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RE: The Code of the Warrior

by Anonymous Monk
on Apr 21, 2000 at 02:30 UTC ( #8294=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to The Code of the Warrior

You have no point, so...

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RE: RE: The Code of the Warrior
by spectre (Scribe) on Apr 23, 2000 at 00:47 UTC
    You have no point, so...

    The point of the piece is obvious - Without my making myself work hard, I have nothing. I wasnt given knowledge, it was earned. I wasn't given strength. I worked hard for it.

    That the point escapes you is no surprise.

      I was just kidding! : ) I have no sense of humor, so... all in good fun. Actually, I respect your message a lot. We must work hard if we are to earn the reward. I am acutely aware of this as I am brand new to Perl and since doing my first couple of scripts, I find that I am indeed going to have to continue to push myself to learn this wonderful and complex language! It is hard work, but I know it will be worth it. Thanks for your encouragement. I am an advocate of the difficult path (as it is necessary to earn the greatest reward!). BTW: Chris DiBona: I think I understand why you despise Python and thanks for the Linux book!!!
      I wasnt given knowledge, it was earned. I wasn't given strength. I worked hard for it.

      But according to the poem, you have no knowledge and you have no strength! All that work for nothing.
RE: RE: The Code of the Warrior
by Anonymous Monk on Apr 21, 2000 at 02:48 UTC
    ...you make yourself have a point!

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