"The results presented clearly support the proposed model. Procedure and ... analysis ... technically correct and include some sophisticated details. Moreover, the ms. is well written and exceptionally well illustrated."
Result: outright rejection, with no possibility to 'reject the rejection' (my favorite activity). The other reviewer thought the idea was "timely and important," but not enough so, I guess :-(
Ugh! In that case, I'd rather have the brutal rejections like "your entire career is worthless; every piece of research you have touched is wrong; you're hurting the field; incoherent" and so on.
Indeed. I guess we will have to launch a blog entirely dedicated to this huge subgenre of passive-aggressive reviewing.
There must have been a "but" (presumably not a "butt", however) somewhere, no?
of course, The Vlad, there is *always* a but (and a butt)
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