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You made a mistake, your noob!

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Note, the misspelling is intentional. Deductive reasoning, the insight into an angry geek's psyche, by Dr. Kackensprecher. Do you know what's worse than being abducted by aliens and anally probed? It's making a mistake in a forum post or a blog article dealing in software. Do you know why? Because the first is highly unlikely to happen, while the second is not only probable and common, it will haunt you forever, until the last proton has decayed and turned into a quark soup.

This article tells the tale of the unforgivable sin - the tiny technical glitch in a software review, which never escapes the vigilante radar of dissatisfied readers. Woe the user who makes the mistake of making a mistake. It's an almost recursive problem. And you'd better be ready for the barrage of hatred that will ensue, for you have justed erred.

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