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I am sorry, but I don't really understand you. You set an ultimatum, a faux pas in any forum that I know of, and I know some.

Someone calls you on that, in a civil tone and you go up the wall? You want to keep people from this forum for that? Your "hurt" pride is obviously more important than the reason for this forum, the exchange of ideas to improve perl in all its aspects. (This might not be the official reason, but it is what I have learned from this forum)

I am sorry, but that is simply childish... I don't know, what my score is, I guess it is 0 or so, as I usually only read and learn, but I really don't think a measly -1 is that big a deal... You need to learn Proportionality(? sorry, this is not my mother tongue). If you fly off the handle for such trivialities, you just alienate the people you ask for help.


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