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mt2k, if you can pull this off, I'll be the first to stand up and admit I was wrong about you. Everyone deserves a second (or in this case, 30th or 31st), and you have yours now.

Until then, I'll chalk this up to all smoke, and no fire.

I'm surprised you actually got 8 votes out of this.

To gain my respect, you would have to get your average Rep per post up. You have a very low average, and that, to me, means you skate by on voting and showing up.

You would also have to show a little more courtesy to your fellow monks in the chatterbox, and you would have to try to keep your questions on the SoPW page.

I wish you luck, and I hope you pull it off. You seem like a sharp fellow, and I think you can really add your part to the quality of this site, when you decide to try.

J. J. Horner
Linux, Perl, Apache, Stronghold, Unix

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