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Um, yeah

Part of what I posted above I started composing originally as a direct response to your post, but seemed kinda meh, so I tabled it

Then another part started as a response to wjw, but also meh, tabled that

Then another political joke response came and then LanX came with "twitter rules" and I started composing it there

Since your reply was sorted to be the top response, I figured for some reason I need to stick my junk up there ... the whole reply while posted as a response to your node wasn't directed only at you

The more i kept referring back to the whole thread, the more stuff got inserted and moved about

At most I dreamed to express some apathy directly at you

No real "hate" on my part except a tad irked by the rolfishness ... unescapable political sanctuary invasion

I should have used put-up-or-shut-up ... actually just-show-me-already/prove-it/time for words is over time for action is now

But I got tired of editing my response gathering my thoughts and postponing , much less running them through a face the humans filter

sorry


In reply to Re^4: Let's Make PerlMonks Great Again! -- suggestions and dreams - show action by Anonymous Monk
in thread Let's Make PerlMonks Great Again! by LanX

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