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That ++ is rather dramatic. You have chosen the best opportunity to show how you welcome critiques, and how open minded you are.

Long time ago there was a bad king, every time someone disagrees, the king kills him. One day this sly minister said to the king: "Dear king, I really really disagree with you, you worked so hard for the people and never cared your own health". The king praised him for his bravery and awarded him 100 slaves.


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in thread Modern Perl and the Future of Perl by chromatic

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    [Discipulus]: ok, and I can imagine is a rationale behaviours. So MCE::Hobo is using one of such modules and automatically become 'blacklisted' for some perl dev
    [Discipulus]: this is a pity. I think MCE & Co being very good news in Perl world
    [Discipulus]: but, I can tell this history to marioroy and he probably remove such dependencies from MCE::Hobo

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