I can honestly say I haven't met a PerlMonk that I didn't like. Of course, the only PerlMonk I've met was myself, so I may be a little biased.
That's to jcwren's amazing monk maps I've found there are a few in my neck of the woods (Northern Jersey), even exchanged words with jptxs on location since we seem to be within 10 minutes of each other, but never actually met any others in the flesh.
Not that I wouldn't mind to - it'd be fun. Maybe this is a good time to try to organize a monk gathering in North NJ. Anyone interested/have a good place to do it?
...you might be eaten by a grue...
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