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Update: Why the downvotes? Can't you take a JOKE?
Maybe it's because people are sick of you spouting the same who-little-old-me, tendentious, tiresome bullshit year after year.

EDIT: here's the original comment, which chromatic deleted

Calm down. It's just a joke.

I don't know you and I don't know anything about you, but I do know this: you don't belong on PerlMonks because of some characteristic that has nothing to do with your programming ability. You aren't intelligent enough. Your brain doesn't work the right way. Your skin color is just a little bit wrong. Some aspect of your biology isn't the same as mine. You don't share every opinion I do. The only reason we keep you around is so we can point and laugh at how pathetic you and the people like you are. You'll never be good at programming. We snicker and roll our eyes every time you say something. It's cute, the way you think you can fit in.

I'm going to give you subtle reminders of this as often as I can, because it's hiliarious.

Hey everyone, look at the Ratazong! There's a Ratazong in the room! Maybe it can prove it's really a Ratazong, and not merely a tagalong for a real programmer who really belongs in here.

Ha ha.

Hilarious.

What's that? You don't like hearing this? Cry me a river, you faker. It's just a joke. Why don't you grow up? If you can't handle a little ribbing every time you come around, you've just proved that you and people like you who aren't exactly like me don't belong here. We don't care about your feelings because you're the representative of everyone like you, and if you dare to tell us you might disagree, that just proves that you'll never, ever, never ever hack it as one of us.


In reply to Re^4: How many man-hours would you estimate you have invested in learning Perl? by educated_foo
in thread How many man-hours would you estimate you have invested in learning Perl? by punch_card_don

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