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Wait a minute - the OP may have made a joke that identified no particular person, or even any particular group, and which, interpreted through a certain lens, could possibly offend some people's sensitivities.

But the response that started all this was a direct attack on the OP - labelling his/her personal sense of humour as agression, and further attacking all male members of the Perl community with the assertion that they are all, by error of birth, saddled with a privilege they must spend their lives being careful to renounce - deny the very persons they were born as - so important is it that certain other people's sensitivities not be ruffled.

But that's just fine in other people's eyes?

'Cause, parsed, the message of many of these posts is essentially that all the men on here need to watch their step, lest the self-appointed values-police get miffed over any perceived lack of due deference to their sensitivities.

Oh, that's much less offensive than the OP. (not).


In reply to Re^3: How many man-hours would you estimate you have invested in learning Perl? by Anonymous Monk
in thread How many man-hours would you estimate you have invested in learning Perl? by punch_card_don

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