I've currently tested it with loading some pages and found that a typical page load requires between 200 and 800 SQL statements at PerlMonks and 1 CPU second of web server time. The thread-that-must-not-be-named takes about 1500 SQL statements (a few more if not done anonymously) and 8 CPU seconds.
On casual reflection, that seems grossly inefficient to me (not to take away from the original author(s) of this marvelous resource).
Of course you plan to look at consolidating the queries.
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