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Re^5: RFC: Things to ask yourself before posting a question on PerlMonks

by taint (Chaplain)
on Dec 12, 2013 at 15:23 UTC ( #1066860=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^4: RFC: Things to ask yourself before posting a question on PerlMonks
in thread RFC: Things to ask yourself before posting a question on PerlMonks

"For some reason you choose one node ID and gave it the title of another?"

Sorry, I don't follow you here.

" I agree with jdporter, any time I've raised an issue with something you've said you've either behaived in a childish manner (lol response posts) or failed to address any of the points raised in a rational manner."

You're entitled to your opinion. But don't see where that applies to this post.

"Your reponse to feedback here was to mark the thread for reaping."

Yep, and for good reason. The overall consensus was that it had little, or no value.
Pretty good reason to reap it, if you ask me.

"despite our previous conversations on the topic, you're still not checking your posts, yet another example of a link not going where you think it does."

Oh. I checked it, all right. But, as I noted, I transversed the two titles in my mind, and consequently, put the wrong node ID in the post.
I don't suppose you've ever made a mistake. Not even more than once, have you. Forget the fact that the post from you I am responding to here, is full of spelling errors, and missing characters.

Frankly, I think you're dogging the issue, and me.

--Chris

Yes. What say about me, is true.


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