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The camel t-shirt is one of my favourites,

My wife spotted a very slight typo in the comments: it says "copywrite" not "copyright". I asked Erudil whether this was how it was spelt in Canada... (/me mumbles an apology for being a pedant). Aparently it's a typo that Erudil had spotted and corrected but not in time for the first batch; it's been corrected for later prints..

This is cool: my t-shirt, not only has some of the coolest perl code written; like a rare stamp it has a a mark to differentiate it and a history. I'm (?:chuffed)|(?:sad)|(?:an ubergeek) about my t-shirt and slightly awkward at implying Erudil can err* like the rest of us ;-)

So to summarise: excellent T-Shirt, check yours for it's exclusiveness.

*Due to late night work preparing the T-shirt for all us geeks :-)

Disclaimer: I accept no responsibility for anyone asking for a refund, or disappointment of folks too late to get a first press ;^)

--
Brother Frankus.

In reply to Limited edition Camel code T-Shirt. by frankus
in thread Too Modest To Brag by chromatic

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