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Re: Iron Perl Monks, Part 1

by japhy (Canon)
on Jan 04, 2001 at 08:21 UTC ( #49700=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Iron Perl Monks, Part 1

When will these post-humous jabs at princepawn cease? Am I the only one that finds them a little much?

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by PurlGurl (Initiate) on Jan 04, 2001 at 11:24 UTC

    I don't think that Iron Perl Monks, Part 1 takes a jab at Princepawn. This post and others don't make fun of Princepawn, they just treat it as what he has become for Perlmonks: a myth, the Fallen Angel of course, purchased by the Saints, the Vilain, he is supposedly dead but the body was never found and he might come back any day.

    I would think Princepawn, if he still lurks around here, is probably pretty happy to see his name mentioned as aften as it is.

    Just Another Perl Myth

Re: Re: Iron Perl Monks, Part 1
by chromatic (Archbishop) on Jan 04, 2001 at 08:42 UTC
    I also find it in poor taste. Someday I hope to see princepawn return.

      Good thing I didn't carry on further. I would say it was somewhat of an unfair jab at princepawn, especially since he isn't here to defend himself. Though one of the reasons I picked him as one of the judges was because he did come up with opinions and views that were contrary to the popular belief. I wished he wasn't as quick to come down on other views if they didn't match his.

      I apologize for any offense I may of given and thanks for the feedback, both postive and negative.

      -Lemming back to the drawing board
        well, you could have taken stabs at mt2k... i guess that would have been more (or less?) PC.
        <!-- insert evil grin -->

        # Trust no1!

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