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Gah, I left out the smilies and just kiddings for ya. I didn't mean to be mean to you, but if you dig around the site a bit you'll find that use strict is the number one pet peeve on here. People who come ask for help and haven't asked perl itself to help em first get short shrift here.

Your post, in context, isn't that bad but it sure tripped my sarcasm handler (SIGJERK for the unix types). It just set me off.

OTOH, what you are working on sounds really cool. I've pondered such a thing myself. I can also understand whopping use strict so you can play fast and loose, but I gotta frown on you making it a habit. =)

Please don't apologize to me tho, I owe you one. Also Java blows goats has nice ring to it... I laughed out loud...

Remember, without coredumps, they would have called it segblame... I dumped core without sufficient reason, so if you insulted, it's my segfault.

P.S. sorry for the puns, been a weird week...

P.P.S. btw, I actually voted you up on the second post... I never voted on the first...

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In reply to RE: RE: RE: RE: My crime of choice (i'm sorry, apparently that didn't come out right) by extremely
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