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Re: Q.E.D.-Perl Monks are not canonically virtuous

by damian1301 (Curate)
on May 12, 2001 at 23:59 UTC ( #79967=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Q.E.D.-Perl Monks are not canonically virtuous

But I'm probably not one of them. As an esteemed programmer-god, I proclaim proudly that I possess heaping amounts of the virtue of laziness, so it looks like way too much work to gain Perl Monk sainthood. Therefore, unless you can grant me sainthood right this minute, y'all will never hear from me again.
Ok, so, let us break this down.

...and lead an individual programmer to seek the glory of sainthood. But I'm probably not one of them.
To earn the glory of sainthood? All that this site does it provide a fun and educational way to learning Perl, and you *do* learn a lot of Perl here.
As an esteemed programmer-god, I proclaim proudly that I possess heaping amounts of the virtue of laziness, so it looks like way too much work to gain Perl Monk sainthood.
Hell, I used to think I was a good, confident, or well-esteemed programmer...until I started hanging out here and saw what the other guys around here could do. I think I've flew right on through the XP system because as I post and (most of all ) learn, I get XP for accurate posts and helping out other people, which is truly a great thing.
Therefore, unless you can grant me sainthood right this minute, y'all will never hear from me again.
Ok, let me get this straight. You think that if you can't be honored as a saint with *no* effort or anything but a post to the place, then you will leave?! Personally, I think that is just pathetic. At that note, I am off...

Tiptoeing up to a Perl hacker.
Dave AKA damian


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