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Saint Larry forgive me for I'm a sinner :

  • I've done almost EVERYTHING to climb up the XP ladder faster. (and I've tryed to rationalize this behaviour)
  • I felt (almost) no guilt for being ranked higher than other more worthy monks (BooK, OeufMayo, Petruchio, boo_radley, epoptai, damian1301...Oh my god there are too many too mention them all !!!) ad I've tryed to rationalize this behaviour too
  • I UPVOTED people's by PERSONALITY.
  • I Sometimes think I'm quite good at Perl.
  • I sometimes want to be Merlyn (just for the salary the knowledge and the fame (Not for the law problems))
  • I sometimes forget the 'kind tone' I always advocate.
  • I often say 'just five minutes' to my wife HOURS before eventually joining her.
  • I don't contribute as much as I receive.

"Only Bad Coders Badly Code In Perl" (OBC2IP)

In reply to Re: Confessional by arhuman
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