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Thanks, that is confirmed as a new record. I see six howlers posted on Mon Mar 26 2018:

which makes Tue Mar 27 2018 the only confirmed date where all four categories (Day, Week, Month, Year) of worst nodes were held by the same perl monk. Further complicating this Guinness Book of Perl Monks Records, accidental anonymous posts occasionally self-sabotage record-setting attempts.

Update: here are some of the recent suspicious "anonymous" posts:

Surprise new tactic: post anonymously, then defend anonymous posts as sundial.

See also Re^3: [SOLVED]: Trying to understand method calling in OOP.

Update: He's done it again, all worst nodes of the day, week, month, year on May 22 2018. Given there are currently no shocker blocker posts by others, he might continue to dominate all categories ad nauseam.

Update: After sensationally resigning from Perl monks (My last post on PerlMonks ...) on July 24 2018, it was suggested he may have returned as TheloniusMonk?

In reply to Re^6: -175 := +127 Thank you all! (Worst Nodes) by eyepopslikeamosquito
in thread -175 := +127 Thank you all! (Updated!Now -152 := +144) by BrowserUk

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