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Re: Politeness (to one another) is a virtue

by Logicus
on Nov 22, 2011 at 02:36 UTC ( #939355=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


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

This is what I mean about the Anonymous Monk feature being wide open to abuse. I would suspect that now that I no longer frequently post here, whoever the __YOU__ character is that was trolling me constantly has turned his attention to new victims.

I actually happen to agree somewhat with the sentiments expressed as I feel somewhat allergic to OO in general, and indeed that general dislike for all things OO was one of the things which attracted me to Perl so I could avoid ever having to work with it. (or so I thought)

I also think that Q.I.S will not have any sort of equivalent to OO, an idea I have expressed previously to an audience apparently generally unwilling to even think about why I think that to be the likely case. (yes I do have reasons)

When I read the comment I felt like it was designed to look like I had written it and I felt sure that I was going to get the blame if anyone picked up on the above points and noticed they are reminiscent of arguments I have made before.

The comment was not entered by me, and all I have to say is that this whole thread, plus the extra responses made by the anonymous coward(s), prove the point I have been trying to make about the anonymous monk feature and are a fine justification for that feature being excluded over on 'nights.

Oh P.s... sundial, are you the user who signed up as humilityisavirtue to attack my site? Or is that just coincidental?


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