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Your reply was not germane. You fed the apparently falsified victimhood. Alluding the monastery is a safe space is also a strategy prone to backfiring.

Anyone who claims to have been abused or victimized needs to provide clear, full citation. Accusations without evidence are just gossip. In my estimation, people who make claims like this without presenting the entire cloth are, in light of full context, the actual bad actor as often as not.


In reply to Re^2: response to "The Perl Community - a mixed bag of sometimes intollerance and sometimes fantastic help" by Your Mother
in thread response to "The Perl Community - a mixed bag of sometimes intollerance and sometimes fantastic help" by daxim

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