What's the point of this post?
It says that in the post. You seem to be unable to read, so I won't waste my time repeating it.
My respect to everyone who doesn't post yet another inane string of uselessness in this thread.
In both 2002 and 2003, this discussion was good for more than 35 posts. The reputations of the top level nodes are, respectively, 121 and 139. Many people have messaged me that they liked the idea, some have said so in replies.
I'm sorry to have wasted your time. Feel free to ignore our fun. A lot of people think these lists are a good way to learn about new modules and people's tastes.
About the respect thing: I have no respect for anyone who posts complaints anonymously.
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