Heh. Fun! And a nice idea... :)
Update: gmax messaged me and pointed out that he had tried to copy/paste to three different platforms, all working, and also that he did write this on linux. It turns out that it is the d/l code link (which I used) adds Windows line breaks (did some testing). I hadn't realized that before, but it did indeed break the script.
I had to strip the windows lineendings from it though, otherwise it wouldn't run. I'm on a linux box, just ran dos2unix on it. Just in case someone else has trouble with it... (*Goes to add feature to download script*).
*Runs the program once again... and again* ;-)
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