That was a SUPER story! Reality Warping Powers are just the BEGINNING though! Among the advantages to coding Perl:
- The ability to eat any vegetable without chewing.
- Being able to look up entries in the encyclopedia WITHOUT OPENING IT!
- Sex Rays...lots and lots of Sex Rays (kind of like pheromones, except with alot of built in functions).
- Time control. If you ever run into that problem of going too far back or something, you can use select(undef, undef, undef, $exactTime) instead of sleep($time).
Yup...that's what you can do.
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