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I have to agree to merlyn fully. This is one of the situations where I don't like the american way of "feel free of anything to do you want", when the following "unless you could hurt someone's personality, body, equity, rights, mind ..." was omitted
Sorry for saying it that rude but I've grown up in the GDR which was a totalitarian system.
If you tell something to someone in good mind you don't want him to go down the street alike "hey folks look and read what this person said".
Quite easy way to use cites to destroy your reputation :-(
So I don't see any reason to discuss the freedom of mind and the freedom to trust anyhow. Would you like someone who was listening in a pub what you saifd to your friend to give that to the news???
Well if, so better point out that you are a narciss.

Have a nice day
All decision is left to your taste

In reply to RE: Java vs. Perl from the CB (no CB log included) by little
in thread Java vs. Perl from the CB (no CB log included) by jptxs

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