|I unwittingly created an account, and only activated it a year later.
I have been envious of the rate at which some brethren, whom arrived after I became activated, have risen.
I have at times been an XP whore, most notably in striving to reach monkdom. I justified this by convincing myself it would go no further once I reached level 5. This has been mostly true though I have fallen off the wagon once or twice.
I have often submitted after several previews, and continue to submit afterwards. I console myself with the fact that I mark with UPDATE. This is not a race.
I have been dismayed at the vote distribution of my nodes, and doubted.
I have been guilty of excess virtue: impatience, laziness and hubris.
I have filled up the chatterbox.
I have been frugal with my votes, the more I have the less I seem to spend. (It may be relative, and the spending is a constant rate)
I have spoken too soon.
I have not always practiced as I preached. And other double standards.
I have taken some things personally.
perl -pe "s/\b;([mnst])/'\1/mg"
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