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Yes, I am cute, others agree

See january Re^3: How to determine if an array contains an undef value?, Re: Which WebApp framework should I use? ... last 150 nodes, there might be a few more adding up to 5 ... not just me-too-nodes, and then you're up to jul2014 where he says you're right to Your Mother... about 400 nodes ...

lots of his nodes promote ignore voting feelings, but lots of his nodes promote down vote feelings ... its a rare node that promotes upvote feeling ... I say "feeling" for lack of a better word because I don't vote

Its real easy to see some voting regular consider the distraction level of his responses for a particular OP, and erring on the side of caution and downvoting ... not every node is worth the effort to refute, so a quick downvote and off to read the next newest node

So yeah, when the regulars like me visit every day ... they're doing pretty well in the objectively category

Hello chacham, I remember Perl(Hello World) :)


In reply to Re^8: PM Leveling Guide. by Anonymous Monk
in thread PM Leveling Guide. by cheako

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