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Think of it as vroom's way of helping you improve your typing, or to cause you to innovate a little software to make sure it doesn't happen.

Seriously, I'd rather not see it change. I have a... history... of some rather classic /msh's in the older days, and was an initial proponent of having it fixed. I've changed my mind. This node, (jcwren) RE: Bigger Chatterboxes?, still pretty well describes how I feel.

I think it adds a little spice around here, and keeps people on their toes. I'm of the opinion that part of what helps this site keep it's charm is it's little imperfections. How many other sites can you /msh at, press the stumbit button, or know that sexisgood?

--Chris

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In reply to (jcwren) RE: /msh brainpan the whole world is reading this! by jcwren
in thread /msh brainpan the whole world is reading this! by brainpan

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