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You seem so proud of this stance. Someone should tell that it is nothing to be proud of. So I will.

Deciding a message must be right, or must be wrong, on the basis of who posted it, really is laziness of the very worst kind. Group think of the lowest order.

Neither theDamian nor TimToady would ever claim to be infallible, and their history shows that neither is afraid to admit their mistakes. And I'll bet that neither would be comfortable with your taking their word for anything, without taking the time to apply your own intellect to the matter and reach you own conclusions.

Using others opinions as a lazy substitute for forming your own is the reason "Dubya" got his second term.

Deciding what to believe, based upon your (cowardly unexpanded, and therefore unchallengable) personal beef with an authors previous writings, is exactly the kind of small-minded and predudicial thinking that marginalizes this world into warring factions at both the local and global scale. Nasty.

Am I one of those people you've unilaterally condemned as a troll, without having the courage of your convictions to name? Or am I one of those who's opinions you so readily take as your own? Or am I just another anonymous monk for you to treat with suspicion.

You'll just have to consult the "many" for whom you take leave to speak, and have them reach an opinion for you.


In reply to Re^4: I post to Perlmonks anonymously... by Anonymous Monk
in thread I post to Perlmonks anonymously... by liverpole

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