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Isn't this a similar (if not the same) node that was front paged yesterday? If it is the same message, it's good that it is no longer front paged, but if it isn't, it looks like it could be an auto node creation kind of thing. I specifically refer to the i want i need your yahoo email id portion. I agree that this node doesn't make much sense. Then again, I don't make much sense sometimes. This suspiciously looks like someone is trying to mask it, much like spam emails are (can you spell V1-agra?). I understand that not all monks out there speak english, and I am glad that not all of us do (diversity), but this looks much beyond broken or poor english. I could be wrong, it wouldn't be the first time.

Just a thought.

Paulster2


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In reply to Re: Learning/Using Perl on Linux by Paulster2
in thread Learning/Using Perl on Linux by Anonymous Monk

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