety of my code, or those that clearly are just stupid, and downvote perfectly good replies of mine, and this has happened often before my insults TOWARD THOSE PEOPLE WHO DESERVE THEM! I won't bother with examples. I've given enough over the last several months or years.
My insults had been nonexistent, especially when it comes to using words like idiot and not explaining myself.
When did I get reaped for insulting someone?
Even the death penalty is good sometimes. Insults are good too. The fact remains that I would never have insulted anyone if I hadn't been insulted for years without deserving it and with no penalty for those insulting me.
No, my own insults don't give me an insight into why people are downvoting me. TELL ME WHY, AND DON'T USE AN AFTER-THE-FACT INSULT OF MINE, THAT WAS IN RESPONSE TO SOMEONE'S GROSS MISTREATMENT OF ME, AS AN EXCUSE! A good post should not be downvoted based on someone's past anyway, but my past is squeaky clean compared to many of the replies I get.
And stop hiding behind Anonymous Monk. I already know you have problems because of your position on this, but your hiding shows you're even a bigger loser.
You, Tim Vroom, and the majority of monks continue to suck, and I'm currently deciding what language to switch to so I could start supporting a different community. I don't even want to accidentally help a Perlmonk, and I certainly won't be buying an O'Reilly book.
I just learned that one of O'Reilly's affiliates has a sponsor that's engaged in illegal activities, and several federal agencies have been informed. O'Reilly could have easily discovered this. O'Reilly has gone beyond hurting U.S. national security. They now support evil dictators and contribute to heart disease and lung cancer, and so does anyone who buys an O'Reilly product.