In the summer of 2006, I came down with a severe case of mononucleosis which went undiagnosed for several weeks and landed me in the hospital for three days. The folks at work got me a "Get Well Soon" picture frame in which each wrote something. Some of the more comical and appropriate messages were:
sickness > /dev/null
"I'm sure there has been a drop in PerlMonks traffic. Get back and fi
Since all of these coworkers, like myself, are not programmers by trade - it is interesting to see that in a troubled times they knew just what would make me feel better. What does all this have to do with "Don't go all PerlMonks on me"? I suppose it is a testament to how zealous and evangelical we can be without realizing it.
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