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Using that reflexive pronoun is incorrect. The implied subject (as FumbleFingers's comment says) in the imperative clause Don't trust people is in the 2nd person you, so for an object pronoun you should prefer using the non-reflexive version me: Don’t trust people, even me, trust the code. You'd use the reflexive pronoun when referring to the subject: ...


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I'd agree with @RegDwigнt in that you should just write what you feel is the best way to say what you intend. That said, it's probably picking up on the fact that you say myself without referencing I. In theory, it wants you to write, "Don't trust people, even me, trust the code." As a sidenote: You have two separate clauses there: "don't trust people" and ...



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