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There is never an exception for Holocaust jokes, was the point. It's one of the only places I'd say the line is indisputable. Which leads me to say the line is usually disputable. Which leads me to say that it's important to err on the side of expression, not on the side of repression.

You previously stated that you wouldn't reveal your issue because "Such discussions never go well (on PerlMonks)." This leads to one of the following, 1) you think most of us are irrational, 2) you know your point to be weak and open to critique.

I doubt you think your point is weak so you see how I could now potentially take offense. You've implied I'm irrational and maybe even a racist since I'd personally probably veto any self-censoring editorial.

Of course without citation this is all very academic and silly, just like taking offense for things that simply aren't true and certainly weren't intended.

Update: I just saw the s/Ahmed/Zed/ from a bit earlier. I wouldn't have kvetched about that though I do think it's silly. Secrecy is no one's friend. As it is impossible to legislate and regulate thoughts, so is it ridiculous and counter-productive to legislate and regulate their expression in words. You can't make people cease to be racist but you can make them resentful and secretive about it.

In reply to Re^3: where to edit man pages for perl? by Your Mother
in thread where to edit man pages for perl? by toro

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