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It is an unfortunate fact of PerlMonks that the site is widely regarded as being openly hostile.

Citation needed. You have no proof of this, like everything you say you use whatever desperate measures you can to make your spamvertisement posts seem less crap. Evidence of this widely regarded" fact? Nah.

...social and professional interaction that, I fear, today it is openly perceived to oppose.

You are the least professional person posting. You have no social skills. More junk junk junk from you.

It should not be one in which there is fear of crucifixion.

Melodramatic much? You keep posting shit and people call you on it. Either stop posting shit and listen to people and they won't have anything to call you out on.


In reply to Re: And here's why I think "downvotes" should be eliminated, or tabulated separately ... by Anonymous Monk
in thread And here's why I think "downvotes" should be eliminated, or tabulated separately ... by sundialsvc4

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