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Re: Politeness (to one another) is a virtue

by Anonymous Monk
on Nov 21, 2011 at 14:35 UTC ( #939210=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Politeness (to one another) is a virtue

I am profoundly offended by these comments.

You would appoint yourself the arbiter of good taste and enforce your sensibilities on all who come here?

I donít want to read such trash on my computer. Ever. Again.

You could add perlmonks.org/.com etc. to your nannyware blacklist and hang out at Disney.com.

Or just disconnect.


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Re^2: Politeness (to one another) is a virtue
by chromatic (Archbishop) on Nov 21, 2011 at 19:08 UTC

    Which part of the text quoted in the OP did you find acceptable civilized behavior?

    For me, none of it.


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      Everything?!!

      Aside from a few mildly dirty words the biggest offense of that comment seems to be the opposition to OOP.

      Your feigned outrage has been noted. Please remember it the next time you consider hand holding a troll for an extended period of time.

        Your feigned outrage has been noted.

        My mistake; I thought it was yet another example of BrowserUK abusing people who disagree with him. I read the original a couple of hours earlier on my phone and had forgotten the context of the post when I replied. (Update: and anyone who pays attention has certainly seen BrowserUk go after sundialsvc4 aggressively on multiple occasions, so you can well imagine the ease with which I confused one example of impoliteness with several others.)

        Please remember it the next time...

        If you care to read those threads, you'll see me advising him to tread lightly as well as telling people to stop abusing him.

        Now please kindly refrain from telling me I'm not sincere or I'm outraged. I'm not interested in a long derailing debate.


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