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Re^2: Learning/Using Perl on Linux

by Mr. Lee (Scribe)
on Mar 04, 2005 at 20:55 UTC ( #436751=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Learning/Using Perl on Linux
in thread Learning/Using Perl on Linux

But then again, what sense would it make at all?
Threre is no spam link.
If someone wants to harvest email addresses, would messages like these help? Maybe in other kinds of chat or forum maybe, to make other unitelligible kids give their addresses. That would be the people who give out their addresses anyways, without anybody to tell them so.
I don't think it's spam. Maybe someone really has a problem or was drunken at the computer.

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Re^3: Learning/Using Perl on Linux
by Paulster2 (Priest) on Mar 06, 2005 at 12:36 UTC

    You're probably right. I don't know. It was just my gut check when I read the thing to begin with. Your second suggestion might also be correct (The Drunken Master with Jackie Chan comes to mind...Drunken Master...Drunken Monk...I'm sure it wouldn't be the first time!). Either way, I hope that the monk who submitted has gotten some tips out of the responses, as I have;-)


    You're so sly, but so am I. - Quote from the movie Manhunter.

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