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This isn't true.....there are several people on the cert list who don't
necessarily tow the Certs-Are-Cool party line. They have their own
thoughts and make their arguments about why they think certs aren't cool.
The point is, they make their arguments without beating everyone else over
the head. They disagree without making ad hominem attacks. They disagree
without spouting off just to get a reaction from others whose mission in
life seems to be rising to the bait simply because they can.
Overall, it's much more civilized and, I would argue, more
productive/valuable than similar "discussions" on this list.
Andrew Plato <gilliankitty -at- yahoo -dot- com>
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05/27/2003 09:54 AM
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