I don't think it is right to be critical of someone's post
simply due to spelling errors, typos, or poor hyperlinks.
True. But also, misspelling the same name for six years,
and linking offsite for six years even though he's been
told countless times, it means real lack of respect for the
community or for the people living in it.
Besides, metaperl (a.k.a. princepawn) faults are far
beyond spelling. He's being abusing people for years. And
while that could be excusable if you are a true wizard
(à la meryln), it's really insufferable behaviour
from somebody whose sole distinguished feature
is sloppiness and cargo cult coding.
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