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I think sometimes that we start taking this thing ... and our own opinions ... much too seriously, such that we do not stop and think twice that we are talking to real human beings.   And that real human beings have real feelings and therefore should be talked-to kindly whether we are talking about programming languages or not.

One of these days you lot are going to learn that sometimes the simplest answer is infact the best, that all these high-faluting technical wizardry incantations do nothing but slow Perl down by trying to make it be something that it was never intended to be, nor will it ever be.

Object orientation is programmer ########, a passing fad, and truly a bad idea that really does make programmers blind.

I pity you lot. I really do, the lengths you will go to try and force Perl be something other than Perl.... Why? Because after years of ####### ##### about how wonderful object orientation is, you've completely and utterly missed the point of Perl ...
... and the commentary goes on for another couple of offensive paragraphs, then catches its breath and does it all over again.

If the stated subject of the thread is, “How do I get the power of Moose without taking a 700% performance hit on hashrefs,” then that is the subject of that thread ... and nothing else.

We are not thirteen-year old kids in the locker room.   (There are ladies present, for that matter.)   We are professional adults who are here to discuss the Perl programming language.   Not to denigrate one another.   And, above all, not to do so with profanity and vulgarity.

No matter who you are, you’re not as smart as you think you are, and everyone is entitled to their professional opinion, about which you may professionally comment.

I am profoundly offended by these comments.   I am stunned to see them.   I don’t want to read such trash on my computer.   Ever.   Again.


In reply to Politeness (to one another) is a virtue by sundialsvc4

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