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Seriously, why does abusive crap like this get modded up? I can't see it as anything more than a waste of bandwidth. And many of the other posts in this thread are little better -- the pointers to existing modules and resources are certainly useful and appropriate, but there's no need to liven them up with comments like "explain why you suck." Reminds me of the bad parts of usenet sometimes. We can do better.

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