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You know one of the things actual abusers do? They suggest the object of their abuse is only successful with their help and would fail without it.

That "article" is insignificant trash sacrificed to the great Content Gods of Perpetual Publish and Denigrate Success written by a Millenni... member of Generation Victim; completely untethered by history, perspective, or objectivity. Anyone living in a first world country today who honestly thinks life is hard or abusive... is a fool and I wish I could give them all time machine tickets to relocate to any of the golden ages for which they pine and whine.

This is a site for Perl. I can point to a couple dozen monks who have helped me learn and improve my Perl, my practices, my math, my subjective opinions relating to these matters. No one here has ever done anything but start fights trying to steer the Good Ship Sociology by substituting "we" and "us" where "me" and "I" should be in sentences. COGTFO.

In reply to Re: A thought-provoking external article about abusive web-sites by Your Mother
in thread A thought-provoking external article about abusive web-sites by sundialsvc4

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