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Well, you could argue inflammatory, though honestly I'm dubious. Abusive, though? There's only one node in this thread I'd call abusive, and the root node ain't it. Stupid, very much so, but that (thank goodness) isn't grounds for reaping.

I'd stick with trollish, in the pre-slashdot sense, if I were arguing for its deletion, but honestly I don't see a point to deleting it. What harm does it do? Other than make people with better things to do waste time arguing over its deletability, of course... ;-)



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In reply to Re^4: Seven good reasons for Perl by ChemBoy
in thread Seven good reasons for Perl by Wassercrat

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