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Actually, I think between the polls and Shadow Conspiracies, Experience and General PM mayhem, vroom has pretty much said it all. Without intending to put words in his mouth, I think he's sick of the bickering, backstabbing, flamebaiting, and nailchewing going on around here.

I think we should *all* take a clue, and let this matter drop. I know that I intend to. Should I find myself in a situation where a user needs "guidance", it's going to be done with /msg's and e-mail.

Call me a total geek, or someone without a life, I don't give a damn. I like this place, and I don't want to see it torn apart by politics. I'm not faultless in this matter. I had my rounds fired in The Great Merlyn Escapade. But I'm going to try like to hell to put that type of thing behind me, and keep PM being the kind of place I like. (A place to talk Perl, solve problems, and meet chicks...)


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