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I know that a lot of people are annoyed by mt2k and his tone and his actions, and his general demeanor, but...

like I say, there are beginners in Perl, and I hope that we don't drive them away, there are beginners in life ( at 16, mt2k has another 60+ years to go )and while they can be annoying, they need guidance. And unlike Perl, where we can say RTFM, there is no real 'manual' for life. So I try to remain patient and positive with mt2k. Not to say that people have not been patient, but I have not known a teenager that does not test my patience on a regular basis. Hell, I'm amazed I was not strangled when I was a teenager.

I hope you don't leave. When you ask a Perl question, or talk about what you are learning, I am amazed, because at your age, I was spending my time tossing pizza dough in the air and marvelling at the jumbo size Mt Dews at Taco Bell.

Stick with it kid, it will be alright.

In reply to Buzzcutbuddha ( mt2k has a lot going for him) - RE: Zoinks! by buzzcutbuddha
in thread Goodbye! by mt2k

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