Others have explained quite well how I ++ but I'd like to
add one thing to list of -- reasons. Strident hubris.
The harsher someone is in passing out incorrect data,
the greater is the likelyhood I'll knock em down. I do my
best to keep an eye on the shimmery boundries of my own ignorance
and expect others to do the same. merlyn
and others who
have shown great knowledge get a break on the hubris thing,
they have the right to be a bit overbearing, they KNOW
what they are talking about. =)
Me, I hum and haw a bit and throw use strict;
and -w and Benchmark at things before
I get too loud.
$you = new YOU;
honk() if $you->love(perl)
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