Why do you feel the need to get personal?
I'm not a regular to this site (thusly, I don't plan on registering), but there seems to be some huge assumption that all of perlmonks.org readership comes from people that spend vast amounts of time on this site. I find my way here from time to time based on an interesting RSS headline that I would like to know more about.
If the mentality on this site is that I need to have read all articles prior to this one to understand what the article is talking about (and thus, be a perlmonks.org expert, as I'm sure you are), and the other readers of this site are as hostile as you are, then it's time for me to move on.
Good day to you.
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