There are many things in the world that deserve harsher treatment than undiplomatic words. You'd gladly trade my words for the treatment you and the majority of monks deserve. There are huge problems with Perlmonks, aside from the security and usability problems, mainly with the monks themselves. That should be glaringly obvious, even to you.
My asking for people's reasoning to back up their insults no longer matters. I have nothing left to prove. You people are hopeless.
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