... www.perlmonks.org is available to ANY other country that has internet access, and software to view this site ... It's what the whole freedom of speech thing in the US constituion is about
... some people aren't from the US ... does the constitution apply to them as well?
Beside the point, what's the big deal over XP? I know, I used to care about my XP when I first came to the Monastery, and was in awe of nodes of 50 XP or higher :-) but, it really doesn't
matter how high or how low you get your XP on various nodes... it's content,content,content ... (or at least it should be.)
Of course this is just my own free speech ;-) ...
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