I downvoted this for several reasons, many of which would suffice on their own.
- It contains an ad hominem attack unrelated to the issue at hand.
- It has nothing to do with Perl or the Monastery.
- It is a personal disagreement aired in public for no apparent benefit.
- It does not belong as a top-level post.
Besides that, I object to your selective misquoting of my earlier post, in an apparent attempt to legitimize your post. I do not care if you and merlyn
have a personal disagreement, as long as you both handle yourselves with decorum in public. This counts as a public situation.
In the future, please leave me out of these posts, if you really must make them.
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