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Re^2: A little reflection

by bradcathey (Prior)
on Dec 21, 2007 at 16:30 UTC ( #658477=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: A little reflection
in thread A little reflection

While I agree, and figure this a ploy for XP, it is a "reflection" But the F-bomb is not really necessary.


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Comment on Re^2: A little reflection
Re^3: A little reflection
by Cop on Dec 21, 2007 at 16:40 UTC

    Over the years, we came upon this kind of post every once a while - harvest of XP points through cheap sensation.

Re^3: A little reflection
by deprecated (Priest) on Dec 21, 2007 at 17:38 UTC
    Are you kidding me? I've got 4,000 xp and was a saint before the rejiggering. If you're that offended that I got "emotional and bubbly" (hint:ebullient) or that I'm whoring for XP, I've now given you another place to down-vote me.

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    Tilly is my hero.

      4000 XP is nothing to me. You have no idea how many XP I got here before. A saint harvests XP just like everyone else, probably more as you getting more greedy.

      If you're that offended that I got "emotional and bubbly" (hint:ebullient) or that I'm whoring for XP, I've now given you another place to down-vote me.

      I personally believe that the funniest thing is, Cop is emotional and bubbly all the time, except adversely to Perl, not having shown a single line of code or a claim that could be verified checking some authoritative source, in any of his posts that I can remember...

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