Intrepid I have a problem with "Anonymous Monk" posting policy. I have had a problem with it for years and have never changed my statements of belief about it. Maybe it was convenient to forget that I've spoken up strongly about it in the past?
BrowserUK And as I recall, your posts on the matter were also roundly rejected.
As for your magic spell: I hope you feel better.
I don't think you remember anything of the sort. I think you are answering just to be answering, having been caught in the wrong. I don't think you have the slightest accurate idea who I am or what my history at Perlmonks has been. And I am going to sleep well tonight. Let me offer this to you to lull yourself to sleep: Fine words can be like a pretty dress on a pig. Why don't you quit the crap with the excellent philosophy which you are now demeaning through your attitude, your actions? Don't paste words into your public postings that you are no longer living up to.
If the foregoing appears a bit vulnerable to the charge that I've made ad hominum statements here, let me fill you in on who I am. I'm the guy that is still here, more than 12 years later, after having been slandered, visciously lied about, ripped into, and pathetically shunned by half the ceebee and a whole host of former monks who are long gone. ad hominum is an epithet to throw like a stone for little Internet egotists. It is a way to cop a stance of a moral high ground when their own actions have been shameful. It is nothing but name-calling. I am not afraid of being accused of anything anyone here comes up with. Especially those who won't directly answer countering arguments, but merely toss in more provocation, like your answer, BrowserUK, does.
Again, to be clear, BroswerUK: you ought to be ashamed of yourself. Really. Go hang out with a mirror and some polish for a while and then look back on what you were actually representing here today.