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You seem convinced that BrowserUk is your "sworn enemy", even going so far as to accuse him of using sock-puppet accounts to downvote your nodes. I believe you are wrong on both counts.

To be sure, BrowserUk calls you out severely when he believes you are wrong. Yet if you examine his posting history, you will notice that you have not been singled out in that regard. And I strongly doubt that he -- or any other highly ranked monk -- would stoop to using sock puppets, a serious crime in the virtual state that is Perl Monks.

For the record, here is a selection of BrowserUk's harsher quotes in response to your posts:

And here is a selection of your gentler quotes in response to BrowserUk's posts:

While admiring your Wile-E-Coyote-like bouncing back after being flattened, I find your sycophantic dishing out of praise to BrowserUk a bit creepy, especially the superfluous "Upvoted" and "Fav'd" comments.

Update: I noticed some recent nodes written with the same distinctive sundialsvc4-style typography, stylistic devices and flowery analogies   (Just askin’) (“Schweet!”)   (“Priceless™ ...”) and yet were posted anonymously:

Updated since the original node was written with more recent examples from the long-running and fascinating BrowserUk-sundialsvc4 "relationship". :)


In reply to Re: Proposal: eliminate down-votes by eyepopslikeamosquito
in thread Proposal: eliminate down-votes by sundialsvc4

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