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in thread Why is it?

And thus like any religion, the standards become dogmatic, the adherants become zealots and bright ideas get extinguished for the authors audacity in thinking outside of the prescribed and orthodox box.
This is one of the most elegant and coherent sentences I have seen in any of your posts. If you put as much time and thought into each sentence you posted as you did in that sentence I think that people would have an easier time understanding your paradigm.

I have no choice but to write lengthy descriptions which completely and consistantly fail to get the point accross and earn me nothing but dozens of monks getting all clicky with their vote down button.
Maybe the lengthy (and hard to read) description is why people are not getting the point.

This post is not meant disparagingly, I just wanted to point out that the method of conveying ideas (communication) is often more important than the idea itself. Try to look at a post before clicking "create". Try to think of ways to consolodate information. Read the post as if you didn't know what you are talking about. We don't. That's why you are writing the post.

Lastly, don't get discouraged. I have found that many monks here can be quite caustic but many more are truly trying to give back to the community that gave them so much.

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Re^4: Why is it?
by Anonymous Monk on Jul 12, 2011 at 13:23 UTC

    I have found that many monks here can be quite caustic

    Does that make you Lutefisk?