I like too much your posts eyepopslikeamosquito and I always upvote them; this time I was tempted to downvote as I totally disagree with your point
of view :) Then I thought "he is a sympathetic good fellow" and I upvoted you as always: small acts can have big consequences in long time terms.
-- Re^8: Organizational Culture (Part I): Introduction -- sci-fata by Discipulus
Discipulus, your consistently fantastic positive attitude is why it's always a pleasure interacting with you here at Perl Monks.
You've made a huge positive impact on this place and I hope to see you strolling the corridors of the Monastery for another twenty years!
BTW, I see you beat me to the twenty year mark by just ten days.
Thanks for that, reminds me I need to think about a twenty year anniversary post too. :)
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