To be a saint on this board with minds sooo much larger than my own is cause for humbleness. The only nodes that I feel have added any value are the ones that discuss Perl integration into larger enterprises and workplace issues. When it comes to code I still (after more than 4 years) marvel at the elegance and knowlege expressed. While there may be no more 'levels' to attain, the desire to perfect my craft to the unlabled next level persists and for this I am greatful, for without this site I really wouldn't know elegance from functionality.
Even with your response, Aristotle I still feel that thrill of having been seen/read by someone I highly respect. I still love this site and can't miss a day. (Even though Python and Java are getting my professional attention of late.)
What can I say I'm a geek and you guys are my rock stars -- I'm unworthy I'm unworthy! *cackle*
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