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See what it looks like for me

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I appreciate that you took the time in writing your critique. I would like to point out again that I realize there will be users who will see a poorly rendered version of the design. Please feel confident that is NOT the design I have intended for Perl Monks.

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    Thanks again for the feedback

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    In reply to Re^2: RFC: A Design Proposed for Anonymous Monk (logged out view) by luis.roca
    in thread RFC: A Design Proposed for Anonymous Monk (logged out view) by luis.roca

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