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by thabenksta (Pilgrim)
on Mar 17, 2001 at 03:57 UTC ( #65072=user: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

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thabenksta

I am thabenksta. I am a programmer for Bensoft, INC. in Kansas City, MO. I love my job. I also like coffee, and subway. I love my fiance too. That's enough about me...

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-thabenksta

my $name = 'Ben Kittrell'; $name=~s/^(.+)\s(.).+$/\L$1$2/; my $nick = 'tha' . $name . 'sta';

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