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If they are then they need to be acting like it and to be speaking up about the jerks and saying, "that stuff is unacceptable". When people are being jerks in a public forum, the only way to fight that - and to ensure that the forum is not taken to be supportive of the jerks - is to say, "that is wrong, that is unacceptable, it offends me, and you should find somewhere else to go if you want to say crap like that; we don't accept that here."

*sigh* this isn't very reasonable, its a classical fallacy, silence doesn't mean acceptance/consent/endorsement

I've resisted several times the urge to shout obscenities at the various rude participant in this thread, but it would be rather pointless, all the poop flingers are immune to both reason and insults

Don't feed the trolls only works when it's clear otherwise - through positive affirmation by a majority - that the trolls are indeed trolls. It's not clear at Perlmonks. For instance the poll is still up and unchanged.

more fallacy

something said/implied doesn't agree with my philosophy, so I will shout and be rude so they'll be like me , now be like me! If you're not with me you're against me and you can all go to hell!

Oh great, now I'm exibiting microagression, I'm so unreasonable

In reply to Re^5: How many man-hours would you estimate you have invested in learning Perl? by Anonymous Monk
in thread How many man-hours would you estimate you have invested in learning Perl? by punch_card_don

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    [usemodperl]: someone has yet to make that future famous free http to https proxy written in perl and supported by ads, paypal, patreon, etc to make millions of dollars a minute!
    [Veltro]: Why would this be fresh, I recon this is stuff that happens all the time (not Perl per se)
    [Corion]: usemodperl: I'm sure you could even code that on the command line.
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