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I have never asked you to leave. I have asked you to moderate your behavior. I have always been respectful of your abilities and your intelligence. I have said many times that you can be very sharp when you try.

I have never called you a name, nor have I ever insulted you. I have given you my opinion many times and I have REPEATEDLY asked you to moderate your behavior towards other monks, towards the customs on this site, and towards the features of this site.

I believe you to be capable and intelligent, but I also believe you to be abusive to the way this site is setup. You have posted all of 44 messages since you have been here, and a fair majority of them have a negative Rep. And yet you still have over 500 XP. I do not KNOW how that could happen, other than you logging everyday and voting. I don't believe that to be beneficial to this site or its worth as a perl resource.

All that aside, I don't believe you need to leave this site. I believe you need to calm down, think before you post, and try to contribute. If, after this, you still feel that you should leave, then I apologize for not making my personal wishes known well enough. I never wanted you to leave. I wanted you to behave.

J. J. Horner
Linux, Perl, Apache, Stronghold, Unix
jhorner@knoxlug.org http://www.knoxlug.org/

In reply to (jjhorner)Goodbye! by jjhorner
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