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We're all perfectly anonymous here, right? I'm Jim. And that, by the way, is my real name—the name my mother calls me. But you don't know which of millions of Jims I am. I'm otherwise perfectly anonymous. If I say to you, "Your mother wears army boots!", you can't empty my bank account or sever a limb to punish me for insulting your mom, can you? (BTW, your mom's a doll, ELISHEVA. Just in case you can empty my bank account or sever a limb for insulting your dear mother!)

I have a confession to make. I'm practically every user on PerlMonks! PerlMonks is almost entirely one! Every post attributed to "Anonymous Monk" is mine! And all those other whacky usernames...mine! All mine!

I hope the fact that every response you get to anything you post on PerlMonks is coming from one amorphous respondent named "Anonymous Monk" that is actually is me, a mediocre Perl programmer, is not a problem for you. I try to be really right.

In reply to Re^2: Anonymous Monk by Jim
in thread Anonymous Monk? by Jim

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