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Although I seriously doubt that PM is about to be a has-been (although some snark that it has been for some time), I do think that it has become an abusive place

You do think that; I don't. Abuser and abused are bound; break that bond.

Your post is another one in a series of yours, in which you complain that you are constantly downvoted (by a cabal, or by bots) and covered with harassment, that the voting system is diametric to good social behaviour and downvotes should be abolished and what more. I see a central theme here, but that's me. Might be otherwise.

Now you posted a link to an article to substantiate the claims you raised in that supposed series, someone else is saying something similar about another social media, and you link that to PerlMonks.

Dismiss those thoughts - not with a smirk, but with a smile. Why should bots or a cabal or someone else be able to hurt your righteousness?

perl -le'print map{pack c,($-++?1:13)+ord}split//,ESEL'

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

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