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Bullshit. If it's merely "a comment, on an altogether unrelated forum, that [you] found to be interesting", then how, pray tell, is it related to Perl or PerlMonks?

The obvious answer is that it's a continuation of your tireless tilting at the windmill of anonymous posting on this forum. That is substantially more than just pointing out an interesting comment elsewhere on the net.

On the other hand, if it really is nothing more than a randomly-interesting comment on an unrelated forum that has nothing to do with Perl or PerlMonks, then it's off-topic for this site.

Either way, your insistence on flogging this greasy patch on the ground which may have once resembled a horse leads me to suspect that you're a bigger troll here than Anonymous Monk ever was. So, if the purpose is to get rid of trolls, how about we do away with posting by sundialsvc4 instead?


In reply to Re^2: Huffington Post: "Let's Do Away With Anonymous Posting" by dsheroh
in thread Huffington Post: "Let's Do Away With Anonymous Posting" by sundialsvc4

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