in reply to How many mySQL tables is too many? (While working with DBI)

There's nothing inherently wrong with having a lot of tables. If you run into problems with joins being too slow, you could look into various forms of caching, including caching in a de-normalized table. Don't do that until you actually hit performance problems though.
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