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When I first read What a very bad day at work taught me about building Stack Overflow’s community, I agreed to most of the statements and still do.

I thought you would improve our community for the best, but apparently not.

You didn't even apologize forto Monica and the rest of the community

Monica did an excellent job for the community as a moderator and there is no reason why Monica was fired for not following the standards under the unreleased CoC.

Release the new Code Of Conduct and apologize to us.

When I first read What a very bad day at work taught me about building Stack Overflow’s community, I agreed to most of the statements and still do.

I thought you would improve our community for the best, but apparently not.

You didn't even apologize for Monica and the rest of the community

Monica did an excellent job for the community as a moderator and there is no reason why Monica was fired for not following the standards under the unreleased CoC.

Release the new Code Of Conduct and apologize to us.

When I first read What a very bad day at work taught me about building Stack Overflow’s community, I agreed to most of the statements and still do.

I thought you would improve our community for the best, but apparently not.

You didn't even apologize to Monica and the rest of the community

Monica did an excellent job for the community as a moderator and there is no reason why Monica was fired for not following the standards under the unreleased CoC.

Release the new Code Of Conduct and apologize to us.

3 Active reading [<http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/excellent#Adjective>].
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When I first read What a very bad day at work taught me about building Stack Overflow’s communityWhat a very bad day at work taught me about building Stack Overflow’s community, I agreed to most of the statements and still do.

I thought you would improve our community for the best, but apparently not.

You didn't even apologize for Monica and the rest of the community

Monica did an excelentexcellent job for the community as a moderator and there is no reason why Monica was fired for not following the standards under the unreleased CoC.  

Release the new Code Of Conduct and apologize to us.

When I first read What a very bad day at work taught me about building Stack Overflow’s community, I agreed to most of the statements and still do.

I thought you would improve our community for the best but apparently not.

You didn't even apologize for Monica and the rest of the community

Monica did an excelent job for the community as a moderator and there is no reason why Monica was fired for not following the standards under the unreleased CoC.  

Release the new Code Of Conduct and apologize to us.

When I first read What a very bad day at work taught me about building Stack Overflow’s community, I agreed to most of the statements and still do.

I thought you would improve our community for the best, but apparently not.

You didn't even apologize for Monica and the rest of the community

Monica did an excellent job for the community as a moderator and there is no reason why Monica was fired for not following the standards under the unreleased CoC.

Release the new Code Of Conduct and apologize to us.

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When I first read What a very bad day at work taught me about building Stack Overflow'sOverflow’s community, I agreed to most of the statements and still do.

I thought you would improve our community for the best but apparently not.

You didn't even apologize for Monica and the rest of the community

Monica did an excelent job for the community as a moderator and there is no reason why Monica was fired for not following the standards under the unreleased CoC.

Release the new Code Of Conduct and apologize to us.

When I first read What a very bad at work taught me about building Stack Overflow's community, I agreed to most of the statements and still do.

I thought you would improve our community for the best but apparently not.

You didn't even apologize for Monica and the rest of the community

Monica did an excelent job for the community as a moderator and there is no reason why Monica was fired for not following the standards under the unreleased CoC.

Release the new Code Of Conduct and apologize to us.

When I first read What a very bad day at work taught me about building Stack Overflow’s community, I agreed to most of the statements and still do.

I thought you would improve our community for the best but apparently not.

You didn't even apologize for Monica and the rest of the community

Monica did an excelent job for the community as a moderator and there is no reason why Monica was fired for not following the standards under the unreleased CoC.

Release the new Code Of Conduct and apologize to us.

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