Update: Note that jimmyali has completely changed the
original content of his node.
Thanks GrandFather for restoring original content
(which makes struck out text below obsolete).
In essence, his original content complained
that AnomalousMonk posted the first "camel structure" reply (i.e. Re: DNA LIGATION PERL SCRIPT)
when it was in fact posted by Anonymous Monk.
Because he wrongly
assumed that AnomalousMonk was responsible for the first reply,
he responded angrily to AnomalousMonk later in the thread
for no good reason, using the word "bullcrap" several times
(BTW, I think "camel dung" would have been more appropriate).
If you examine the original thread carefully, you will see that the original "camel structure" was posted by Anonymous Monk (i.e. posted anonymously, we don't know who posted it), while the helpful suggestion re Perl jobs was posted by AnomalousMonk, an individual (and well-respected) Perl Monks member. In any case, if you were offended by the "camel structure", you should have responded to that post, not the later one.
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