Heh. So, I'm reading the local paper's weekly entertainment section to see what Star Wars goodies they have, and I notice a guide on how to talk like Yoda. Further down, I hit upon: "a computer code writer with the handle "grep" invented a translator at www.perlmonks.com (search "Yoda Speak Translator") that turns normal sentences into Yoda-speak. Strong with the dork Force is this one.
Just thought it was interesting to have PM pop up in the paper. Grats on cool code!
If you want to read the article: Gazette.comGuildensternNegaterd character class uber alles!
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