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Re^2: Are we a dying breed?

by Anonymous Monk
on Nov 11, 2005 at 06:52 UTC ( #507648=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Are we a dying breed?
in thread Are we a dying breed?

"I don't know what 10 companies you're thinking of, but apparently at least 6 of them are in LA"

Again, there was clearly no logic here, and this time even with language issue. My god.

First you stated that you did NOT know which 10 she was talking, then you said 6 of THEM (if we have some basic idea of English, THEM stands for those 10) were in LA. If you didn't know how that set of ten was defined, what are the elements of that set, how can you determine whether an object is a member of that set?


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Re^3: Are we a dying breed?
by tilly (Archbishop) on Nov 11, 2005 at 07:24 UTC
    Her claim was that only about 10 companies out west keep on looking for Perl people. I identified 6 companies in LA (which is out west from her perspective) which keep on looking for Perl people.

    My implication is that more companies out west are looking for Perl people than she is giving credit for.

      Why cannot you just admit, instead of going round and round, and still cannot logically defend yourself?

        I'd suggest trolling elsewhere. And next time be less obvious about it.

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