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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I find it fascinating that someone would put their learning process on the net, so of course, I'm reading each new installment with keen interest, and commenting where appropriate.

    I'm curious why someone would not wish to put their learning process on the net? If you're like Khalil Gibrain one realizes that "perplexity is the beginning of wisdom". Okay, maybe that's a little hokey. In that case I would ask, why would you invovle your personal ego in the ramblings of a complete stranger? Why would you care? You put it out there, see what the more experienced folk have to say, and do what you should do with EVERYTHING you read on the net: take it with a grain of salt. relax. it's not you they're criticizing! It's what you said. And nearly anyone can be st00pid. Even extremely bright people, from time to time. You don't, for instance, know whether I made a certain post under the glow of a psychotropic bliss one gets by ordering a pizza with....extra toppings. Or just missed a nights sleep and felt extremely grumpy. (Like now with me, FI).

    Or maybe that's just the age we live in: where people actually identify strongly with their 'net personna.

    I say...who cares? Just put your learning curve out there! Let your freak flag fly, baby! And take the good advice along with the bad.