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Forgive me Vroom-sama for I have sinned...

deep breath....exhale...nervous pause...another...

  • I did knowingly Personality vote ++ another monk to apologize to them for trollish/abusive behavior in the CB...

  • and... Oh yeah.. I was trollish & abusive in the CB...

  • and... Having been offended on other occasions by two monks, I did obessively read all of their postings & become very critical in terms of my voting... (hand held over heart & head bowed in shame) In truth, borderline personality voting.. Perhaps the worst kind of personality voting there is I suppose. Deceiving myself into thinking that wasn't the reason for the votes. Oh they maybe weren't nodes that deserved my ++ but they also didn't deserve --'s... Oh guilty.. guilty am I...

  • and... I am guilty of not posting enough code.

  • and... I pontificate/rant far too much.

  • and... I use smiley's far too much.

  • and... I suck at OOPERL even though I'm fluent in Java...

  • and... I use perlmonks to procrastinate at my job & look very busy

  • and... My production code has huge amounts of comments in it.

As pennance I shall restrict myself to only posting code for the next 10 nodes, and I shall only lurk in the CB during that time...



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In reply to Re: Confessional by gregor42
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