This was definitely a long-awaited post. Welcome home :) Hope things are going alright for you after all the legal mumbo jumbo they pulled on you. Are you planning on leaving your oxygen mask/tank combo behind in NYC? Your lungs might get a decent break ;} As well, I second the motion to drag your butt to the northern land known as Canada. Maybe you can move in next door and I can bum off the internet backbone lines you must surely have for your computer... no more calls from the cable company saying I use too much bandwidth :)
/me hopes that NodeReaper doesn't decide to come along and take back the 1965 XP. I assure you that at least most of that was well-earned! Welcome back, we're glad you've found your way back (and remembered your perlmonks password).
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