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Oh, I thought it was more "Is *clearly* inflammatory, abusive, and otherwise over the edge of professional disagreement" than "unarguably and undeniably trollish".

I would add though, that it doesn't have to be inflammatory AND over the edge of professional disagreement to be abusive and thus worth deleting. Abusive things should not be kept, regardless of their other merits.


In reply to Re^3: Seven good reasons for Perl by diotalevi
in thread Seven good reasons for Perl by Wassercrat

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