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It inspired me to think that a person with sierrathedog04's level of Perl knowledge was actually a dog, because to be honest one meets very few superb programmers, and my regrettable experience has been that with all due respect the superb programmers I have met have been almost all human. sierrathedog04 was an inspiration because if one can have a top-flight canine programmer then one can also have a top-flight 29-year-old human programmer.

And his home node doesn't help matters, either. The graphic clearly shows a dog, but I guess he must be the human in the picture. You would think that he would say, "I'm the human" on his page, or somesuch. Perhaps he wants to remain anonymous, and keeping his species a matter of discussion is part of staying private.

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Seriously, folks, do you really think this sort of discussion is appropriate or necessary?


In reply to Omigawd! Reality is surprising! by myocom
in thread Omigawd! Surprised by Reality! by sierrathedog04

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